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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 'tie of a really begins after you buy it and pay for it. It 'comes in the amount of fuel you. feed to it and in repairs. The best furnace is actually the cheapest. Sectional View of Buck's Leader Buck's "Leader" Furnace is built to give cheap heat, lots of it, and to .'ast a lifetime. Its firepot is in will never wear out. Its proportions of firepot and radiating surface are exact, every heat unit in the fuel being extracted and used. Its radiator is of solid steel and every joint Uj it is absolutely air and gas-tight. It can burn wood as successfully as coal, the feed-door being very large. It requires no expert to run it and will stand rough usage. Its massive construction and scientific principles make it the most durable, powerful and economical heater ever built. An Absolute guarantee goes with every Buck's "Leader" Furnace "Ask u? for our Heater Catalogue. It is full of informa- tion on house heating. The WM. BUCK STOVE CO., Limited Brutlord Montreal Winnipeg SALE G. L. Vrdoman Eethbridge, Alta. DR. DEVbBER FAVORS Plenty of Competition in This Province. To Be Present Boards of Trwlo lo AssocuVtitl NEWS IN SHORT ORDER. 'The Vancouver, anil Yukon Railway, wh-ich frieiuls; of the L'. H. '.'luim is n .1. J. Hill ro-ivJ. a, char- ter from Seiwte 10 buikl lo moruou through titk? Nt'llow'iead There was n lively on tho question. Davis mtf. wiii it to de- prive British Ootum'.iia of (he rail- it was a hu'gut It was ti' raso of the ..most powerful, railway." mR-rest in Uio I'nHed States soekiivg no Iniil'd across- IJi'Jtish Columbia ciml .through AH'.er- la'to Jle obji'i1- to .Mr. .Hill iwtng allowed t'b railroads, hut he objected to him a monopoly of all thy available- passes through tho moun- tains. SoiHvior Bostock said (Jie Van- couver, nivd Viikon did not 'want to .monopolize Yellow Head .I'ass or ,Hs approaches. The 'brunch Edmonton was toik raisoj fario would-chrow "up >lMih hands, to givo them the chance. 15rii.ish Co- iinvbia Iwid .worxiorful .stores ol xvoalth in iimiKraJs, hini-ber -and fish locked up mountains wanting1 for lailwajs to let thorn out. Senator Do Veber said t-lw 'Pro- vince of -Albcr-la. wanted lino, and aH theJmcs they could, get. lie fav- ore-l free trada Senator.-Wa-tsop. saki it was'absurd'. to 'try an-d' cut olT the Canadian West from linked States. The United n ten lothe market for Canadian that the 101 all by him, t'he loriu ion mity 01 ilw bonusing 01 tiuiis and linJiistucs h Towns, a-rl "Munn. 'I'tatt in -tfc opmion oi tins Con- vention all jus-t claims .against ttail- way. Companies for lost 'aivd od ts be saei'tkvl of dav.s, rt-wl tlto-t s-teps l-e tnkeu to have this nuittei -biought -to tjie at- totytiou of -tlxi Jiailway Commission. 'Jtia't HI of Con- nil Companies e compellotl to I'-.ue aivd 'bill-, in inpliuite, -oach 01 shoul-d '''cllica'tJous for of claims as any of them, that a of be lot wainlc-d 'to -tjio Board 'of Haitway iRvtt'hew ap- million dollars. Tho lelebrale-d his TLvt bnth- tla'y on Savturday Jasi C'htis. (xlitoi Topus, innipoy, is -.KM I Jas 'rex's, a mercluvii't tiiKi ntiisieian, deud. 'J. A foi I'aup i de-m-cs a. luhat ho Victoria 1'aik, goiivt; Inive two buffalo as an aMractiou Jt is sai'd Dr. will be of Toroivio I' 'I'he C. P, o'tuieivd a ihoii.s- ai> I iais fioin shops, .Montroal. The' out-lay will bo Jlotnovteatl e-iHiivs IKgiiKi 'Jluv for t-he samo of last year. of'the Jilgh Hivor Club ate .1 J{ Amleison, presiilcnt, If Blaylock, 'Charles' Sc-hack, -trens .1 1 i: Vailex, 11. 