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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Suns It does not require . an expert to clean out the flues of the "-Sunabiae" furnace- the only tool needed is a brush which is supplied with every furnace. Clean-out doors are placed in the easing, and the brush can easily be inserted. This heater just bristles with exclusive features such at automatic gas dampers, largo double feed-doors, steel dome, double shakers and steel radiator. If you want the best furnace made get the " Sunshine." Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere. Booklet free. LONDON. Toronto. Montbkai,. WINNIPEG. V.WJCOtrVEK. ST. john. HAHIIiTOK. STATIC OK 'CVrn.K TIIADK, - I llighor I'iko AssiiriMl Kor This Yholmo Diok-'son, irown-atlorney oC Macleod, has Iwon api>ointeil clerk of 'flie court, to suci-�'�>.l the late C. M. Oainpl)ulI, the appc.inl mont tti take ofloct on .July 1. .((isvi* Hicks will take up his work at Clnresholni. ! Wns.liinffton. �Iiinc 28.-Several pol-I it li.'ioo.'i ami public men who have soon the, pi-csidomt lately canK- awa.v from the While llouso and told a rai'hor |H>culiar .sitory. T'l>ey say in their conversation witli Mr. vel't I hoy R'ainod the nolion "tihatJ ho o-vpociPil Col. William .1. Bryan to be the clemoc.ratic nominee for pre-sident in I0t>8, ami was greatly concernoil as to whom the republicans woulU nominate to l�at him. Thoy astscrt-(.>�l that 4he prt'.sidcfnt left tho impress ion on Uteir nwivds that iras-kan. VKW MINE AT MNnnilECK, FROM THR VIEWPOl.VT OF SHERMAN. F. 1! HICK & WAKELY AGENTS ii CDe .Bote! nmmn \ FRED. ROQNEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAHON FOR THE TRAVLLING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISISE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER ^ RATES ,$1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA Opening Announcement >9 New Grocery ^ I wish to annonnce to my friends and the gejieral public of Letbbridge thnt I will beoiien and rcmy for business iu tny new store north east of police btrracks, on Friday, June 29th, ItXKi. when no time of trouble will be spared to accomodate all those who may feel disposed to leave us an order. Everything fresh and new. Prices lowest west of Winnipeg. Don't forget, telephone No. 156. ; : : : : : : J. Turr je^ ARE YOU A LOVER Of Chocolates? If so, try ours. We have full lines of Gaaottf't world famed goods. Or if you prefer Wcbb'� we can fill the bill, as we have a complete asBortmeiit of these sttir makes. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO i: WESTERN ^WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO. lui '  HAY. OATS, SAND AND | STONE FOR SALE Railroad Transferring, Dray-ing and General Delivering. Coal Delivered Promptly.  �8> Synopsis Of Canadian JVorth-West (Frank Paper.) According to Pix?sident F. II. Shor-nwn of the Unilocl Mine Workers and Peter INiterscn, district menjber t fho n�tiot>al boand. conditions at Lethbridgo are souiew!>at pccuUar. Messrs. SilK'rnian aiTd I'atlerson were in town during the wi>ek. Siwaking of t'he strike at Ije'thbridgo they saie a failure. The rompuny i.ion," sa�l Mr. Sihcrinaii. ''There ni'e a few men \vorkii�g but tihetv is mig'hty little coal being dug. 1 will tell you how the company is gottiog iho output you hav'o seen si>okt�iinod on which it is statcid the mina is opertt.t*ing. When tba company got ready to start in this way, word was s*>nt omt thn't t.