Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Cash Store SPECIAL SALE OP Waterproof Clothing To Clear. Discounts running from 10 to 25 per cent, off every garment. This is a genuine bargain. Do not delay, as this offer will not last long. A. Macdonald & Co Alberta -FOR THAT- HOT FEELING -----TRY-- Lime Juice We carry the i-tising oar was in oi>ci's ru.'-hiil t'hrou�ir uav no.rl i on Monday. M. Bnrford loft on i';i.>.i N,' '.�. ; l-tond the boai'd of ri'l.? ci.Mn ntion at Kdinonton. 11. E. M'iel>ach has put in Ukj finu.st oak bar flxtitivs be secured, and a new pool 'table as well.' O. U. McMicking is liii.i.lin^ a couple of houses on Wood �iriv5. T. f.'J-innrk has fhe contruct. Geo. Lucbhurst has 'bought two residMitial lots on Q\yn straet from the C. B. Bowman agency. I Beef. Iron and Wine j Is a moat valuable nutritive i tonic, combining the atimu- * latinK propertiea of bu|jerior Catawba wine, with an asaim- * � liable form of iron anfl a suit- � . able proportion of prediKeat- 2 ed Beef. It i� pleasant to J the palate and imparts energy to the entire system. A fn!l * 16 oz. bottle for 11.00. : J.D.Hi$nlxithain&C6 TddrtioM 49 NIthi Bell K. T. .Sauntlors and wife, PiucUoi-Crank, were in town for .seveml Jity.s la.st yxtHsk. Miss Macdonald, daughter of J. A. Maodonald, architect, has gono to Vancouver to attend colleji;e. y^va party of land seekers which the O. W. Knrr Co. toroug>hi \o Worner hwt week invested very largely. neucntjar that the Western Wai�-! Cross and family. houM h TranslBr Co, giva you as lauch ice as you raiiuii* every day. .la.s. Hunt and W. .r. Hunt, mom-bers of fcho Manitoulin colony, were In town t/h'is week, guests at tho Windsor. LetJibridgc friends will tje interost-od in leamhiK titat Hon. F. W. U. Haulttttai is buiiding a 96,nOO residence at Roffina. Rondall Freeman is wrtting on t McG-ill Ifinivorjity marticulat ion t\-amination �>t Western Canoda v.'..�-It-'gc, Calvary, this week. S. Werfahoitn, formerly of f tlic London Life Ineuranoe Co., Calgary, spent a couple of days in ;r.wn wit* hiM son, Frofl Sanders. It js likely Rev. Dr. Riddell, prii ci|>ftl of A(l>erta College, ICdntont >n, will Sje elected prssiident of tihu .\l-beNa lloth Macleod. llev. J. F., Hugli86n aitd Wn., Hughson left on Monday to iitr.snd tiio Altterta Methodist confcroiio. i'hcyj^ill he a*>.sent until /the .>nd tendcd Mrs. W. C. I*c�' posit nuptial reception on FrWoy last. She was as-sistbd by Mrs. Ives (Macleod) arnd Mrs. A. .Soutfliafld. B. W. McGuiro, LctWjridgc, dU:.' ct agent for the IHing'er Hewing Uach>r>'.-Co., arrived in town on Wcdn !.sday, and will be here for a. l^yi iiyi.- I Maple Crock Signal. ' IxMfabridge loMt � very pop'alar ,\oung man this week 'l>y nitu '>em. v-al of Fred Sa.i'dcrs, of tihe lioirJey Co., to ItioPnix, B. C, where h'j hns accepted a position. Dorc and Allen vill siwnd 'the next laur or fi\>e weers in Victoria, B. C., occbmpanicd !,y I'.-s. Oliver's Hall Om Night Only, Tw%A%y June 19th .....IHtfM'X' 1^ Cbe AHAHA'S ANMOTH INSTREL CARNIVAL 30 Colored start 30 Presenting the cleverest / features of Minstrelsy Opera and Vaudeville Two Hundred and Kfty laugha in one hnndr�.-d ointl fifty minutes. WluTover yon yo, whatever you do, make youiself tlMS central Hgnro, luiless the occasion be an electric chair, a nooae || stand or a lyiidiing. Lot your conversation be the emboiliment ' uf a capital T. It ^ives you an upright appearance. Folka ani still asking "How did your meeting come off. Sage?" How it that for cheap fame, wlien I know as much about gat franchiwt as my collif? does about ixtrk-packing or the pons aainorum?^: I WANT YOU TO KNOW THATMV CHEAP SALJ^ Should !)