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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Spalding Baseball Goods MITTS, GLOVES. MASKS, BALLS BATS, ETC. J.J.JOHNSTON Druggist it Stiilionor Ken If yon fail you mu.v 's ad. lo iva'f] -thi- :wls. survey oiV town- site is completed. llobson. Winnipeg, is guest of -Miss Belcher.' Spring Hals and at-The 2 Macs. The Oddfellow's ball is ihe nv-enl for tomorrow nie'hi. Thus, tevuc this Call up Transfer. was down from Bel- weok. A. Co., Ltd., KiMiunis nij'.l won- iii town fur wif hist iv'f good hay Miss Laycock, teacher, of Kay- moiKl, was in town on Sunday. Waiter1 Appk-by siicceods CHnt. Mc- us secretary oi the Eagles. under-priced, Suit. The -2 Macs. Mrs. Cony boa re''hits presented two beautiful silk worked altar banners to St. Augustin'.s church. .1. F. Olayshor left Lake ihe lurnbc-r yard ai Tabor. this week to of Goo. Hog- VV. C, Sinunons, M. I.. A., on Monday from a return- trip to i'ardston. For new luur-roomed cot- tage, two lots, on Argyll: 1'i-ic 15. Bowman. H. II. McDufTevj, the energc-tic pres- ident of the Ilayiiioiwl Jioar-d of Trade, was in town on Monday. Herb Olt has returned from the cast, where he had been with a con- signment of horses. To assured of ice the yeai round, leave your orders, with ihc Western Warehouse Transfer Co. Jo-b Reoc! -has 'bought the irriga- tion farm of Hev. .J. C.' It is a tine property. C. Heathcote. the newly appointed mine inspector, will reside in Le-th- bririge. J. W. M. L. A., Cardston was in town Mortdfty night on his WAV to his parliament my dut-ies A GOLDEN OPPOmrUNlTY For il i ose who i'oq 11 i re ad- vice regarding ihc treat- ment ol' their hair and scalp. A representative of Seven SvtlurUad SitUrt is now here. Cfill with hor J. D. Higinbotham i CO. M Nighi Ik-sL. Harness 'asion. nnd Saddles, A. fter their rncctlng on Tuesday norning, fjio Mi'ikors parivdcd arouivd he About fos'i( vent south t )ii Tluiiviny ions. of ilic- striking- miners o San Coulee. Montana, morning to uccepi. F Conybeare expceis to to look uftt-r C, leuve -for cHy charter touiyh't. Thy town council on Monday night J'olor ul1 No. :5, to tlie new position on tho police Suns lo suit all tastes. The Crawford's Jkiy" Mary's railroad; recently a ohartei' lo frpnu S'totlo, Ii. C., to l.etltbrkJye, LS looked upon by many hero as a llil! road. If FO, it removes nil as to whoihor the Irans- Suiiablc w'" l'1's town or for all occasions. Wo arc suitors jnot" for -trade. '2 Macs. j A new o> r J{ (ahji. The wedding'takes'place at Guolph Ini? ciVect >lay frs. Morden returned to Pinchor Cn-ek last week, but came back rs as she of ihe death of Mrs. McLean. Mr. Cob'by. late of SourJs, is the guest of his uncle. Mr. Harris. on the tlkoh. Mr.' JK a sk-illod woociv.-orker. and may remain in town for a time. M-i.-.s Laivg Miss Hart, of the Magrath school st-aff. wore in -town for Easter holi-days, the guests of Miss CnmpLell. at ihe home cX Hoddcr. rela- K'cvin's health is almost work restor'wi. and his host 01 friends hen: tioist. -that his trip to his ol-d home, the first in over five years, will -bo onjoyabl Fred Downer informed the Herald when he wns -in town last week that he met a C. R- who in- i fications for the Lethbridgv formed him that an extra 'train will} Malting Co.'s buildin Frank Paper remarks: Ac- to the Lethbridge Herald of April 5, the coal miners of that place, who are on strike, -have re- sorted lo the use. of violence and the wanton destruction of property. This conduct on 'the part of the strikers is 'to 'be lamented by alt who are mends of organized labor, as it gives their enemies the. whip hand, which 'they will no -doubt use. The British fkvg an-d otl'tcials will fully protect all uixlcr its' juris-diction. v.