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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Spalding Baseball Goods MITTS, GLOVES, " MASKS, BALLS BATS, ETC. J. J. JOHNSTON Drng^m) iV Stutioiior A LOCAL BUDGET. Wnbcli Keun's nd. If you fnil Id tvml ihi' Herald mis ,\llll IlliU IlliSS || l.nlgllill 'I'lli' survey of 1 ill- is i'iiiii|iIi ti-il. tin' Warner town- in 'he I'VI'Ilt wie- ilen ii I'l'i'in lli'l- Mi.-s llobson. Winnipeg plI.'Sl Of MISS Ik'lchl'l'. New arrivals-tww Spring lints und i'nps at Tin1 - Mac. 'Ihe Oddfellow's Lnll ih tin lor tomorrow niglit Thus. Hniiiitl le\iii> this U'iv'U fall ii|i We-,ti-in Wiiii�' riif A Trimmer l'i �id-, I'ineher t'rri.'k, were in li.wn |(ist wivk. Mis-- l.iiyroek. teacher, of llny-inoua, �ns in town on Soirtlny. \Yn!t"r Appleby suctwds Clint Me-I humid u�- *'� rrtnry of the Englm. In ler-woui - mi ler-prleed, $1 Suit. Ihe a Mill's. Mrs ('onyheure hn.n presented two Leantiful kiiU worked altar banner* tn St August in's churrh. .1 IV (Slnyshor left this week to 'nl.e the imiimg.'in. nt of fleo. ling-  r> lumber j aril at Tabor. w (', Siiiiiiiiins, M. I.. A , rrttirn  I on Monday Ml^lil from n trip to i nrdslon. For Suk-A now four-roomed col tage, two lots, on Argyll- Aw I'riiv ,h,i.' It is a lino property C llonthcole. tlv newly appoinlivl nine Inspector, will ivsldc in 1/uh-bridge. .1 W W.,oll. M I.. A . Cnrdston. '\as ill town .Moir.ln> ni/J't oil his wny to his pnrlinni ntno dni.es at IMinonton A M llepplcr and .1 K Allen, ll.i.wnond. were in town Moivdity ev-� �tnng on thi'ir �uy to Tabor i>n n l.iisiiifKs trip For Sate-Two sloivy house, mil !.!', nil Westminster Itond Frontal!,; .".i� feet, ileplh .'178 lis-t Price, v i imii; _(.' || liowinuii. |).i you waul to have n real good laugh'.' Yes' AH right, go my t hear .linuny I ax at Oliver's Hull on Sat urlay night tol S.uiil.'i'. i'niiiiiian.linK the It X W M I' in 1'nlgiir.'.. has l..s-n ni..\�-.l lie \ to lt Macs. I A new (V IV II. time ial.1... eo.ues The woddlny; takes place at Ouelph Into clToct on May tUh. Tlte channel to'.lny of Miss Laura Hitfinbothiiin I have not yet hiv�n announced for the nhd Mr. Mai:kny, of Montrenl j Crow's NVftt division. Confirmation, however, 'is given to Ihe retmrt At omv, n Koud gc-nerni �^�^:�:^:�:�:..:..:..:�:�:..^.:..x^.;uJuxw:�:.6A'*'A* �iy so Mrs. .i. i�. ii-iiji. J. D. Higinbotham: l Jt CO.  Ttlcphont 44 Nlihl Bill lies i Harness I'luston. nnd Suddli s. Try A Alter liieir inieting on Tuesday morning, fie siiikirs paraded arotiird the sr|tiare About forty of the striking minors wont south to San Coulee, Molilalia, on Thur-'biv morning to accept posi-t ions 'I here was an explosion ut No. a SiiMird.iy niK'ht. but rt was tint in* tendtxl to do unyhody harm, but to sfve us nn Ktister celebration N T. Mucleod, Cowley, \\ ns I " Tinner, oi Mivrfrntii, spent iiiiiourtst the Ivister visitors inlown. I" ''� ,s !�>�"� Mr Turner is \ Scott and II F. Keillor. Kuv-i � \oUiik irti/.n of the bust- uii'ii.l. s|s'iit Suiidnv in town ' j !illK 1  * * 1*- town to the south, ami is ny UKi-d W. I) Frey and press llouk put on wiitRS nnd flow Into the Eroglos iH'i'io on TuesKlay nifflvl They say Billy Fiv> stuHled the birds with his Dutch ulivp; ilmn-if-. Tin Herald .lob Iiepartinent is i busy 'Phat is a si|,u \vu are tloitiif j good work, for people only pntron-I Ue nil ollle.' where tlh'-y eilli secure I sat isfuctioii. I A roller n, u( Coleiiiaii. and j Win. (Iril'Hb, of I'.riiie, spent Sun-| .lay in limn Mr. II,i\kiiii sang solo seks-tu.ns lit. lilt services of Wesley Chiilifi. His old ft i.