|>e mine would start up, the whistles were blown and a show of begiiiiving work was made with the idi'a that the men wotild all flock �l>ack to work but the ruso diid not succ- the oagj started g�ing up awd down. They niusit have run it up alld down 150 tiles for Ty benefit but'it didn't fool me much an. with *he glasses I could see tho cars were not dumped but wore run up and then down afwd up again, evidently to make mo think they wei-e operating full blasit. The few men tiio company ha.s got working are kept in cars at the mine. A few days ago two oi thorn can>e up tow.n and didn't go back and siince that time the cars are locked over.y nigiht at nin� o'clock. You may bo'iave. that what men the compan.v has are not going to stand that soit of thing very 'long. (Frank Pa|>er.) R. !. Cinlbraiith of Lundbreck ex-l>eots to shortly open another mine at tluit place on fhe coal proi>ert,v owned by him adjoining tho .Hreck-LMii'idge & l.u��d properly. Last week tho C.I'.R. had erig'i'ncers' i>n the ground layiitg outside tracks to nc-coinmodnto Uto . husiiness. and Mr. Gai'braith statea that he edpoct.s to have the mine in operation v� ly soon The ground will bo woricod b.v a sloiMj sunk just north of the Urcck-onridge and I..und works, and Mr. Galbrarth .states 'thait ho will |.ut in a gasoline hoist with a capacity of 200 tons a day. As lilvo .-nine :s al-read.v developed aneen workotl in a small way for some years. Mr. Galbrail'h e.\pects to put coal on the market at an early da.y. (Frank Pain-r.) St. Martin, Que., May i'j, ISO.".. C. C. KJCHARDS & CO. OeiiJ,leinon,-La.'it j5ovenil)er my child .ay tie of benefit to others. I.OUIS G.\ONrKR. UF.PARTMENT OF AGRICULTIRF AT THE FAIRS. Miaard's Liaiaut Cures Diphtherii. OUTLOOK FOR CATTLE IS (JOOD. (Macleod Gazet;te). HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. AGENTS FOR McGormick & Gockshutt Machinery . Webber and Adams Wajgons Canada Ciarriage Cb.'s % Buggies. �tc. J. F. RODGER3 'Phone 63. Manager. George Beverley �1 Btlate. Renting, Loan*. In-uranc* and Invcfttment* I can sell your land no matter where located. Siiecial representative* National Co-operntive Realty Go. Chicago AUCTIONEER Cries-Mercband 186? Farm and Stock Sales ANY even BumbcreA MCtloa o Oomlnlon Landf In Manitoba, Sankatchewan and Alberta, eiceptiiiK 8 aal t�, not icerTed, ma; be homeateadcd by any peraoa wbo la Ibc Bo;e bead of a famllf, or anr niale over 18 yean of iKe, to tbe extent of one quarter accllon of ICO acres, more or Icm*. SKn'r; muat be made petvonatly a( tbe local land ofllce for ibe diatrtct In wblcb tbe land la altnatr. Tbe bomeateader Is required to perform ibe conditions Conceded tberewllb under on* of (he (t^ilowtocplana.: I. Ai least six months' rcsldeDce upon and cultlratlon of Uieland Ineach year fora tbre* years. ii. If the fatbcrfornotber, If the father Is deceased) of tbe bomu-teader rtaldea.upon a farm Iu ttae-vlclnitj of the land entered fur Ibc requirements as to residence raay be aattslied by aucb person residing with ibe father ur moiber. h. If tbe cettlcr has his pernianeni residence upon farmlnclaod owned by bim In the vicinity of his bqtneaiead, tbe requlrcmenlt as to residence may be �lUlted by residence upon the said land. '8U raonbe- notice in^trrltlnf abould be given to the CommlMloner of Dominion tdknda at Ottawa of mieniloit to apply for patent w. w.ooaT. Deputy of Ike Hlnlsier of tbe laierlar. Snwrt Tweedi, Black iml Bfat Mfga Sergei and Worsteds. Paacy Strij^ Paatiaxs aad the Utest DMifas ia Vcstlags Howell Harri.s. nianager of t.!ii' Circle outftt, now the largi'St eat tie oii't-flt in Alberta, was a .i.sitor in Macleod Snttii-day on his way to I.x;th-bridgie. Mr. Harris roport.s the outlook tor range cattle to be e.xcept-ionally 'gocxrJ d foi' beef in Coltimib^ia are now taking all of what the ranchers cul! rough beof. That is the kind of aniinial thi' shipfi-ers do noit care to bii.v for export on acconnl of the pro'bable s^ii'inkaige. The ri'sult being IhaM. Ii,n I'. iiig a good market for all tUis l;e^'t in aKl-dition to Hheir e.\i>ort beef the ranoh-ers W'illi 'bo rtblo to sell their entire crop at a good figure, and wi'l thu.s have a very prolHable .�e.>r, Mr. Harris" is also of the opinion V'.vat the price of e.vport bc-cf will bo h'igher this year than it hns been for thiec or four years. Cleaning, Pressing, Altering. Bepairing, ALBERT^ Your own material made up. Patterns and prices on application, �. W.lOngston East of the Euj^lish Church SAVED HIS COMHADE S LIFK "Whilo returning ' from fJio Cranrl Army Kncampinetyt at Wa�hinsion City, a comrade Irotn Elyin. 