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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Herald  > , TJ", ' VOLUME 1 LfcTHBRIDGE, ALBEUTA. THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1900. NUMBER 37 Let Us Talk �:- - f Men's Clothing Our motto has always been "The best ia not to good for LeUibridKK." \V� hnve the beat. You can sometimes get to inueh of a good tiling; simply tliiH "We bought too heavy'' we are go-ing to unload Mens Suits at Cut Prices Now Listen- Mett'a light Tweed Suits worth $12.50and II� clearing at.........................................tUI.OO 33 only utripe Tweed Suits worth $7.(X)and IW.00clearing at...'............................ I5.U0, while they last * Some decideJ snaps in Baby Carriages. Ask to uoor service from Calgary iiikI intermediate |s>ints. It was proved by letters shown lo -commend a mail clerk for tho Unison Hi to Colitis nml also that four letter boxes Ik? placed at convenient places about tho rily andotwo at the new union depot. It wit* ulso drown to his ait'tont'ion that tho mail serCire on 'the Crow-wan poor, through Hie CM'.It. fal> -| ing la make connections regularly at Duninore. The loeiil l>oaivl intr up ami compel the P.IMt. In give a ue'ter service. Mr. Cairns visit may result in n | imsl olllce being o|H*m>d tvt No. it. It is ulso undering established ut Ncwlands as soon mm n route through the north can U> op *ned. wIii.rW,y severul olBre9 will bo served I'HOTKST V'.STKItRIV? Ily Criiiibrook AgaitiKt l^ethbridgi' IriieroHs.. Team. As far as the local club knows, in protest ba.s been enteosl by ('ran brook in connection with last Mon day's game. 4,ut Mr SchoHeld o IMnolier Cret�k. who is in Uie cit.v today, snys a protest hits l>een lod^ .d. the charge lieing that IjethtTidgc played men who were (liwpialifle.1. NEARLY$40.000 Building Permits Issued in June. NEARLY ALL ARE RESIDENCES JtlpMng Ca. WarcBtMM Swells the Hgarcs. The bulktlflg perniiis IshiikI during June reached almost fl��.'�W. They were as follows: I. C. Craplcy, two storey frame dwelling on C'rnbt, St. *1..VK>. Hnvllh llros. and Wilson, frame six rootn cottage, with sttible o�i Uom -,as St., 91,500. Ttieo Odmark, two frame votlngcs on Wood St. tttOO each. N. W. .lor|)4,lmg ami Cotu|>any, lock and brick warehouse, corner o'f lt�d-IMVtli and Smith Streets, 928.0OO. Hoy Shafer, frame dwell tugs storey and a half, Argylc St. ft.oOO. Hex Virtue, U wtorey frame dwell -ing $2,oOO. 'Itieo Odmark, one and � iHilf storey frame "dwelling, $1,f�00. Cleo. IMrry, brick dwelling, Olyn St. $l,oOO. TttOH. Walk inn, frame house, London St.. 1250. W. A. Miichannfl, two storey fram dwelling, 12,000. Krwst Downing, one aivl a half storey framo dwelling, $1,500. You Need the Goods V| We Need the Money ii Yo� can't go Wrong naJaaa Yon go Eliewnera WALK-OVER9' SHOES FOR MEN WHO CARE TO DRESS WELL Never Itofore has (he Shoemaker's iirt roiichtHl sttcli |ierfection as it lies this year, the front rank yon will timl WALK-OV KK SHOKS with all that ia new and good isaortment o will aatoniah you. yon fork Patent Leather. Box d Right in in 8tyle, Leather and Workuianship. Their new lasts are simply perfect, and our aaaortment of them in 'aIf. Voh>nr Calf, Vice Calf, Vice Kid, Kangaroo, etc., Vol IIVI.AW CAItltlKD. n Vote Itogistered Against Waterworks IMientures. th.' STYLE THIS STYLE The waterworks delienture bylaw was voted upon last FrMuy and was | carried unanimously by 27 votes to 0. It received Its third reading at Monday night's Council mooting. ri:i.i:i'ii.s oppkh. At Moo.lay night's Council mtvt-| iiiK T*>l|>houe Co. ou*el\> for its taxes on u Uir(� .vi'iii" i'Diiiron. The council was will iiiK If th.anl is willing to. pay the taxes, provided the com pony's assessment does not exe.v I f:i..VN) nt any time in Hie .T year*. MET AT IIANPP. .1. I). Ilipinootham Attemled Important