-nds were (flint to In tie him again. In another column u.ll be found file a.l'.ei I isetne..l of ,1 K A Men, architei-t, of Knyiuou'.l. Mr. Allen Is a young man of enterprise, nod ttltil-it.i , ami is- hi|i'hl.\ ilioiipbt of in llay-moiT.I t)mt ft lowvl train will be run be tween hero and Macleovt, tnnklng con-neetlons tlrero with Ure locnl aralns for Calgary, On the Crow's Nest, through dining curs wilt lie put on Instead of the first-class cafe car. C, V. llennt'tt ImR received instructions to take evidence from locnl witnesses in nn net ion that is bei'ig brought by Oeo. Mooim ngnitiKt the Chicjgo Iron und Itrldge Works. Moore, it will le rein, inbornl, was' one of th.i men who fell from th.? slnnil|ii|m' here, nheli it was under coniit nut ion in I1KM. A fellow employee wns kill, it The cas.' will be Irinl in I'hicagii The aiidieiice kepi .limiuie I'nx I'oniing buck until they used up all his breath and ,iu that account he was compelled in desist .liminie has mi ineMiniut fine fund of comic songs, funny stories, nnd Iho best ol good nature, nnd it was the lack of brcnt'h, nnd nut tho lack of willingness, Hint compelled htm Ml liifft to doeliiK) to respond to the repiMte I encores-Ouelph, Onl., Mercury. Tho funny .llnnn.V appears-here Saturday nl-g{it. (!o and hone him. I\ II Hall, of II. A WiiKhls os i alllis-huii-iit. was siiuunoiiisl to Hull. List Satiiisl.i.v , owing to the serious lines* of Ins lather lh\ Hull Mr* Mordeu i'-tiirned to I'iiub i i.^-k last w.'ik, but cuiiH' back i Mini i.s sb.- l.-iiriH'l if Ihe death i Nil- Mel..an The oii.'oriu. � TIk- Crucifixion." . vi .is repeated nt St Auguwtin s i tiniih to n deliyhliil nudience on iViilay night last. Hem nit or that the Western Ware-luiuse A Transfer i'o. givo you ns much iei' as you riNpiire every duy Foun.l-A purse coi,'taii>ing money, owner must prove property -Apply lligitibothiitn's hrug Store .1. F. Froclor. tr.n.'liing paskeiig-or agent of the C. I' II . Calgiiry, wn� In 'town yesteflny Mr. 1 'metor wns formerly loeatel at Nelson Dtincitn Smith returned from the oust on SutuKtay night, and loft for High IUv.t SutMlay, to look nfier a: rnntrac't his firm hint in that town. The IMinonton Hull.-tin snys 'The l.ilior.il elect. Mr. Simmons, will U' a goml niklition to the Iieg-islnture. as he is a young man of more than orilinarv nlility." Fi'fsl ll'i'k receiM.l wonl on Monday of the death of W II. Wright, Inther of Mrs Hick, in llollevlllo. Mrs. Hick ivns nt her lather's I e-d idde wllell he piiSMsl iiwni. I'eter North, th? *)\e�p rancher, wus in town last Saturday Ho hired seven men to go out ami work on his ranch during -the present busy tenson. with (i in the real esinte i. Hunthershaw business The Hudson's Hay Co will put u flriit-olnss drew making ,s ol Ir-thhrMgo un.1 vicinity, and especially since the company guuruntee t-hal the ilepartinent will l>e right up to date, und will be in ehiirgv. oi n tlross maker of advanced ideas and thoroughly in tourh with the latest patterns. Tlie Fernio Ixvlgor snys: "Mr. Frank Mhorninn informs the Ixslger Hint Iho union distributed SI.oihi wortli ol provisions among tho striking miners at I ottrbrMgc Inst v.s�ek. lOach man receives five pounds of meat weekly, niwt if a marriisl man nn nddrtionnl five pounds atrd two ami n half pounds for each ehilil In addition to this, otlrer ne-cessilk-s are distributoJ. Mr. Shor-iniin reports everything quiet nnd peaceful, nod is confident of the victory of the strikers. Ver\ creditable Faster music wns heart! at St Augustin'e Church on , Sunday morning In ttia anthem. "1 : '. Hob: k, ..