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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Picture Postcards A Beautiful New Aatortment Just in J.J.JOHNSTON Drugijiat & Btationer Watak IUmb'* ad. Jim Vkk, tomorrow nigbt, iie�r him. C'oiiBiderabl* Uw pluttinf 4s going ou about town. Uocfc beer out next w��it. U;tfa-Iji'idge Brewios Oo. Uou't torget to try 'book iMor itext weuli. letbbrMga Brewing Oo. Ar�i you pr�iMUWl tor rain. li�in coaU at f 13.60. ivic a Uogk. Jaa. fte ia comiiv �t{aui. Vo-luorrow liitcbt at Uilver'B Hall. MiM Ward, of Uraobrook, is vitiii-ing witli lira. U. �. Hemolryk. Hear Fax, . U. U. Connell'a aurveiy j>urty atartod lur Ubia Uoulw yeaterOa^. T. Uouk, stock iiis)Miutor, . LutLiu liow, wtui at Um Arlington ou Tuus-lukaoa, of Uegitm, ba baon added to tiaa force irf tte R. N. W. M. P. bere. An extra pair of trouaara always bandy. See our raoga art 13.50 and �3.(iO. The a lUca. liuv. J. U. Uugbson ia attemdiag ihe provincial Sabbatb acfaool convention in Hed Deer. J. tjitewart, C. Jfi., Dominion Irrigation Commiaaiooer, Calgary, ivos in town on Tueadoy. Found-A purae coutaiaiag money; owner muat prove property.-Apply tl'igiubotbam'a Drug Store. Nate Bowaer. of tiba l^fttle Bow, u^ho baa been confined in IdM hoapit-ai for aome time; ia improving. I'eter Aahcroft and wife, bave gone to the ranob at ��ght Mile JUaka, where tit�y will remain until fall. Reoembar that tiia Waateni Wai�-bouaa A Tranalar Co. giva you as much ica oa yott requira every day. A auccesafui operation for appeu-dicit'ia was performed upon CoiiatadD)la Kirk at the Ualt Hospital laat ��ek. K. V. Hylands baard from bla wife in.Los Angelaa laat FHday. l^e earthquake did not do any damage there. A couple of men who diaturbad a (lanoe at Stirling, weta flnad a dollar and costa each at tlia Barmcka last FrMay. K is said that the proviaoial li9bere have been several lively ruu-awaya in town labeiy, but nv serious 'damage reported. The Lietibbrklge Brewing Co. announce that tiicy will have hock baer ou sale next week. C. B. Bowman sold tbi�e lota on Bullerin street eaat to' Mr. &illespie, of the P. Burns Co. in another column Fairlield Broa. announce thety have strawberry and raspberry plants for sole. Born-At JLetbbridge, on �aster evening, April 14tiorUiw�at IiUmr);er Co. at Raymond and Magrath. T. Odmark baa secured the contract for building the fence around the new Athletic Urounda. i'liie Uddfeilowa will attend service at Ivaox church next Sunday iiiom-iqg, when Rev. A. M. Qordon will preach. The lilock Spring Volley school dis'tiict has been authorized to borrow �1,UUU for school, grounds, well and feucing. Rev. Ci. J. C. White's auuUon aalu takes place on Tuesday. May 1st, and not Monday, as announced, in the posters. Rev. A. M. Ofordon preaubod at Tabor ou Sunday. Hia pulpit bare waa very a(.ueptably filled by Bev. J. R. Shearer, of T^bor. Ml-. Paitton, who took Mi-. Ureen-wooU's place as C. P. R. ba^jgage-luon here during the latier^s illness, baa ruturnod to Cranbrook. Chief Parry is on the rouuda ordering people to clean up their back yai-ds. It is important 'that this work should be done at once. Fred Roouey is having the entire exterior dl the Ailington re-pai'iiuxl. Fred believes in having bis house I^K/kiog 'bright asnd neat. 1). J. Wyiiie, manager of the Bole Drug Co., Caigary, formerly a traveller for the fiim. died in Calgary. He bad many friends in Xjethbridge. Miss Bcluber entertained a number of friends on Monday evening at a (leligbtfui euuhre party in honor of ber guset. Miss Robson. of Winnipeg. A. W. Hutt4>briea, of ParkifaiU, Ctet., brother of A. �. Hun4)bries, J. F.. has Ijeen elected president of the Retail Hardware iVsaociatioa of Ontario. A couple of young men from ?km-. auoque were here last week with the object of starting a fui'uiture store, but oa they could not secure a stand they left town. Fred Turner boaste of ithe