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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Picture Postcards A Beautiful New AMortment in J. j. JOHNSTON Druggiit Stutioiier J A GOLDEN For those who require ad- vice regarding the treat-' inent of their hair and scalp. A representative of StvtA Suihirlftftd is now here, Call uud have a free coiiBultation with kr Win. Grant, preach at the SuiMkkjr.. Elleu Jobuson, oi Upoal, S wedeu, lA. vbiting siaur, Mrs. surveyed at Ke- J. D. Higinbotham co. TeUpKone49 Night Bel! 0 Hear tree planting is goiug on about town. Bock, beer out next wntk. bridge Brewing Co. Dou't forget to try 'hock beer next week., ijothbridge Urewiug Co. Are you prepared lor rain. Ltaiu coats at 112.50. 2 Mattf. Fax hi couung again. To- morrow uitfbt at Oliver's Hail. Alias Word, of Craubrook, is visit- nig with Mrs. G. E, liauielryk. Hear i'ax, 'the funny man, tomor- row night, ami have a good laugh. 0. ii. X. Conuell'B nurvey party started for Ghin Coulee yesterday. T. Itock, stock inspector, Liittlu Bow, was at the Arlington on Tues- day Chas. Moore afid C. A. Calder, Maple Creek, were in town this week. The newest in Jao. !J blet- sou Still Hats. i'rice, Peter MtiP'liee, Tabor, was iiitowa this week oa his way from a trip to Utah. We can supply you with all utuple shapes in Jno. B. Stetson Hats at Aid. Adauis disposed of his dandy black team to J. Fuiaaer lor a fancy figure. A. B. Stoney aod son, from from land, have bought some land near We will haveMjock beer on tup-next week. Letbbridge Brewing 6s Malt- iug Co. J as. A. McLean, the well known miner, has returned from a trip to Scotland. once, a good general servant. Apply to Mrs. J. D. inbotham. C otistable of Iteginu, hj been added to the'force of tbe R. N W. JL P. here. An extra pair of trousers See our range at and The 2 Macs. Kev. J.iE. Hughson aitteuding ihe provincial Sabbath school con- vention in lied Deer. .1. Stewart, C. E., Dominion Ir- rigation Commissioner, Calgary, was in town on Tuesdai'. to Harness aod Try A. Easloii. 10, Walton Medicine Hat. Another shipment of Spring Cloth- ing at 2 Macs. Ohanibermaiu wanU-d immediately. Apply at Windsor Hotel. A atitch in time saves nine. Never to late to Mrs. Frank McMullen, of Frank, is on "a visit'to relatives here. U. A. Wright spent u portion of this week in Fenrie on busiuees. Call up Transfer Co., Ltd., lor good nay Uapt. Duauc, of .fcl-aylw- Creek, is going' an operation at -liie hos- pital. Wiii .kripps, .of. the Circle ranch, has returned from a trip across bowler. Hums Co.; subscribed for the relief of the San Francisco sullerers. iiiss Etta lluUtou eutortaiiKX some oi her youuy- friends a part} on Saturday. Mrs. Cherry enter-taiued on day evening'in honor of Hies Ward of Craabrook. Ernie West, of A. Southard's, join od C. 11. .N. Council's surveying pariy yesterday. There have -been several lively run in -town lately, 'but no siuioub dauiage reported. The Lcthbridge Bivwing Co. au hounce -that they will have bock beer on sale next week. C. B. Bowman sold three lots on Dulleri u. streot east to' Mr. tiillespie. of the Co. lu another column Fairfield Bros, announce they have strawberry and raspberry plants for sale. JLethbridge, on Easter evening, April 14th, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Truswell, a For new four-roomed cot- tage, 'two on Argylii Trice B. Bowman. The Court of Heviaion uaiet 'thiJ oth- er eveiiiug, but did not make any chaugee in tlw assessment. Thos. E. Tennant and P. H. Buck- Icy, two well-known ranchers from Coutts in town this week. Mr. lloscock has disposed of his Jukt received by eipreta, uuoLher ahipnieat of J. B. SWUou'b iiats. The 2 Macs. Ur. and Mi-b. Coaybeare, while iu Calgary Last week, were of Mrs. J. JSiblock. F. Leouaixl, who is living .son at >thu i'iegan reserve, was iu town laai Saturday. t George Hogers hau purohaiiod the business of the Co. at Hayuioud and Magrath.' T. Odmark has secured the contract building 'the touce ai'ouud the 'uew A'thletic Urouoda. Tlve Oddfellows will attend at K.OOX next Suixiay liance, -two ol it the location of the Keliauoe Coal Miue. Miss iiyscox is'leaving for .Vau- caouJxir Honolulu, 'whence she will -sail with a luan'iud bister for Scdtlatid. liev. J, E. Hug-hson couducted a at Coaldale OIL Sunday alt- Ue a lai-ye and apprec iative aUiUeace. The eldest'daughter oi J. A.'Turn bull, of the Irou .Works, was i'r'oiu a severe attack of pueum'onia. Wallace aud .have a- new juusical instrument in .their ntore 