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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta The Cash Store Wc are receiving weekly choice Greamery : Butter Which we will retail at 25 Cents Per Pound Prompt Delivery Telephone 34 A. Macdonald & Co Lethbridge Alberta This Is the Season When iliorou^h cleaning; of yards should be kept up Chloride of Lime and Copperas For disinfecting purposes at JOHNSTON'S DBUO STORE A tOCAUniDGET. M'aWi-^Kenn'� Ail. All*. Carter ol Calgary is ilcarl. .loliii Rioirx 'is now locitted nt l.n- COIIll*. A. I{. Mi-aiiirc was in Afns>k' CnwU las-i. wvfk. J. Moo was a Afilk 'i'.iver tho Strawlierry Social nt Oliivcr'.s llnll tonight. The woi'k of fffntl'i'ng the now CI'. K. yards commenced yestci^lay. Mrs. John Stovel left ||>I)S. \^ W. Doug:i�� and J. Irsiino fii' Tahor, wcro in town Tmpm- Ali.'i.s Glnflys Oliver will spiMul tii.-snninier visiting relatives in Ijonilnn �.>nt. T. K. ratterson Ims 1�oen appoint -txi an agvnt for governnnjivt hail insurance. .)as. riorce wiHi his wife an:1 laiii-Hy left toi nwch ir.^ui' tlie Big Bow. Riligti'ani Y(l cotirt. here on Tuostlay. The License Coniiniss'ioners niot here on 'I'uesday anil renevvoi^tK .held here on Monday. A. .1. McLoun tool; u trip a liiin diwtl rniif.s nortih of Maple CiveU l.i.si Mrs. F. W. l>own>-r was up from Maple Creek fur a fev "luys iasl ww'k. 4^ -V post ollieo has lioen eslal>IishL>d from I'ppei Canada College. Mr. S.ilto.v of S't. Thomas is in town and will rt.'ninin in the viiinit.\ for .'lome time. Miss Wilson, rid'ge, on duly tst. \\m\. lo Mr*. W. II. Burns of Hlael^ Spring V'alle.v, a datighlor. Senator He \"e>l)cr vxfxiftn to be llonie iK'.vt week. He is at present on a visit to New Bruiiswiek. To llent, two comifoiMnlde furnlS''.\ -dd rooms, two doors we.'sl of Ccniriil .school. Apply Mrs. A. Wallace. 'JHk! enivngement of Ftoteher Bcodin. M.l'.l'. lor At/hifbasca lu tl�' ihaujfh -Iz-r of II well-known Angliea'ii missionary in the north is n'nnolineeid. MajorUurnctt. who has 'IveiMi aoling a-s coUeolor of cnstoms ait Miicleorl 'is back in town. Thos. ll'iggias, u Maeleod nwwi.'ha.s �l>een appointed cot Uiecior a'l t'lmt plaie. Sir. Iliggins uso*l to lie in the mounlcroposes to |nit in a waterworks �ysti,>m at Maple Creek. Council has '1>eo��n agent a't Sivirlitipg for some tin\e ha* gone to tlantts to 'take a |>osition as Cu.s-tonis Oflicer there 'during his fnltier'.y aib.s-ence. The funeral of tlie late .John Schweitzer took plaoe on SuiKlay and was coiwlticled by (i. U. Au.'^iin. The .sons aind son�-in-lavv acted a.s iiall-l�arer,s. II. 'J'. Oh'erry e.xpecis to iiKiku a trip to Ontario at tha eird of the mont'h. .^^ You can get the lies'l and mosit re- : li'ttble ibamesR at Horner and Hutch- i inson's. Ipholsterin'if of fuwiiturej, done in I4)e mo^�l up to dale an'd satisfactory manner. i Mr: K. Ilagell, Manager of the . Lethbridge News, was in town on f Friday Ki.vt. en route to his brother'.s ' rancii at Mt. View. Burimg hi.s brief { .sil'uy in town he paid the Star a ' vi.'^il, niMl was greailly surprised in; noticing fhd many improv-imenls which have iK-en mode since his last t'isi't here. lA'thbri'dge, he waid',, was building up fa.>,-t and was the coming ' city of Southern Alberta. The coal j .s'trike was not efleclingi t'he tra'do of { the ci'ty in t'he Ica.st. The coal com- j pany has no�' aliout 150 men work-1 i'i�g in the mines.