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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta  4 An order id Council has i won ]|>ol�*. -niont ns Hherriff lit.also Kti#*.uUjJi assume his duties nt once, Waoi Jollyr Wnn a Jolly? J\ Tumoull, general muiiagei* or the hunk, of ligniiiiuii wan hero, recently und 11 1h now ru mured that ho has on vluw the cstuhlishuiem. oi a branch uf thai bunk iioru. Ul A A MENS BOYS WOMENS ALL Men's Ruin Proof Coats from.....,............................... Boys9 Ruin Proof Conts from..................................... Women's ttnin Proof Coats ut each.........................$3.00, All. wort!) more money but we have too many OUT THEY If .you need a rain coat here is a bargain for you t.15 2.90 6.00 THE A 4 i Ulllospie, who is ut prostMil assist.ng ih\ Mowburn ut JLci-huridgu wilt proi.a.dy return hero shortly and go into partnership with JJr. Ilewe�son.-i'uitfhor Creek Keho. The apple crop in llroi'kvillc, Out., xa a complete failure, utw orcharu thai lusi year produced two hundred mure** Una year wilt nut hear sui-ucicni for family use. Alms I'nrlotl, lute maimer of Oil* I'tnchur Creuk oust ollhv, bus taken a position on thu local s-tuif. She will bo in charge of (lit- Savings Hank and Money Order departments. dvO. Mncleod Miipuriivteiidcut. of Ihe railway mull service, will siron^- I *' ly ur^e the lloard of 'I radv to atri-tute fin* a dully mail sorvliv be -iweeti here and C'oiitt* ami Ureal trails. The. members of the Poultry As Hoclutlon ure request i*d to m*vt u( the lire hall tonight ut eight o'clock to consider the udvisahllity of eh* tnblishlng a poultry fattening elation here. MJhs Mcarns of Owen Sound, rived In the city last week to charge of the \thlte school. Itohinson, iho *' teacher year haw taken the Provn for thin term. nr -take M iSH there h.st selum! Don't Fofeet To treat yoW seed wheat with Blackberry Cordial Formalin ltd A large, fresh supply of the full strength article t just received. JOHNSTON'S DUro STOtlti Mneleoil j on to l* mtotitotr Watch Kcan'a Ad. Mrs. (.'lass went to .Monday. Major lte!eher went on Monday. Mrs. It. K. Sherlock to Mritish Columbia. V. W. Mnquire and wife ure sp.md ilig this week at Frank. Wild Strawberry Compound have become standard reinediea in utmost every household especially during August and September.. J.D.HiginbothamiCo Family and Dispensing ClteuiMt llinry Mncdonnld of Sew York city \h on a visit to \\'h Mister. .Men. A. Mont hard. The two men charged with attempt itlg to blow lip John Kcot-t's bolide conn* up on remand to-inorrow. I'rbana (III.) Courier.-The recitations by Mas I'nderhill were htu�,>y hits. At Wesley Church to-morrow rtviming. Champaign (Ul.) Herald. � Whitney accompanied by her brother, Frank Mutton, Mayor of Grand Forks, 1VC. went to Ontario Sunday night to visit relative*. She will V*1 away for a-hnut six weeks. Harris the rancher. lias the An fnthAn, with tin* fctyllth nanw of Kaglo Tall Foathnr. mado a nuisance of hlmflolf on the fflroots l��t wcok. .lustlco Humphries Aned him 9)0. Another Indian, Itnnold Cnm* rose hroko one of tho windows In Oon. Honk'ft store and vnmcMlosod. lie war cnught, Jallccl and rtnwl $10 and ordered to "square" with Mr. Ifutik for tho window*. A good Mixed audience listened to tho concert provided by Mis* liahl vocalist and Miss Ulna Smith, pianist, nt Oliver's Hall Inst Thursd,, Many of our music critics declare + the programme provided to have been one, if not tho best, ever heard In this city. Miss Dahl possesses magnincent voice ami Miss Smith li [wi m�n necoun^dished pianist. F.. T. Gait, president,^. M. Knrt-ton, managing Director, It. A, Mmiih, Toronto, and .John Gait of Winnipeg, directors of tho AlliorU KttHway and Irrigation (?o. cntm