Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
SPECIAL SALE -OF 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 Lethbridge Alberta Lalhbrlrtgc friends will be interested in loamtntj that Hon. F. W. U. llauttain In butMIng a $tt,000 residence at lleglna. Randall Freonian is writing on i McCMII Ifotlvordlty martleulatlon iv n ml nation at Western Canada loge, Calgary, this week. S. Wertiholtn, formerly of 1h. II. & I. Co., has toon placod in charge ot tfte C. P. It. sleeping and dining car department at Toronto. V. S. Sanders, a general Agent if I he London Life Insuruwv Co., Calgary, spent n couple of .day1* in :r.wn with his son, Fred Sanders It Is likely ttev. Dr. Itiddell, |�r.,i el pal of Alberta College, Kdmoni. >n, will lie elected president of line Alberta Methodist conference. B. S. Jenkins, dead of tin; P. H. telegraph system vlre will be put in the service from Medicine .Iti t'> Macleod. liev. .1. K. Hughson and Mm., Hughson left on Monday to ait. tnd tho Alberta Methodist conferees They .Will ho absent until tlie .�nil "f next week, i A large number of la>dle.s at'tcndod [Mrs, W. C. lvc*T post nuptial reception on FrMay lust. She was �s- Islstod by Mis. Iws (Macleod) and |Mr*. A. Southard. j IJ. W. McOuirc, Lc'lMiridge, dU:.' ct J agent for the Singer Sewing Hai'lvr,.-t'o., arrived in town on Wedn utility, and will be here for a few Hy..- Maple Crock .Signal. | l/Mhbrldge lo�t a very popular young man this week 4iy -ilie -em. v- Jal of Fred Sum-dors, of the IVM-.ley | Oliver's Hall Ok Night Only, TucuUy jine 19th! On Ok Bib M AHAkA'S AMMOTH INSTREL CARNIVAL 30 Colored Stars 30 Presenting the cleverest features of Minstrelsy Opera and Vaudeville Two Hundred and fifty laughs in one hundred and fifty minutes. Mahara'sChallcnge Band and ORCHESTRA t T y y y y y y y y y v Wherever you go, whatever you do, make youtself the cenlrftl lignre, unless the occasion be an electric chair, A nootb stand or a lynching. Let your conversation lie the embodiment of a capital T. It gives you an upright appearance. Folks are still asking "How did your meeting come off, Sage?" How il that for cheap fame when T. know as much about gas franchises as my co11iob. Coino und be con-vinced. Make my store your Hub for this week. ROBERT SAGE THK IMCTrRK FRAMER Watch for the big street parade. Prices, 50c, 75o and $l.0 Reserved seats on sale at !. I>. Higiiiboth'aiu's. -FOR THAT-HOT FEELING ------TRY----- Lime Juice We carry the three best brands at 50c and fiOc per bottle J.J.JOHNSTON DRUGGIST an,. STATIONER Wstsk Kmb'i ad. Mis. CI. (.'. tves Imis rcturni-d tu Macleod. AI (rod Mitchell is now living ut Ttvbor. Itev C. MelCillop. of ltuywond, won in town this weeld Col Mneklc left for IVnnhrokc. Out., on Monday night. Mrs. Dave IWt is on i \ iii. tr her |mri*>ts at Uhl�hury. F C Sooll, of Mitcli'oit. look over ttie City bakery this week. John Cow eireus �d .>i-tising car wA9-in town yest�rda> . .1 C llohlxi aivl Win. I'rol.erl. if Taibor, wer�; In town on Tuesday. Al. Morris has returiKkl fionn a visit U> Ivis brolber ut Aloilleine Hat. Mrs A. Houthunl is makinc n um'k's visit with frieiKls in Calgtt.y. Horn, on May, 80. 