Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
R> BKRGttlN $19 ?a$D I Range, Wholesale price $90, Clearing at - - - COME AND SEE THE INVOICE OF COST The Central Hardware Store (i. L. V ROOM AN of Bowman agency hat dl�- lot* OH l>lfficrl� JttHiOI. HBK BIC SHIRT For the WORKWOMAN What man has not wished for a shirt that the buttous would not come off. Well, here's one they won't come off, unless deliberately cat off, as every button is sewed on by band with specially strong linen thread. Re-inforced gussets, double stitched seams and .bar tacked button holes are additional advantages in the H. B. K. BIG SHIRT The Brand on every Shirt * Guarantee The 2 Macs On'y Exclusive Men's Outfitters in Lethbridge The Heralds Market When you have anything to Sell or Buy, here is tho place to let the people know LOST. A horse, bay, bratxkxl -2- on right thigh; about 0 years old; shod all round; hair worn by harness. $10 reward oflorod to party returning to Western Warehouse & Transfer Co.'s Stables. LOCAL BUDGET WANTED. A young man, Just out of the Iios-pitul, i.s prepared to look if tor th-> hook-keeping of any merchant r f-rni in town. Prefers to do tho work at hitt residence, as ho is unable to i�i\i-full time to office duties. Apply �t Herald office. At Grassy I.abe. on June 11, 'to to the wife of .las. Neil, a daughter. T. Dickson, Maclcod, was in t iwn yesterday. H. E. Playle has deckled to locate n Red Deer. C. G. Mair is in the Kooteuays on imntigrntion business. The city council has decided to chnri^c the circus a licenso of $.'0. C. G. Mair, of -the Union Dank, is on tho staff tat t�he n�*w branch at Maple Creek. A. Knston Ikis sold his howie iiikI lot on Smith street Bowman agency. WANTED TO UKNT cottage- Address A furnished Lethhridgie. 200, tf poned pas*. The C. B. Bowman agency h.is disposed of six lots on jinrpness Hond hear tin: clovntor. Mrs. DvifT has disposed qf � g-ht lots on l^omlon street through the 0. 11. Bowman agency. Commissioner ferry, of Itogittn, was in 'town Vast wok looking after tho' purchase) of remounts for the II. N. W. M. P. Thi> city rouncil hus deeitlod to m.limit a by-law to raise $-10,000 for waterworks extension to th> ; ecpio on July 10. Mrs. Muu, wife of A. Mutz, of iho Port Steele Brewing Co.. Pornie, B, 0., accompanied Miss Unnsn Hick on her trip to Oermony. John Murray has purchased two tots from A. J. Mrlx>an on Cu"ji'l street through the C. 11. Ito.vin/.n agency. Ho will build. Tho following 4ele|�hones will be installed this week. 157, IV. and .1. MeLcay; lfll), O. W. Kerr Cor 1C0, Dr. Campbell's residence. To rent, from 1st July, snlta>H1 opportunity, a two-storey 7 roomed house, modern, furnace, water and bathroom: central situation: lent nwtlprnte-T. I". Patteson. Ti\v present large license district of .Southern Alberta will he ,H�,:'Uvl. Mai'leod and Lethbridge riding vill form one district, and IHncher . The wedding occurred on Wednesday night of Sam J ones ond Miss V.. Barbara Winacotte. Rev. A. M. Gordon officiated, ninl a nuntbiM' of guests wore present. This wuddiit? is | said to be the first since Lcthliridge became a city. Mrs. Geo. R. Mackay held her postnuptial reception at tlv? home other lister, Mrs. P. Colpnian. last 'A'e I-ncsday. A great many ladies tailed. The decoration* were American beauty rows. Mrs. Mackay was assisted by |�er sister and Miss VrIonian. Mm. UkjIibridge and Mrs. It.il>-inson poured tea. Tin' Rivtcian 0|iera Co. pnesentod through tho C. Who Mikavlo to a delighted uitdiimca lot Oliver's HaU Wednesday u��ie Insures a Correct Pit. Seven distinct physical types of| manhood, showing thirty-five i.-in-tions of the types, and in many tasvs fifteen �l�e� of each varlat'lon, v'i*-es the reader a faint idea of tho basic measurements available In a mi-Re*dy store. The ordinary clothier j makes hts clothes from one disti:,ct type. In a Semi- Ready store the clerk can show you a chart fit -re over 400 sites and types of flgi.o ore represented, and as these ate shown in many cloth patterns, abetter conception of ttvs certainty uf a i satksfnetory lit in the Semi-Rjwly j store may be hod. A. Southard, | j^Hh*�rid(i,o. Alta.. has the Semi-Ready Wardrobe for Southern AIIhi| to. His HIUL'S PROPHECY. Une Will ho Through to Coast in Two Years. the Montreal, Quo., June 12.