-Caixisiton Star. ; ^ HISTORY ^ The roa'ds are tance lung from town; $!;.;��() per good, but t'h*f Miine.s Ui� is not. tile I ) � > So Ions as the workmen gel lite lien efiL of the rais.id !Ix'ent SuiKlay in the city the guest ' of lihe 'hu.nly recenll.v resi'gn'l'd ! the poai'tion of manager of the Ottawa Free Press. Mr. Wood is an ardiMit iHdiever in p�riilicl|y. 'J'lhi.? nierohant v'ho doe.s not adverl'isc his goo'ds and keep tlie public in' touch with 'biw ijtis'ine.s.M, i.s sooner or later dest'iiHKl i(o fall into tbe "has been" Mort'imor Priest, the well-known c'a.-.s. He tbinks Mr. Soutbaivl is ItarlKir. is loc�ted 'in new tjuarlers. f>'>" of the most progressive oiil sen He 'has lea^'d tihe ilmseinont of the sii4>le 'a"d waH much pleasoil with Ivjlh otw of the most up-to-date barlier I bridgvj and t.'hiinks it is bound to !�. Samson had a corner on the physical culture fad. He pfit^ *j, ronized a female barber, and the Philistines put the blocks ^ ' to him. �� Sage has sole agency for Lethbridge and district of the! New Scale Williams Piano Nothing untoward has happened yet, and nothing will. Come, see, and hear this instrument and be convinced THAT THERE IS NO OTHER ROBERT SAGE | Br. .lockiion noes to BanIT on Saturday to attond the IXnital convent Ion. C. 1?. tVilliam-son nnd tvife of Little Bow speift .sveral 'iVays in the oiiiy. iJr. McClure loaves tomorrow to iiltend tJu' IVnlnl; Convent ion at Ranir. There Is a proposal to wect a swimming bath at tiK- new a'lhljlic griiuiKl. W. C. Ives ]>urch.a!K!i:l eleven lots on Ut-dpat'h St. tbroiigh the C. B. Kowmain agency. .J. M. Higi'wbotham will 'attend a ineetiag of the Bharmacy Council in Banif next week. T'he links for tlie golf club have been laid oirt to the east of H. T. CJKrry s resi'di-nce. .Ies.se Fraser of Lacoiulie, was in town la.S't week and was varml,� gir. ..'ted by his ni'iin.x- fi-ieii'ds. o City ll:iUery. has taken up bis residence ut till  l{t�l randi near Macleo�.l. -Mis. .lobii Howard is goint; to Bl.tirnioiv: to remain some time with lifi- broi'lKfr-in-law. John Howard. Mi.Ks )fai'de Aildy wa.s rememlMjiod wit.h several handsome gflf'ts by her pupils at the close oi >l'he .sch.iol riu. It. \ iriue has purchased '10 feet fi'iHil'aK-' hothams ai>d w'ilt iiuii'd a two stoivy brick hou.'*!. After'the foo>lball match on Satur-lay. Mr. Freeman eii'tertained the Cal'gary ColblP" bo.>s ar tvinii's res-taiii'aiit. L-llvbridgie is to have street sprinklers. .VKI. Booley .sccurod them from the C.I'.B. in Calg'ary and they will Ih? hero .soon. .\ cons'igiiMnent of ilne.st suit ri'.s�'s and \uli.ses direct from nianui'lotjr -ers in MilW'UUkee have just arrivel ail A. I'^aslon's. It was F. W. Harrop, and not H O. Kilner, who Sivng the solo u*. the Methodist church on the occasion of the Masonic service. C'liii'f Carry .reported ilvis collect -ions for 'the niont'h of .funo to 'the t'ouiicil on Monday ntgih't follows, Licen.so.s .$96; Pound, $27.2.5; Bugs. .$2; Fiiu>s *42. Mrs. (Dr.) Galbraith and chiKlren go l':iast on S�iuf>day with F. W. OalbraiilT. Mrs. F. Wp. Oalbruilb will remain here for a couple of wHjks until the Doctor 'toc-s Kast. Jlr. McKeh-le of the Two Macs was thrown from a -step ladder while ad-iust'ing ail awning the otlior ctay. Hi' was rather severely hurt. He hn-gvae to Detroit im a vncation. Geo. .V. TiiompsoKi, late of .Moo.'