-hether operator or employee, find jno MiJajq- o> laws -they will be made to suiTer the ronseciawrices of th.Mr acts, no mat- ter who they are. Architect Jamos A. Macdoiiald. of Lot Ivbrklge. -in 'lown on Thursday with the- plans sped- Bre'.ving This Siiiiiiiojis, M. 1 iiighL for I'AljiiQnlon to in ihe JA-gislaturc.' One of hJs acts will iirtrovJucc a 'measure' seeking u chtiKer for the .Tuijor hos- pital. informed the Herald that K was. pivMemaeical whether-the- city charter would Lc put ihrouyh this session, an the a-imo too short. Sijeaking of he expressed complete stvt- Uv iie.rt- gretU'd In-ing unablt to hold a me.-t- ing in the U'tLle Bow country, but thai' vvus ow-ing t.j UK: brief campaign. i If you a nobby pair of shoos for spring, call un .The '2 .Macs. j The Little ISisiifi-h, St.. Angus-; tin's'church, iu-ld a on day that was in every respect a lie-1 cl-dcd succ.'-ss. The li-ulo girls prov-; beyond u 'tioubt, that they wen.-i u-depis wilii iljc' iKX-dh', and the I tides ti.oy had l.or sale went picked I up quickly. The s.-s'i-ral s tails wi-ro in of ihe following Tea' Kdith ShirJpy, Aimie Woodcock. C-etll I'en-y, tMady.s Chell. Hand-; Dora Ximiuons, Constance Dook-y, Mildi'ftd Ntminrnis. ivitcln-n- Ethel Eleetvvoc-d, Lena Su-w art, Flossie- Ivingsion. Violr-i. llagoll, .Made-line! iViper--Margaret i Mabel l-'lwt wood. M Florence Whitney, Audrey Xeitit. Pimm attended c'l ihej door and very graciously oscovt-'J the people to the different The chlldi'en have heen instructcsl in M-osdoMies nivd 1 We can still supply you with u iailor-made suit, at Jrl.'-L.aii.'l S-ii. The ii Macs. O. Kerr Co., of l-'argn, X. who are exploiting 'the land about Warner (nee Brunton; brought, in i people ia their charter- ed car. Tlvi.s is the third car load brougsJu in. The former ones have] been extremely satisfactory to th.: The company have i found it necessary to engage ollicc j rooms in and have lea.s-' ed rooms in Southard; Block.' Ii. 11. Owen, vice-presklen-t of the will have charge of1 the 'for the present. T S. McKc-nsyn, ihi-ir lield man, will have he.vhmuri.ers here also, but will spend the greaior part of bis tiniL: at The company are nhva'dy a livery barn at Warner, are having plans drawn for a hotel. Some settlers have al- ready arrived on :he gromvd, aird several more will arrive with their families awl effects'before .the e-iwl.of this rlnne company say that the- towns Me .has already IKK-JI sur- veyed, ami by the first of next witk they will be, readv 10 offer lots for sale. I! p: I Apr) 1 -10111, .Mr, iiolu. Alia.. Dear ere mailing vou under Siipar- nlo (jpver several aopies of Western SporUman. iwryour requosi, which we hope yon- will uko: hold of with onUiusiasm and push the Vou will find those ready they fino- tones and colored juntos. nirike it a. "mjK'fiy.ine in svor1' i Wositfrn .SporUumn is published as a of arousing more interest in spoil, the study and projection ol; our birds and .-uiiiiiaJs. and outdoor, life. It is i in-musing in pApnlarity every, month and the ot'eou- tribniors and who have given U'lheir loyal .support, is a sufficient guarantee ot'its value. We hope that, ilie trial copies sirfnt you will iit to spenro a large list of g-ubsorilttrs. Yours truly, .NVESTKKN SKHtTSMAN How does this strike our Lethbridge tporU? encourage it, a purely Western Sportinf Mig v vt SAGE b-'J It will be o-n the Crow in August.'! ;s Of stone ami a liver from St. Paul to wju oreeiea on the corner of Vic- Spokane, atvd pass through 'this! torjn street, ar.d Seveatli avenue. It lown in dny from Minneapolis. oratorio, ;vas repeated Church to a "Tlve Crucifixion." at St. Augustin's on will have large plate glass u-indows, ancl wiien completed will be of :thfl blocks ir. 'the and who located here l-usi week, has pur- firsl ono lo of stone, chasvd the fixtures of the Coal-dale ,-or us construction are to be hotel, and will ron-duct that jn tonight, and the contract noss. ''commencing May 1st. Mr. In-; xvjjt jcl Ljie of i-he imes. Ceo. was in town en Tues-1 day. Ut is optrniivg up a real, estate- business in Tabor. H-is ad. in another cohimn. 