11 Bairns, house com- Tt is riimorea l-h'a't il Mc'Cauley, .Al. I'., foi- ls to ba warden of penitv-ntiary in Edmonlon 'Phe C 1{ aie plans to Hosnior, coal ai> I it is [Jvat ix foiw or soon be p-ii, to woik U ij oi.o of the en- grineers who uf> Uw Jlchvnos property for ..iMio C. I'. H. at Crow's Nest, an I u'lio lias doiu> vugiiKvi ing work at t'hcir colliery at Hatikhead, in J'ei imnllv with .John Hi own, anoUioi roil exjX'i t puuhasL-1 foi n camp 'be KI Ilo-snuM- At the clow of a four-hour for 'iK-r Muxxt young c-hi'kliv-n, 3iis Van Sift to of ICankakiv, II- linois. found ilca'd, .in a inmk an upIX'r Ail thi-ee wvre lutle g'lls, it'lie ,i nuio How is Your Watch Running Is it always fast or slow Never quite on time? Per- baps the w-itcli is capable J of accurate running. lint it is not in perfect order. Yon know the tiny mechanism of a watch ab- solutely demands that each j of the dozens of little parts wheels, jewels. just right, or good timing is out of Ihe question Watch f Repairing Always has "been a hobby of onrs. to do the best work possible. J. Armstrong; JEWELER J OPTICIAN SADDLES Astride and Stock SINGLE HARNESS Good stock of Farm Har- ness on hand; also a full line of Trunks and Valises in stock. We guarantee Good Quality and Good Work Homer Hutchison KOOTENAY i MARBLE WORKS Shackle ton Simpson Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Ketail B.C.MOORE.LocalAgt Koehler Hinrichs jSranufacturers of High-class BilUard and Pool Tables, Bowliug Alleys and Bar Fixtures Haskins Son Sole agents for Alberta and Saskatchewan Calgary, Alberta Box 507 for Catalogue. SCXN'C IX THE -MTKADO" TO BE PRESENTED VT OT.HER'S HAIL WEDNESDAY NtXT Bt THE OPER CO Sc-rvator Watson order- ed to kexp Canadian trnllic moving tihe to the lie was opposed to anv such line as astfed ior in this bill, veimrxl to him to propoM; the diversion oi Camvdu i to 'the linited Stwtes. Senator Power sakl all- the senat- ors ami from British Co- Iiimbia wore in favor of the" bill, and 'thought it 'wouki itrpiinc 'very strong reasons to com'ixrl senators from against, fix? wishes of -the western However, he was going to votC: for t-he nmcmlnicnt eliihina-ting -t'he branch from 'Vancouver'to Xanow of Queon and of -Spam From Doat'h. 31 ay public ic- the mariiage of King'wore One clea-'l uas 't'he othcrrs. Itiy lui'ddied npon a pillow. .The Ikl of tiie tightly upon t Jt is had ciavxk-d tn.o fhc during KKMI- mil ;hu I'KJ cover ffll tJu-v. Victoria had a 2 Alfonso ntvd terriiiK- s'harnntit o tloc-k tthis as a bomb, throun fiom an upper window ex- uith dondly efftct near tho j ilomc was orrl coach ,the king ami Lnlo of FroMdontiaili King Altonso khiirch at Graml, Lignc, Jlv ,s and Quoea zcrm ia escaped .by an the of -the late Chos Foviimor jelcctnc uMvilcfivtting Uw> 1-orab, but hr P. who ior iqmaHs at IB Persons, most of tlicm.l lwm th-I of being milnary cscoilH, khlicd. JTj'Nlot ,n the oc and many ol-hors were injured. the Tuohcw the Iwic" Hishoj. The -bonnh, which was concealed in of Ifc ha.s ap- ,a .boiiqiiet, of polishod sixwl, "as a itVissionary ly ilv.- 'and will labor liorause pro- of tiho bill re- 'belongs lo islK; nipples'. hawls. but-ns. frowt. i chronic son? .iicjK-ng piles. saltr'ionm otxl cents box. For wulo >.y clecJecl lo John C-aHioun.hns' fill a vacancy in the EOmonton .city council. igars keep tlioin in tbo lost cdmlftiojC nwl have-1 lio best and bisigost. assortment in Our pricos are ahvays riglit. Wallace (D. Hoseltpn The Leading Cigar and Tobacco Finn in Sonihoni Alberta. ;