1000' to Mr. und Mrs. (ieo. Iluldwin, n d\� 111 ton at Kdinonton. II K. Miebuoh hns put in th:- fnn-M ouk bar llxtures to bo Hccuml. and a -new pool labie as well. O l'. McMicking is I ti.i.lin; a couple of bouses on Wood �iieet T. '.'J-mark has the eontrae*. (ieo. Lucbhurst has 'bought two residential lots on Glyn stroet from th� C. It. Ilowman agency. Do You Know that Our -------- Beef, Iron and Wine Is a most valuable nutritive tonic, combining the stimu-lutiiiK properties of superior Catawba wine, with an assimilable form of iron and a suitable proportion of predicated Beef. It is pleasant to the palate and imparts energy to the entire system. A full lti ox. bottle for 91.00. : J.D.Higinbotham&Co: Tclohani 49 Nifhl B�ll ________________ Co., to Itioenlx, It. C, where he lins ------ ^^^^^^^*^^^*^^^^OOOQO iaccepcctl n position. Seattle hns ex|�orienced 11 couple of "-------------------------! Dore and Allen -have oMnrul �: wth�iuak�fi latHy, according to a K. T. .SunnrterH and wlto, Pinchui-1 modern Mii>acle ivment block mach- j '^t^' Mrs' c'- ' Kekmrom received i Croek. were in town for several itnys ' ine for tneir faetory. Thesu enter- 'from her daughter, Miss Lucille ! last week. I prising young men arc busy all the "ho * amending school in thai city. \ Miss Macdonald, daughter of .1. A. li,no' and their work has l.een much Mnodonatd, architect, has roik' to'admired. Vancouver to attend college. Hon. C. W. Cross, attorney-.:Mter- The Party of land' seokers whact. the h ,ftke�h�,!,ty W. Korr Co u____.. 1 �� account of .ils hcal-th, and O Mrs. Ileloher and 'the. MisMes itel cher, 'have returned from Mdm-mtoti. j The local jewellers have arrang���l to close their shops every nlghi, e.x-t,.|H I ecpt Saturday awl one woek li-for" 'Ohris'tmas at 6.30 o'clock. 'Ph.- env!� Kerr Co �,ro.*ht ,0 Warner,^ ^ wxt fmr or flw W� hers of the Mnnitoutin colony, 'veivmoml Chronicle, were In town Mon In town this week, guests �it tlurtuy evening on tJteir way 'to the Windsor It. It. McDufTev, pivsivlent of Phe Morris and Howe circus viil u|"d>enr heiv on the !27bh. The platform s now liei ien ga/ett.d n notary public. The miners |>;\iiiiIi>.I 011 Tues.lii\ inorniog TlH're were 11 lot of men in line Tom Douglas, formerlv i'm C. I�. Hock nnd brother. Milk ISlv-er, ux-ro at the Arlington this wev'k. 'Pliey mm goiiiK to t*te Old Country for a trip. Kro.1 Ilooney has cnpofiwl It. W Ciwi|i,-i. n fln*t-class man. as chef at the ArMngton He commencen work tin Monday. H. II. Owen vottirmil on Sunday front a trip to Dakota. He �vas t.lockndeil for a couple of ..lavs ni Maple Creek. Sup.-jrwiondent Wilson enteitallied 11 number of gentlemen at bridge on Cridiiy niglit last, in (tonor ol Coni-iinssioiter IVrr.v. oi It.^lnn. guests at tb? day evening on |l>oard ot trade convention �t ICd-monton. The weding in Wintiiiieg. lost week ol Miss Kunicc Andrews, daughter, of the lute C!. a. F. Audivws, and granddaughter of Itev. Alfreil Andrews, formerly of IjethlwUlge, to l�. J. Mcl.aug'iilin, ot .lohn, X. II., was one of the swell events of Winnine societ.v. ,1. F. Simpson, ol Winnipeg, is the new manager of the A. Macdonald Co. He arrived from WI�iri|H>g, wlieiv he had been iu business for himself for a time, on Monday. His family will follow in about .'.ix weeks. Mr. Simpson was in 'the mer- iih-rly pastor of the Methodist chovii here, has \wcn elected president of' th� Manitoba Methodist confere ic> cantile busineFK in Olencoe. Out., -ind '' " Mor�"n. Wiiuri|>c^, (or- is W(.j| ,,ualin�l for his new posi-i-.u Assist.-Com. '/. T Wood and wife, of Dawson City. Yukon, arrived hero l4tis inornini; from their six mottth�' The llrtck Co. are ;. .t wur>ing a tourinK on the continent. They an , . rtlB . . .S^"' ill,nl n,,0,,t th0 ,1h0 gucBlH of MuJor ulld Mre. D. .1 l^atwls Olllco. now oermanently. .1. A. Mncdonald, 4he new e Miners' Cition. w.i* in to'.rn this week. Cttiwms make complain* thn' their the:clothes 'lines ore lieing robihsl. t�nen to look for a Rood location. Innisfnil IVovinoo. W. N. Matson. who has taken up land at Warner, was in town on Monday and subscribed to the II.