1 that is Worth seeiug. it is cat tod a all the aj.pear- once aud a good-deal of the 'totuj of 'a piauo. it is operated by -and cost >700. when itev. A. M. Uordcxu .will irom sale peopl The lilack Spring Valley, school district has -been authorised to bor- row for school, grounds, well j aiwl feuciug. itev. G. J. C. White's auotioo takes place oil Tuesday4 May; 1st, and Jiot Monday, as announced, in' itev. A. M. (Joixiou at abor ou. Suuday. His pulpit bwe as'very by Bev. Li. Shearer, of Tabor. Mr. Pattou, Who took Mi-. Ureeu- ood's place as C. U. baggage- au here during the illaess, as returned to Cranbrook. Chief i'arry is ou the rouiids ord- people to clean up their back ards. it is iiaportant 'that, th-is should be done at ouce. Fred tioouey is having the litire exterior the 'Arlittgiou 're- painted. Fred believes in having his IOUSL; looking bright and neat.. _ J. the Bole Drug Co., Calgary, formerly a.U'av- eller for the fiiin, died in Calgary. He had many friends in Lethbridge. Miss Belcher c-ixtertaiuod a number of friends ou Monday evening at a delightful euchre party in. honor oi her guset, Miss iiobson, of Winni- i ilrb. Thos. Bemier was much cou- cei'ued over, the .safety oi her s.sier, Mrs. J os. Collius, ol .San Francisco, but a letter received- yesterday from iALra. Collijis reported that-they hau disaster: She says 0. Koohinr; from up sonw land north of here. Vr. U. Fairfield ihformwd the Her- ald on Moixlay thai alfalfa and wiu- ter whoat; were looking splendid, ing several 'inches' above ground, jiriag grain''sown early is also up, The ever -funiiy J Fax, aaaistod by Miss Alliughoiii, vioiluist; Miss Parrutt, vocalist, aud Mrs. listen Kiyue, pianist, contributed a splendid prograiiiiiie at the concert .u Oliv- er's Hall laat Saturday evening. There u good crowd present, ami all the uunibers were well re- ceived, Mr. F.ax beiog repeaUKlly on- cored, Trades and .Labor Council is boomriig '-these days. Already five trades are ..with it, -tlie lat- est additions .being teamsters ami laborers unions. The laborers union has a big membership, aud of- ficers are: President., H- .Wilson; Vice- Presideut, it. Bowlby; Secretai-y- Treasurer, Wm, Cawdrou. "The of- ficers of the teamsters are M. M president, uud C. Blake, secre- tary-treasurer. HOLY Divides mankind iiiio two Sheep and the subdivides them into pairs innum- erable, such as the wise hum aud the'fool, the square man and the crook, the knocker and the booster, the contented rnan and the scrambler into society, those who buy at" ''Bage's store and those don't. 'Null' said. Gome out ot: the "don'ts." Do you know what'you are Preparfitory to-extensive alterations Li our store 'nlerior we are almost Giving Away many lines in and Fancy China and Japanese warojs. Yoii know that XX there is not a cleaner, newer or better kept you cannot buy room, and you help us' aifd we're not ashamed to I W S. Fairohild has i-esigued his the city is terribly wrecked, auu the Lbl ..position as" secretary toe iort L i people are irautic. J ohu iierroii, who has been visiting 'her-daughter, Mrs. Jainie- soii siutxj January, is'reported to have been ill to have'uudergoue a slight Her -friends will glad to know' that she is rccovai-- Creek Echo. Ou Sunday morning at Church the pastor will preach a special senuou on ''-'The Pmoleui of Suffering." will' take up the question often asked: "Why are sia sulieriag and calamities permiut- ed in a world ruled by a Uo'd of wisdom 'and Today is -the anniversary of tha foundation, of the Oddfellow's Order. A. E. Humphries returned. ROBERT SAGE THE PICTURE PRAMER v v Stecle Company, and loaves lor Lcthbridge tJieJlmt of tlie mouth where he has accepted a positio-u with "the lAjtii'foridgo Brewmg ,aud Company. Mr. Fail-child has been a resident of Fernie for sev- eral ami has a great many friends who will regret his de- parture. The Ledger wishes every iiev. G. -J. C. White was in Brand- on last week attending meetings of the Baptist College aud Home Mis- sion Board, of which-he is a meui- A large addition is being built the college, and it will for a ladies' school, aud will be in cliai'ge of a very competent priucipal, is now taking a course in a A W. Humphi-ies, of .Parkhill, Ont., brother oi A. E. Humphries, J. P-, been elected president ox the Re- tail Hardware Association of On- tario. A couple of young men from Oan- anoque. were hei'e last week wilih the ooject of starting a furniture store, but as they could not secure a stand they left town. Jon Fred Turner