to the city last Thursday on the private car "Lethbrirtge" and spent a ouplo of days here and inspected the properties of the Company. They went as far north as Carjtston. I, o. Macleod of Vancouver, .superintendent of railway mall icrvlce, visited the city on Monday, lit! invest lifted some of the complaints ni regard to the poor mail Aort'lcc. Uo also went south to the boundary line to acquaint himself with the conditions on the south line and to ascertain the need if any, for a mail car between here and the boundary. The marriage took place lust Thursday evening at H.JMi o'clock of F. Cooke, proprietor of the City ttukery andMiss Dunlop of Macleoi. daughter of .lohn I)unlo|�. Iiiiniigrnt-ion agent at Fernle. The ceremony was t being manufactured. It will arrive shortly* Before the long nights set in I will open a circulating . w copyright novels on a plan which should prove satisn^tory ill round. % Preparatory to this I am throwing await * "* of books at eye opening prices to make shelf roo see them, Don't buy if you don't want to. What about / r THE PICTURE FRAMER i V - Dominion Express Money Order Agency.  ^ �^-1 rfj V V 1- 4- .--+ .A . " + mm Double Cylinder^ Double Acting Hand Force Pu Howell -M ,s e (*H.v on Tuesday niKht. Jtev. C. J^atlley has ri*turnett fnnn a >%iJoum in Itritlsh Columbia. ChnmpaiKn (III) News.- 4lerliilCs rendering of the Song" was exquisite. At Chin rh ti>-iuorri are askisl for the collect -ion of mud from four post oilhv I A. K. Humphries and .less** Wal-'-""'ker will aitend the Ore chief's con-Sw in J| volition at Calvary. W^l.�y j yU.H v u K x�tir�� entertaii^l at bridge In honor of her K(|e*t, \ti*s. U. K. Heiuelryk on Haturday i�v.�n-It was a charming' alTnir- The lio\es to be located in town, one of I)�m in the North Ward. Mrs. Cherry. Mr Toronto Mail Queenio McCoy dn.vs week i>n of spent a cottptc duys ia (^algary th m wiHak. llur\�'Sters an* Indite puiol^aw hi^b as S.'I.Of) a tlay in Manitoba,. S. II. Harrop and wife of Magrtth were in ila� dty for the fair. Mis. Ilenson will t-oftdifrt (he b.i^j-ness of her deceased husband. K. C. Haines of Pincher Cnvk is in charge *if the elrvutor hero. Itostimi t)p..ia (*,,. Uj|j jf, 4I|J Sept. f�th. for one ni^ht onlv The oIIWvk of the ltn*wing 'Co. nre now li>cate�| ut the foot of Ford St. 1.. M. loluistone ai,| win* ivtur>it*d fmm Uie Pad Tie Ctiast on Saturday last. Miss Katie Uo.v bft (in Mundny to attend the Normal Sthtnit at Calgary. it. II. Owen of the i). \v. Kerr Co. is back in the city and will tie h.*n* for n month. ik I lie iv- Mrs. McKHbip of rtiiynmmL �uest of Mrs. Kirk ha in. She turning from Oanbrook. Mrs. .1. |{, Anderson, (lijih fCiver and Miss Inincan. Wlimi,^, UIV Kiiests of a. r. Vlu.rvv Mi Hendricks has bought llev \irt>S>*'s new csidence on Coujrtland St. Miss! Taylor, who has lnvn tho KUi-st of Mrs. (Pr.) (^ampliell, has ret una **� Tals'r. Chief Census Comm'ssloni-r Mc-Phail figures Alltertu's population will tola i IHO.nOO. Miss \. IWgin, Miss C. Shart-n and Miss A. Jk'im-rH, an* visiting at (Nonts and' Sweet Orasfi, Mtmtana. Mr. Nesbittl ut the Merchant'K Hnnji Niipinka. \u \s In the city last week a guest at *.hu honai of Major Ik'l- cher. The mintage roWfMin^es huvo �ll amalgamated hut John Brodl* Mtlll at {l*y Ohuivh to-morrou? H't^ning. wweh ice as y ou require every day. "The Kinilo llia IH!t town Wrtlnewlny for U'lhbndge. Ing. |�ri/e wlnnei's were Hemelryk ami Mr. Iliichanaii. Dr. Shoop's UestoratiVf. (tnhU*t. oi Ihpild form) is a cmistitutional. nerve tissue tonic. It bring* renvw-inI strength, hiMlng niikhitlon ant vigor to Weak, Ufe!e4H Woliuii. by �i. 1). Iliginbotham *^ (*o. Miss Stewart, who Iiiih Ihhmi C. W. t J ray's guest, is nuw in gary M lss Tin miy. M rs. i S re> h Sold I Mi-Cal sis t��r. will jtdu here there next m'*h*U and they will vis.t Manff. l*efon? re turning to their home in Snginnw, Men. Ue\. Or. Neil of Westminster church Toronto, pi-eaehed �n Knox chilivh Mr. Smith is Interested in Urn Sunday. His iliscoirses delimit const ructhoi work. i�� tUIM'h Pa | mm* At W�*sley Chunb on Sunday the pastor will occupy the pulpit at ooth services. Subjects: ii a.m.. "Christ inn Comfort." 