31 r. Beverly has great faith in the future of Tabor. J Hind has resigned from gram is deli-ghted with ciairmorc U. S. W. M. P.. and Jolncrt the staff j it is going to be a iMff; of ciwtoma here. Mr. ItoKl was, Cc-iitr-.. Frcjl in Tiivitations have received church on Monday cv- wedding of Miss Margaret enjoyed of the best mus- at, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ever olTereri in Loth- Mr. Morris is a musician of ri-i. He jnanipulates the keys piano with marvellous skill. Need them in Spring Time Builder's Hardware Miner's Supplies Carpenter's Tools Blacksmith Supplies Bar Iron, Etc. Mr. with the police for .some 'years, und is much e.s'.eeme.I by all who knew him. ___ The many of C. Murray Arthur Mowat. Edmonton. ____ will be glad to learn that he is granddaughter of the late Sir Oliver'al to bo out''nffain after the recent ser-1 Mownt. 'i.o Mr. Pen-y, Hardisty. to of Diamonds Are not Like Anything Else The never wear out, get old, have1' to j IK; r juuk or soUl for ious oixira-tion performed tako place on upon him at. the Oalt Hospital. Hc.jin i-he says lie never felt better. IL Owen, Priday night last. RoiiK-mhe.r that the Western Ware- house Transfer Co. give you as inuoh ioe as every da3'. Mr. Mtxckeazie." the dairyman, had runaway Hay. All the milk in tho wagon was thrown out ami tho rig badly -damaged. Hoy KoiSey. of Yurmouth. N. S.. of the celelvratexl Hnimetit, was in town for n dav this wev'n. W. IL Cavonah. a former H. bridge boy, is gc-tlin-g along well the. Ho has -been promoted tojlamls :tt. the position of.traveller for the Am- t all wt-ok, rrii-an Cereal Co.. of Peterboro. His! five sec car. with Wodncsday, April jhe'oudiencc was magnetized by rjan Cliuivli. l-'.dmon-1 }ljs p.j.ying. from a program- oi" classical numbers. Mr. .Morris the O. a coupL- sketches, one being trwisiircr 01 o.; who Warner. soilin l.cen in the j oi V.IIIKT and territory is Eastern Ontario. The Firlh-Katon Concert. Co. and reports having sold since Sun-day. A special land seekers, is expected from "the" Siaii-s -tonight. They i will go down aivd look over th. i Warner lands tomorrow. the Little Bow is practically ap-i poared at Oliver's Hall before a slim house., Friday night. However, j hosts who heard the company were j A t occur visitor to thoroughly pleased with the pro-j reports that "i-amme- contributed. tc-tl pliilicult to r's homes. Piles of lumber and effects are seen every- be- oiw crs, plnyinir two compositions atone time, and playing with covered key- board. It. .1. 1 l with th I that the was not, contract. niul por. luuhings. iin interview Calgary H.-nilrt.'staled Alberta Southern .Hailway as many supposed, a paper There- nre men J. S. Hull, of Tnhor. was in Tuesday. lie is going south Utah a'nd Idaho -U> boost. Southern i ;H Alberta, and expects t'O with a party of wno w'1" land in this district.. by fences and tlwit it is j with the road who intend to push it. ;ot out of sight of set-j forward as soon char- Another Lot of Golotea Hats Will Arrive this Week at H. Johnston's ing secured. Thero will soon Ico'ntinuous farming district from the Ik-Ily to the How. i W. A. Aubin. iiranager of the liance Cotil Mine, Tabor, was in i town Afonday. He a hig de- i Bjftnd -or coal. atid aayi 'his mine i will Ire to meet it, as soon as i the tipples are completed, which he Soxpects-will about a week. presenr. 35 ;but the forca be doubled very tsoon. The western secretaryship of the Lord's H.-vv Alliance has Jjoen offered ,to Rev. VV. M. Uochester. Presbyter- ter is .sf-ciiresJ. Two of.the -directors are from St. Paul, and one, other from Rriti.-.-h Columbia.1 Tho south branch bnrxveen lint and AJarlood will run north of the Crow's I and the Belly Uivcr. pierc- :ng th> largest fall wheat belt rn Al- berta. Th-- pohrtion of the road from west ha.s not. he-en ful- ly decided. A Hue will be built from LMhbridge north. F.. Kingston's advertisement- appears in -this work's Hcraivl. Jle are employed. 