-Hill left on a water -trip last night. �.���! stating that his through line. �li j Medicine Ha-t. I^ethwridgo an I l-'.-r-nie. to the coast, wouhl iie working wKbio two years, with system vators secowil to none in Cnnnl* li-1 A. R. Humphries tironght '.ito .'11k* company is one of 1he best on ttK' town today a sample ol tall whe.�troa-cowry of two black nmivs, br�" ded O on right shoulder. Also two 2-yenr-old colts, 1-uy and a buckskin, no brands, with rings in their ears, and will weigh about 900 pounds each. Apply to D. Donovan, Moss-leigh. AlUt. KOH SAKE. Perfectly new 12 roomed U-mr if'il-ly fmisiiud house, with stable -.nil 11 lots, on Roiupus: very centrail> situated. A bargain at S2.8im) sj.Nih) cash: balance mortgage if de.sirsl.- T. R. Pattcson. LOST One dark iron grey Filly, two years old, weight about lOtX) lbs. Branded 011 r'^lt thigh, Reward of Ton Dollurs ($10.00) r- for return to Jersk P. Holt Raymond, Alta. NOTICE In tho matter of tho Companies Wiriding-up Ordinance, 100J1, and in the natter of the winding-up of the l^thbrkl�e CoO|�iativ� Association Limited. All creditors of the I>thbrldgo Co-Operative Association, LiiuiUfl, :>m| rnie on July 3, nn'l at Kalespell on July A pJiotogmpher long as the workmen get the ben eht of tlw rais.'. Palroniwi Ash f. tho local man. W. M. Qarbcr has removed his paint htiop from the building adjoining the town buildings to the rear of A. Southard's store, where lie will do ull kinds of carriage painting, and will accept orders for house painting. Phone. "5. Most of the census enumerators for this district were in town last wei-receiving th\>ir instructions ol Chi^f Enumerator McPhail, of Outawa, for the census to bo taken this month. Mr. McPhail u-iieves Alberta's p.,p-ulat.on will much aiO.OOO Jns. Keiwlry. ex-M i'. f.ir West Potorboro, in in the eily, an 1 will \* here for several days. He is ,'i,e of tlw leading woollen tnanufaet cs of Ontario, and was for many y.-ns mayor of Poterboro, Ont. Ho s convpaniod by Mr. Siogol, of \'.>w York. W. F. Russell, a( Tabor. w Wolf. Hop|H>r or Francis Wilson. Some cf tin* voices ai*e" exceptlonally awn I. and 11w- Rohoiuns can ahvnys c, unt on a '1/iB house when they visrt I.'.!!-brklge. Hon. Dr. De VWier has iiifjtined Secretary BnriK>s, of the Hoard i f Trade, that the Provincial oailiiivft has not decided to take over the Dot-, in-lon luiiVi'.tm here. It nil depen.ls U|>-on.tho valuation placed upon it ly the Dominion Government, "i U;; building is token over, the Seimi.r promises to advocate for all he is worth the erection of a com' inert post office, riisioius and IniKls it.'id-ing. M. Mecklcnlmrg. tlie eye n|kh.'iuli:;t writes fhe Herahl as follows: Th.-ro is a spectacle peddler around l.e*h-brkdge just. now. Ha knows alwo- TRNPERS SOT OPENED School Board Passed Iiwteart. n Resolnt >on j lutely nothing alwut s|>eotacle flt-| Roaal mine* in the vicinity, and later tho said 20tii day ot August, 190ft, 'gone north to look for some ooal the liquidator undersigned will pro- lands. Tho. citizens of Tabor think reed to distribute the assets of the''*0 a J- J. Hill man. said AssociaWon anwivgst �>.. |,,.. | m MecklenlmrgiA: M. ties ent4tleid fhoroto, having i.^uH only to tho claims of which tu- on havo notice. "Da/tod at l/�M�bi'lt�go Vhe IJith dnv of Jnne, X906. J, KE3NNY, Liquidator. fjoUibridyo Co^)j*r�tive Association Uwiied. A. Due, tho ceMu-atod e.vo-slglvt Kpecialist, of C'alur oyes pro|wrly awl scientifically at-tewltxl to i>y a rollaVrfo and uxpuri- Motitreal. falsehood, knows. The police arrested three m-� i wb were selling kinves about the > .o a charge of vagrancy. The men wi-ro loaded up with knives and woap- ,.s of all kinds. The knives ice the name of the Groat Falls Hardware Co., and drial Parry has written to tliat concern to asc.>rti;n if tludr More had teen robbed. Two of the men were sentenced l.y .