+c .Tatv, has .joIikhI the Herald stall as Monoline operator. He is un Ontario boy aii'd giainnd his first knowlo'lge of lbo machine in Woo-dwlock, Out. Only one tender wns received by t'lie City Council for police unifurins. I't was fiom Vlutton tt,nd Bixon, who olt't-red lo nvake the suits with an xlra pair of trousers for ItS.'i eicb. They got the job. Married at 'the residence of H. \. Cropley, l.iethbridfec, Alta.. on .lune iit'h, lyoti, by the Rev. A. M. Oor-don, .lohn H. McDonald of Cl.vde .station, P.K.I., to .Sadie Birt oi r'eakes station, P. 13. I. The engia'gemont Is announctnl of MisB Gertrude lleeves, tlaugibler ri titc BiBh'Op of A'thoibasca and Mackenzie Hivei' district!!, 'to Btisscll Dannei-man, .S'torc .manager for the Hmlson's Bay Co., at .Mhu'lMsca I^ndiing. P. W. aalbraith otUtor of the f3u�lph Mercury, and one of 'tfvo best known of Ontario �news|>ai�r men is 9|>e�dintr the w(>ek in town o-s the 'iruebt of hlR brother. Br. Oalibrnith. Mr. Oalbraiih ia enthusiastic over liiP west, but still Uiink.9 Ontario is a good place to live. .1. ^f. Bender having rosignwl as .sub-ae*>nt heivs for bonninion Lnvids. .1. W. Martin came up fioin l.eth -bridge ^atuiHlay to iiia|N>ct the odir aot}ian> h�.s been i;|veii |>ermi.ss.iun to place ltt DeceniilJer. TWis is necessary in order tliat work on the new jio.st oHUo block may be carriod on. W. il. Marl/er has removeean. and Jones. L. P. Sullivan, the erudite and faithful manipulneor of the type st'it, in'g machine in ilhis oftice, wenti to tjcthbritige laal week lo put the ntachiiie In the ot'lier Herald in shafje. Mr. Sullivan speaks well of Ihe prairie mctro|iolis anul says Iha'l Lt"thl>rioi'i a.-C ranbrook Hei'a Id. 'i'be Herald had a chat with F. C. C�)oke. the new pi'o|)rietor of thg City Bakery^ the other 'da.y,. Mr. Cooke is a bright enGrgv>tiic .vou'ng man ami is planning to put the busi-no.ss on .such a footing that it will meet with the warmest favor of all hia customers. He i� already pre|>ar-fd to make Bomo iniprovementB, an-notisncemetvt of which will be made later. C. M. MacKae. of the live stock commissioner's departmctit OUawa. I>ahSod t'hrou'gh the city yesiteivla.v on his way to t)u'Ap[>olle ared Regina in connection with insli'Uito work'. From Itegiina Ik' will go to .'VIlH-rta and lx>ginnin'g with the fair 'at I^comlit>. he will act as jitdge of cattle at a large number of the provincial fairs, 'i'Hcluiling Cal'giary, Lcthibridge, Pin-I'her Crei'k and Prince Albeit,-W^in-nipeg Tribune. I'",. H. Teller, manager of G. F. & .1. (Jalt, Calgary, J. Home, iiitfinber of a wholesale grocery firm in Calgary ami brother-in-law of -Mr. FoinI of the Western Slatioiier.v Co. aiKl l{. C. .lardinc, manager of the A. Macdonald Co., IMmont'on nn oid Lt-ibbri'dge boy ,�pent la.s't t'ridaj' day in t'h'e ciiy and were eivtertaim-d while hei-e hy F. Colpman. W. Hcnnctt 'has been, appoi.ited slleward of the lOmiili'ie Club. Postmaster Uot4mm has just rceelved the first Ihsuc of t4ie new stniuiis to be usod in future on partially paid leitera. It has >beon the rule to siaiup tnnuffioiontly pavd lot-Utih with t'liv ivumibcr of cents want-�vl and to collect the amotint in cash. Tihe new sl'amps whioh 'are of I. 2. and .'