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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H  BKRGKIN ~$if?a$l) I iMgc, Wholcule price |30, Clcariag at - - - - COME AND SEE THE INVOICE OF COST The Central Hardware Store G.L VROOMAN r HBK BIC SHIRT Fur til WORKINGMAN *T'''"'"~" MAMa OOUBkl STITOMtO What man has not wished for a shirt that the buttons woold not come off. Well, here's one they won't come off, iiii-less deliberately cut off, as every bu^tton is sewed on by hand witii ipMiially strbiiK linen thread. Re-inforced gussets, double stitched seams and hat tacked button holes are additional advantages in the H. B. K. UG SHULT T|ii Briund on every Shirt a Ovumatee The 2 Macs -On'y Exclusive Men's Outfitters in Lethbridge Tho c. U. UownMMi acsney Im� die- po�!d of aix lots on DnHerkn A^trcni. cast. The C. B. Bowman mg^cy dis- posofl of six lots on |}nrp*)c.s$ l:onc1 The HerakTs Market When you have anything to Sell or Buy, here is tho place to let the people linow LOST. A horse, tmy, branded -2- on right tbifib: about 9 years old; shod aU round; hair worn by hameas. 10 reward offered to party return-log to W��t�m Warehouse & Transfer Co.'a Stables. AVANTJ3D. A young man, just out of ihe hos-pi'tal, is prepared to look -ifter th-j boofc-kocpiog: of any mproha.nt r f iiu in town. Prefers to do the work at his residence, as toe is unable to kIa e lull time to oflSce dut-ies. Apply at Herald office. WANTED TO RENT A furnished cottage. Address 266, Ijetbbridge. tf XOTICE. A'll persons indebtod 'to 'the Morris Hendricks Transfer Co. will kindly call and settle ttieir accounts before July 1. Accouflts unpaid at tl>at time will be placed in t'he bands o( a solicitor for colleotio�i. M. HENDRICKS. REWARD. A reward of $10 c^aoh will be paki for information leading to the recovery of two black mai^s, bi-��'dod o on rijfht shoulder. Also two 2-year-oId colts, l>ay and a buckskin, - no brands, witih rings in tiieir ears, and will weigii about 900 pounds each. Apply to D. Donovan, Mosa-leigh, Alta. FOR SALE. A LOCALBUDGET At Gra.^y Lakv, on June Jl, �iy six-room&d .i.h-iwit a by-law to $40,000 i-Jr waterworks e.x^tonsion to tlu i�rj,i.� on July 13. Mrs. Mutz, wife of A. Mut/., of tho Port Sti>ele flrewi�ig Co., Fernie, B. C, accompanied M'isS' tjouisa Sick on her trip to Germany. John Murray has purchased two lots from A. J. McJjean on Cu'bl'i street through the C. B. no.vnv.'.n agency. He will buiW. The following telephotjes will be in-otalUd ihi.s w^eek. 137, L.. and J. McLeay; 189, O. W. Kerr Co ; 160, Dr. Campbell's residence. To rent, from 1st .July, spl^iislid opportunity, a two-wtorey T roomed house, incdern, furnace, water and tiat'hrooiu; central situation: icnt in''il-.v1. Maclood and Leththridge ridings v.ill form one district, and Pinehcr t'�eck prding the other. In alltMling to the deaith oi Mrs. Uut'ton hei-e a few weeks �ago, the Rod Deer News i�calls fhat she was fgrnterly a member of the Industrial Sshool �tafT there. Mrs. Lethbridge entertained at progrenive euchre this wxjeir. The priiM wiinners were Rev. Mr, i^hiv.;.*, R. F. Ree\-e, Mrs. Geo. Robins.^n and Mrs. Ohivcrs. At the mectiifg of the city council Wednesday night. Mayor Rogers and AW. Harding were appointed to go to Medicine Ual and investigate the nalt4iral 'gas proposition ther'2. The wedding occurned on Wednesday ttight ot Sam .Jones and Miss v.. Barbara Winacotte. Rev: A. M. Gordon ofHciatod, and a number of guests wore present. This woddiu:^ is said to be the first since Ijethbridga became a city. Mrs. Geo. B. Mackay held her postnuptial reception at tho home of her sister, Mrs. F. Colphian, last "VeJ-iiesday. A great many ladies caileJ. The decorations were American teauty roses. Mrs. Mackay was as-si.sted by her sisier and Miss Vpdo-ntan. Mrs. Lethbridge and Mrs. Rah-inson poured 'tea. The Ro.sci�n Opera Co. presented QB.TKCT TO NEW HOAD. AltfcH^ Xofthem Sill in Commtioe at Ottawa. Perfectly new 12 roomed teau'.iful-ly finished house, with .stable :iiul 3 lots, on Bompas: vi-ry centrally sit- i^o long as the workmen get ihe bi-n united. A bargain at !?2,800: ^^l,800;eflt of tihe raise. I'atronize Asli -.f.. cash; balance mortgage if de.