( ih, Am He That I/iveth," Mr Rilner1 Tubor, wns In town on took n solo acceptably !Mr. Dobbs has .\|vnoiic.\l muoli dif , _ . . iflrultv in getting workmen ami ma- A. Easton hat purchased the Clevv- u.,.,al ,, ,,,, al,j hok., ,, ,,m|ie ft,. (business, but infurmeil the lleruld that he wcubl hnve the Imtel in operation on Monday next , T. I�. Kevin left on M.wluy ni^fit H,i I. All,,,, has arr.v.-d ,n town (( ,,., oUv s ^ ,. .,r,. wl, ami will io.,k after the spiritual in-1 , flvu hiv w ,(>kh vir remarks: According to the l>tht>ridge Herald of Iniin llotel.|APr" ,no coa' '�'0,-'r8 of that Tuei�Jav! | place, who are on strike, liave re- wind property on Smith street He also bought Wie brick house in which ho resides ni the foot of Hound .�iUCiM i>'tlrbriirfs-. He M.ehnl.st an .pieo Mr Coltiy. In*.' the KUOKt of his on the di^leh Me will work utKler sortxsl to Utv us�^ of violence and the .'wanton destruction of pro|n�rty. IThis conduct on the part of the strikers is to U- lamented by ulfwho ! are friends of organized labor, as it .gii.-s their enemies tho whip har/J. ivhith Hie.V will no sdoubt use. The |flr?tish rtag ursJ ollicinl.s will fully I protect nil uirder its jurisdiction, j whether operator or employee, and I JIIO HUOJ't 0> H)||UI.>)1� J.M|ini U.>l|.W anted" ftorv'ani.. Inboilinin. W. ('. Hiuiiuoiis, M. L. A., left lasl niglii for lv.lmonton lo tnko his seat in the Legislature. One of his llrs>t acts will lo lo itrlroiliica u mcnHuiv seeking u chart or for ttio 'labor hospital, jr.; Informed the Herald that, it was proibleniaeieal whether the Ix-th'bi idge city chnrtor would Lo l>tn ihroiigh ihis svsuion, as the time wa-- too short. Speaking of the campaign, he expressed complete sot -isfnetioll With the i'esilll. lie it grvlUvl being uimblf in hold a me.-l-ing In the UK tie Ib.w eoimtiy, i.m that wns inipossibi, , owing to tho brief campaign. If you uurrl a nobby pair of shoes for spring, cull on The 2 Mais The I .i I tie Siwiers, ol St Angus-tin's thiii'eh, 1ie!d n Im/iuir mi Monday that was in e\el,\ resjicl a ile-c;.l.:l success The little girls proved beymd a lioubl Ih.il tliey were ivdepts with tile in-, die. an.! the articles tl.ej had '.or sale were picked up quickly The s.-veral si nils were in charge ol ihe fnllowing Kills Ten Table-1*^11 ih Wnshbrool.. Li/./io Shirley, Annie Woodcock. Candy- t.'oiil Ferry, tllad.i,. Chell. Ilniid-kerohiefs- llora Nlniinons, t oustanc Dudley Mildred Ninnnons Kiieliin-ware-Mtlii'l Fleet wood, Lena Stew ait, Flossi, Kingston, bolls-Annie Plltlesiin. \ ioiet llllgell, Mll\|elille Chivers. Paper--Maiviir.t tilav/or. Mabel FW.-lwoi :l. Miscelliinisius- Floivnee Whitney. Audrey Xeuii llertiinle I'inilii nttendi-.l ut i he door itn.-l nry graciously escort si the people to the different stalls. Tho children have been Instructed in sewilrg b> Mestboiies Chivers no.I f J lay /.or We can still supply will with a tnilor-inii.Jo suit nt >|ii. f|S_uiil Mil. The 'J Maes O. W Kerr Co., ruughl in an people today in their specinl chartered car Th.s is 11,.