Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
Soda - Water We have started our fountain, and arc prepared to [trow, to yon that we have tlio best Soda Ice Cream -----In town-- J.J.JOHNSTON I3RUQQIST an.. STATIONER I Do Yon Kftow that Our I Beef. Iron and Wine Is a moat valuable nutritive in Hie wife of IV ly occupied li.v .). \V. M'Ni.�'. It. ('. .Murriot l uiil build it ivsi-il.'iui' ni illiv south fist of 'I'ls* city. ,-r lor inking itltV.litviis. Mrs. Iifs it ill receive tomorrow Kridn. t, himI iiiti'i'u ui'ils on tin- 2ir� I Vsi.ty 'Phl'^AIUTUl I ioVcrlllll.'llt 1l,ts up poiuuvl W A Ibouillon ii tv.vd in s|*'tlor. Mr. M.ISuiil. of (Miiiwii. who will In- in ohitive ol iIn- ii'iisiis .in Ai'iii'i'tit is ill Mlc rHJ School ltis|m'i.'riiil.'inli>nt oi the Nnlionul I'nrl. .il ll.inlf. wns in town mi Moii'lui 'I'll'' it i � ii t lit I IIHv'mm^ of Hie t'lllllllg Club Mill U' hoi. I ('Ills .'i.'ihiik iii lep.U't' H>.|Ullh-, (I'OIM llil ii;� of �u, | K M K.'iiin.in. f llh' Ii \ \V. ,\l J' . m)i. i tins iM'inovoil to I'iiiu-.i AI li'i't wlili s>iipi. Itiv'". is l>ui^ |s'iiii,n..|ii ti*l-4l.iit^o in itioi i-iiy W It Sli-Wal't of I/illilolHun. s|i ill Siiitilay in town �n1i his iiroilin hi', sti'wai't. iiml his siMi'r. Miss St�'Wurt il.' lliinks l^'thl.ri.lK>' is an oiii.'iihi-iih; iirlliu'lit ha* (!. II. N. CimvicII Is pxikh'UiI lo v iiiavtcr of IHIld the iiwk 1'itil in lln> rily. Mr. Ml run. of I'li'lio U Miioii, hn.i llsposis:! ��� i..1. .............. l0o,l ci,.,.!,,,., voii.il iitMinlmoiisly In Mrs. M�o.loiM�.-ir��. !.mlil,,.e ,, ,95,000 (n Htttuivlny. �" � wuti-rworls sywU'in Ulifiv. .ll's. homosKMHl. t'oii>mll Mrs. Mac- A Trunk desinvtcli sii.vh Ihot Harry ,lom�H. llox'-JOtt. 1'n.vlof, of Him ' w- " ,,,vv "ON 'Hxposwl of Ills fui'tory to w*' limn ()iif. It�*v. T. .hirkson Wni.v of LcHlltriiljii', Inis Ihvd ralil s.tys itmt (' M. AmioW, of this rily Mih. I-'., tliin'till �iwl family urw vjh-lllniu; �t l-'itirvi-w Kaneh. Mountain View. Mr. McOnhoy. imh� of tilm iwont st'ttli'i-s from .Mil nil mil 111, Is ill �l Wto WindMor. W T. PU'iwr, n V. IV It. limn, ItttK piiri'luiswl -two loi.s in iho !!/c. > >i'W rtilklllioii. 'I'hi� htomo irririi's horn tWs able proportion of pralinest- [month \\vn> lasi. Lust your Uicniun- ed Beef. It i�� pleasant to Sjhpr wa� 210. tlte pnlate andinipttrtsetierKV �^ p siok hns itivn wivcn u to the entire 8y�l�!tn. A fu'.l mU. ,,( sc. \w i.ikm) kaIIoits 16 oz. bottle for $1.UO. (or lifpwoi'.v purposes. Tlv lute on Hmiml suvt't, near : J.D.HIginbotham&Co: J Ttltphont 49 NlthiB.il Ur, Diilfi-nin stiv.sit, ovtioiI li.v Hon IV Voln'r, huv�� Iiwmi sold. Hmi'i'h Urns. * WiImmi hitvp jfimr-iioto'd |iht� i'omplPiloii of ttti? m*w ho-1 '"I �t l(�*K't'i� *>>' IW'. 1st. sold his |iro|t.'i'i.v ' ItolH'ii, .loshiin oivd 'Iliomas Moore , ol Mnnson, Iowa, hnvt> locatol in town. T'hi'.v Mrc �t llw Wimlsor. !n iisvitl to tx> iii the Yukon, Mrs. (.'cmybvare bnvvs next wvclt to s|ten.1 't*w NUtuniur in the Jsho will go � to t'he Atiitnliv Co*a�. Hoot. .j. ttarcl, roproscniing tihv Itobciait Opera Co., wbicii appoars hero ncii W��tBnna�, wan in uw� 1 his wi*k. 