boasts of 'tdie Magrath-j ar. district as a .fruit raising region. On Monday showed the Herald some magnificent samples of gooseberries, and raspberries raised by J. B. Mor- ris, of Magrath. H. Selk Co. have kit Stirling; witih 24 teams n.o break laud at Coaldale. Already several outfits are on the ground .'putting iu the crop, aud Stii-liiig will soon ;be depopu- "last week iroui 'the east with her liule ue whose were to -death early in the year a fire that destroyed -vheir home x a Manitoba farm. Good potatoes for sale .at the Vesteru. Wai-ehouse and Transfer Co. E. J. Cook aud ll.il. Clarke, who came here from Oat., 're- cently and. established the Eden poultry larui u- miles soutih of town, -built a house and poultry sheds. "-They-have 200 fowl on their ranch are going into the -business, on an extensive scale. Mrs. White, of the W. C. rl'. U., gave a most iiiteitstijijj ad- leftding school in. Gei-maay. Mr.' White says a student or pastor will be placed in the "Pats' towns. The Barnes coal mine, four miles north of here'has''been disposed of to some speculators, who at present are keeping their names in the back- ground. The purchasers gain .con- trol of 431' acres ol surface and min- ing-land. The Barnes mine has beeu tui-uing out 30, tons a day, but .the owners expect to soon. triple this output. Extra men will also be au'd a put in. The change occurs'next-month. The Pincher Creek Echo, referring to the death of Mrs. A. J.. McLean, says: ".Mrs. ilcibeau. was very well You Need them in Spring Builder's Hardware Miner's Supplies Carpenters Tools Blacksmith Supplies Bar Etc. dress at the' Epworth league service Frkiay These always rni.-etimj THE' HARDWABE MERCHAN T TELEPHONE 66 loibwii. here, -and much beloved -by, all next Friday evening will be the monthly and a .good 'time will be -had. The meetings" are open to the public. p. Burns, of has taken a lease of the late Judge G.lie'illy's house on the gorge m Victoria, B. j G. The house, which is "one of the, most charming in.' the capital, stands who knew her.. Two years ago was uhe guest, for sevei-al monf-hs. of Airs. A. ii.: "iiorden, and since her marriage to Mr. McLeau over a year ago she has. visi-ted her friends here several times. Mr. .'McEean is also kaov.'ii, and much respectod, and will receive the heartfelt sympathy of his friends 'in Pmciier Creek, iu his: sudden and _ great bereavenwnt. au agod lady, who ili-s. ahai'pe, purse containing money; house' aaci three lots on Ford street, through the C. B. Bowman agency. owner must prove IHguibotham's Drug Store. Nate Bowser, of -che Lrfttle Bow, has been confined in the hospit- al for some time, is improving Peter Ashcroft and wife 'have gone to the ranch at Eight Mile Lake, where bhey will remain until fall. Remember that the Western W house A: Transfer Co. give you as much ica as you require every day. A successful operation tor appen- dicitis was performed upon Constetble Kirk at the Gait Hospital last woek, E. U. Kylands beard from his wife in ,Los Angeles laet Friday. The earthquake did not do any damage there. A couple of men who disturbed a dance at Stirling, fined a dol- lar and costs each at tbe Barracks last Friday. H. is seici that the provincial lic- ense inspector will report giving one of 'the new 'hotels at Tab- or a license. Splendid Uound Street business lot for sale at' two-thirds its Apply O. S. Kniseley, Balmoral Ho- tel. x.: Maimger McMi eking.. of 'the Union E. S. Twomey, pi Duluth, Mimi. a practical business man, has ed lots at -Coaldale, and. will building operations at once, prepar- atory to installing a complete of hardware. On Saturday evening last itev. J. E. llughson united in marriage John just above the Point Kllice bridge.; came hero Sunday, night.from ilr. Uurus and his family will prob- to go spend the summer mouths .-at'.'Monday morning to visit relatives in beeu detained 'by .13." S. Agent 'petci-son, who would not ai- No Money In IfYouuwsh to Invest in Town Now is the time for Doubling Heirons and Miss Bmily Stanford, Bank, has had some trees planted on the Redpath street side of the bank. t old Indian told A. Easton the other "day that we were going to have heavy rains soon. We .hope his guess comes true. For storey house, and lots, on Westminster Road. Front- age 50 feet, depth 378 feet- Price, B- Bowman. Pearl Uogprs and coats for selling liquor without a license. A. 1C. Humphries beard the rase and imrosed 'the fine. Mrt Patchen's steam lift is now working at CoaldaVe. It is quite ,a novelty, and parties from Letnbridge have been out to sec it work. both The ceremony was celebrated at UK: home oC Al- frod Woodcock. Kev. Ci. J. C. White and Mrs. White expect to loave on May "tb to visit reiatives in the Provinces. Mr. White expects on his return to take up a Baptist pastor- ate somewhere in fche. west- Col. H. .1. Mackie was in town yes- terday on his way from spending the winter at bis home in Pembroke, Out., to his ranch at Milk River. The Col. received a hearty greeting from his many Lethbridge friends. A letter was mailed at Spokane, Wash., addressed to a conimercial at Hotel Dallas, N. W. T. The sender omitted the name this but the letter reached Leth- bridge in 48 hours from -the 'time it- was mailed. The Morris ilendricks Co. moved this house. Potatoes can be had from us at lie per pound. Western Warehouse and Transfer Co. 1. T. Sauiiders and wile are -back in town iroin their visit, to Cali- fornia. They escaped-'the earthquake sensation, 'having left the-State be- fore this occurrence.-They enjoyed sojourn very much, -but aro gla-d to get Uack: -to, Sunny Alberta again. Air. launders will go to Pincher Crook m a few days. Mrs. Ascroit eutertaiuod about forty-five of the young friends of her daughter at a birthday _ party at Ol liis A HYPOCRITE what is a boy wot conies t' school wicl a smile on face." iver's Hall- It was a very enjoyable aHair, and the'children are afcill -talk ing about the good -time they had A birthday cake, which bad been uecoratod witih candle bv H. Held, was much admir ed. Thu LJudsoa'a Bay building, with the exception of the liquor stor was movud on Monday t Smiih struct, at least the reai- eud of the building is now facing Smith street. The job was done w.-ihout a hituh. The liquor store will be mov- ed later. The Hudson's Bay. Co. is now on the best Lhorousrhfare, in low her to go across the 'border, ou ihe ground that she would be a care pou the country. The okl lady, links she is -being treated unjustly, he claims -her 'trip to Idaho was jierely for a visit. She says she has Natives there who are able -to take are of her. She is remaining here ntil her sister arrives. The Oddfellows ball last Friday an unqualified success. Every-1 body present, and there were fully sixty-five couples, report having eu- ibemseives to the utmost. Oliver's Hall was tastefully decorat- ed. ''.Nedham's orchestra consisting of A G. Neuhaui, piano: A. Ilosel- toii, clariuul; AH. Hniiih. piccolo; Mr G-ascoe, violin, and ilr. Kose- basky. coronet, furnished delightful music. As usual, with the Oddfel- 1-v-s. the supper served was up to- idic -highest standard. The ladies, who very graciously waited on tbe wore Airs. W. Morris.. Mrs. Mrs. J- Stafford, Mrs. Lauite, Mrs. W. Scott. Mrs. Rose and Miss A. Niven. Corner Lots, Branton Inside lots, Brimton St................ 3 lots Smith st., Block 31, for.......... 3 lots, cor. Ford and Smith, Brick Block 10 lots, Westminster Road.....-....... 4 lots, 50x125, and cottage, Westminster 3 lots and cottage, Round st...........- 2 lots, cor, Glyn and Redpath sts....... 4 lots Courtland 1 lot and Cottage, Redpath St......... 4 lots Ford st., Block tables, Bryan, principal of the Xormal School, and Mr. J. McCaig, vice- at the places: NONE HERE G. H. Johnston! And assistant make all so pleased that J they go away with a smile because of their willingness to show pretty designs in Laces, Embroideries, Silks Lawn and Zephyr -Waists _____DID YOU ASK FOR-------- CHENILLE CURTAINS WE HAVE THEM thoroughfare Mse. Alberta, branch and loaves shareholders acceding an offer made tonight, Sor Urantforxl, where he will through Newton and Davidson, of 'spend a couple of days Winnipeg, for a client. The narae of the purchaser ia not known. The purchase price covers all liabilities land book accounts due. The Aare- I receive more then par value (for tJieir before, proceeding to the Northwewt. During his four years' residence hero. Mr. Tranmer has made many who will join most heartily in ing htm every success in his new Iwtion.-Conrwall (Ont.) Standard, WRIGHI EWELF.R Hear the Funny Fax at [Olivers HOII Tomorrow Night IRPRIL. USUAL PRICES. PLAN OF HALL AT HIGINBOTttAM'S DRUG STORE 3 Fink is leaving Cran- Senator T.oughecd, of Calgary, chosen to lead the Conservatives AVrt. Green, of Cranbrook, take up his resirtence in Edmonton. Sergt. Deykin', is the uew R N. W. M. P. oflkcer at Claras- holm. will Calgnry is planning to lay miles of concrete sidewalks, miles of waler pipe, and six sewer ;