> cent denominotionii will lie uKc^l in future doinff^A^vay with a lot of bookkeeping 'aiid accoimting iwtwveral postntastcra bimI t;he tX^pai'tment at Ottawa. 'The new si'amps are iiiKoli smaller thftn the ordinal'.) jiostag'e Staiop, bear their denomination in a �ing>Ie lar^ figure in the centre ifl place of t'he King'n h��ad. are of a ligJit mauve hue and of artistic d'-sigin. F. r B.vlands, manoger of the H II. Co. hi'i-c, has received notice from Coiniiiissioiu'i Ohipman of a l;oniis U\ the ConipiMivs employees. Mr. Cliip-n�an onclo.sud the following l..|toi-from Lord Sirathcona: It is with much pUvisuie I inform you on behalf of my colleagues wkI myself, that lyeins" desirous of marki'ng our ap -piV'r has the boaivls i'lvslructions. With sincere g'off.l W'i.'^hcs I am, Very truly yours. STBVTIICONA. y. I. Whitney, passongwr trafllc managkM of the Groat N'ortiherti, who was siiccee*^.! in that �>fllce by A.Ii. Craig, to his bumnoss associmteB, Mr, Whitney iomi>are9 the passenger j/usine.ss of the OreatJ Northern-dt-r-iii'g the .\�ir 1888, when ho went, into olfice, wilih tJle �am� bus^iness, t>artly estimated during 100(1, as follows: Passenijer train earningii, i�ne millinn eight hiMKlr^� an*! twont.'*--thrce thoiisatKl two hundred' nivd rix-ly one dolbirH and eigivty cents' in 188.S, ten milllion five hundred llhous niMl 'dollars in lIHMi; paKserigcr �train mileage, one inilKion thiico hundred a'ml sixt'.v-ttssei>sers carried one mile SBVonty three million ei'ght hundred and forty-nine thousomid one hundred and sixty-n'ino In 1888, thive humlrod and ihirty-fivo million six hun.lr�d Utouamd in 1906, a great centre. GO UP HIGHER. Part J, Cla.-s IV to Cl,,8s 111-A. Seaman. M. Yoiini;^, 1... Thomson, C. KIlyn, K. llamilton, V. Und.rwor.d, G. Scott. Class III to Class II:-.f. King.'^ton B. N'ivon, sr. .Jarvis, F. Virtue, K. Southard, H. Goodman. Class II to Class 1:-W. Bi.von, C. Al'thain, W. Sawchuk, K. Goodman, Z. Pipes. W. Thomson, A. Livingstone, W, Harvey, C. King, H. Kerr, Pi'imar.v A to Primary B: - M. O'Hs'gan. C. Bacon, N. Maclcod, C. Staffoixl, .1. McKay, O. Hyssop, M. Leek, H. Moran, (i. Anderson, H. Bavies. STAXDARB 1 PART II. Class HI to Class II:-L. Leek, L. Ott, F. Hetiderson, E. Truswcll, D. HoiNlcrson, I. McAdoo, I... Pairhurst, T. Pierce, E. Whilne.y, .J. Carmichael L. Durrell, E. Hutton, E. -Niven, C. Cockerill, W. Barr, M. Thomson. Class II to Class I:-H. .Johnston, E. Kunst. B. Young, J. Waddell, F. Hill, R. Bacon, L. McLennan, B. Scott, F. Hutton, F. CbUnban, J. Gillespie, L. YoU'n.?,�J. Mitch'MI, N. Grayshon, C. Proctor. Cla.ss 1 to Standard 11:-R. Sloan, F. McBiarm'.'d, Jeun Pipes, J. Bixon, E. Franii., W. Neldig, N. Urch. Part ir to Jr. II:-Arthur Oi"oene, L. Baldry. S. OiHespie, G. McBiar-inid. R. Macbeth, D. Marriott, F. Kingst'On, 1. Hutton, A. Show, Hend.rson, R. Lamb, B. Hutton, Frame, M. Davies, H. Morris. Moruu, A. Nmlc, Lila 'Cockeril, Hagcll. Jr. II to Sr. II:-Olodys Ott, Cbell, A. Strat'ton. R. Baldry, Schweitzer, L. Sick, R. Conytoeare, H. Stewart, Alice Ott, L. Perry, M. IIen';kison, F. Whitney, F. McNabb. .Ir. II to Jr. Ill:-H. lethbridge, A. Humphries, A. Woodcock, J. Maeleod, M. Ritchie. Promotion to Form IV:-W. Mc-Ivenzie, R. Adam, O. Wood, B. Urch, .1. Milling, A. Morgan, R. Shaw. Standaivl HI to IV:-A. Pat'teson, E. Morris, M. McLeod, A. Niven, L. .Shirley, M. Glayier, C. Booley, J. Hyssop, M. Hutton, .1. Livingstone and N. Kirkhatn, T. Hamilton, B. Whitney, L. DeVebcr, I. Schweit/er, B. Kerr, A. Naismith. G. Rowe, H. Smith, A. Hewderson, F. Whitney, T. Crofts, C. Rogiers, A. Bowsctt, M. Fleetwocd, W. Oliver. From IV to V:-P. Hai-ding, W. Frame. H. Hamilton, R. Ivetlvbridg'e, B. McDiarmid, .1. Wallace, R. Bey-non, E. Sicii, E. Oxland. C. Mi L.