Miagrath' district as a fruit raising i-egion. On Monday be showed the Bterald some magaibceut samples of gooseberries, and raapberrieM raised by J. B. Morris, of Magrath. H. Selk & Co. have left atirUug with 24 teams to break land at Coaldale. Already several outfits are on the ground put/ting in the crop, and Stirling will soon be depopulated. �. S. Twumey, pf Buluth, Minn, a practical buaineaa man, baa iiurobas-ed lou at .Coaldale, and will atart building operations at onoe, prepar-atory to inatalling  complete line of bardware. On Saturday evening last Rev. J. k:. Hugbson united in marriage Jobu lleirons and Miss �iinily Stianford, both of tiotbbridge. The ceremony was celebrated at the home of Alfred Woodcock. Rev. U. J. C. White anpd Mra. White expect to leave on May 7f. Mockie was in town yesterday on bis way from spending the winter at his home in Pembroke, Ont.. to bis ranch at Milk River. 'Site Col. received a heai-ty greeting from his many L�thibridge friends. A letter was wailed at Spokane, Wash., addi-usaed to a commercial iravellur at Hotel l>allas, N. W. T. The sender omitted the name of this town, but the letter reached Ijetb-bridge in 48 hours from the t/ime it was mailed. l\he Morris Hendricks Co. movad the old warehouse of the ibing an offer mode throuigb Newton aind Davldaon. of Winnipeg, for a client. The name of the purchaser . ia not known. Tbe purchase price covera ail liabilitiea and book accounta due. Tbe aitara-boMars receive mora than par value for tbair etoek. ' A towiisite will be surveyed at Re-'liance, two milea oaat of Tabor, it la tbe looatioa of the Reiianoe Coal Mine. Miss Uyacox is leaving for Vou-Vttouber ami Honolulu, whence she will sail with a mairiud sister for Scotland. Rev. J. bj. Uughsou conducted a iaervice at Coaldale ou bunday afternoon. He bad a large ouU appreciative audience. The eldest daughter uf J. A. rurn-bull, of the Iron Works, was nunov-,ear-jance and a good deal uf tbe luiie of a piano, it is uperalud by eloiaric-iity. and cost iHiO. Alrb. Thoa. Beruier was muuh cou-cui'ncd over the safety of ber sster, Mi'a. j OS. Colli'iia, ul iSan i'-'rauciscu, but a letter receivefd yesuerduy from Mrs! C'uiliiis Imported Uiat - tbuy haU escapod from the disaster; She soys the city is terribly wrecked, aiui tlie people oi^ frantic. ivita, John iierron, who iias been visiting her daughter. Mis. Jumie-sou aiuve January, is lepuried to tiave been iU lciu of Suu'ering." ile will take up the question often ask�d: "Wiiy ore sin omd Bullieriug and calumities permiitr ed in a world ruled by a CoJ of wisdom aniii love'?" i'oilay is by O. J. iiryuu, piuicipui of the Normal Schuol, tuid Mr. J. McCaiig, vioe-pnitcipal, uL the followiug ijluces; May lu aitd li>. Manton; May 17 and 18, MacleuU; Aioy 21, p.m., and 22, CaiHlstoii; May 2o and 26, l�th-bridgc; Ma^' 2S and 29, Medicine liat. Mra. C. S. i'iugle entertained v^ry chuniiiagly oa Friday evening in honor ol her guosta. Miss .Alice Pin-gie and Aliau Robson, of Winnipeg. There wore suvon tables of cards, the lership, and tbe officers aie: Presi'dent, R. Wilson; Vice-President, it. Bowiby; Secretary-Treasurer, Wm. Cawdrou. The of-flcers of the toaiuvters ant M. Mcl�l-lan, president, and U. Blake, secretary-treasurer. W. S. Fairchild baa resigned his jiosit'iou as secretary CK 'the Fort Steele Urcwiug uompauy, aud leaves (oi fjethbrldgo the ibrat of tbemoiah where tte has accepted a posi'tioii, with 'th'ti lietlvbridge Brewing and Mai'tiiJrg Company. Mr. Fairchild has been a resident of Fernie for sev-.;iul .v^'ui'b, and has mads a great many friends who will regret his de-pai'turu. 