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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta The Cash Store SPECIAL -  or SALE Waterproof Clothing To Clear. DIsGounts running from 10 to 25 per cent, off every garment. This is a gehulhfe bargain. Do not dielay, as tliis offer will not last long. A UthbH^ _,i.jii.........niir- AlberU -FOR THAT- HOT FEELING --TRY- Lime-juice We carry the Ihree best brands at oOc and 60c per bottle------- J.J.JOHNSTON ' ORUOQJST ana STATIONER Today ia the longest day in th� yo&v. � The penaus will be taken n�xt McHiday. The Tabor hospital i� being incorporated. The cricket club had a practict Monday niRbti Wanted, competent plain cook. Mrs. Frank Colpmau. H. �. Playle and family left for Red Deer this morning. Nine hours is now being worked at .1. Bruoe's brick yaKl. The miners held a concert in -Oliver's Hbll Fri�lay evening. Rev. J. E. HnghsoQ, preaches to the Masons next Sunday evening. The C. B. Bowman agency has disposed of six lots on the Duff addition. Rev. A. McKjlIop, of Raymond, will take a trip to the Old Country next fall. ..Another 100 foot poultry shed is being erected at the Eden Rest poultry farm. J, R. Qrayshon has locatkl in C!algary, where he will go into the horseshoeing business. p. M. Young, formerly of ihe fpqn >Vo|-ks, |{as npw a pp(i|tlon wjtbM)��!nnk smelter. Ai; Zilliax, of ^Humboldt, Biisk^. is in town buying horses. He bought one carload from D. J. Whitney. . receivwi  Tendbbs will be S^^up to Saturday, June 30 next  J fbr.thiB friime building now  : DCeiipied as a postcffice. The tenderer to niove� it, wiieh Vacatwl. beyond the tiie limits. The higheit or any tlender I not imoeMarily accepted, Apply to John D. HiliRbotham J. Kenny was in Macleod on oustom* buiineM^ W. H. Robson ^rent to Lund* breok TuesclBy night W. H. Fiurfield etit> his .first crop ofalf^lfiiitatSi^Kliy. ^ John Bfodie thippeil a carload of brick to GSoiemnn for J. Bruce, Sari Wanenrof Brooks, came in ffomli|iib|Hd�^ oh Monday. Tboi. Barton; � of Wawanesa. Man., has takenit iwsition with A. EaStOn. ' �:v^ Cushion tups at 2ac each on sale Saturday, and Momluy at L. and J. MoLefcy'i. While in Calory Afrs.* A Soutluird is the guest of Mrs. J.H. Statilev. Hon. W. T. Fiulay, tuinistsr of agriculture, intends to visit t�� Lethbridge fair. SiebertJCrest, of Bozeman, Mod;. tanai is in the city visiting bit ton, C. ^. Crest. Re may Iocat4i nea^ here, M. Rock hht purchased lour tots on the Riverview addition and three on Botnpas street, through t\}6 p, Bowuian f^gency. Miss Helen Pearson, was in town last week on her wuy to her home in Toronto'after a visit to old freiuds ill Magrath. QLlM^lCAL r yiiitpr(trom^^ there is a | Iheoryiip'here th^t your oUm�te is ohangi^^^^^ ' , # Ho�t^"There is no theory about it: It's a recpgnisserl f fact our climate is always ohaugiug." For Positive Prppf Se^ IG. M. Johnstoa's | Waterproof CtetsoM day Whit* Wm1m4 Solttotxl aflcrAOoa UgM aUk aoa Gmpc KimoAM Monday Unbreliaa Tocsday WHAT ABOUT THE BOYS ^ Svitt for evary kiad of CKmata. aad'a cap gratis. Kcap your eye oa O.H. Jokatloa Aid. Adains and Mrs. Adams start on their trip to Ontario next Monday. ' Reail every page of the Ht�rald. There is news to be found in every column. "Take a kodak with,you," and then have Randford develop and tiuiiih llie filnis. a. A. Suggitt of Coaldale, left Monday to spend a couple of weeks in North Dakota. The C. B. Bowman agency disposed of four more lots on the Riverside addition this week.' Recent rains have made havoc on the roads, and applications for road work are pouring in, - Ron. Frank and Mrs. Oliver and Misses (Oliver expect to leave after the session for the old country. Geo. McKay has purchased from E. Dooley two lots at th�i corner of Burdette and Conrtlatidi streats. Mrs. Afagrath, who lias been visiting her sou. C. A. Magrath, retumtHl to Montreal Tnesday night. - W.R. Vaugn, J. H Vaugn and W. E. Cleveland, of Cardston, visited Lethbridge on Monday and Tuesday. A tralnktad of stock was shipped frym;heie on Tuesday. The consignment was froui the Raymond SogarCo. Cbu. Williamson has disposed of' his house and three lots on Ciabbe street through the C, B, Bowinan agency. R. J. Bntchings,'of Calgary, was in town on Wednesday. He is the new 'president of the Associated Boaids of Trade. Fied W. Eckstorm, of Butte, Montane, was the guest o( bro^r, C.J. Ecks^riu, for a coupr Him f. F. KING. D. 0. Refactory Oculist of the Page Optical Co., Winnipeg. At tha DALLAS HOTEL TMtWoik.  