Meeting of Itruggists. I. I>. lligii>l>othani attemlod a me.'tltig of the TVrrllorial I'liarmacy Council at Hand last wivk. It was lecrikvl to submit a ple)>iscite to the druggists of Alberta and Saskatchewan to ascertain HI they were favorable to amalgamation wit4i Muni ioIki and llritish Coluurtxia Aftsociat-ions, witih the oliject in view of supporting a Inrnenml well eipiip|>ed col lege for the training of druggisth The Territorial Association hon $10-OOn on hat>d to l�> devoted to college purpose*. The proposal of the association, if udopted, it is hop�>d will bring ntsmt a uniformity of educational Htiintliirtl. so that If a drni, gist passes examination* In one province of 'the Ooiiiililnn, he will be qualified to practice. In- any of th.. other provinces. PATENT LEATHER.....$4.00"WALK-OVER SHOES BOXCALF..............$4.00 4 KANGAROO.............�5.00 ..,., . - . VELOUR CALF.........$5.00 Y VICE CALF.............$5.00 w,u kee�' y�ur feet TAN RUSSIAN CALF . .$5.0o BROWN VICE KID......$5.50 tented and well dressed PATENT VICE KID.....$6.00 OTHER 8HAr*aT8. OrMaTff 9TYLKB IN GRKAT VARIETY BROAD SHOES FOR HEAVY MEN LIGHT NATTY SHOES FOR LITTLE FELLOWS GOOD SHOES FOR EVERYBODY A COLON'Y OP llOWIP.ITRS. | May IW� lrftcnjlwl In Southern herta. Al P. C. Meiver nnxl Win. McK.nwie, of Zion City. Illinois, the headquarters of Or. Howie ami Ills followers, are reg'iPteri'd a-t the 1^1 Itbridgiv The Herald mode an effort 'to see -t^iem tmt failed. It is understood they are here with the object in view of secur ing n )>ig tract of land to locate a colony of Dowieites. ISIOIIIOIS KIRK IN CIIANUItOiiK Cranbrook, 1�. C.Juty 111. - The ICust Koott^iuy l.utMber Co.'a pi ml was burned. I^ish $50,oOO. Kifty men are disemploytsl but little it lernipiion to business will occur. ST MAItY'S. IMtOWNUD IX UOW. (Ileiclicn, July- 15.-While, crashing cattle at the ferry over the How Itlv er seven miles south cant of here today. Maeer, north of here, and when drowned was separ utcd from the other menvberK of the party. The cuute of the accUlent wis the lurching of bis horse in swimming water, canning him to lose his seat, after which he swam for u con Nlderable distance, but before ti.Hp arrived ho hud sunk  The" body not yet recovered. C. X. It. CIF.TS THIS UOAD. The Canadian Nonlu-ni railway rompuny have secured cout nil of tti Qu'Ap|iello. Ix>n* I-ake and Saskat die wan ro�d, couunonly known as the Prince Albert brunch of the C. V. It It is understood the Canadian Xorih em will take over th' portion of newly acquired roud almoin iininel-lately Branones and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in London, England, New York, Chtoa(fo. Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Clroular Lettersof Credit and Commercial Craditn issued for use in all parts of the worUt COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drift* Mid.available *i all point* In Uatieil Kutaa, Kmope and i'injili lnl�i��i �Uow*it on d�pa�ll� al �urr*nl.ral�" MiHB MISS MOOOV CAN'T COMR MIk Offerml New Position High School lk>puri mem Lethbridge Branch - p. r. BtEVE Han*a*r Miss Moody, who was chosen fur [the new portion us teacher in ;�� I High School departinnt. has wirt.l II lint she cannot accept th.c. thin week. Mrs. W (Milemun and children, wr have 'lnvn vihiiingat Mr. and Melt. O. l'.Hlerson's during- lh>� |-;im !� weeks. returiH-d to Wo'sel >y, S>.-*k on Thursday i. MoKwen & Co. shi|i|ied sevet >l curs of stock to eustern poi-i� i'h-week, uinl .x|m"-i-- to shi > in re bit er. I Tollert of the bus been improving; bis home wild en a i.lil -ion. The recent warm spi�ll wus broken on Tliurnlu.v and Prwia.v by much-n-e-hul" ram atwl refreshh>g v inds. for wbieb ranchei>. and all ure t-liunk-fill. A party of SiKlers from St.' Aloy-lt i>r tni t!r t f _ i's! The way a man l!vr, tier intltieticr of h s assoi-i-itioiis. e.