1 has brn-nchotl HI the tailoring doubled very I business. Mr. Kingston has had A long experience. During his two and (i half year's resilience in ho hns'lveon t-mployed with A- South- ard and Mutton Dixon. Prior They are ihe most protit- abie inve'stnioni yon c-an make for What elso can you buy and wear then in rn U-iuk lo ihf: fellow for c-asli. less tea cent.? you a biLj par on the pitreluiSc price, too, mul find .il makes us. lots ol1 duiniond husiiinss arid enough pro iit. 10 satisfy us also! Let us tignrf with you oil or R.A.WRIGHl Tin: M I M a M G. THE HARD TELEPHONE 66 3B3SO3BBOS3K No Money In Delay If You wish to Invest in Town Property Now is the time for Doubting your Money Corner Lots. Bjunion Inside lots, Brunton'St............................ ;l lots Smith St.. Block yi. for....................... il lots. cor. Ford and Smith, lirick.Block___......'___ 10 lots. Westminster: Roacl........................... -I lots, 50xl2o. and cottage, Westminster Road........ 0 lots and collage, Round st...............___.... lots. cor. Glyn HIH! sts.......___......... 4 lots Coimland st___............___ 1 lot and Cottage. Kedpath lots Ford st.. Work fJ2............................ S65CO' 520 snoo S5500 H. m. mcQueen b Co c (I [jiininjj; W. M. BARBER. Cnrriji Dr-trorn tor Pnini-in n s f. Knlsouiiijiit'. j ian clergj'man, of Kunora. It is cx- i pected that he will acespt and enter i upon his duties as socn as he can be j relieved froni his charge. TIvj will ihrtve' jurisdiction over Manitoba, Al- bertft, Rrrt-ish I Columbia. to that h engaged with tailors in Toronlo and Montreal, and he also three yoarr. the Hammorrtls, tlie famous ;n tho west end of L-omlon, Tie was also in business :vnd years in England. His '.'artier is a The men the All crtn South- on Oxion.l street, jcrn Ra-ilway au- L G. VanVfart, R Eng. and A. M. all j nttraction of th- ief Calgary. They vnvnt to huiVu Lon is here Saturday ni-ht, 'from Ix-thbridtje wevt to U. C.. and jf i also a line- to Calpary. The notice Fax, -th? world's nso n s-r SUppGrl >y s was bore some months aniHts. Appears in Oliver's The report of the Dominion Qynvfn. Citiren pays this The report Office for shows: letters jceived, leKers entries pranwil, 1.- !06S; applications for patent. gs'ay.iTig, mining- its. i TJev. W. C. Merrill tary of. the Western schools in tsie Unilixl Citiren pays this tribute -to Fax: "Aft there can too much of a good thinir, so thoiv would have hoen a aiul emotional music had it pot for the inimitahle awl over t. general socre-j youthful Jimmy Fax, whom the mar- Associaticm of agors of the programme, with 3tat-J the apprehension of. es ai.-.t will sponk at dramatists, introduced at. service? in C'hurch on .T-inimic Fax makes a ami conduct special exercises at j wherever ho as he -did ire-. the session of the last In all his school at p. m. Mr. Merrill is onjhe was twice ivcalUd, ami xvlvn a his wa.v to -aUonvi tlw S. have taken up too much S. convention at R.s-i TXvr on rhcj-time -hfl told a story." 11 you want am? 23th. -is nn offective' to hr-xre a gorxl time. fail to i sneaker, ami will bo greatly Fax nrvd his company Satur- EXTRAORDINARY WATCH VALUES I Do you want a Most everyone 4 lending makes. Thoy are all arti -class time- keepers. .MS 1 tesf om- myself pulling it jxvsiiivelysoriusip there is no furthere-xmso for vow iioinix without a Have a Laugh Saturday Night! JIMMY FAX A C ovrr Olivers Hall iW. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Thut niu j Laura Lily lit. supported by the Hardy, Reader; Maud Parrmtt, Soprano: J Mrs. Helen Klyne, ADMISSION I'lan of Hnll now on "srtle ;it Dnip; Store and T5c: A bliic lo nanv ir.lZ hiir, ;nKition bo crv. T.OSI. answering of "Vic." Any party hoW- proscculesl. I: for- to the recovery ly fit.y r.tag Suits at are winners. The 2 Macs. FOR SALE. For sala, a five-roomed cottage oh. two lots: for cash; more lots if required. J. F. ;