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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Spalding Baseball Goods ^1ITTS, CLOVES, " MASKS, BALLS BATS, ETC. J. J.JOHNSTON I A GOLDEN   OPPORTUNITY : i For those who rcqniro ad- � vice reganling the treat- J ment of Ihoir Imir and  scalp. A rcpnisentativo of � The Seven SwIherUnd * Sitters is now horo. Call * i and havo a froc (.'onstiltation  with hor 2 A LOCAL BUDGET. WflUli Kcan'.s nd. If you fail lo r.'O'fl I ho \ou inii.v iiii.'^s a Imryniii. Ii'i-nl.i iwls. Tlu' Kiii'voy of- (lie site is eoiDplcti'd, Wariior town- Mi.-,h Itobson, Winiiiivg, };ilosl of jMiss IJclc'luu'. Aow arrivals-now Spring Hals and I'lips al-Tlio 2 Macs. Ihf.' Oclrtfnllow'.s haW js Hip event inr lotiiorrow nig'lvi . Thi/s. Bnriiclt was dfiuri fmin llcl-levuc I'lvis wo.-'k. Call up Woslein Wari�'tii� & Trnnsfc'r Co., I.kI., fm- l>'i.> A. C. Kcmuiis ari'l wife, I'iiichor Cri'ijk, n 2 Muis. Mrs. I'onybcnre ha.s pre8cm1,ctic president of I'ho Ha,\niioml iionrd of TraKle, �a.s in town on Monday. Herb Ott has ret urmnl from the arlianii'ivtnry diH'ies at Iv.imonlon. .\. M. Ilepplor and .1. K. .Vllen, Ra.\niond, wore In town .Monday evening on their way to Ta'hor on a husiness trip. For Sali;-Two s'loroy house, uu;l h/ts, on WL'stiuins-tcr itoad. Fronl-111,'u r.O feet, depth 378 feet. r'ric�, sl.ilOO.-C. U. Ilowninn. Do you watU to have a real good laui^ih'.' V.*s! All right, go ami hear .limmy Fax ai Olivers Hall on Sat-\ip'Ia.v night. Col. Snmlers. comniandi'ng the U. X. W. M. r. al. Calgary, has been niovc'cl. He will l.e siicce.'dod by .Siipt Con.s-tantinc. David Flton, of the Card.�?lon .Star, find Mrs. li^Hon, were in town on Monday on their way lo Kfd Dwr aiid Edmonton. R. n. Hall, of U. A. Wright's es-1 alllisrhmeivt, was siiinmoneid to lUHlv Inst .Saturday, owing to the .serious JIImcss of his father. Dr. JTnll. Mrs. Morden returned lo I'inther Creek List week, but camo back rs Koon as fihf learn'orl of the death of Mrs. McLean. The oratorio, "Tlve Crucifixion," . wah rcpeatedience on Friday ntuhi last. Henumbr.r that tiio Western Warehouse A Transfer Co. give you as inuoh ice as you roen't Sun'da.\' in town. C. F. V. Conylx.'arc e.xiwcts to I The Crawford's Ikiy leave for Kdiuoiiton to look after Mary's railroad, whichvrecently sc-the citv charLur H>nig';vt. cured a gharlcr to run from; Fort Stotle, B. C, to I.clhbri'dg�, is The tpwii council on Monday Jiight: lotiked upon by many hero as a .1. u)>poinl'�l i'eler .Jones, of No. to ,1. Ililj rou'd. If so, it removes all the new posilion on the police force. . .doubt as lo vUiether ihe new trnns- Suits lo sui't all last.-s. Suitable j ^"^.1""^"''�' "'� for all occasions. We arc suiiors for trade. The 2 Macs. The wedding takes place al Ouolph today of Mis.s Laura Higinbothoin ah'd Mr. Mackay, of Montreal. W. 1) Froy and I'rcss Ilouk put on wings and flew into the Eagles nerie on Tuesday nigJi't. They sa.V Billy Frey b1un'lert the blrd.s with his Dtitch clog (laiices. The Herald .lob I>epttrtmc'nt is busy. That is a .-fiftii wu are ort th�t a looni train will be run between h�ro and Maclcod, making connect 1 cms there with the local -trains for Calffury. On the Crow's Nest, through dining cars will lie put on instoad of the firsi-clnss cafe car. C. \'. licnnott has received in.struc-tlon.