(> as attraolive-and nourishing to you aa i molasses i.s to a swarm of bees. Come and be eon- \ vinewl. Make my store your Hub for this week. o Morns and Rowe circus ap|>ear heiv� on tihc 27bh. The platform s now Ijei at i'hc new union depot. Sid Duncan, if ho Now.s couple of days...> iit 'the new A''i!'.'tu' grounds has be.>n c. mpleted. Graham Macdonald, son ol A. Mae-donald. Wtiniiipog, is in the ctty. K. O-xland is prejiaring i.i Duilri a two storey front to his resi.ie-i s. R. F. Floteher, of Grassy Lnko. ha.s ''i)een ga7.et/tcd a notary puhlir. The minora parailud on Tuei*.la.\ morning. There W'ore a lot of nien in line. Tom Douglas, formerly of i'.us Lands Ofllce, now oi Calgurv, �.1.^ in toww this week. Colin McQuoen, of Owon Sound, Ont., is in the oily and nvay rosiAc here permanently. .f. Macdonald, 4he new district .socwtary of the Miners' Uinion., w.�s In town this week. Mr. McOahoy, of t'he Mnriitoulin colony, w^ho has been ill �t th'a hos pital, is convalsecent. Missr Anna McKibbm, of iV'it!>, Kansa.s, is Uie guosit of her aunt, Mis H. E. Mi'Obach, for the siiminor. To Rent, two comfortable furnish-odi rooms, two 'doors wos't' of ..Antral school. Apply to Mrs. F. ,\. Walinco. A son of Ihe late D. W. Davis, ax.-M. P.. has been . attending ..-pp. > Canada College, Toronto, and w-fs tibere when the news ot his fat4�er's death arrived. CLJMATICAL Visitor (from Hunny South)-"I am told there is a theory up here that your climate is changing." Hoat-."There is no theory about it. It's a recognized fact our climate is always changing." For, Positive Proof See G. H. JoKnston*s Waterproof Coats one day White Washed Suits next afteraooa Light Silk and Crepe KimoAat Moaday Unbrellaa Tuetday WHAT ABOUT THE BOYS Suits for every kiad of Climate, aad a cap . gratis. Keep your eye on G. H. Johnston C. P, Rock and brother. Milk i:;v-er, weiio at t^ie Arlington iikin week. Tlvey arc going to tjho Old Country for u trip. Frod Rooney 'has engiagiad R. W. Coopi-r, a first-class man, as chef at the ArMng'ton. He comntences work on Monday. \\. H. Owon returned on Suiulay from a trip to'Dakota. He was l)lockaded for a couple of days al Maple Creek. Supartwtondont Wilson enitertai'ned a nuinbcr of gentlemen at bridge on Friday night last, in itonor of Commissioner J^rry. 01' Ifogina. Rev. J. H. Morgon, Winnipeg, fi.r-uwrly pa.slor of -1 .he ^Methodist chu.-(;n here, has boon elacicd prosiident of the Mani'tolia Methodist confere.ic; The Brick Co. are !:jt wnii-.ving a great deal about the strike. Th �; have a number of men at work, iin.l R. H. McDuflfce, president oinond Boand o( Trade, and Brig-ham S. Young, editor ot the iUy-mood Chronicle, were in town Monday evening on tiheir way 'to the board ot trade convention at E>d-monton. The wedding in Winnipeg last v.eok ol Miss Eunice .Vndrews, daughter, of the late G. A. F. Andrews, iurt granddaughter of Rev. Aifrod .Xad-rows, formerly of Leth'lwidge, to I). J. McLaugiiHn, ot John, N. was one of the swell events of Winnioo society. J. F. Simpson, ol Wmnlpeg, is the licw manager of the A. Macdonald Co. He arrived from Winnifteg, �4iere ho hod been in business for himself for a time, on Monday. His fan>ily will follow in about kix w'oeks. Mr. Simpson wasi m 'the mor-ca'ntile 'Imsinces in Olencoe. Ont., *nd is well .lualified foi his new po.si'i-.n. Assist.-Com. Z. T. Wood and wite, of Dawson City, Yukon, arrived bore t)his morning from their six months^' tourimg on the continent. They are the gttcsts of Major and Mrs. D. J. I Campbell. We aiv pleasiod to slate e.xppot to l� makings brick very won that Asst.-Com. Wood is gwaWy im-.1. 