> third car load hrougiht in The f.unn'i' ones have bisui exlii-iii. Ij sat isi'ai*'. or> to th' lnnnuReineti5 'I In- enuipniiy have found it neci-ssiir.i in engage olllce rooms in l/i'l hlili lK>'i and have leased two rooms mi ih- SuiithiiiNl lUoek It. II. Owen, \ iro-prosi-doiii of tbe eouipan.N, will have charge of the olhee tieii' fur the present. T S McKi-ns.v ii, their field man. will iinie iHMdipiariei's h.'iv also, but will ,s|h'ii.l the greater part of his time ai Warner The company arc ul ready bulMing a livery l�irn at Warner, and are having pi tins drawn for it hotel. Some settlers have nl-r.ii'ly tirriied on the ground, uit.l several more will arrive with their families tllhl effects before the eiwl of this week*,* 'lln- cotupuny su.v that the towiisiio hns alivadv Us'ii survey oil, and by the lint of ne\t wis-k theV will lie i.'lldV In niter lots fur sale '  XV 7? ft �: Tf X't' XV 7V ft ft ft tf ft rV ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft tf Winnijtog, April afttli, li)brt Mr. Unlit. iSiit*c. Iietlibritl|{u. AHn.. Dfitr Sir:-Wo cro mailing you niitlor at)pur iitt; cover sfverul nopics of Wtsstem Sportsman, as iH-ryotir miuoat, which we \\o\Xi yon-will takn-lmlii of wit.li ciitliusiaflin nnd push to the front. You will find thoflo irmly ufllera.'nB they are finely illttstrated with half tonoa nutl colored plntm. which tnako it a liijjrh-clssn magnxinp in ovory I'l Spfft Woslorn Sporttfiunu is puhlinhcd its a menus uf fimtisinp; moffe intovost, in eleiin,' le^iliumtM Hpnit. the Htndy and pro'oetion of our hiitla and jiniitiiils. and nutdiH.))' life. It is itit'i'ea.tiun; in i |jr>|iuini'ily ivory month and the larm> list of eon* Irihntnrs and suhseriliera. who have givon itjtheir lnvul stipiKut. is a auiHHcnt guarantee of its value. We h�i|ie (Imt the trial eopies sent you will In' i.ntlii'ii'tit to hoc'ire ti lni^e list of. suhsoribors. Vntiis tmly. WKSTHKX SI'OUTS.MAN How docs this strike our Lethbridge tportaf PIcmm encourage it, � purely Wealern Canadian Sportinx Magatine tt tt ft i  t ' f * ...... :  ? t f f f r tf >�: ; S Ki'tie,',. of VurniouUi. X . repr.s.'iii ai ii .� of the celebrated Mmar.l iMiuuei.t was in town for a .lav lbs wool,. wnouwiirlJor. an I 1-vAii for a tins' M ; I-ai.K ar/d Mi.i Mut.'riilb school st,,lT. lor Knster h.ilrlavs, tlie nuests m Tabor 11 ih ml ap|s'ais in another column Mr Itcverly bus Great faiih in the future of Tahor .1 A lleid has r,signed from thill \. W M I' and JoiihmI the Ktafl of th� ciiHtoms here Mr Itekl was with Ihe police for some years, und is much i's'.-.iiie.l I y all who kti-w bun Th� ninny ineixls in' |i l". will !� glad to learn that In to U' out nj;aiii all m' t'lh' lei ions o|w>rutuin whiih was perionuexl upon lum .it the Hall llo..,>ital If,. r.iij s he liexer felt t.ell.-r W II. Caveiiah. a loriner U-th-brldKe boy is p-iiine; aloni; well in the oust lie has been promoted to ih.' position of truvetler for the American tVieul i'o.. of I'eterboro His territory i^, lOusteru Ontario. I Ihe rirlh-Kiiton Concert Co up-I -ared at Oliwr'u Hall Ix'foru u slim I h.uiHe hot I'l idny ni�{lit However, films, who hciml the company were had i ihorou^hlv pleased Willi the pro-ibe , diamine contributed .1 rt. Hull, of Tnbor. was in town Tuesday. He is RolliK Koulh to COIllpli iriends here uust that of rtouris. Mnn.. is ' his old horn.', the lirM nnrle. Mr Harris. 1 years, wil! !� enbiyiildi toM.y is n (defiled ,lMVI1eniees of their in over live ' ,Pr ,.MO tj,Cy ftlVi acts, no mnt- rtd liowner inloiinel ihe Herald when he was in town ln�t wivk that he met ii C. I' it. ivllle eree'.eJ on the corner of Vic- Spokane. ul.il will pass throiiKh this I torift street and Seventh avenue. It limn in the day time 'will have huge, plate hUmh window^, and when coinplet.