111,., was taken with cholera morbus and tvas in a critteaJ condition." sa.vs Mr. ,1 B. Hougihland, of Eldon, Iowa. "I gave him Channherlaln's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and t.^ Uevo iinvo;! hiB life. I h�vo Y,w>n on-gaged for ton j-ears in imini'Kratiun Work amid conducted nuan.v parties to the south and west. I alvmys carry this remedy and have wswd It succoss- The Departnwnt of Agriculture has a'.'loRted a novel scheme of a.ssisiiiig the Various exhibitions througtiool (he Province and of pvesenti'ng instruction along certain lines. It will have a large tent at each fair containing � workwtjf dairy whei-e demonstrations will 'he given illusli^ting the principles underlying the o|>crat'ion of the cream separator and the churning attd working of buittain enligjhtonmeBt. The Department will also have aii cxhiibi't of noxious and other weeds and wAinples of a nutnber oi the most troublesome weeds in various stagies of ^owth so that one may easily leam to reeogni/e tftem. This eSih.i'bit will be in charge of the chief weed . in�pector and anyotie having samples of weeds which he dcsiires to have idcntiOed should bring ifaem to the wticd teat. In anotihcr jJart of the tont a poultry e.xpert will have present a crate ft>r fattening ^>oultry and other prof-ita'blc appliance.s ivUioh .should ibe u.s-ed in'^Miviltry raising. Ho will also ha\o i>lans of model poultry houses aiKl charts illustratiftg many facts in connection with the poultry in-clustry. This should be a moat impoetant exhibit as there is no ftner country m the world for raising poultry than right here in Alherta. Thte work will Jw In dvargo of A. W. Foley of i Howmanville, Ontario, who �ias had chiirffi^ for .years of one of Hhj Dominion Oovernment Poultry fatten  ing and breeding s'tn>rve and advance farm work and farm I'.fo in the Province. To the growii�g list of Canadian coal nkining companies must now be addoti iiho Iteliance Coal M'in.uig Co.. located at tiK' new town, K^lionce, u poitit on tho Crow's Nest railway, !!'� miles east of I^-'lh'brivlge. Operations Were co^mn��nt^e�d licro wbouit a year ago, and since then suuh development Ikis Ijcen done that toerty has Iwconvc so valtwble an asset and tlte output of .s*j�tli proportions that ft has �become necessary to rn-stall ad;litional vork'ing appliances. Considering tilto excvllen't recond oi 'tiltc Kcliance, its eariw'ngs, and tho daily outiMit, tho conii>an.v can be ivgarticd on a .sound Irnaiicial �basis. A strong money �bttckilivgs and M large aixm to develop hojs placed the Heliaiue, although in its infancy in an envinblc po.sition. Ithis new industry moans muoh to Tho The coal being mined toy tilie Rcl�anoo com|>an.v has under test, provad to !� a lu'st class domostic amd .steam product. Xcut only has the companj- o|ionod 111(1 a valuable coal area, bu't have also uncovered a large deposit of w*at is 'Ijelievcpd to be fire clay of an excellent tiuuli'ty. W. A. AuW^n,, a prominent niembcir of tho company, broitght to Frank tho other day a sample of this clay wh>ich is now being tested at the Canadiom Mot^al Oo'y smelter. If this moiterioi proves to be what the coin|>any co�indent'l.v believe, fire cla.v of A 1 quality it will iiicoin a ccHisidcraible saving to smeKers throtighout the West, who have had to get the 'bulk of fiiv clay ^ used from .St. l,oiiis. I Tho plant beti>g- oik'rated by tlw I Heliance iH.'ople is of tlie most iitnrticu-Ini". Voth'ing has been left uikIoik' U> make ewrythin-g in coniwot'ion havf? a len'dency to the strengthening of thy working capacitj-. Kecent visitors to the works s|>cak in tho hi'gl^est terms of. the �vorking methods i>eing pursued�!!>> l4io lleliancc Cool M'I'ning Co'y. of Heliance, Alljorttt. If tho claims jirove up as the company sn.v ond believe, it will result in tho addition of another strong mining comi�atiy to tho nrnny alrcwdj oi>eratiing throughout Tho Pass, aiv.i larg'^ly augment the pay roll asid out put of this .soetioii of the g^row'i'ng West in no incoii.s:lcmry bright in-deefl. GOVERNMIiNT OF THE PROVINCEJ|F ALBERTA Notice to Enliiiccrs. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that an esmination will be hekl by S(r. Joseph Buxton, Calgary, a duly appointed Inspector of Steam Boilers for the Province of Alberta, nt HIGH RIVER-Jnly 3rd. M-\OLEOD-July 7th. FRANK-July 10th and 11th. CLARESHOLM^uly 5th. PINCHEB CREEK-July 9th. LETHBRIDOE-July IS and 14 HAYMOND-July 16th. CARDSTON-July 18th. ttt9 O' CLOCK A.M. for the purpose of giving engineers and apprentices an opportunity of qualifying for certificates under the provisions of The Steam Boilers Act, m%. Application for examination shoukl be made to the above named Inspector or to John Stocks, Deputy Minister. Department of Public Works, Edmoiitou, Alta. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE .)fflee-Over OU'o Barber Shop. Houro-l|:(NI to I3:IMI nooD; 3:00 to .i:CO| p. �.; t:00 to S:30 p. Orfxe Nliifat B�ll ana Talspkona Natkc SIMMONS 4 nCNNCTT Barristers Ac. [.BTHDUIUOK and CABD9TON Lethbridge Ofliee, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property VV. C. .SiMuoNs, B. A., OiowB Preaecnior j O V Bc.s.^iT'r B. A. DR.C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND StlROEON once-Over HIglnboilitm'a Drag Store PHONE Office 125 House 84 Drs. Mewburn & Galbraith Phyiiciini, Sufitoni, As��iislMti Offiee-^-Redpath St. cor. Bunlett. Honrs--Before *-i a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p. ui. Sundays-2..% to 3.30 p. ni. Telephones 41 and 53. F. H. Mewburn M. D. C. M. W.S.Galbbaitb M. D. C. M. In the matter of the C'ouipatiieN Winding-up Ordinance, 190'i, hnd in t'he matter of the winding-up of the I.iet'hl>ridge (.'o-Opeiati>e .Vssoeiatton Limited. All craditor.s of t'he Lethbridge Co-Operative .any, are required to send t'bcro in to the iindci-signed on or before ilva aSfh day ol' Aiiffust, 1906, verified >b.v Statutory Declerstion. After the said 28th diay o^ August, IOCS, the liqui"dtt'tor undcrsiguod will proceed to 'di�trihute the 'asacte of the .saiid As.sooiation amonget the parties entitled thereto, hrnvfiag regMnd only to f-lie claims ol wtttch the lAif iiidivtor shall �then iMve ootice. Kited at Ix-'th'bridge the 15th day of .lune, ]�0(i. ' .1. Kenny, Liquidator Ijothbridge Co-Operative A.ssociation Limited. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell PliyBieians and Surgeons. Offices-Ott block. 'Phone U3. C. F. R. TENDERS. Sealeil tenders will be received by the undersigned uy to 12 o'clock noon, July itth., for the ditching, laying and backfilling of 3^ miles of water pipe at Bow Island. Proposals must b^ made out on forms supplied by the Company. The j Company reserves the right to re^ j( ct any and all tenders. H. Y. Parker, Resident Engineer. Ciaubrook, B. C. DR. B. JACKSON dentist Graduate Northwestern University Dental School, Chioai'o. Office-Ott Block, Drs. McClure & Stewart SIBOEOX UENTISTS Office- .1. D. Higinlmllmm's naw block. Office Hours - 9 ft.m. to 12 n. -1 p.m. to 5 p.m. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - . ALBERTA. ff your Stomach is Weak. If .vour Kood distresses you. If you are Weak and Nervous. Use Dr. Shoop's Reslornt'ive month niKl .see what lit do�'s for you. Wold by .). I). Hisinhothain &� Co. one UA.VK CLKRKS IX TUOlULi:. Uoilicine Mat Hia'd a Sonsailion Week. Last Notice. (Medicine flat News.) UrCSPO.NDED IN THE RIGHT fully on many all drugig'ists. (Toronto News.') In a certain Prestiyterio^n church in a small Western Ontario town on Sttnday a nvan was mtiMonly awtik -fined by a vicious 'bite (m Ivi^ bald ho�d. Not mnNziti';? whore he �os, hKlibly remarked: "D--n tfaa flies."