�.. ae nil taken into coiisiiKiatiuii.  Tite well fleshed type of jihys que is usually I is whosa li.ies luxe fallen in plea-ant placis, or Itis n^Otitvss in ty l>c the result of a sedt'iHaty occupation-or a con liJ.-n ol tlie blood-a d-'Kcneratiidi that pr.MJuce.t inure ordinarily quickly. l-'mui thecoitstructiinii.f the body, because of the rib arrangement, the J � _ st'iinach is nut cmitaiiu'd by any C� �* vJ ~ other thatMva'ls of tl.'sh and skin. As the skin is an elastic covering it becomes stretched, and the abdomen increases in si/e. lice iii^e of litis f.u.t, and since the griiivh ��f t'te si/e of the abdomen is in it regular or in |>r|>oniuii to the growth uf the other parts .of the body, the ty|>es K h'liare };roii|>e(| by thems.-lves w:th the increase or ditnitvshing in si/.e of the d fll'rentorjjaosin a pnip �rtion i ecttliar lo this group. 1'or stunt �>r thin men we tailor Semi ready to the fitting staoemdy. l-'ach suit is made with outlets -the whole suit basted together ^imply. hours alter. M. Tailoring SOUTHARD LATEST liOCALS. \V. C Ives goes to Curds ton to �! l..i\.| roiirt on Mou-'luy. t Secoi-d will build a #5!'�,ooe - Itiitph Stewart of the post olflco wtaH is on a vacation trip tn the nelfle coast. Spencer McCaig ami wife leave in Satiiivluy for ten days holidays ut Sweet dross. For sale-\ roomod cottage on Ac gyle St.  lots. ?H0ii. Hull' .a-h V. M. McQueen. lte|HiiMs show that crojis niv K'-" Ing a lM>t'tee ton. Haddock. .lime It, lrtl>7 C. C. HICHAIIDS k CO. Dear Sirs.-MINAIUVS LIXIMP.NT is n�y remedy for NBI.iKAI/JIA. It relieves at once. A. 8. McOOXAWJ. Another shipment of Ktiglish car -pets, direct from London, received toduy ut Ik-ttiley Company, Limited. �lustico llurvey will arrive in the city Friday night and will bo here ull lay Saturday. 'Ho goes to Curdston on Monday to hold court- A number of |ietty rol/lo'i-ies have l>een reported. Thieves have been en-terJog houses nisi fukiiig rusibioits. Ix�l spreads and other nrli'l��* We'iinderstaml ih.n a lurg-' astern concern Iiiin v-ciii-.nI ih- upstuirs part Jut the DM Hurili-y Mnn.l (ubovo the book si ore i �s n wholesale oik! ro- ' mil well |�ai�.T deput for Southern | \|beetii I'aisr hungers ar�d public imKI \inir orih-rs till you s e ...thoir 1 a I in "ur next issue. ..I eoo.l ilK'">t e Hi-' a i Kii.n -liuross �  as emitiuiiis weivther keeps up II. Venny. \ U �C I iiiou-'l was in lo s mutch on Moml.i.i j Por Sale or Heifi-tn 8 room,-ii i houso on I'onl Slni't. 'J 'blocks from post olllce t M. M'liiiccn. A shipnient of W. and it. .Ittcolis farlcy biscuits are going through the Customs today for the Henth-y c.j. Limited. Seali�l Tendi'ts usidresscd to the iiiKterMgTKxl, and endorsed "Tender for Supplying Coal Tor tho Dominion Huildings," will be recoived at this olllce until Thursday. August id, lttOO. inclusively, for the supply tf Coul for the Public Buildings throughout Uta Dominion. Coiubkied Hjieciflcation and form of tender can bo obtained on application at this olllce. Persons tendering are notified that tenders will not be considered unless made on tho printed form supplied, und signed with their actual slgna -tures. Kuch tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a charier -cd 4>unk, nwlo payablo to tho order of the llonourablo the Minister of Public Works, equal to 'ten per rent of amount of llto temler, which will be forfeited if the parly tendering dct'ljna to enter into a contract when calledupon to do so, or if he fail to complete tho vork contracted for If the tender l>c not accepted the ohctpte will lie returned. The Department does not bind itself to accept tide lowest or �ny tender, Hy Order. FRED OELIXAS. Socretae/. DepatHment of Public Works, ' Ottawa. July a. I�0fl. Xewsimivrs inserting this advertise men* without authority from the !>* I*aitment will not be paid for It, ;