'Itw company Is wb Hs way 10 tiomera C�maUa. iticy rr tivuui wltA \iis> company �t the Hpoxauc Uicaiirc 8h� sings "rttU s>i�if' in Van Mikado." Tihp last issue ol ah; Atbcrt* Oa-h'Wo, ciMttltms, thv �pi>oi6.nwni. of )a�. McOuHi; an vicc-priocipal of ttK-.Normal School, t-'aigaiy; \. M.Uhcli, of Maclpod, �s chii'f *.:.^�:�:..:..:f.j..:..>^+^^^� promiswl Hie Hoard ol Traido to look [ ?????????????????????:�4hJm0i^8m0�^ into t'hp mat tor of iilaclng a tolo-phonc in tlie up-tawn 'tnjlcgi'tipli office, Horner and Hutchinson for Itoll-�ble Harnes.n, SatWIes, oml ad.v bjk-c-iial work in the Swddlcry lino. Call 4jon mi tor price*. W� Biiui'fttrtoo our work. A. 'I', jfinerr tf it Ways that are DarK" Parker, C. I', II. ivnhloirt on-ul C'nanbrook, was in town Tuesday. Ma c.xih.i.-gmn% will start work on tliv l.ot.h-brMge toiminaifl m-xt nook. .1. \. Hutchinson. wi tho iv-w sut-tion an LuiKtbreck. lie Is sut'ou^iM] bwe L�,v A. V. liilis, of jjoinroa). Ttc auc'jion sal� of the many fuw uriiclex of luiBituri!, a w..)| ns farm stock, will take place ut Mrs. M�c-dOBoeH'K, Loch Uairy Itanch, on Saturday, June 9. Don't miss h. Mr. I'ord, oi. Uie W�*toro Siution- i cry Co., e>puciK d .Mm l)owoy utv wHh the Itosciansi, unit will liO honivj in 'Tbf.� MikoUo" WcdiM>s re-svrvwl tthiirsitay. ./ime T, at lliglti-hotham'ii. U. M. Jo�mi� htt* *�� thl� known puhlishor,. ,wwk' �D ''^^ ordc'* *'re ^ Soootary linrm's. of Lite Hoard ot\Tvr* 10 rUwh l*� � , . itosi.i.m of city on�in or Tw,,, notiii-d that 4h*V*.]Xh* bU,Wl"� * if yo, think **hH|k*. MaaHob.. aaya: -ithe A now invning n'"""s llK " ' Kingston, was lu town y�nt�rday. He Is a Winder twin*. 'IrisjiePtor for tlie l>mivinion (lovnrnmcnt. 4>trt will -he I �otter known �a the l^der of tlie Patron the "Two Alms ' st or- It wns tmt'lo A l.i ny. All. Mcttuiiv awl is n ihiiwly. All. A^lams has sevorwl t�w connec- !*100 for tae capture of H. �. M�iae- Altss Iioiiisii Su'k stiirlwl t'his \vi>A 111 a few wivks on a 'trip to his oWi" for ltt�:k'ii. fliTWMiny. l" xisil hoiin' in tinturlo. Ho iius not larlo politic*. He used to l� a metnbP.r ol the Logislalure for Kion-tcaac, and was a spnaker *it grt>iii power and ability. The A.' R. 4 I. crww rmming souUi ol tlw Imundary, made a horrihl.' Uscorery on rtie .track m'4ir Kevin Flat ion "one wH, jabxcondwt wltto $2,000 ol Ui� town's money." been | '',���P*'*' th* track. He Imd coin-jiMiidmot4ior. fho will l>c absent a ,.4isi in i.ivtu yoars. j whfa.1 on eahHfition in (rant of toe l*�*'tt�l - suicide *>y cutUng his throat soar ami lomploU' her odu.ation (%as V|UJ ,|orn ftn(| Am McMoa j Woutliard Hiock toy the Aitwrt* He- from ear to ear. The man's ihuiio n'hilc nwnv. . fmw dis|iosc.-l of -their interests in *nlly to" lt torac* (Tota t** unlrri One ol our .iiKMprisini? morchants Uk� Wostom W�ivhouw and Transfer ifinnrk.4t ttio other day: "l^tsl Co.. ami purchaand ihe Morris Hcti- w.s-k's llornlil was the newsiest |�uP" dnieks TixinsJor Co. The chanjp,> r I have over so.-n simo I 'ImveJ^s'n IIN,h jiiaiv on Tm-sday. in l*'fhl�rid�>'." The souo.l of iho whistle at the t;�si. 