Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wedneiwlay, June Per Cent Off A LOCAL BUDGET See Us To-day I? A ihe Wilson furniture to. North Lethbridge H, 0. Worick, townsitc man of Bur- deit, was in the city yesterday, Jno. Cbalmers, chief engineer of public works, arrived in'tho city on Monday'afternoon from Edmonton. Judge Carpenter, district court judge, of Maclcod, is in the city and will remain for a couple of days. John F. Sweeting, industrial agent for the C.P.R. Western lines, was in the city this week. if art and Felland, typewriter spec- ialists, have taken offices in the Johnson Block. A. Southard has'added to the ap- pearance of the interior of his store by having'it. painted a pale blue. A large gang of men is at work to-day laying and ballasting the tracks north of the station. 11. C. Anderson and Miss Anderson, of High River, left last Sunday morning for a few days' visit to the Arrow Lakes. Goo. F. Vallarice, brother of J. T. and S. K. Vallance, both of Leth- bridge, has arrived in the city from Montreal to join his brothers here. Baker, Principal of Raymond public schools; arrived in the city yesterday afternoon and left to re- sume his duties this morning. C. W. Hartman, a leading citizen of Clarksburg, and a former Liberal candidate in East Grey, was in the city yesterday. The annual general meeting of the Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co. company's offices The boys of Mo. 1 fire station have a new mascot. It is a pup coyote. A. H. Rygg, land man of Burdett, is spending a few days in Lethbridge. A company has been incorporated with an authorized capital of 000, to be known as the Burdett Coal, Gas and Oil Co., Ltd. Opera- tions are to commence right away, and a shaft sunk for coal at Bur- dett. Kirkham Bros.' crockery store on Crubb street will be opened for business on Friday. A large stock of fancy China, cut glass, eariheu- .ware, etc., has been received and is being placed on the shelves to-day. Crockery will be handled exclusively. Jos. Cvetas was in the city yes- terday from north of Iron Springs. As a progressive farmer there he re- yorts crops in that district as look- ing fine, in fact, never better, and states that grain deeply sown is com- ing along wonderfully well. Thos. Malin, of Mai in MacKcr- man, recently, owners; of the Domin- ion Hotel, Strathcona, was in the city on Saturday. He and his part- ner purposed leasing a hotel, the construction of which was recently started on Wood street. W. M. Lockie, Of the Alberta Real- ty Exchange, arrived in the city yes- terday from his farm nine miles south of Lethbridge. Mr. Lockiu in- orms tho Herald that the crops arouml his old home town of Oakes kx. 8 Like "The Ketfle on the Hob" tne large Circle water Pan of the' 'Good Cheer" Furnace supplies the moisture so necessary to the air breathe. The ordinary Furnace with its apology for a waterpan holding only a few quarts, is utterly unable to keep the air it heats half as humid as outdoor air. This dry air shrinks the wood work, loosens the joints of the furniture, dries and shrivels up the house plants, and worse still, affects your skin, throat and lungs in much the same way. That's you catch cold so easily in venter.-. When in Vancouver it wril be to your advantage to stay at the HOTEL STRATHCONA Tne best middle priced hotel in the city D BURTON and J. E. JACKSON Props. The New Zealand government has .'dollars to the Whilchavc mining rtis- decided to contribute five thousand j aster fund. WELL KNOWN HORSEMAN DEAD Winnipeg, June C. Kayler, 55 years of age a well known horseman who came west from Kingston 25 years ago, died n his ranch at Brown- lee Man. today. He leaves a widow and two married daughters and a son in the west. Toronto, June Or. M. At- las, the Macedonian Presbyterian min- ister, "was to-night found guilty of robbing a widow in Macedonia of and forging a false receipt and uttering the same. There are other charges against him. was held in the Monday afternoon. Wm. Hutton and wife arrived in North Lethbridge recently from Ham- ilton, are making their residence on Cross street. D. manager of the Grassy Lake Loan and Realty Co., reports the crops in good condition in that district. The spring crop is about a foot high. Robt. Tennaut, of Hamilton, one of Scotland's expert checker players who stood well up in the champion- ships there, arrived in "North Leth- bridge last week and wjll reside on Cross street. Mr. -and Mrs. T. H. Mitchell and their three weeks' old son left yesterday for their home in Bow Island, Mrs. Mitchell has been liv- ing with her mother, Mrs. A1-. lardice for the last five weeks. H. Galvin left yesterday with a bunch of'prospective land buyers for Pincher City and surrounding district. The advancement of crops in this dis- trict is leading many buyers thither, and land is going fast round about there. I "Good Cheer FURNACE wiik its KMT patented "Circle Waterpan" supplies air like the breath of summer that is not only warm, buthumid, like the air outdoors. You can live' more comfortably in this humid, healthy "Good Cheer" atmosphere at than you can at or in the dried-out air supplied by the average furnace. There's both health and economy in a "Good Cheer" Furnace. If you're building, arranging to build, or even thlnkip.gof up your mind to install a "Good Cheer" Furnace. Write for lull description, THE JAMES STEWART MFG. CO., LIMITED. WOODSTOCK. Ont. WINNIPEG, Man. Sold and recommended by Hick-SeiU Hardware Co., LelJbbridge, Alta. in North Dakota, are looking well owing to recent heavy showers. T. D. Singleton, W> McGinnis, and Philip Aulden, arrived in Lethbridge Monday as a party of three from Oakes, N.D., and purpose getting in on some real estate, preferably farm lands. The party left yesterday for Milk River; J. W. McNicol, secretary of the Board of Trade and Agricultural So- ciety, left yesterday afternoon lor the east. He will be away some weeks and will attend the annual conven- tion-of the Associated Boards of Trade of Western Canada at Bran- don as a delegate from the Leth- bridge Board and visit eastern places to gain pointers on exhibition build- ings and fairs. _ C. !S. Donaldson, Jas. McTaggart and (j. L. Vrooman, Lethbridge; Andrew Hogg, Carmangay P. L. Leach, Taber, have been appointed commissioners for taking affidavits. Rev. A. M. Gordon has been appoint- ed a'neglected and dependent children commissioner; 'W. C. Miller, of Clar'esholm, has been appointed a bailiff. The Sauce that makes the whole world hungry. The United Farmers of Alberta, of Barons, will hold a grand picnic and entertainment on Saturday. June IS.- Addresses will he delivered hy prom- inent speakers from the Provincial Association. The entertainment and supper are provided free. Refresh- ments will be served during the day. The affair will he hrought to a close in the evening-by a dance. Messrs. Harry Snell, Wm. Luchia and J. Quinsey, the officers of the local-as- sociation, are doing everything'in their power to make the event a most successful one. J. K. Van Haarlem has taken over the management of the repair depart- ment at German's shoe store. 'Mr; Van Haarlem is an experienced man at his business and guarantees satis- factory work. Hamilton's building permits for I May totalled FEW OF OUR BARGAINS with 14-inch breaker or stubble bottoms at with 14-inch breaker or stubble bottoms at Single Driving Harness Selling now for and up Complete with collars and lines selling at and up THINK OF IT! A Buggy For "Maple Leaf Brand" The Gelsbrated Studebaker Wagons ranging from Upwards We also keep in stock the Genuine T. G. Mandt Wagon with 12-inch breaker bottoms and extra shoe at with 16-inch blades, 8 feet wide, and 4-horse eveners, at Garden Hoes For 45c Also Weeders, Sprayers, Culti- vators, etc., at North-West Jobbing Commission Co. Ltd.