7.MO p.m.. "Wanted a Man." The V. It. Howmau agency has sold two lots on Courtland St. to John It. Macdonald and four lots ou the Pud estate, London road to P. \\ liar tun, i i a Though the season had not opened four well knoan local young men an-�i\t>. She was acromp.tnie�l by \lisn Mora who after remaining at the CoaM 'dtb her mother f*�r llogers, \tlautir t Tin* U. W. Kerr INi. brought in a Iti S I'roud of land stokers last �veek at, d u lot of laud at Warner was ' The dm toiMi of. Another croud wdl I e ] Miss Kie\er was romlucted ut attend WKot Jolly? funeral ser\ice of here  n*��t r �vk Ve a few week*, wdl go t�� Toronto to Miss Veal's school. What's Jolly? the iate �lie by Itev. .1. F. Hilghsoii. The nmiainN wew taken l�� Hopewell Hill. N IV. u�r inter- Mi's Ktever iiml IU*ti Kiever j Metlmdist �buivh "Hon* Si�w�-She has a reiimrU - i ^ cU'ar ^weel voice of great com- � pass, nl.iich gives evidence of thor* j utent. ough cSillivutr.^1. At Wesley Chuivh! acciim|.anie.l them. to-iiuiri %�w evening. i A .la|�iJ|^' p-iiileman was In iln hW the past week looking Thursday evening last In honor their guests. Mr. and Mrs. C. 10. Wood of Heglnn. Kuchre was play ed and a most delightful evening was enioyed. F.lght tables participating. The prl/e winnors were: ladles. Mrs, Mngrnth. IrI: Mrs. Cherry. 2nd; gen-l lemen, Mr, Cony I �ea re 1st, Mr, Wood, 2nd. Mr. C. Wilmot fttrathy of Id lino n-toii. now manager of the*Canada Permanent honn Co. for Alberta, hus l�ec;i appointed by the Xorth American l.lfe Assuranru Co.. as manager of their loan department for the west, and will have Ids nead-tpmrtcrs In Winnipeg. He will inter upon his new duties on , Heptcmiter I.". Mr. St rat by is Well known in (.of hhrldge. Itev. T. 0. Iluchamtn. ati|ierinten -dent of Meihodist Missions in Alberta, occupied the pulpit of a'eH- ! ley church on Sunday evening, rhouuh he liail much to do with the eri*ctlon i*f the ihtm'h hcn�, It was the Arst occasion he had preached in in it. Ou Saturday Mr. llu*-*�anan paid a visit t�> TalM-r and on "Sunday morning he preached at Voting's and In the afternoon ut Coaldale. While in the dty he was the guest of U ,\. Jluclmnaii. The funeral of the late W. rt\ lien-sou i*n Saturday last was � largely alt nded. The service at the house was conducted by Kev. J, S. Phlv-ers. Interment took place at the Church of F.nglund cemetery. The pullltcarcrs veiv W. C. Simmons. M. P.P.. IS. II. dohnston. II. K. Sherlock. .1, II. Fleetwoml, Max Domild-son ami Itobt. Itipley. Mrs. Ilenson reached the city Friday night, Mrs, lllalr Itipley was hen* for the Mineral ami will remain for some time. ; At the barracks last week, the! men v ho partiripnttsl ai the frac.is. : mentioned in last week's llerahl. uere dealt with as follows: .Mike Ueorge for resiwiing arrest, two umuths hard labor. Mike VaseluaK. Sr., Mike Vaselnak, Jr., Steve da -gin, for obstructing a |m\uv oinrwr, two monihs hard labor, d. .laim.mi was Aue�l $|o, Mike Sakas $20. .1. IViruiii Sl��. and l.i/y.'e Ihigla r.Vi and cos-is or him months hard tabor on I he same diargv. I.i//ie Hagia was given four months in which to the fine. ^ _____^ . rA ^ Its Special Festurts Are: The only pump nmnufncinretl that has no leatlu^r suckers nml retjuin^s no packing or pneked joints of nny kind. Always primed, for shallow or deep wells, mnpie