-d will l.o one of Mr. Inuruin. from Minnm|�j|iii. f.|,,s, , |,.C^S in the Tojisi, and who located hue la>". week, has pur- � ,|,0 ,u.,t ol,. ,, |0 of htone.  has,.! the fiMures of the t'o.ildale |j,|.; (or ;,s �-.>umi-uctIon arc tn \m hotel, and will ion.luet that bnsl- H|, ill ln tonight, and the contract i.ess. 'i oininencuid May 1st Mr In- .,. [( , tll,, ur^t ot 1Uo _ h'l'inu is delighted with l-ethbrtdno. u|ft,,,llire J'.me. ao.l I. lie.. - it is i-o.in; in � u biff, , .,."* "............ "*'� piano cnur" luvilalions hnie u receii'i'd for the wedding oi Miss Mur^arei Mow-ill, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Arthur Mowut. Kdtnonton. nivd it �bl ftrnnddiiuKliti'r of the late Sir Oliver ut sei-Mownt. ui Mr I'eivy llardis'y. lo take place on VV.slne-alay. April i!.">. in Mm- I'r.'sl.v .nn rhur.li. I'. Iiion-lon l{ II ii.i.n, ir.-.is.ir i of Hie l> V\ heir t'o . who are spllini; the lamlN ni Uuiaer. has I�mii in town all wts-k, an I iepulis ha\ iiiR sold, five s,s'lions sine Sun lay A K|>ooinl | I'liiise who ati-i.vleil the piano r.-citn! b\ I're.i MorrlK, Montrenl. in ihe .\ii tbi.iiisi i'uirch on Monday ev-eiiinr;. en,,oie.i ..m- of the l:est musical treats ever ofTeixsd in l.elh-hrid^c Mr M.hiis is u musician of I real in- r.t II. manipulates the keys] of il.e piano t ,i!i marvellous skill. iiu.1 ihe tni.I..'in was magneti/cd i(y his p.ny \itti Ap.nl from a programme oi' eliissi. a, iiuuiU't'k. Mr. Morris nave a couple .i sk.'UiioK, one being iiii.'.iIjiiii> in �.irin^rd instrunu'nts, li.uijo, man loin /itlier and the others, play ii>e iwk coinposit ions at one lime. :m.l piay.e^ with covered key- Diamonds Are not Like Anything Else They never wear out, wi ur otl, yet olil, have to Ih' ii'|iainil or soli I for junk They are Iho most profit-able investment you can make for iulorniiM.nl.* What else can you Ijny ami wear ami then turn Imek to tin- same fellow for i'libh. less ten ix-r eent.'. We save you a liig jxt eent. nil the |llllilia8e price, tun, ami find it makes us lota ul ilinimiml luisinorts ain.1 eunuch prulil in satisf\ us also. Let im limine ymi mi any niz�; ur i|tiality Till: IIAflDWARK MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 ttisfy with R. A.WRIGHT Tin: Ii.vyi:i.i:i: No Money In Delay If You wish to Invest in Town Property Now is the time for Doubling your Money B M I M M foriier liids. 12...................... . *100 SHOOO SKSOt) .. *20 $1100 SHOO STwOO . Sl2o . $:.")> with land seekers, is expected j hoard It d I tnh and Idaho t.. tioost Southern Alberta, ami expects to r.-turn wltli a party of fn>o|il� who will Hike up land in this di'triet ###  Another Lot of Galateo - Hats Will Arrive Week at this . H. Johnston^si  ai. here irom Hn Stal.s 'tonight. They will go ilowii an.! look over the Warner lands tomorrow A leieiit \isitur to Ihe l.illle lloiv reports that the trail is practically ol.lilerati'd by fences, und (hut it is dilliiillt to K''t out of slulit of set-tl-i's homes I'iles of luiulK-r and household elfects ure seen everywhere. CIoohI woIIh of water nru be-ii�K secured There will soon l,e one cruiiinuoiis lurmini; district from the lk'tt> to ihe How W A Aubin, iiruuugcr of the IU>-liance t'oul Mine, Tabor, wita in town Monday He repotts � big du-stand -or coal. and aayt his mine will be nblc to meet it, as soon us the tipples ure completed, which he expects will *>� within about a At present 35 bands are employed, but tha forct� may be doubled very soon. The western secretaryship of tho Lord s flay Aliionco hn� been offered to llev. W M. Itochester. I'rosbyter-iuii clergyman, of Keiiura It is ox-pectrsJ that he will arcept and enter upon his duties an soon as lei can be I relieved from hin charge. IK� will 'have 'jurisdiction over Manitoba. Alberta, Saskatchewan an I llritiuh Columbia The men behind the Allerta South-1 ,crn Uailway are I. (I. VauWart. H. | :.!. Jluielii/iKH and A M. Urognn. all; j of f.'alg'nry Phey want to build | from l>'ihbndg>> w.