-n-nun, B. Davics, H. McKay, F. Harrison, I,. .Steven.^, B. I'attesun, R. Lowther, F. Sick, G. Oliver, F. Harvey, P. nekhcr, A. Mercer, A. .lobn-son, I,. McBiarmid. Piomolion lo Sr. Ill:-,V, Beldter, .1. (iliver, Harding, H. Williams, I!. .McKji.v, M. Cray, H. Wamsley, Anna Belch r, H. Crofts, W. Hutton. .1. Aliichell, W. KuLsely. C. McNabb. Promolion to .Ir. HI;-V. Moore, K. \ irtiie, E. Patteson," I,. Sandham, � K. Jtrodie. acked joints of any kind. Always primed, for shallow or deep wells, maple handles, adjustable rods, easy working, never freezes. These pumps are the most satisfactory pump made, throwing double the amount of water with the same ease as any of the so-called double-acting force pumps. By placing the cylinder and rods on opposite sides of the pipe, they are perfectly ba ancetl, thereby saving half of the power' as the weight of the rods near y equals the weight of the water. With one of thesa pumps in your well or cistern you have a home tire engine, as they can be made ready iti-one iiiinute by u simple attachnient for connecting a hose, to throw a continuous stream of water. .1 have also stot^k pumps that will throw 30 .gallons of water a minute. These pumps to be used in wells not exceeding 20 feet in ilepth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. By giving me tlie tlepth of your wells I will fit up any of the above pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc., so that' any lierson can install them. I will positively place my guarantee back of all pumi� sent out. Special prices to country merchants. G. W. THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 W. M. A. V. G. H. Boarding Houses For Sale 8 roomt^d 2 story frame house, newly built, large balls, 2 blocks fionj ix>st office, on Ford street, centrally locat-etl for boanlers or roomers, no better in town, price, on terms..........................................*2Q00 near 10 roometl, 2 storey new house on Bompass strettt, hospital, this house is modern in every respect, very suitable for roomers, has been used as such, a beautiful location aiid cheap at................$2iK)0, sold on terms .... .. ...... iJust Placed In Stock WESr.MISSTER SCHOOL I'piinary Itoom ProiiMbions. Part 1 to Part 11-R. Christiansen, A. Wa'tmough, 11, Brunner, M. Donalds'on, E. Clark. E., Roul(ii, H. Biiulton, McCullin, A. Hurst. M, Log'an, McOuHln, M. Washhrook. Part If. .Iiii>ior to .Senior.- .Jclm Bartlef't, W. Cflin, 1', Sprout, A. Riley, J, McTaggart, J. Vero. C. V. N. ANOTHER CAR. OF: FRESH GROCERIES i The Bentley Co'yj Wholesale and Retail Lethbridge, Alta. # CARD OF THANKS. CVRB OF THANKS. Mrs. J. ITowai^ desires to sincerely thank the many friends w^ho showed their s.^^llrwthy during the illness and at the time of the death of her huuband. Mrs. *.Tno. Schweitzer nftij foniilv , take this nK>nns to thank tlwir friend*"i";-' who 'have iK'en so k'lnd to tliciA dur--, /.^ 3 ing it'heir wd beroavenieiit. * -' ' ng It'heir sad 'oeroavenienc. . -n Mrs. Jno. Schweil/ci aod fanuIXt ;