>r-aKd. He owns a half s-i'Uo>i of land in the Warner distriet. and two . f his sons are there with him at present. Mr. Mutson is engaged 011 a contract breaking land for the O. W. Kerr Co He came horu froni Minnesota, ami prior to that farmed in Illinois. I Mr. Fielding, minister of Finunc Double Cylinder Double Acting Hand Force Pump I 11" Its Special Features Are: Tht; only pump uwtnufactnrrd that has no leather suckers and requires no packing or parked joints of any kind. Always primed, for shallow or deep wells, maple handles, adjustable rods, easy working, never freezes, fhese pumps an> the most sittisfaetory pumps made, throwing double tlic amount of witter with the same ease as any of the so-called double-acting force pumps. Ry placing the cylinder and rods on opiwsito sides of the pi|H*, they are perfectly balanced, thereby saving half of the power' as the weight of the rods near y equals the weight of the water. With one of thesa pump* in your well or cistern you have ti home lire engine, us they can be made ready in one minute by n simple attachment for connecting a hose, to throw a continuous stream of water. I have also stock pumps that will throw 30 gallons of watei a minute. These pumps to Is: used in wells not exceeding 20 feet, in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. Hy giving me the depth of your wells I will fit upauy of the above pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc., so that any person can install them. I will positively place my guarantee buck of all pumps sent out. Special prices to country merchants. C. W. GREY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT* TELEPHONE 66 P.O.O.OAOIOaO.O.O.O'O.OK).OAO.O.O.O.u.' 'I' '.O.O.u.O.U.U.Ji 77 i'o' 'cr Real Estate Snaps CanipU'll We aiv pleased to state [expeot to Ih> mokimj brick very-0..11 that Asm.-Com Wood is gwatly lin- 111 consequence of Macleod Ad- I. I'', (flaysher was up from Ta^or proved in health on Monday. He reports nine wc- his proloiigod vacation, lions of land 1..>iiik sold in that dts- vance. tiict to Americans, who will settle l^st Friday afternoon the Itoard;by * 0 ,n ' iimn. . _ . , 1 in construe! ion and equipment of (iv of Trudo commiite sent a telegram . . , ' ! lories for the manufacture of su^ii has iiKroduood a bill to admiiAof the free iniportntioii during the prt.>seiit year of machinery of e\cry kind, and I structural iron und steel wh. u imported under o^friilations to Ix- nmile of customs, for "ff^'S 1,101 * K,'anrt for a com��ln^fl j ,rict culling on iheic local ug-mts. The poslolllce, lands oftlce ami n'lit i:u� U'ntley Co 'otllee b�)m-d uioderii iiouse. near hospital, 2 lots....... (1 roomed iiKMlern house. Argyle strwt. Itlots......... ") riHimetl nn idem cottage. Crabb street............. " iHKnne�l niiMlerti house. Iturtlett street. 2 lots....... S roomed uuslcrn house. Kotii|wis street. 2 lots....... ti roomed cottuL'c. I lots, well planted in fruit........ .*) roomed cottage. ' acres of land. North Wanl....., 5 roomed cottage. Reil|Ktth, 1 block from Round ..... S roomed house. 2 lots. Dufferiu street........ I! lots Itountl street.............................. Ill lots near police Imrraeks....................... 1 lots (Sly 1111 street.............................. 2 lots and bant. Kord street...................... :i lots. N'.irlh Ward.............................. 1 lot tttt�I brick building, near ltedputli............. $:tooo $2900 $2100 $1000 $1600 $8*500 $1(KX) $(J00 $700 $1K50 $125 . $125 . $225 , $550 $40 To Item, two romforiahlc furnish-t�t rooms, two doors weKt" of .'en'.ral school. Apply to Mrs. F. A. Wallmv. A son of the late I). W. Davis. M. I*.. has been .attending .'pp-1 Canada College, Toronto, nnd wts there when the news ot his father's death arrived. It. CL1MAT1CAL Visitor (from Sunny South)-"! am told