'h'imaiit. iviP'tit for 1 A- H- l/^tbhrlrlgo Coat Mine 1h atv)Ut as I Co at Stirling, 'haf1 'Usit up- ' sweet music as tho goitd people o. iohiIi'I aeiiiifl siili-iollootor of �us- lnnt growing city have tieon privll-Coutts. Ho relievos his 1(, |,onr ,(nr ,4,,. |ai. A. Silver, sis miles from town, and standu owr * foot higu. Mr. Silver ha* several huoctr^l ncrei Just Hue it. wss Quicker, �ncl belonged to one of Ihe Krifttero Statei For Hale-Mrs. Macdonnoll's fine \ ateinway Piano: cost il.OOO tori S50.O0. Pleas* iKldrwss llox 2ni�.! Double Cylinder Double Acting Hand Foree Pump Iti Special Features Are*. The only pump manufactured that has no leather suckers and requires no (Nicking or packed 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 pumps made, throwing double the amount of water with the same ease as any of the so-called double.netinn force pumps. Hy placing the cylinder and rods on opposite sides of the pipe, they are perfectly balanced, thereby saving half of the jxiwer* as the weight of the rods near y equals the weight of the water. With one of these pumps iu your well or cistern you have u home fire engine, ns they can be made ready in one minute by u simple attaubmeut for connecting a hose, to throw a continuous stream of water. I have also stock pumps that will throw HO gallons of water a minute. These pumps to lie used in wells not exceeding 20 feel, in depth. Cistern pumps of nil descriptions constantly carried iu stock. Hy giving me the depth of your wells I will Ht up any of the above pnnqw. complete with pipe. rods, etc so that any person can install them, f will |)ositively place my guarantee back of ull puni|)H sent out. Special prices to country merclinnts. C. W. GREY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 68 (Yj.nhrook Herald: Whoa U�M�. j or K*.'H ** xhc rancn T'huH. Purrnr. of Stirling, told ttie iloraid this tvts'k I'httt |inrii)g to move dnwn.- .1 P. Mufl.ai'li.in. �he omteaetor for M�Biuth Pioinvr. !k�iill tf Tin- IVtorttoro (Out ) Kxitmuior. ii.is- �'tyt>�' i>'tblii-�iHi�i lli'inbl d,'-m'I'Vi'S 'to nirs wi'rt. or iho oast iMibor. uiuttor " T4io fiiii.Tnl of 1i10 late A bridge and Citanbrook play their flrat game ot lacrosse this year, Mayor George llogert., of Lelhbrklgv, and Mayor Oorg? Itogcra, of Cnaneirook, should h*v� ihv> face-ofl ait the wtsrt of tiie game. It is a frtraage coinci-demv tba* the two mayors siiouk) haw the same oanies, and H would lo well that they start the game. in tho for 1 hut ii lMiipp~. lis- Mitk ltl\er rnm-her. was Cnndston. Imi now omduclisl on Sniur.lay by Itev. C was in town lasl 11., C P. McQueen, imimtgvr of tiho | Orcat West (or Arbeit a. was in town) for several ik�y.s Inst week. Ho was much pleased with the signs of pro- 1 gross atooirt LPthbridgv. Ho hn^l a 1 tlattefing 'tribute to |>ay tlio Hoi'iiM 1 "I aca your paper w.x�kly." lie ro-marked, '�and I �ro only expiv�sin� j 1 w$ caiMta! opinion w4ion I say it Is t Real Estate Snaps ReaKMbtr thai the Waatara Wan> I the )�e�n pai>ei houaa 4 'iraaahr C�. girt yOU an much ica aa yon raauif* evtry �ay. Mr. A. .1. Cuinmiog left (or Ix-bbbrklge Satup.kjy flight, where he will make settlement lor the delivery of a 32 horse power "R�cv�a" plowing engine sokl 'to tits I'ikoa Stock Association, of Itsvmond, Alta. Mr. Cummifig bays Mk^l recent tains have ms.ie an inciwaaad in AHierta. Loth- i bridge ought to be proud to own | such a briffht, enterprising pa|>er." j Cranbrook Horabl. IC. .1. Hill, of LflUibrklgi*, one of 'tbe Hill Itiotb- � ers. and live eWest oi this lai'gv fam-! ily of ibrothers iv4k> have all leoom>': curecKsfiil business men. hik-m Victoria Pay with W. I>. II iii and family. Tb* I ^tblirntp' memljer is one i nl tlie most successful ihusiuess men 1 in Wefrtero i'ana an- f rtl,,p- ,or Um. No|.,hwo^ ,.rov,nw , |"Mn�M,:* �>' engines of this class over noimcing that Is- luvd isveivisl the nu. Saltwim,, t...... . �'it he wit ir..