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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta It doea not require , an export to oloati out the flue* of the "-Sunshine" fumaco- the only tool needed is a brush which is supplied with overy furnnco. Cloan-out doors aro placod in the easing, and tlia brush can easily bo insorted. Tins hoator just bristles with exclusive features such as automatic gas dumpors, largo double feed-doors, stool dome, double shakers and stool radiator. If you want tho best furnace made get tho " Sunshine." Sold by ontorprising doalors ovorywhere. Booklet freo. McClaryi5 London. Toronto. Monthkai.. nvinnii'ko. vancouveit. st. johs. hamilton. HICK & WAKELY AGENTS HTATK (1I''v\tti,K TUADK ' Higher Price Assured l'or This Year's Out put. Winnipeg:. .Jiiiii' IS - One of lid'' lending li*c slock dealers of tin- wo�( .1 T lloivton. of lho lirtti of Wordivu, 'Ironsides & Cures, has hist nrrivo.1 from n Kuro|vnn lour, in course oi' which lti> s-todied the ntrtlook for .tho rattle trade. lie is ronvinco.1 Mint i higher prices niv assured (or Hiis 'veer's export Indeed, he N-lievrs thftl the hlgih prioes prevailing four years ago nwty lie almost attained. UUVAS ItOOM SK1HOIH V\W, Ch\X AT J'AUKH, As DICKSON (1KTS IT Predicted in Tho Herald Time Ago Some I Trcnholtnc Dickson. 11 own-nt torney 'of Macleod. hat tieen appointed clerk I of the eotirt. to succeed the la'e C 'M. Campbell, the ii|i|>n .Inly 1 .losvHi Hicks will take up Ins work at Clnivsholin Uoos'Velt llelicves Tad. is Only Man Who Can Win. I Washington, dune 28-Several pol-itirioiiM ami public men who hove seen the. president lately cnnio n*vuj from the While ami told a rather |>ei'uiiar story. T'ltey say that .n then- conversation wkh Mr. Hoot* volt they gained I ho notion itbnU he | expected Col. William .1. Dry an to be the democratic nominee for president I in 1008, ami was greatly concerned i as to whom the republicans would j nominate to l>eat hint. They assert* led thai 4he president left the Impress | Ion on their mitwis that in tola Judgment secretary of war Taft was a-I bout the only man who had boon I mentioned In connection witih the i nomination, who won sure to make a i .meeejisflil race ngttinst the Nehrus-kttn. liu|ioriant Discovery lleportol Have Uoen Made. to (Frank Paper.) growing list of Canadian GOVERNMENT Of THE DR. P.H77U11B PROVINCE ()F ALBERTA Notice to EnghMcrs. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON L.ETHBRIDGE To the growing list of Canadian; NOTICE IS HEREBY G1V- coal mining ctmiiuvnies mum now tie | that an exmi nation will be1 milled" Iteliance C(miI Mi it-Jig Co ' hold by Mr. Joseph BllXtoil, Cr|. located nt tin- new town. H'linnce. a gary, a duly appointed Inspectorj point on tl>o crow's Nest railway, ha i of Steam Boilers tor the Province t milvs oast of l-n'ih-iirMgo. Operations ( of Alberta, lit Were commenced hetv whom � year ago, nIHl since then suoh develop-uieitl Inis l�oeh done that today the pro|H>rty has become so valno'l-lo an asset and tin1 nut put of stirih proportions that �t has fvemtto necessary to Install additional vork'ing appliances. Considering the excellent record of 'tihe Iteliance, Its earolngfl, aiivl tho dolly ouli*it, tho coin|��tny >fflee-Over Ott> Itarbcr Shop, i Houto-lltim to 12:1X1 noon; 3:00 to M,0 I p. * ; 1:00 to B:S0 p. �. | Otfce Ntiiiii B�ll and Telephone HIOH UIVEK-Jnly 3nl MAOLEOD-July 7th. FHANK-Jwly 10th and 11th. CLAKESHOLM-July 5th. PIN011ER CREEK-Juty Uth. LETH HR( DG E-July 18 and 14 RAYMOND-July 10th. CAUDSTON-Juty 18th. nt \) ()' CLOCK A. M. for the -.......