'lUie iral times. Mr. McL�an is also well known, and much respected, and will receive the beai-tfelt sympathy of his friends in Pincher Creek, iu his sudden and great bereavement. Mrs. Shot-pe. on aged lady, who came here Sunday night from Sas-katchewwi. m'Umdi'ug to go south Monday morning to visit relatives In Idaho, has been detained by U. S. Agent Petci'son, who would not allow her to go across tbe border, on the ground that she would be a care upon tlKs country. i'he old lady thinks she is being ti�at�d unjustly. She ulaiina hei- trip to i'dabo was merely for a visit. She says she has rtilatives there who are able to take care of iter. She is remainiiyi bere until her sister arrives. 'i'he Oddfellows bail laat Friday was an unqualified succaes. fivery-body present, and there were fully sixty-five couples, report having enjoyed bhemselves to the utmost. Oliver's Hall was taotefuity decorated. Medham's orchestra consisting of A. U. >>cdbaw, piano: A. Hosel-ton, ciai'i'iiwl; Al'J. Smiiii, i>iccolo; Mr. G-aacoe, violin, and Mr. Rose-basky, coronet, furnished delightful music. As usual, with the Oddfellows, the supper served was up to-the highest standard. The ladies, who very graciously waibod on the tables, wore Mrs, W. Morris, Mrs. Voun'g'lHisiiaii'il. Mrs, J. Stafford. Mrs, Lambe, Mrs. W. Scobt, Mrs. Rose and Miss A. Niven. Divides mankind inio two qlasses-The Sheep and the Goat-Lethbridge sni divides them into pairs innlim-erable, such as the wiso nitin and the fool, the sqitare man and tlie crook, tlie knock-j and the booster, the contented man and the scranibhsr into society, those who buy at .Sage's store and those v.lio don't. 'Niitl' said. Oome^in, out of the "don'ts." Do you know what you are niissingf. Prepamtory to extensive alterations iii our store interior we are almost Giving Away many lines in Stationery and Fancy (Tloods,^especially China and Japanese wares, Yon know that there is not u cleaner, newer or better kepi stock in Alberta, conseqtiently you cannot buy any colled' out rubbish. We must iiave room, and you will help us make it. We also want dollars, aifd we're not ashamed to to deny it. >M..............8 Diamonds Are not Like Anything Else Tiiey never wear out, ' wear off, get old, have to be repaired or sold for junk a They are the most profitable iiivestuiont you can make for adornment. What else can you buy and wear ami then turn back to the siiuie fellow for cash, less ten \iot cent.'? We siive you a big per cent, on the piircliase price, too, and find it makes us lots of dininoiid business and enou^l) profit to satisfy us also. Let iis figure with you on any sii�e or quality. R.A. WRIGHl The Jeweler ROBERT SAGE THE PICTURE FRAMEK You Need them in Spring Time Builder's Hardware Miner's Supplies Carpenter's Tools Blacksmith Supplies Bar Iron,, Etc. ^ C. W. GRAY ^ THE HARDWARE MERCH.iikWT TELEPHONE 66 o'cro:o:o:o:oxxo:o:o.oloToAo,olo:oioAo. No Money In Delay IfYbawish to Invest in Town ProperCs^ Now il tlie tim^ for Doubfing your Money Corner Lots, Brunton St............................ $120 Inside lots, Brunton St..........................  �   .*100 3 lots Smith st.. Block 31, for.............. ........�3000 3 lots, cor. Fold and Smith, Brick Block............. 16600 10 lots, Westminster Road-------...................... t20 4 lots, 60x125, and cottage, Westminster Road........fllOtt 3 lots and cottage. Round st......................... $1100 2 lots, cor. Glyn and Redpath sts....................16500, 4 lots Courtland st................................. 1 lot and Cottage, Redpath St....................... I65() 4 lots Ford St., Block 62............................ 1225 JIMMY FAX AGAIN Hear the Funny Fax at : Oliver's - Tomorrow Night USUAL PRICES. PLAN OF HALL AT HIGINBOTHAM'S DRUq STORE Jobn U. Fink is leaviag Oraa- brook. AM, arem, ot Cranbrook.. will take up hie reii'lence to Bdmootoa. Sergt. Itaykin: dC ICacleod, 1b the new R. N. W. M. P. oOoar at Otares-holm. Sonator I^oughesd, of Uatgaigr, chosen to lead tibii C!on�crva*tveH n ''] the Soasfts. ' ,',.I*!''',.,;,'J' Calgary ia planning to lay twMrt|(-'''V''^: Diiloa of Roncroto sldowalks^l^lMaMvril miles of waiter pipe, and sis sewwr ttiis year. m m ;