there is a theory up here that your climate is ohangiug." float-"There is no theory uhout it. It's a recognized fact our climate is always changing." For Positive Proof See i G. H. Johnston's Waterproof Coals one day While WaaheJ Suits nest afternoon Light Silk and Crepe Kimonas Monday . Umbrellas Tuesday spcet. Th�! pupils of the t'entral school lespondi'U to a lire ulnriii in li'>'ht'lin� uif si.vie on Mcii'i.i.N Trustees Flo pupils hail maivhii! out on 'be ground. Thih is u tritnite .ls of an ever-in- WHAT ABOUT THE BOYS Suits for every kind of Climate, and a cap gratis. Keep your eye on C. H. Johnston O'llatfan is going to ' iild a two-stoify brick ividdence >n Ited- p�t� street. He ban >l>onght wo to'sischool In the iiioiiuitg. |oPi�os�e .1. I'. l^thbrWs�'s trom �h�! alarm, and in :w; I*. A. Pulley. Nowlands. and W..,, ., Itogcrs, St. Thomas, N'orth PaVota. [place in the country. The man HoIiik>s, pommastor in u |Minnotu town, who trtarted lievod he is safe and sound, however, but 'is koeping tIt-east 'this morning on ilf >� to Calgary. Mr. King will uo m i>> lethbridge ami otht>r western ii..t--aml iitako full enquiry into tin- . .-n-ditlons pivvailing in the i-onl n. distriets of Ihe west - Winiii|h.u |i.,-Pivss. Mr. Kiot; lias not inn I.- in-ap|>earance heiv > > . n SOeniS to kllOW whether lie is ronil in or not. What is more. ivfi-.^biuK ihau ri real, bright, Kintfi-riy minstrel performance with its jolly ctiiiiediuns.' clever r�' Hall Tuesday e\ening next. Itruce Ueagle, of 'fuse 'In t'i. �as The fact that ths general managu-! in town on Tuesdtv. Mr. M ii�l�- b�i> ment of the Hell Tolophono Co. nas a section of land there, an I 1* i'c stated that .the long-distance tsdt>-lighted with the prospei1 h. A I lit phone was to bo built as fur as spring grains are ..i.sMf fiitt. kt-Allierta is a grand country- Ho says cidod to take some iwuiediaae net ion McLean and Thompson have just in tihn matter, so as to induce ihui built a fine house awl barn. apA are long-distance 'phone, service to be her now breaking two sections. installed in Macleod. A spec ml coin- Mr Dalrymple, of Trail county, miUoa- consisting of Councillor Dakota, who hns lor many \quvu S'ruthers mid the town solicit jr. to, wos ....mediately summoitcl, and ownwl lm, bigfiWit ,, was �ppo.n'ie Suits at...................... Regular $18 and $2le'>,,one Co " few ,m'ks th,u in .the city, i.as opened a real estate W. Kerr Co. partv o| iand M-l:kersi1ho �ong-��l"�an�s would tse run. I Macleod, but no exchangn vould l,e ,.....------ is not now .he lurgau in'^ahllahart there We have just u|MMieil a new shipment of Tooke Bros.' Skirts, S Ties, Socks, etc...comprising the correct patterns for 3 the coming season. * ilThe Bentley Co'y! Wholesale and Hetail Limited Lethbridge, Alta. agency in tho On'. lost week. While th- m.lryinpl.. ium. lisement will ihj found. Mr. Patte-jthe ltepublic. w-r.v ..-w su.p.ssji, son was formerly ccmnectod witii the'nevertheleM. Mr. Dalrymple thinks A It lice. &. I. Co., and the Mounted To- wel! of the district, as his .nvest ment indicates. Tuesday evening next. Mr. .Maharu as 11 loc:,l sv�len, w,s 0lm of lhP �'""�""' MWMW- ulivadv existed. ivrH 10 wW " M'Mtrtette of ladies' voices to 'his big chorus. Kvery song You will do well to pay n'sangwith this company is assisted visit to Frank Mahnra's Dig \\,.t hy ft ^j,,,,.,^ of ,v,,ttv v�ii�s, mid strel Carnival when tiliey ap|H>a.r here . the colored ruc-u is tUu tocuyoizod loa-der in inakiog rieli, sw<�<4. melody, llesidus swoi't singers and clever dancers, Mahnra's Minstrel carry several 'big novelty nets, 1110110 worth 1 ho price of admission. Don't miss the conceit ut 7..HO p. tu. tu front cl the theatre.