-s to t-ako evident from local witncsseH in an aetion that is bei^ig brought by Oco. ||oor*j against the Chicago Iron and Bridge Works. Moore, it will l.e ren>. rnt)crffi here, when it was under const run ion in 1001. A fellow eiu- be A roller skating' ina.stpierude carnival was held al Oliver's Hall Monday evening. 'Hiere was quite a large at I.ndaiii^e, and some of the costume-; weiT exireniely c,r(.lilal)le. W. n. Hay.son, of Colemuii. and plavee �.is kill, ,1. The will Wm. Clrii'itli, of IVrnic, sp.-'nL Sun-Ju.V in town. Mr. Hayson sang solo | .sck-clions at. lIU. .m.rvices of Wpartmcni in I'heir new store, which will be i readiness by September '1st. Thf compan.v have also arranged to im port their 'dress goods and trim mings direet from the Old Country him succe.'^.......................... - i ,. . - OciaJ the l';agles. in which Order . This will hs welcome news to the he will lie greatTv missed. � lii'dies of U-Jthhri'dge and vicinity . and especially since the company T. F. Aspdon, of the Caivadian | g,ardntee that the departmenl will be rigfht up to dale, and will be in Bank of Com'merce. l.imdon, Eng., speivl Siinda.v in town. He is mak- chargv. of a di'ess maker of advanced iv'of the death of W. H. Wriglil, h^'i'^'" >'� daughter, Cathoi'im-. was i v,y ther of Mrs. Hick, in Bollevillo. united in marriage to .lohn Kinni-1 of rs. H'ick was at her father's bed- burg, of this town, l!ev, .1. E. ! Fred liick receive.d word on dav of the death fat Mr !?lcle when lie pas.scd away. Peter North, tha �heep rancher, was in town last Saturday. He hir-ter niu�ic was heaiHl at S't. Augustln't Church., on Sunday morning. In iha anthem, "I Am Ho That 1/iveth," Mr Kilner look a solo aeceptnbly. A. Easton has purchased the Clever land property on Smith street. He also bou'sht the brick house in which ho resides at. the foot of Round sir. recently was laid up with h'..inmoragolia, >vho located hero Uisi week, has pur- v.ieek. Each man receives five pounds meat weekly, and if a married man an additional five pounds and two and a half pouwis for each chil'd. In addU'lon to this,, other nc' cessiti'.:-8 are distributoJ. Mr. Sher man reports everything quiol awl peaceful, and is confident of the vie lory of t'he strikers. The Frank PaiK'r remarks; .\c j cording to the Ivf.a'hbridge Herald of April 5, the coal miners of that place, who are on strike, have re sorted to the use of violence and the wanton destruction of property This conduct on the part of the strikers is to ibd, which t'hey will no -doubt The Britiiyh fTivg and ofhcials will fully protect all uitdor its jurisdiction, whether operator or employee, and jno 5(T!0jq' o> 8)dtu.>)in adinr-* um{.m, laws they will be made to suiter the eonscfiiKjnces of their acts, no matter bIio they are. Architect .latnos A. Macdoiiald, of Loth'bridgo. arrived in town on Thursday with the plans and specifications for the Lethbridgc Browing and Malting Co.'s building. This building, which is to be of stone and will i>e ereotod on the corner of Victoria s'lroet a'nd Seventh avenue. It i will have large plate glass windows, I and when completed will be one of tho finest i:locks in the Pass, and the first one lo l.'3 l>iiilt of stone. I Bid.'! for its construction are to be business in labor. His ad. �il�l�ft'-s j rhasvd the fixtures of the Coaldale __________....... in another column. Mr. B..verly has : that busi-;,,, ;, ^.v tonight, and the contract great faiLh in the future ol 1 aboi. ,,,,5^ -commencing May Isl. Mr. In-',,.,,, i^. io, ihc tirst of the week.