\. I'.. Humphries to serve a month eii.lt in gritl, The other fellow got *e.v�i .luys On Friday and Saturday I .si bethbridge and all other points vi�sl of Walsh on t4�e C. P. R, main lit"' hod to do without malls from thu wist. . A cloiKlhurst at -Uiai leiiiu waxlsvl out 1.100 feet of track. All day Thursday the floods were t-firing iiiroHK the prairie like a iiiiuSa-turn Niagaru The houses were hwampod, and many of uhje resiuloiUs were tuKen off on rafts. inhabitu.Us of the Walsh district claim It was the w rt�t. rainstorm ifchat tho country over witnessed. Calgary Albertan Compare conditions here and at 1^* - Here we had two strikes, sim.l sitikrs, too. All parties declined t> invito Mr. King to Interfere. Bat ilu lun.v-ur took a hand In tho proceclings, and the strikes are settled. In l.t-ih-hridge there was onc t>lg"e to take matters into Ms own hands, and the resup. is that tho labor difficulties there ci n- SHERMAN SAYS . HI IS SATISFIED j (Frank Paper..) F. II. Sherman, president of the district hoar L". M. W. A., ivnw ever from Fernle Tuesday evening to deliver the iir.okH, etc, to J. A. McDonald, the new district secretary-treasurer. Mr. .Sherman stated that (he affairs of the coal tuners of tills district were never 'in as g*>ovi condition as a>t this time. us, with the exception of LetWbrkitfe, Uie union has contracts with every colliory in iho district, and condtrbions .vci-y-miv were eminently satisfactory. At Ijotnbrirtge, he said there arc ml more than 200 of the old men nut of employment, all olhora having hoen found work at oitev mines. IIi� ex-(ressod the greatest rpnildenoe in the outcome of tho strike there. The company, he claimed, bad not. me-coaiM in getting more than thirty-five men to go to Work, and these were fanners, who know nothing about coal mining. He exprewstd tho belief that the c�n�|>any would ncer secuivi a eomplament of non-union men. A specinl meeting of I lie Board of I | Education was held Monday 'urybt to ; receive the tenders for tho completion of the upper storey of tlw West-minster School. But instead of opening Uk� tenders, a resolution �\is | l>assod calling upon Architect Muc- i ulonaWI to explain to the Board w^iy ' j the speciliCRtions for the Wi5 feet high, which means that the ladder is us high us the extreme top of the tent, "Lueier" climbs the ladder round liy round until he reaches the topmost rutin, there is u deathly silence us the Hand atoj>s playing: Lueier pauses a moment calmly looks at the audience, gently a white handkerchief Mutters to the ground and shows where the acrobat is to fall. Ho then turns bending backward and down he comes from his great height, falling like a rocket and with the rapidity of a shot out of a gun. lie hits the ground and seeming to scarcely touch it lightly makes a serios of lightning like backward somersaults and bounds to his fe-t to smilingly receive the enthusiastic and thunderous applause of the vast crowd who have watched his act in breathless Biispenee. "Lueier" is but one ot a hundred new ads and novelties, Norrls and RowuwiU exhibit ut Lethbridge Wifltiesday, June 27 th. MSI For Farm Property Plenty of Rain, Sufficient Sunshine Marvellous Growth For Town Property John W. Murray, the fumouii Ontario detective, is dead. The leather workers, stonemasons and bricklayers strikes at Calgary have beeu settled. C. P. R. Works and Shops, Hifth Level Bridge, Subway, Numerous Buildings We have 155 acres, � miles from town, at 1750, terms, 41 We have 210 acres, il miles from town, $3000 improve- f[ inents, only K5U00, 20 per ecu* will handle. Come in and talk to us about other properties. SPECIAL-a New Cottage well painted and finished south. � of Red path street, one block from Round only, 1950. See us for other Town, properties. Q.S.KNISELY Agent North American Land Co. LETHBR1D0K OFF1CK. ONE DOOR EAST FIRE HALL VVlllllill.-Hl, Thu Ti�n�nt(i |.-i(n liisuniiii,� t't) ha* iwn Hold to the National Agency Co. Mi'H. Klrkpati'lck, toUo of the manager of the Imperial Bank, K:linon-ton, \h dead. Hwv. Dr. Falconer, of Jfova Scotia, I,as been ploi-tod mfiderntor of the Presbyterian general assembly. of York County, wiwriir Uni., (I'^f.l. Hon, .1. W. Ht. .lolm may In appointed �herlff of ..York County, tint. At Terrebonne, Que., Mrs. Joseph Gravelton gave Wnth to well-formed, healthy triplets. Mr�. Oraveltbnhae given birth to twenty children, of whom fifteen survive.