~............purpone of giving engiueera and can lie ivg�tNkxl on a sound inHtnciai I ^PprMiticoBtui opportunity ofqtw. \ strong money 4mu>kh>ts and I TS"}tS. tor 0*-,rilfica**;� �nder the SIMMONS 4 BENNETT BaVrlBt.ers Ao. M2TI?nKllHlK AiNl> CAKDSTON Letht>rir.) II. .J. UalhraH-h of l^intHtreck ex-j pects to shortly open another mine at t'luit place on the coal property i owned t\v Mm adjoinintf the Otreck-eiii'nlgi' & l.tnid |ir�>periy. Last Week the C I'.lt. had eiiRweer* on t^he groiiml laying outside tracks to ac-commoilate tlho tons a day As \t* tiegiti Siierman. "There producing, huving 4mvii workosl in Opening Announcement >J� New Grocery ^ I wish to niinoiinpu to my friends nml the ^ejienil public of Lethbridye tlwt l will boojH-n nnd nwly' for business in tny new store north east of police bnrrucks. on Friday. June 21�th. UKXi. when no time or trouble will be simritl to tiecotnodate all those who may feel disposed to leave us an order. Everything fresh and now. Prices lowest west of Winnipeg. Don't forget, telephone No. 1 *�>. ::::::: j& J. TUFF j& ARE YOU A LOVER Of Chocolates � If so. try ours. We have full lines of Ganong'i world fuuuxl goods. Or if you prefer Webb'* wo can fill the bill, as we have a complete assortment of these star makes. : : : : I According to President F II Sher-, ttwn of the United .Mine Worker^ and Peter Pnterson. district nieitilier f 'tho national IkniivI. conditions at i tx>thtirklge aiv somewhat {veutiar. Messrs. SlKM'iiinn ami Patterson were lit town �.luring tin- week. S|x>aking of the strike at Ijetlvbridge they sukl thrtt the Alherta Kailwny and Cool company is tttak>ing a st i\�mu�iis t^lort, to operate with non-union men but declared Muit It "The company is fashion." sni�l Mr aiv a few n�>ii workit>g l�iv tiheiv is mi^it\ htth- coal t'oing -dug 1 will tell ,\oii how the company is j..-ttn�g the output \ou haw ^|s>keii of in t^H- papers. The coinpauv hii\l about, lit.(Mill tons o( cvernl years ngo Theri1 were also about Thin cars of coiil iiiKlergroutKl when the strike v\os ordt r. .1 The* haw tiecn hauling the okl coal up to the mine nnd hoisting Utat uti.ler-groiind and putting u little of fi on top oj tho okt coal and then sendlt>g the lot out TIVIs is the way the output was, obtained on which it Is ntnt.U thp ' mine is operating When th> company gut reudv to start in tins way. wop.1 was �nt out ilvnt tlv> mine uouVd start up. the whiMtk-s were blown and n show of beginning work was made with the id.-a that the men would all lliM'k back ;o work but the rus." d�J nt succeed Sot .* man **.;: hoik to .work. To gi*e an i '. . � f how they are trying to !?ii>- i|.^ IdulT stick. ! went out near tit-' the other dll.v Of I'lllll'vl' I w.t� !  allowol in>Ji4te the picket line. 1 !>. I sat down on the grass and �  i .,i nintters with a puir of eV. l k g'.->. s It was not long until I was seen � I iiiuiKilintely ih>' cng  si.-ni,.| ^>oing itji and down. They iiiu.-Jt h.i*.