- province -Clarosholta llivi .omrae, for the ...idsons Hay wUi. Z'wi^ | ^- iT"**"* � �* ^ i huibhng at Mtt.lo.sl. ,wte. ani| 1Vwl(UM fl nu,UnK Jn 44jej Prill St.k iitrh nhat (nvitisl to atteikl " Pr,V rtPmowls �� eniaJ-gemont of liuwe in one of the towns b..ivvii craobrook Horald iboroo iv,r l>ri",''nt l",*'�"�,s �� proposea " ix>r- 1o nuiw a iwo-siorey brick �ddi- ilvre ni�.l I'uHwu'.v H" if- K Craiinrook. rmurn.-il last Saturday. n llravshim. will nl>*� l�'ave town- ami has iiakim a position with the A party of twvtvty lady )�� Kin� �*� Uoorge's friomls from all otvr Cnmixln will visit l>>th-brMli>iL> oil Siituiday. .Ii.if lit. 'IMie tion, Iflx'iO. at the rear to accommodate a .hi6 boiler room, 20-ton re-friuoraiting irtachine y. with the .bu�iw�s spc him back in Crm*l-.rook apahi. office at t'he omi. tacinj Ford stiwt. II. K. Playle sold bis blacksmith j i^ve your oixlers for coal with .aily pari of the day will be spent Khop nn.j lol ,n n0,,;j gireet to; w^^n, Viar.*ou� and Transfer at C.mlstoii The Itoai'il of Trade'Hick and W�kelev last week. Hick will look nltor their while in the city oni��riainment f f I ff f ff f ff f f f f f f tf ffW ^ CL1MAT1CAL Visitor (from Sunny South) "1 am told there is a theory up here that your climate is changing.1' HoBt-"There is no theory about it. It's a rocogniised fad our climate is always changing." G For Positive Proof See . H. Johnston's Waterproof Coats one day White Wathed Suits next afternoon Light Silk and Crepe Kimona* Monday Umbrella* Tueaday WHAT ABOUT THE BOYS Suiti for every kind of Climate, and a cap gratis. Keep your eye on G. H. Johnston �t�miff�MNMmtNMfmmM( nml Wakeloy also purehnHcd throe residential lots ut the fool of Pound hi reel near the. new Athletic (J rounds 'I'll,' itealH were put through by A. M. McQueen. Itev. .1. K. Hughson left on Monday to lorm a t.unrtorly .board �tj,|wnr.|i , Itocky Coul.v, a rapidly tleveloplng Methotlist mission. Ho proceeded � iroin t'hoiv to Cliiresholm to at lend 11ho district mooting. Nexi week he i;oes to Ivdmonton to attend tho Al-iKTlti 1'onferenee. ,lessi> Walker has purchased two lots on llttrdottp sttvsit, through'the ' V. It. Ilowmiwi agency. He will build. I W. H. Pnirliebl, of U'thhridgv. who was ongftgiKi |>y tiw C. p. It. to take hargo of the rlonioiiKtration work of the .rig irrigation system, has ronig mil.-I'alu'ury Herald. .tsk A. M. McQueen A Co. if it iloes'ni pay 10 advei't-iae 'in the Ifor-11I1I Last wrK at Coutts : (.501 his oye on the real estate l�ar-igain. ho wired an oftor to Mr. Mc-JQueen. 'I"his shows that ilw Horirld'H : el re ubit iop covors ilu- entile difirtrict. it will ls> -good news to our readers to kmiw that thi pb'awd to Into* 01 prosperity. 8 roomed modern house with stable. 