Graduate of two Collegos. Eyes Tested Free of Charge. days last week, Mn. Maodonneli, widow of the Ikte Capt. Macdqnnell, left last evening for Montreal, where she will'raiidi) in the future. W. H. Fairfield ridicules the idea that his strawberries are ripe. He says they are coming along fine but they will not be ripe for a time yet. C. H. N. Connell liM returned from a surveying trip south of Tabor. He says quite a bit of laud ii being taken up there by Ajneriinn people, _ There was a gathering of lalior men at Stafford village last Sunday afternoon, Several addresses on the strike sitnatiou hare were delivered, but'the rain ont the proceedings short. Mr. Simmons, M. P; P: for I^r4he' fair. All those in-tereateil in the sports, whether members of the Fair Association or not, are invited to attend. As utfhal the^ Epworth League meeting last Friday evening was decidedly intefeatifig. R. M. Clark gave ati address on Japan, discuss-'ing its people and their surroud-ings in a very entertaining manner The mefeting next Friday will be the monthly social. E;' T. Westluke, of Westlake Bros., ' jewellers and opticians. Tabor, Was a caller at the Herald ofRce oh Monday. -He reports con-ditioins; at Tabor very Hourisliing. WestU^e Bros, are now loc/tted in the n^ Hawthonie block. The other store in this block has been taken by A. Potter & Co., merchant tailors of which Mr, Davies, late of Carberi-y, Man., is the manager. Anioiig the delegates to the bo�iKi of trade conventian wos W. C. Ives of Lethbridge, who was prominently hientioned some time ago as the probable leader of the Opposition in the Alberta Legis-hiture. He was the candidate Bgainaf Hon. Dr. DeVeber in No-ember.' He was accompanied to Edmonton by Mrs, Ives, being guestsist the Alberta. Edmonton Saturday News. Aft^r an absene i of eleven years from the east, R. A. Wright left THE LADIEMOD BLESS � r'- ' ' � �� � ������ .:. ..-^'-^-.v ".^ .. � .; � ' i-; :^;^^'^.y^^^^�'^^^^v::.^ The lady jonrntdists came and went on SaCnrday, uhI^b prominent Board of Trade man went around witK a patched,lace ^ on Monday. Of course these happening* are labelled ^*^^b-cidence" and pigeon-holed, but what I am about to teU, il^jDiore serions. Tlie march of. the Amazonian pnioesaion';frdin. oar magnificent depot to Round St. on Satnraay'^ morning wu";a thrilling sight; the S. A. band was absent, however, and therei is; no other. Each female lip wore a contemptnona earliezes. Tltew pUnipa ' are the most satisfactory pumps madt. Mnc long i>s ttho workmen got liic pftl of tihe misa. rivtroni/.o A.sh �e Ituikliiig aiijoining the ; �town jljiiilrtiiigH ilo ihe i-ear o( A. Soittiltard's hUn-c, \v)m>i-o iio will do all kinds ot carriat;� painting, ami will accept (ii>;lr.s i'or house |>aiiiit-Jiig. Phone. T.^. M. MiHikUMilHii-g"' M. A. Dsc, the i-elci|�raitij c.vo-sigiUt siVH:i�list. of Oolgiaiy, ttiU ogift-in Iw �t Uigln-halhain'ii �lrwa atove, l.(Ol'W)�"i'Jee, w is. joHi- uppoi'tunHy to have ^our �ye� pioiwrly ami scientificall.y nt-tettdncl to iby a rolialWo an^e * * tlie coining season. ' - I'lIK v13hy niOST RKMKIIY FOIl llOWti^L TUOiriil.K. Mr. W. y.,norrw8,iiK, �n oM a�d w�ll-k>nown ranMcnt- oi� ])lulTi.on, lod., aaya: "I. rcvai'd Cham'lxX'lAin's Colic, Oholora.aaid piarrhoea Itom-i�dy a� tt^ynyJ�mt remedy tor bow-eX^ 'trouble,I miike this �t�t�ment aftier having usad ihe remedy in iny family fur MQVcrai y^ara- I am i�v- The Bentley Co'yj Wholesale and Retail ^ Lethbridge, Alts.  or without iti" l%is ivjmody is al-inost sure to ibo tvoiHlctl licfore the Bununcr is o\^r. Why not 'buy it now ami lie piiopai>etl for such ' an elMergency? For sale l)y all dJ'ug-gists. A braiieh of the Union Hank has l-eon oponod in Airdric. ' The FpficopaliiUM will soon hayo .-'ivj four churches .in Calcary, ."..^i^-^^^ Mooseiaw lifl ^to hav0 -'Judge, aiRd will ha luoNleMtha -M-iit ol a judieiai district. ;