-kI to II. I'., anil, ulhii a line to t'al�:'ar.v The notiro was published here touw luontlm ago. The report of the llomiiuon Land-i Ofllce for lOli'. shows- fitters re-' col veil. IT,71'.*. lel'leis written. II,-;71.r>; homestead entries gruntotl, 1 .-!rJfl8; uppliruiions lor patent, -'fid. !grazing, MM- mining fees. :tK llev. W. ('. Ali-rritl. general secretary of the Western Association of Hut. n.iiw. in .in interview 'Mlh the Cilyai \ It. raid, statist that the Alu-rta Southern Hallway was not, as many supposed, a pnper contract There are men connected \v;ih the road who intend to push it lurward rapidl.i, as soon as the olvar-ler is sei ure.! Two of tho director* are from Si Paul, and ono other from British t'olunibla. The south branch tietwvrn M-^liclne lint and Mncb'od will run north of the 1'row's Vest line, and il.e Holly lliver, pier,'' ,n(r I lie lHre.es: fall wheat U'lt in Al-I.Tta rhe point ion of the road | from Macleo I wi ill K V\. Kin,;'iou's udverlisemeut week. .i|n�ars in ihi^ week's llernhl. Jlc ' 'has ornneh.'d our in the tniloriugl business. Mr. Kingston has had a lorn; experiem e liuring his two and J a half year's r. s d.nce In Lot-hbridgt; he has lie-n employed with A. South-J and and Motion ar.d Dixon. Prior to that he was engaged with lending tailors in Toronto and Montreal, and be en rnl or I'ania^e I'aiuttiif a s|M'i'iully Kaldotniiiinu l'a|^ rlinii^iiiK K Hlears. ua he to attemi the provincial sJnon.f would have -taken up too much S convention at Ibd Ueer on thelilnie -h� told a story." Ii you want nnd ii.ith. lie 'is nn effective 1 to have a gor\l time, don't fail to and will be greatly enjoyed honr Fax and his eompanj Sotnr- ildiii . speaker. Do you waul Mnnl everyniic ih bixly iiii-iIb one. Some penpU'. luiWi'mt, ihui'i fei-l like pay in", a large sum for one They try to get ailing Icy ili'i>euilinn ou the pulilic clot-'kuaiid their friemls for the time. ' Inconvenient, of cnurae I have u niiinU'r of wuUIuh in Htock that 1 wi^h tn diiipnsi' of at bottom priet-ji. All the leailiii'c makes. They are all liiat il.idH tim. -koejKirs. an I test each mi' myself lielnrr puitinv; out. They are positively wiihiap that tlu-ie is no itirtliert'xeiiHo for your uoiim wiihoul a wati'li Have a Laugh Saturday Night! JIMMY FAX A ( imil' liau iiiiiiw mil will appear ovi-r Aeierieii. tt by iluee who hear him. day niglit, JW. J. Armstrong I JEWELER ENGBAVER OPTICIAN. Olivers - Hall That niglii. siippnrtiil liy the followint; elever talent: Laura Lily Hardy, Reader; Maud Parratl, Soprano; I Mrs. Helen Klyne, Pianist.  t ADMISSION � $1.00 and 75cj I'lan of Hall now on sale at Hiciuliotliuiii'k DniR Store  i.t�s r. A til-ick ci cker sjianiel answering to name ,,f ' \ ie " Any party hohl-m.4 him wul !�� piusecutisl. Ii for-lwtt'.oii leading to the recovery will be suil iilil;. lewinli I ni City i I k- (�ur Sprang Suits at S8. fin. ami SI5 arc winners. The 3 ilucs. FOH SALE. For solo, a flvo-roomed cottugo op two loib; ehraji for cash; more toUi if roipilred. .1. F. ULAVSWBK. ;