2 lots. Round st.. $o(XKJ 10 Domed modem house, near hospital. 2 lots........$2(.K� fi roomed nuxlerii house. Argyle street. .'Slots..........$21Ui 5 r acres of land. North Wnrtl....... SMUMl ."1 roomed cottage. Uiilpath. 1 blwk from Hound...... *700 8 roonieil house, 2 lots. Dnfferiii stre��t...............$i:joO :Mots Round street................................ SI'-'*' 10 lots near police barracks......................... 4 lots Glynn street................................ *--�* 2 lots and barn. Ford street........................ '.Hots. North Ward................................ W0 I lot and brick building, near IUs.l|Mitli...............Sl'SOO n. m mcQucdi * eo it* ct'itt iiiuo'l DR. McCLURE TALKS Co. Price, $!t.Si> per ton delivered. Mrs. e Mrs. Wilson, Mr�. 1 (i AS Ql r.S I iu> Cltiters, and Messrs. Robinson and Just Received I Direct from England: During the evening Mrs. Hog-ers. Mm. MaeMivkiug, Mrs. Reeve, and Miss llurnett. Mr. K. A. Cua-nioffham. Itev. .1 H. 'CMvara, B. Morton .l.mes. del'ghud the gather- Aid McClure is in the public eye at prvs�ut owuir to .ritieisnis Unit bave Im'ii ofjiwl of his attitude on tla. gas �iuo^tion a� Monday's eoiineil m�et ;ng I The HcraKI intert icwe-i the l�r. in �ng with musical ^'lections. ihi� ofhes vesterduy. ami ascertained 'J' l>. Itevin Iras returned from bis i bin position on lh� mutter iluu is trip to llrookiyn. X. V. lie clainMlncctipying so much public aiii-ntioii to 4k. glad to gin t*ck w Sunny a I-'1 at picsvnt ... Iiihustone nun'le il Hygenic Carpet Felt, Hygenie Stair Pads, Velvet Stair Carpet. Tapestry. Kimberly and Velvet Squares, Dag- dag and Moquette Rugs-All Choice Goods at Reason- J able Prices. S beita, and we don't doubt his word. On the train coming through the Western Slates, he found many flattering eaprestiiorfS of opinion almut Southern Alberta Oiw man declared it was the HnetA country he h*i struck, and b� was going to conm beiv and ivsi'le, and bring his friend* t.Ki Mr. Kevin i� much improved in health. In the House of Commons John Hen on, M. P., succeestuniiut an appli calioa as Mr. Johnstone At day night's meeting Mr did not follow up Ins tion Wl'th u deJlniu- �'l ' Aid. McClure stirto.1 tlial lust fall he hait brought up 'he natural �as ioun.il, and suggested Diunici|atl iiwnei'siiip. but th> coiin- t staiedi Mon lohnstois-(ii-il propos Per Express : : .A ahipiueiit ��f Veilings, .\llnver huee, Valeneieunes Iwieeis. Point il" Ksjirit, Oress Triiiiiuiiii;a, Kuibroid- nil's ami I iisiitinn. Wash Belts, ite. J . -------- � The Bentley Co'yj Limited Wholesale and Retail itfthbridge, Alt�. question in th �OUll IIww." i, engirt h ��� ��ena.ve in the public interest lo have the aii I light ing oi the town nu�nopoli/��l by early this lone louipHiiy. H�.d. ' "1 noi'ice," decluiid the alik'i-mnn. ,ml,.iiiik*n�, tind uRti'i*^ ^ VT,L T^ZJ^o^ hav<-u......rMM""' v,,"w Lb*t Co bavin* anything to <�o!ihe council. 1 undeivtaml tbeiv is a with � gM tranobttw, as it was not j precedent for that, as 1 am tol.1 Mr. Fi'ccimin v111.1l oil all electric light motions that w.'iit ihrougtt in rugar.1 to the iviitvrworkH, and *lr- Cherry also. ' \Vlniii|K'g electors will vote on Sumiuy sinvM. car question.