- .1. A. Roid has resigmed from the, gram is delighted with Lcl'lvbridgo,  Qi,i,.,j,rc 'JMmos. U. N. W. m. P. and joinee glad to learn that ho is ble j to lie out a'g'uin aft.-r t'he rocent serious operation which was performed upon him :it the Gall Hot..pit,al. Hojin fhe,\ ,er^inn Church, ^^^'>em-i j,;;' V,,"^ I, ^ f,.^,,!, ^ program-r.ays he never fell bettor. ,ton. i ,,nul,ers, Mr. Morris W. H. Cavviiah, a former Ix>th- R. H. Owen, tr.-^asuivr of the O. ' gave u couple 01 sk.'tc^ies, one being bridge boy. is gelling along well iniW. Kerr Co., who an; .s-olling the | inii'.alion.s oi siriii'gr.l instruments, the east, ile has boon promoted tojiamis at Warner, has been in town j biinjo, manlnlin. /itlur and the oth-iho position of traveller for the An�-1 all week, anil reports having sold erican (."eroal Co., of Pcterboro, His , five sections .since Sunday. .'V special territory is Eastern Ontorio. 'car, with land se of the celebraletl Alberta, and expects to ivturn with \finar;l li'ninient, w.ts in town for ilnv this week. .\ recent visitor to the Little Dow loporLs that the trail is practically obliteratt^d by fences, and that it is ^lifTicult lo get out of sight of settler's homes. Piles of lumlier an.l household effects are seen every- crs, pla.ving two compositions atone time, an.l pla.sing with covered key-bo.'ird. R. .1. lluttiiniiis. in an interview with tJie Calgary Herald, statoil thnt the Ali. ;^,,7j^i,,f,,.s larniing district from th'O' Macleod will run north ot the Crow s ' lnnsi line, and the Belly Rivor. pierc- __i � inc' the-largest fall wheal belt rn Al- -------;-------------------------------------' ' W. A. Aubin, nranagvr of the R�-! f,..rta ft'e pohrtion of the road ance Coal Mine, Tabor, was in | , Another Lot of Oaifltefl - Hots Ijance Coal Mine, Tabor, was '� I froni'SInclooJ woth services in Wesley t:hui'ch O'n Sun-�day,. and con-duct sjiccial e.icerci.scs at the rngular session of tho SaWbat'li I school at Jt p. ni. Mr. Morritt is on ijiis way to attorni the provincial S. ! .S. convention at Red I>i>er on tho i2;!i'd and 2.'jt'h. He .is an effective isjieaker, and will bo givatly enjoyed ; by llio-'jo who hoar hini. ,ceivod, 17,712: letters written, M,-i' - - \7ir>: bonioslend entries granted, 1 -! � KO"-* ;068; applications lor patent, i!.--,*}. i would have boon a surfeit of,sf>nti-'grazing, OiHi mining fees aS mental and emotional music had it ! noit liean for tho inimitablo ansi ever youthful Jimmy Fax, whom the managers of the programme, wi'th almost the apprehc-nwion of �(xperlenc-1 id dratn4\tists. Introduced at inter-  vals. �I'iminic Fax makes a laitgh wherexer he apiiears, as he did fro-rjuently last night. In all his songs he WHS twice recalled, nnd when a sonj.r would have taken up too muoh time -ho tokl a stor.v." If .voii want ,fo have a good timo, don't fail to ihenr Pax and his company e-o Saturday niglit.. 'anted-At once, a good g.,-neral i^orvhnt. Apply to .Mr.s. .1, D. Mi.g. iuliothniii. W. C. Siiiunoais, M. L. A., loft last night lor I'vdmonton 1,0 take his seal A.f� in the Legislature. One of his lir.'jt Inf. acts uill l.e to iirtroduce u mensure ; .s.ekiii'g- a chai-lerfor fho 'labor hos-, **" pitiil. H',; informed the HeraI'd that ii was proibleniiieical whether tho l.c-tli'ljiidge city charter would Le put ihioug'h this .sf.sHion, as the time' wa."- too short. S|�.