1'". Glay.shor w�* up from Ta4;or proved m health in consequence of on Monday. Ho reports nine soc-ions of land b�ng. soid in thet district to Americons, who will settle there. Messrs. Bullard and Coffee, ropre-.senting Swirt & Co.; packers, Chicago, were in ihe city .leaterday Calling on their local 'ag'^ats, The Dentley Co. W. C. Ives wont to Fxlinonton on Monday 10 attend 'the associated IwaiNl of trade conveniiion. Mrs. Ives accompanied ivim. Tlvsy expect (,0 return on Monday. R. O'Hagan is going \a > iiid a two-stoi>cy 'brick resi'donce >n Rod-l>ail'h street. He has iboug^t two lots opposite J. E. Lethbridge's from tho C. B. Bowman agency. Hon. Dr. De Veber mot with an accident at Otituiwa. He slipped nu a paveinont and bruised hims.>lf .'tn-sidcrably. ni08t8 at the Hotel ^Vriington this week were P. Warrc.T. and F. Moddson, of London, Onb; F. W. I'itts, who is going to visit his son, Wm. Pitts, at Little Dow; P. A. Pulley, Xcwlands, and /i.' W. Rogers, S.t. Thomas, North Daklota. The man Hotntos, poHtmastor in a Minnesota town, who started out for J>U)*iridgo^ early in May, has not yet lieen heard from by his rolatiives. It is iMslioved he is safe and sound, how-over, but 'is keeping qui'M on accouiit of busino.sh trou'bles which ho left bo-hind. IMic little 'daug'li'ter of Pre.sii llouk mot wi'i'h a severe accident on S in-doy last. While playing about har homo, .she stepped on a rusty nfil. which ran through hor foot. A doctor was iiiimodiately summoned, und up to the presort hlood pois mints, which was feaKd, ihas not deveio','fJ. T. K. Pattoson, who is well-known in ast Friday afternoon tite Board of Trade commit t0 seconds all th;� pupils had mai-c'liod out on 'be grnund�. This Is u .tri'l>ute to the training I'hey have had in tlie fire drill. The F>lmonton .lournal rotors 1.. a former Lethbridge citizen as fotlow's: Mr. .1. Kirkpatrick, formerly C P. R. agent, an oldWnie Albertan, end the pioneer business man ot Ohip-man, is enlarging his s'toro in 'Jcr to meet the ideiiiands ot an ever-increasing trade. When finished he mIM be able to display as ftne a displtjl of 'genornl stock at cm Ijo found any place in tihe country. Bruce Boaglo, of ':o.se !l>�';-�. was in town on Tues'diy. Mr. K'ii,^tf buis a section ot land ihoie, ani c* iV lighted with the prospects. .'\.l lit spring grains are ja^iic Tue. kt' Beagle came from 'l'e oi er a year ago, ond nks I'^utnTt; Alberta is a grand country. He says Mclean and Thom|>son have Just built a fine house and barn, upd arc now broak'ing two sectiions. Mr Dalrymple, of Trail uMic, very i.ow siiririsf* if, nevertheless. Mr. Dotrymiple thinks well of the district, as Ms .nvost-lueat indicates. Seattle has e.\|�erienced a couple of 1 earthquakes latoly. according to a litter Mrs. C. .1. Eekstrom received from hor daughter, Mi.ss Lucille, who is abtending school in 'tihat city. Mrs. Bcloher and t'hc Mis-ses ijol-clkor, ihavo i�tumod from Li;lm.)nton. The local jeweilers have arr^ingod to close their ^ops every nighr, except Saturday ami one week b.-forr-Ohristmas at 6.30 o'clock. 'I�*o .nir':. closing commenoos MoTKtay next. Citiaons make complaint thai their clotihes lines are l�eing roUbi?;!. (Mio lady phoned ahe .ferjld liii e unci said she knew the ;> trties Vho had been stealing, and wu.^ kcepi ig hur eye on them. She >. .. i'.d hav-j 10 mercy on them 4f ;hoy were ciiugit. Best UarDMs aad Saddlea. Try A. Gaatoa; U. E. Pla.vle, who has for several years been following his trade as->a blacksmith at Lethbridge, is in town ttbis week on a visit 'to 'his iiorcnts. We understand t4�at Mr. Playle has sold out his Lethbridge business to good advaintage, 'and is now open to look lor a good kicaition. Innisfail Province. W. N. Matson, w=ho has taken up land at Warner, was in town 011 Monday and swtiscribed to t*o H.