handles, adjustaW# rods, onsy working, never freezt's. fhene pumps nre the most stitisfnetory |)um|)6 made, throwing double tin1 Amount of wnler with the same as any of the so-mlled double-acting force pumps. Bv placing the cylinder and rods on opposj to sides of the pi|x% they are perfectly bnlnnopd, thereby wiving linlf of the power1 as the weight of the rods uenr y equals the weight With ono of thesd pumps in your well or cistern you have a home (ire engine, as they can be made ready in on* minute by a simple attachment for connecting a hose, to throw a continuous stream of water. I have also stock pumps that will throw 80 gallons of watet n minute. These pumps to bo used in wells not eioeeding 20 ftHt in depth. Cistern pmni>s of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. By giving me tho depth of your wells I will fit up any. ot the above pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc., so that any Crsoii can install them. I will positively place my guarantee ck of all pumps sent out. Special prices tocountry merchants'. r I r- t L - T r % �y * - - � of the water. f " THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 ^�� Xo. 1-4S0 ucrr; irrigated farm. I> miles from town, \ mile from school house. This farm is admirably situated close to market und close to school. The land is easily irrigated und well supplied with latternls, fenced and sub-fenced, a good reservoir holding water the year round, 200 acres under crop. 25 acres in hay, first-class house, barns and outbuildings. The improvements mid machinery are valued at $1200. which will be included in the sale at S2ti per acre. The yield of wheat less year was -l."> bushels to the acre. This is a bargain and will double in value in a short time. If you wish to buy, buy quick. Xo. 2.-A tine Boarding House, location on Ford street, 2 blocks west of post ottice, the best location iu Lath* bridge. Price $2l*U 7rr^rov rc )io;c );o;q;oiq:o;o;oTo,o1q.oioiq � i All | ttjwms hnvlu*g accounts a-1 city wit gainst ifcn Lethbri 'ty0 ,UI(' Ihstri't j over tht Agricult i *r4il Society t- de It" i- le left  l||ln t,,is Ul11 W H llouU ami uiie, who Buster Brown Overcoats t'assie wiJI remain ihuru as a eat at MTil's college. ha Ve Mir Wallace ajnd Miss Kllle Walla'*'*' for San rVaiiciKm this wc*.V- Mls�, . | Itccn the guesls of Ilea. lloliK nearl> a month ivlurneil to il^nis on TiH-sday. They ihinh high ly �if Soutliiu-n AI�m�iia and and Blouse Suits fof small �oiilh a'(h The Weslt�y church Kpwiirth U�a *xu' has nlecScil Mrs. |�. M. t'ampl^.'l. rtrst vice-prasident to succeed It. M . , Iiwl .bsuat- Clarke, removed. Airs. K. X. Wale- \\^�Z .....m.ry l�r all ly was elected secretary. I Mr. and? to >k them |')ii>lugraldis of They will t hey a re Boys at are infant G. a J OHfJSTON'S Mrs. Kidiraim IhXou mourning the Iosk of tlndi son who died on Tuesday evening. The interment took placu today. He v. .1. K. Ilughsou tdUciatiug. Kanners tttt�ntiou. w-�urili in Missouri. A. \\. Foley of the PepuHllb'nt Unh - For sale cheap. 'Hires steal tnnk�, Just the thing for a wtttnr Imrrel. t'apucity Horn l5tK,HHto1 tu'ao UnrrelH. Apply at the l^th -bridge Ibevvcry. liobort Melviu of Uuelph. pivsidmt of the Mutual Ufa of Ontario. ami (Jeorge Wegenust of Waterloo v%v retary of the company were iu the! city on Monday und registered at tlas nallau. They were neeompu-iiei| by Aliss Melvin and Mrs. WegtmtM. |TheMutuul Life owns $:hi.otut worth of LuthbriUg�3 debentures. t >Hr. of %griculiuu( is bark from lb* �iiys thu fair was a ibe receipiH I eing one mf ieater than *�ver bofora re - bridi. v uttr. great ibird t, cetved. Mr. MMchell, chief weed in- vvho accomimuied Mr. Foley ivnmmed .i� inspect the forestry plantations.^- Kdmonlon Hulletin. The private' * - v -� - r ;