- run u up aTld down ti'1'.sfor T* t^.n-cflt but'it diiln'l fool me linn h .1-. with tho glasses I could m*- t deposit of what is ilieliovotl to be lire clay of an e.xc�d|Pl>t �|UiilH.v. W A. Aubil), DR. C. C. CRAGG PHY31CtAN AND SURGEON OlMcf-Oyor Hlglnhothini'* DrnR Store PHONE Office 125 House 94 provisions of The Stettin Boilers Act. 1W�S. i Application for examination Drs. Mcwburn & GalbTailh .w. -~..-----...... ( Phy�lcl�n*. Sutitom, AccAHcMd should be in�de to the above uained jOtKce-Kedpath St. oor. Btmlntt. Tns^tororto j Honi^BitooI�M p.m., John ^^,.,^7 HP. Sundays,-^ to H.30 Dttinriment of Public Works,!',!,"; Edmonton, Alia. Telephones 41 nnd 5i). E. H. Mlwiiukn W. 8. Ualbraith M. DC. M. M. D.C. M. NMIcc i In the matter of tlio Coinpiiiiics u : Witrding-up Ordinance, IUO'2. i.i�il in prominent member of the company, | the iiMttter of the wimliug-up of the brought to Frank tho other duy a U't-bbrklge Co-0|huati*e AMsneration sample of Mils clay whiib is now bo-! l�hiilt�Ml. . . . .... ., , I All creditors of the Lettdirnlge Co- H�g te�totl at the CnttaUlan Met�l | operative Association, Limitett. ami Coy smeller. If this nmterinl proves | others 'having claims upon the said to be what tho eomimny confktently 1 �'omi>�n.*. arc roi|tiire>. ^ ^ ^ ^ will nicHUi a consKterable soviny; to , ,,v., hy statutory Decliiratlon. After smoKors- throughout the West. *Wio i the said UNth *tay ot August, 1900, a siiuill way for some year*, (alliraith expects to put the mark,-t nt an early day. Mr St Martin. Qmv, May Pi. tXSt.V C. C. UICIIAHDS & CO. (letit.lemen.-l.a^t vt have had to get the bulk of lire clay ^^s^^l from St. 1 .onis. The plant beurg> o|K-ratMl b.\ the Itelinoco |HHiple is of the moot iii.'I ern and up-to-date m e*ery portieu-Iii 1- N'othing has Nvn left iiii-Umk' to make ewryihlny in ronneot inn have , leiKlenc.v to llh� stiviiglhetlin^ of the working capacity. Itecent visitors to the works speak in tho hkjbost the liquidator undersigitc*;! will pro-ceoit to -distrlbutp r m.\ I child stuck a nail in his kite- causing , �'"�* of tho working met�.ods isdng intlummwtlon so ttovere that 1 wits pursucst 4V.v the Holianc,. Coal Mining ik.lvisisl to take him to Montreal and have the limb amputated to suve his life A n.�iuhhor iv-lvisi'd us to ley MIX- Altll'S 1.INIMKXT. which we �lid, and within thiw have met With in running a seimratnr j or in churning should come prepared 1 to obtain enlightenment, j 'IHie Divartment will also have an | exhibit of noxious and other weeds I and Mtnples of a miuvtvr of the 'mow troilblesontu wecvls in various be'i -ve i 4tagt*s of growth so that one may an.I j II no I o'ivti-tly Luen ami lots are being rnpkll.* taken up. many ulivady Is'iir^ buih upon. The outlook (or the tie** town of Iteliance Is *-r\ bright in � KshI J. E. ALLEN Architect nnd Superintendent - ALBERTA. Sealed tenders will be receivwl by the undersigned uy to 12 o'clock , noon. July KtH., for th� ditching, mining company to the many olr>|*>c nt Bow Island. Pro- RA....nvn larg-.>l> augment the pay roll n��.l out j po^Jg must by U�dcout Oil forms * *' inn irf this Hfiiou of th.� grow cng gnppljwl by the Company. The j~ degiiv Company reserves the right to re- %M->\ 111*1+* iictai.y and all tenders. A. W- MCVlttie "c.Vn\AEnEg"iueer. L""tl S�rv^or Cmnbrook, B. C. Will devote his entire time during the. summer to laying out uew --------------------------towimites. Contract prices on NaliCC. application. If Miur Stoniuch is Weak If vour Food distresses _* oil If >�u are Weak �nd Niivons I se |t|- Shoop's IteNtorat'iVe i�n* month and se carrieil onJ>y W. A. Ott under his name andall persons iudebted to the late tirin are requested to pay the amounts to the undersigned. .lune V.t. l(.m. W. A. OTT. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO that what men the company hos not going to stand that son j thing very long. S Mtsird'i Lisiatsl Cure* Diphtheria Q.PlCjoip.qloTo( j;oloToToToToIoTo.oToiDldro OFTLOOK FOIt CATTIJ: IS i;ii.i|i WESTERN WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO. Ltd. Railroad Transferring, Dray-ing and General Delivering. Coal Delivered Promptly. . x"r�?:T'iT'if.rtw.'r,:'.>f'i,:'i,'i''-'"J'J*-''1"-1*J'-l,-'"i � * '"^ HAY, OATS, SAND AND STONE FOR SALE AGENTS FOR McGorniick & Cockshutt Machinery *.* Webber and Adams Wagons  Canada Carriage Co.'a lUiggies, Etc. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. k NV even sumbcreit wctloa o Dominion : (Mncleoil (iii7et-tei. Howell I{�rri�. iimnuKer n( t'i- IV-clp outfit, now the cut tleo-n At in Alberta, was a . isitoi m Mac leixl Suturdny on his way to U.t � 1,01 '�'�'��ss all over the tno acre*, mnre or leu*. | prairies. In s|h'iiI,iiik to it iv|ini't>m ZKnry TOU�, ^ ,,�a railway const ruct'ioii m tile \\'i"-'t, uikI tho im reawsl il.-nuuwl for lis-l in HritiKtt Colutu4�ia are now takmi; all of what the runclv.-rs cull roueli |k-,.f. That the kiwi of ;iiiiiikiI th � s-hi|i|i ei'h iln tuA care �o inly for e\|iort on account of the jiritlmlile shrinkage TIh- ivsult lieiiiu t-liifl i>.* n i'. inn a (,'nol market for nil this I �s'f in ivl .lition to t'l�f ihe ranoh-crs Will1 lie initio to Kelt their entire 8U monb*'notice in writing should be ftven (,'�l' ut " KOIMt flK"iv- "��' *'' I thus to the Cumralealoner of Dominion Lands at have � very prolltnl.le >e�r Mr Ottawa of loteutlon to apply for patent. w. wr. ooav. Deputy or tbe Minister of tbe Interior. Smart Tweeds, Blsck aia Blse Issifs Serges sad Worsteds, Fatty Striae Panlings and the Latest Dcsifjs ia Vestiagi llnrri�( will he higher thiH year than it has heen for threi-or four years. SAVED HIS COMllAUtl'S I.IKK are 1 easily learn to ivi'Mgni/e ttioni. 'I'ltis of e*vhihlt will Imceior aixl anyone having ' sniiiplen of wcv villus of iiio.lcl poultry Iiousi-n ami chartH illustrating many fnets in conuiM-tiun with tho poultry irKliihtry. Tills *SiouW a mottt iinpoetunt nx-; an t lie re Ih no fliK'r country in the world for i-ttiKinR poultry than rittht hero in Allnirta. 'I1>i� work will \h> in diarize of A- W. Foley of Howinanville, Ontario, \vho tmti hud cliuo-. for years of ono of ttte l�o-iiiiiiiou Coveruiuent Poultry futl.n-ins unit In-i-vdiug .s-tatiotw. Another m>*el feuturo of tho Pe partmeiit's evhihil will lie deinon-st nil ions in cooking which will tie given hy Miss Fxlith (J. CiKU'ltoli of tin- Hiiliulo 1'olilic SohoolK. Unii'.v I.-iikhi-.i rut'loilN will l�-' (flVetl illllN 'rutin}} Hie pi'ineipIeK iimlerl,* iiy the  nnUutu' ' the conuiton tiungH we eat. I.ailii-n kIioiiIiI he especially in-ti-rcHtis| hi this owl an* cordially in-vi'ed to iiiioml tlvn money renton'd. lnx|xttor Porker cotislil-rivl Iht- evidence sullloMirt to warrant hint in conmiittn>K Sanderson for trlul. and it is hu|ipoitod he will he drought before ihe court next *ve�riH -t hi nan as going uhiii-t iheie rupitlly. l^tiHl ownei'K are com-ins in nourty every dn> v�r>iii|j from an urlividmil to u citrload al a tiui-i. Land ih rising in price, the Cam-ero�i Itiwich ituwii in the tug U-iwI oi the Itow Itivi-r in liriiigiiiK from $; to (Ht per acre Mr. Itullor.k himself was olTered (lit |ier aero (or land u>x>ut ne milo out of town. A lug Ameriinn Compuiiy U nogotiat-iiiR for oihncKK oiK'raMny there, for $t-100. A iiuurlier of resUlents l�i*o taken tho option on 'to ucivk tvdjoin-ing the town for park pur|>osoK at S.