�aking of the| caniimign, ho expivssed complete snt-isfnction wil'h the result.. He re- ; gretlcd being unable 10 hold a me.l-ing in the Ll'tLlw Bow country, liui ; that was inipossilil,.., owing lo ih... brief campaign. If you warft u nobby pair of shci.s for .spring, call on The 2 .Macs The Little .Si.siers, oi Si. Aiigus-lin's church, iu-Ul a bazaar es ll.ey had tor sale were picked up quickly. The s.-viial si nils were A,?, in cluipge of the following girls: Tea ' A.j. Tabli!-kditli VVa.shbrooK, Lizzie [y Shirley, Annie Wooyed. anil li.v the fiCEt of next week thev will be ready to olTer lots for .�^ale. .  ?????????????^?x~x�:">�4__________- -. *^ Winniilpg, April loth, li>66 Mr. Hcibt. Sfier9. who have given itjtheir Iiiyiil support, is a stiffioient guarantee of its value. Wr? ho[X' that tlie trial eopies stint yon will siiHliieiit to Hecnre a large list of .linbscrihors. Voiirs fnily, NVKSTERX .SI'OUTS.MAN How does this strike our Lethbridge tport* f PIcam encourage ii, a purely Western Canadian Sporting Magaxinc ROBERT SAGE i You Need them in Spring Time Builder's Hardware Miner's Supplies Carpenter's Tools Blacksmith Supplies Bar Iron, Etc. Diamonds Are not Like Anything Else They never wear out, wear ott, get old, have to tie repaired 01 sold for jlUllv They are the most pi-olU-able investment yon can nwke for adornment. What else can you buy and wear and then tnrn I wick to Ihe same fellow for easli. less ten |>^r cent.y Wfi save you a big l^er tient. on the purehase priee, too, and find it makes us lots of diamond business and enough prolil to satisfy us also! Let ns figure with you on any sixe or i|uality. ^ C. W. GRAY a� THE HARDWARE,MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 R. A. WRIGHT Tin; .li:wi;i,i:i! I No Money In Delay If You wish to lAVMt in Town Prep�rty Now is the time for DoubKiis your Money Coiaer Lots. Biunton St............................. ^i'^^ Inside lots, Briinton St.............................. *100 ;{lots Sinitli St.. Block iil. for....................... Sti-JOOO :t lots. cor. Ford tind Smith, Brick Block............. �6500 10 lots. Westminslei- Road............................ i**20 4 lots, 50x125. atul cottage, Wtmtminster Koad........SHOO 11 lots and cottage. Round st.........................$1100 li lots, cor. Glyn and R�>�lpath sts.................... SSriOO 4 lots Courtland st................................. *125 1 lot utid Cottage, Rt^dpatii St....................... S�5 4 lots Foi^l St.. Blook (-.2............................ *225 fi lazing (J mining t W. M. BARBER Piiinter anil r)e I' nra tor Carriage fainting it six'fiiilty t:........................................... Kalsomiiiing iViperlianging {EXTRAORDINARY | WATCH VALUES | Do you want a Wiiteh? Most everyone dots. I'Jver-body needs on�?. Some |x�ople. however, dun't feel like paying a large sum for one. They try to get along liy depending on the public claiksand their friends for the time. ' Inconvenient, of course. I have a number of watches in stock that I wish lodisimse of at bottom prices. .Ml the lending makes. They are all lii'tt clitsstinic-kee|iers. as I test kicIi oih-myself before putting it onl. They are |x>silivu-ar.|i'.i nt t.'ity i'lik-ery. Our .Spring Suit-s at $8, $10, $12 and are winners. The 9 Macs. FOn SALE For -solo, tt fivc-roomcd cottage qu two lots; clioap for cash; inoro lotH if rot|iiirc(l. J. F. CiLAVSHER. \ 1 ;