- The re-,mark arotiwd a deacon in the next pow, who fervently .dtou'tod 'Amen." Very k'een ivgrot is gotiewlly expressed in the city in cotvnection with the imfortunate occurence of last week, which has Involved 'tiie good name of Messrs. W. E. Cromptan an^d O. P. .S^anderson, two youitg mcnwho had previously enjoyod a gocl reputation here, and who were niuite popular 'in social circles. As is generally known Crompton left 'town on his holidiays three weeks �go Sun-day. He iDtcn'ck>d putti'ng In two weeks acting as a/dvaank) his liooks wi-re. oAoniin- f ifiX and siifnoion-t evilon's. a'bsjnce for a couple of weeks last September, and \vi was arrested �ait Kosen -roll, near Weta-skiwin i(�n>d brou^hU to the city on Monday jnol'ning last. Ho wos fijivcn a prol minary �hearing the next day l>eforo Insiwclor I>ar-ker of the U.N.W.M.P. Mr. O. W. Koal.v represented Wio bank's interests, and Mr, P. J. Nolan, of Cal-g�r,v, apiMwrod on 'ix�half of tlve prisoner. Mr. F. H. Mayhcw, matvager, and I'hilip Vfhert, inspector, of the bank, gave evince showing'ttiat on Septonnbar II cretWit slips hoidi been supressod abd the lK>oks ontero*  up in a manner to s*>ow that tihero was a Hiuall shortage of some throe dollars, whereas hod tlvcne Mlipn been profierly enterivl - thoix> woul'fl have been 8I342.6.'{ of atMitional cauh in the till. This was done by Sw>()er -son wI)o was acting-teller during Crompton'.H absence for a few weeks. entries were ma':le on Cromp- Notice is hereby given that the ate firm uf Ott and Bullock has b3y W. A, Ott under bis name andall persons indebted to the late (inn are requested to pay the amounts to the undersigned. Dated June 19, 190G. W, A. OTT. A. W. MoVittie Dominion Laud Surveyor Will devote his entire time durinf; the summer to layinK out new towiisites. Contract prices on application. i0^Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. Lethbridge. Lodge No. S. l.0./^3O^0.F. ton's return two days kuter .and the money restored. Inspector Parker considered thp evidence sufllotent to warrant him m conunititing Sainder -son for trial, and it is supposed he will be brought beforv the court next week. In tho n*earrtin>o he has been sent down to Maple Creek barrackji, bail being refused. 'BABOR BOOMING. (Raymond Chronicle). MerU lu Oddtellowa' Ball cvcit Pildiy eveoliir at '.30 oclucli. Vlwiing brt-tBten alwtfn wtlcunir. W. Bennett, C. V. Bennett, no. Eec. MC WILLOW PRANCH REBEKAH LODGE. NO. 2 Meets In Cditfrllowii' Mall c �tj econa and fourlb Tburadar. Vialtora alwtyi welconr, Mrs J. Stafford, Annie Davles M- O. Rec. we. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yaid North of Freight Shed. Widest Choice Higliest Grades Lowest Prices II. K. Bullock is over from l^abor | and ho re|>orls t'hings as going ahead; there rapi11 per acre. Mr. Bullock hinv-self wa-s olTcred tl4 |)cr acre (or land al>out one mile out of town. A big .\mcrican Company is negotiating for one of t'he mrneft, wMchi if they get it Will ineMi At inunenM increase in the output. T�ibcrating there, tor 91-100. A numilK>r of resii/;lent� have I taken tlio option on 40 aci�A adjoining the town for pork purposes at m'lO pur acre. Mr. Wing reports things tts booming.  It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buyi.igEl�ewhere. Pink Lips, Like Velvet. Rough, Chapped or Cracked Lips, can t)e miaide as soft as velwt by applying at bofllinie. a light coating of I)r. Shoop's Green Solve. Tho olteot on the lips or the skin of tihis moMt excellent ointment ti� always im(niDd>iato and certain, tir. Shoop's Greon Salve takes out completely the soreness of cuts, burns, bruises and all skin abrasions. It is surely a wonderful aiiil inoH>t highly aatlNtflctory healing ointment. In glass Jars oit S.'ic. Sold by J. �i. Ilig'infjotliam 4 Co. We Can't Do It For what scmie others do your work for BUT WE CAN DO Better, which is more important to you, as the life of your Shirts, Collars. Cuffs is lengthened by our pro-. ceta o{ laundering them. Neck Comfort I�n.t possible when your collar has "saw teeth" edges. In our laundry every collar is ironed with a smooth, round, comfortable edge - no extra charge either. Phone 145. Wagon calls everywhere. Let us try a lot for you. Utl�bridpc Steam mm ;