*lr'(i.- T. E. Paitteson. LOST One dark iron grey Filly, two years old, weight about 1000 lbs. Branded on right thigh, Reward of Ten Dollars ($10,00) _(r' for return to Jesse P. Holt Raymond, Alta. NOTICE In the maitter of the Companies Wiijdlng-up Ordinance, 19Q3, and in the nj^tter of the winding-up of ti.e VetUb/riAge Co-Opeia.tive Associafcion lyimWed. All creditors of the Lcthbri�al��ng an effort al mines in tine vicriiity, ftncl later 4he said aot'li day of August, 190fi, jKono north to look lor some ooal the Uquidator undersigned wiU pro- lands. '1^ citiMns of Tabor think read "to tUatcibute the assets of the said A8�oi:intur eyes properly a'nd scientiflcalty attended to by a rclinblo and uxpurl-enoed speeialist. Hearing applii-ices and ttrtiflcial eyes fttA�sd. the MikoKio to a delighted aikdience at Oliver's flail Wednesday uifKht. Tho company is one of the best on the-road. Claude Ame-lcn, ';ihe couix'.i-an, can take rank with Ds Wolf, Iloppcr or Francis Wilson. Some cf the \'oices arc'' exceptionally stool, and t'he Ro�>c�ans can always cunt., on a 'i/ig house when Ithey visft J-oth-brklgc. Hon. Dr. De Vbber has infainied Secretary Rarnes, of the Board �f Trade, tihat t'he Provincial c-on. the valuation placed upon it I y tbe . Dominion Government, 'i .!;; building is taken over, tbe f:..-r:at.:r proibiaeis to advocate for all he is worth the erection of a com! ined postoflicc, cus'tonis and lands t i:id-�ing. M. Mecklenburg, tbe eye s|>ecialist. writes the HeraM a^ follows: There is a spectacle, pecMler around I.e�,to-biivdge just now. He knows' aibeo-lutely nothing about speptiacle fitting. He defrauds *he public by s.vll-i'ng bis- ctoeap trashy i^oods at c.x-Itorbitiaait prices, under the pretence that he is a cousin to Dr. Butler, of Momtreal. now deoeased, wihicb-Is a falseho i. � h �^ were selling kinves' a/bout the ..n a charge of vagrancy. The men were loaded up witti knives and weapM in\lt.u Mr. King to interfere. But iha lufty-or took a hand in tibe proceelings, and the strikes are settled. In l.eth-bridgo there was one biff stiiio;. Neither party invited outsHie intervention, an,it Hip L^bridge cu'dic oiltciat bad the iK-'rve to take mutters Into bis own boiwls, afvd tf^ resuf, is Ottawa, June 12.-In t'he railway committee of tho commons morning the bill'to incorporalu iho AHi�rta Northern Railway, & ..'oii Compnn.v was taken up. It is proposed to run a line f. r m Lcthbridge vo Calgary and .m Edmonton. Clark, of, statoti that the Alberta autborilim favored the '.ill with soine minor 'amendments. Drink water said that from l.fih-'bridge to Calgary the proposed rood would parallel the Calgary nnt.)in ised. to build branches as it wa.'^^set-tled. As on cvidcct type. In a Semi- Ready storo the clerk can .jhow you � chart fh !ra over 40O sizes and types of .^gJre are represented,' and as these aro shown in many clotb patterns, a!tetter conception of t'ha certainty of a satisfactory lit in tbe Semi-Raidv store may be had. A. Southard, j:^bhrid�c, Alta., has the Semi- Rendy Wardrobe for Southern- Albei ta. HIIX'S PROPHECY. His Uiw Will be Through to Coast in Two Years. (he Montreal. Que., June 12.