*�o per acre. Mr. Wiog reports t'liiiigs us hooming. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices "While returning from tho t.'rmvi I Army Encampment at Washington City, a comrade front KVgin. iii., ��� n   j taken wi'th cholera morhus and �us Repairing, j, n critioul condition," says Mr. .1 I K. Ilougnlan-d, of Eldon. Iowa. "i j 'gave him C'hainherlain'H Colic. Choi- \ Your own mnteriul made up. pru "na Uinr,,hooa Ww^y nml i�- UF.SPONORh IX THK HK1IIT Cleaning, Pressing, Altering. (Toronto Kews.) i Mi-.licine lint Had a Seiiiutiun l.asi ! (Medicine Hut N'.-ivn i | Ver> kii-n ivgivt ih gi'ih-nill.* ex- ' -~ j preKseil in the city in connectiim with | toiiN ivltirn two day* later and th>> Mrs I the unfortunate occurence o-f lust j wivk, w4tieh has involved Ulx' goixl I name of MeSHrs. \v. K. C romp ton ami |(!. I' Saii.terwofl. two young in-nwlio had pn-vioimly enjoynd a goo>l reput-utioii here, ami who were popular In social circles. As is gum*r exatuin-ed and KtitlU-.�*trt evi a nuieh greiiler amount. While checking over Crouip-ton'n Imokn �vi�lenr�� wan of Koine ciiriotiK muiii|iulai ions hy. Sanderson the tinio in* aH-iuuel the! teller's duile� In Croinptmi's nlis net-tor n couple of woeks last Septem-her, and he was nrrostixl at Hoseit -1 roll, near Wetaskiwin in�d lnoug'lit to , Hm> city on Miwday jtvoi'ning last. ', He was g"ivcn a prul ntinury hearing, the next day Itefow lns|h*cior Par- | ker of tin. tt.N.W.M.r. Mr. l>. W. , Kenly roproKontod (die hank's inter- j t>' �l'l�'�i�a| S..pten*t.-..r IV rrwltv slips hntl Iwn ttl '�"'i'"ie. a light of Dr., j siipressed and tho hooks enteral  | loop's ��*� Sulve. Tho effect on ' up in a manner to show Hiat there i ln" or l.,B akin of lW" ",ONt ox' Mr Stock before liuyi.igElsewhere. We Can't Do It For what some others do vonr work for BUT WE CAN DO Metter, which is inure important to you, us the life of your Shirts, Collars, Cuffs is lengthened by our process of laundering them. Neck Comfort TABEE- ALBERTA I lievo snv�lhi� life. I have leen on- i Swnduy a man was suddenly awnk -I UlluniBitnu prices on application, gaged for ton yours in immigration r and oudihly this remedy and have used it success- remarked: "D-n ttoe flies."� The ro- fully on many occasions.'- Said by mark nrousrvl a deaeon In Mte next ' pew, who fervently fthotrtod -'Amen." In n certain Presbyterian church in , was a smull shortage of some threo �'Hw�t ointment 'is always iuuunUate a Mwall Western Ontario town on'dollars, whereas haul slips (.pon �nd certain. Dr. Shoop's Oivon Ralv0 proiierly entewl thetv wotiUl havo | t'�lM>H �Mlt rompletety the soreness of i - hpon *I212.w< l�y SiMtiier - j rus'lons. it is suroly a wonderful and j son who was acting-toiler during most highly satisfactory healing | Crompton's absence for a fow weeks.! ointment, in glass jars ait 2:ic, Sold These entries were niude on Cronip-hy J. D. HtgintioUiain & Co. I bctbfcridffc Steam Laundry, Utd. ;