-'i-aM. He owns a half soction of land in the Warner district, and two '.f his sons aie there wil'h .h'im ait jii-es-001. Mr. Matson is engaged on a contract breaking land for the O. W- Kerr Co. He came hoie from Minnesota, arwl'ijrior to t'hat farmed in Illinois. Mr. Fielding, minisiter of Finoinc.') I has introduced a bill to adinit'of the I free importation during the pi-eseni year of machinery of every kititl, and | structural ii'on and s.teel when inir I ported under regulations to be nvatio \ by the mrnistcr of customs, for ise j in Construction ond of|Wii>ment of la'--lories for the manufacture of sii^'ar from beet root. This will l:e plojs-iug news to the people of this district. Mack'onzle King, deputy minis'i er of .its, and make full cn^juiry into the metaving half of the imwer* as the weight of the rods near y eciuals the weight of the water. With one of theaa pumps in your well or cistern yon hitve u home lire engine, as they can be made ready in one minute by a siiiiple attachment for connecting a hose, to throw, a coiilintious stream of water. I have also stoirk puniiM that will throw 30 gallons of water a minute. These pumps to.be used in wells not exceeding 20 feet, in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carriefl in stock. By giving me the depth of your wells I will fit up any of the above pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc., so that any person ctui install them. I will positively place my guarantee back of all pumiM sent out. Special prices to country merchants. C. W. GREY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT^ TELEPHONE ee Real Estate Snaps 8 roomed modern house with stable.2 lots, Round st.; $3000 10, roomed mwlern liouse, near hospital, 2 lots........$2900 med cottiiue. -1 lots, well planted in fruit.........$1600 a roomeil cottage, *> acres of land, North Ward....... $600 5 roomeii ob'ttage, RediJjith, 1 block from Round...... $700 8 roomed house, 2 lots, Dufferin street...............$1350 il lots Round street................................ $125 1(1 lots tiear police Imrracks......................... $125 4 lots Cllyun street................. -----.......... $225 2 lots and barn. Ford street........................ $550 :5 lots. North Ward................................ $40 1 lot and brick building, near Redpath............... $1600 rrrrrrrr and lieaut'iful costuinos to burnt cork olf with'? All of est innovations that money :ng inioj'rac-leod. was discussed, and it wus do-cidod to take some itmnediatc action in t/hii matter, ho as to induce that long-4tlstancc 'plione. service to be installed in Macleod. A special cotii-j mit.toa, consisting of Councillor | Struthers and the town .solicitor, was appowtod to deal with tiba mat-tor.-Maclood Gazette. The lliorald learned from an ortlcial of the UeM Telephone Co, a few weeks ago that the long-distance would 'l)e rim. into Bfaclcod, but no exchange .vould be established there, us a local systoni already existed. Vou will do well to pay a visit to Frank Mahora's Dig M"i- UNDER ORDERS Our stock of Men's and Boy's Clothing is under Marching Orders. The stoek is on the Bargain Counter and will be Cleared out at extremely low prices. \ Just think of it : 20th CENTUR.Y CLOTHINC | At the following low prices: ^ Regular $15 and $1d j by fi chorus of twenty voices, imd strcl OarriiiVttl wh'H tiliey afi|x>ar linrfti Iho colored raou is 'tiljo recognized lea'der in makiivg rich, NWM>t melody. BesKlos swt�t Silvers land clever dancers, Mahura's Minstrel carry several ibig novelty �eis, a lone worth' the price ot admnssion. Don't mlsM: tlio concert at 7.30 p, m. in troat rf \ho Uieatre.