-'Hilii loft on a water trip last night, i.iu-c stating tbat his through lino. vi� Medicine Hat, I^btoridgB anl IVr-nie. to the coast, would \je working wKbin two .years, with system elevators second to none in Canal.i. MiMrf's Uaiacm LMrtcnaia's Frica4 TENDERS NOT OPENED. School Board Passed a RcsohJtion Insitead. ^ A s|)ecial mioct'ing of the Board of Education was b(4d Monday 'nf(,ibt lo rece;ivo tbe tenders for the completion of tbe upper storey ot 'bho Westminster School. But instead of opening tiho tenders, a resolution was passed calling upon .'^rohitect Mac-donald to explain to the Board w4iy the specifications for tho Westminster Sdbool wore, not fortbconning as requested. If a sat sfactory reply is not given he wi'll ho relieved from bis duties at once, and the Sites and Building comnnittee bas the authority to secure someone else *o carry on the work. . Tru.s'tce N'iinmons urged the necessity of the sidewalk on' Westmiinster Road 'being e4,tendod to the sobool. a fence bebig built armmd the school property and a ivalk from the sobool to 'the road. SHERMAN SAYS . HE IS SATISFIED that the labor diflkiilties . tf^re rt n-tinue and will probably (*OMitinuo for soiui! time to coaia. (Franik Paper.') F. H. Sherman, president of the distriot boar U. M. W. A., ivme ever from Femre TiiesKtey evening to dclivi>r the bcoks, etc.. to J.. A. McDonald, the new district secretary-treasurer. Mr. Sherman stated tha't the affairs of tbe coal mners of this district were never 'in as good cun-'dition as at tbis time, �8, wn�th .the exception of LMhbridge, tlte union has contracts witb ovtiry colliery in IJle district, a�ut of ontplo.vioent, a|l ptiier.'i having been foimfi wprk at otiber mines. Ho ex-{ressod tbe grea!ljei�t cjonAdefioe in the outcome oi 14)0 >tri|ce tfiere. The compon.v, be plaifO^d, had no� .'iuc-ceaded 'in gettiMT more titan thirty-Ave men to go to work, an>'l those were farmorff,. wbo knew .rtotifing about coal mining'. *fo pxpnMWxl ^he belief tbat the eomfuiny woukf t^^'^f secure a i'oinphnnefit of non-i|nipn IO^Krcw Oawiiow �iii Cilrtritin-lOO aa VaaMnui BquMtriMOi II Arabian Turtibler* ia Darlna Aarlaltata �_ 'mm.------ ttlimtMimm to JtaeJMMS It9l$flt IftUUf^ '^'^^^Jr UIIHf VIVMrJia 7 RuMiaa Oosaaoka t SmMAtieaal BtuiUbriata 20 Astonishing Acrobats A OMHplais Jmimummm tflroum �upsrb CarlMd Zntrss � Scores of Trained Wild Beasts Manis mt Pm^'tmlmg Klaiihmiiim Cameli, Llamas and Bos Indicus Sdueated Seals and Oe* Lione | Htsheat, Jurhplne Horses Thundsring Roman Chariot Rnces TniMtf iMHrtrt A�Ms� SlalilMS Only Lady Japanese Artists in America t09 akmthmtl Pmti^ BmUmt pake Walktns: Horses Marvelous PIcards rr AmtfM*'* OrMlt�t Cycliati snJ ItalKr.Sksttr* La Fi0urTrpupm Itt Ledtts et ^SHlilsv* Fmm m Cis�>u >�*  a��� Kt^al^ttit '�dtstat Pretty Edna Maretta � alw NMX B�|| ml m tmim, �i>lllll�| lliixi 6nii SInit ParaiS AT EVERYTHING NEW FOR THIS YEAR WEDNESDAY JUNE Out Eighteenth Successful Season 2 PERFORMANCES AT 2 AND B P. laaaMMMMM BOW TO BRBAK UP A COLD. It .may be a mrpriw t� niany to leoirn ttet a severe coM eon be broken up in one or two da.vs' time. Tbe Arat symptonMs of � coM are a dry. loud cough,  protuae W'Otery dkKhai�e from �ha nose, and a thin, 'wfaits coating'oil the tongue. When Co. liiis iH-K-n Hold to tlic Nwtionul AgiMio.v C'li, Mi-H. Klrkpati'ick, fi\te ot the uian-nger oi 'the lui|ieri�| Dank, Kdmon-ton, is doad. Wov. Dr. 'Falconer, of Xova Scotia, i, as been elected mmlerator of the Presbyterian general aseembly. S'lwinIT Widilinijkl, of Vopk County, Ont,, if! lioit'cl. �Hon. W, �t, .lobn may ap-po^ntod Hhcrlfl of.York County, Ont, At 'ferrcbonnej Que., Mra. Joseph Oravelton gave biTilb'to well-formed, healtby triplets. Hrn. GraveltToohas 'Klvon birth to twenty children, ot' whom filtecn survive. ' % - ;