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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta This Proves Corrugation Gives One-Third More Heating Surface A string laid close over a corrugated surface covers a distance one third greater than when stretched over the same surface flat The Happy Thought Range has a corrugated oven-lining, exclusively its own patent, and the above simple experiment proves that such corrugation gives one third more heating surface to the oven. That's one reason why the Happy Thought Range does its work one third more thoroughly, one third more quickly, and with one third less fuel expense than any other stove. Every Happy Thought burns coal or wood. Ask your deftlet or write direct to ui for * copr ol out Illustrated catalogue- free. Chi WM. BUCK STOVE CO.. Limited Brantford Montreal FOR SALE BY G. L. VROOMAN LI THBRIDd K ALT A. I * FOOT-HALL LI0AO UK FOItMMI.1, Willi 'iMiU'lvrtf Creek, Tuibor nni dOlOgWtfA plVM'Ilt w if Creek. .1. II. HehoneM; Nvst Aswoci-i-w�s orgnniwjil IV. Pinelt-Tii'inr, lv A FINK fJOLLKCTtON. \V. II. Rolwop'M MIS and VtiliM i|o laol ill lloogrnphli-itl Specimens. Tho Herald nnwt knows nothing rohnut geology, lull. lM*ivl-t>li omenr, nil $120 a yenr; A. C. Keinmls, town HiiMclt.jf, ni $:ioo� n year, n,ttt| \V. II. >\cu\, town constable, tvt �7ao n yo.ii>. it. 1.-Hi- nt T W'l-Ht lake; I .ei hi-ridge, Knlseley mid .Mm lliit-viiv I'lii- loHouing si InK� wns up.  dune Utl-ISm-lwr i'nvk vx j hfiilgp, ui I'ineh.r Cnvk. j .July U-Tabor vs. I.t'li'!.fiil^i-jTaibor. ! .July !�--l.i>Mvbriilge \s To-boi' Ijctihbridge. .Inly 1 d-rini-lii't iii 1'illClirr I'flVk. .luly li;i�. July an-Tabor is l'uu-lier i.VimU., nt Tabor Tlie otUcct-s chosen were: ;x>rl uni'ly itlon of W. invk vs. 'la'i.i of viewing the ftno rollee-II1. Hodden's, n colle-'tion iii-.uvn .thnt l>ns won tJv� wannest mtmir.t-ition of Mich n well-known geologist n*� Prof. Itryce, of Winnipeg. Oiu> ri I-IooI'Wmi which Mr. Robson mode while living at Rtoitownll, Mtvn., now occupies place in I'ho u.-ologiw-nl museum rot Otitnw�. Mr. Itolwon's present collection is most interest'ktJg osed almost wholly of s|vi-inii�iiM gathered I'meher nfoiinii LotMtWtlgp, mostly nlwim the Ivor bot'totn. nt Nearly everything lv.� possesses, in His collection, brrngsi one |>aek to the prehistoric ages. 'liwre �re pieces, President. I'. A CumvingJinni, l.�Mh-\largo and small, of amonite shells, I,ridge. Ipctrlflwl sen vegetable*), petrified cor- ViiM'-Piviiil.�nts-K. T. West I ike. ral, petrified reptiles, nolrinod wood, rubor. .1 H Sehofleld. I'incher ,.|he pelrifkul bloswun nt*d �U�in of a ("rook. Seeivl.tri-TlvnMiivr, .lolltl lloi'V-e, I.H llllf|,l�ri' O'liiinl Ili-iVivi-s-Tnlior. Ilotit. Mc-l..u-li'liin unci K. "I". W.'stlnke; l.eth-i.ri Vi; t:- I'inrher t'i\-ek, K. \\, F,,w)er iiml t' K. V IlisiiH-ks. III.- rnliif will be: Ptnrlii'f l'iig;iiuwls," anil utl-diessxsl to t-lve Mitiintei' of I'u'ilii-Works, Kilmonlon, Albertat, will be iveeivisl up to imioii Montlny, .'tine 18111. lttOH. for ploiishiirrf the follow- \ ing rnvgtutrtls, wiliieh in ease of fe-|ilous�l�ilig or lnu-k*ls, j>tiims, itr. i When bii-aking new- giioiHl. pKuv;iiiiig j tniiHi -lie tlone to full width of lil ft. i IfuK & Wakri.v .Dear Sirs: i reci/ivt' tlt' wlit'ii ln> tlon't lmvi> no ft'il, 1 am Ioho to nuiiiy custonifr sure tliiny Ly no hiivin^ tit* fiM'l iind tints no very pli'itHiiro for mt>. What is tlt> iiiatlor witl yon. Is not. my Initio money'b bo m>oil liko nnothor mini's. Yon lose mo my trade. I am very imgor for that and now I lolls yon that you are n tliim fools ami no good. I send yon back at once your stove to-morrow for sun; because you are such a dam foolishness looping. Yours respectfnlleo 1*. V. Since 1 write you this letter 1 lind tie feet in tic oven. Kxcuse to me. it HicK (& WaKely f The Leading Tinners, IMinnbei-s. Steam and TTot Water Fittt^rs. Telephone llfi, and not less Minn -I inelK's in depth, of shells. � to|w/.. one of tlv prwloiw . 3�iiS.-l�lott*viflg u\xmg Mi� ..... , . , i \\�!s.- | Mr.- Ilolwnn hits Imn eolleeling | l/>thlu'idi'v - Navy s-hiri, \.hite s|�eeitnr-puiiutsl as protest roiiim-fl'toe. T. Wi-s-tlftke, of TnlK>r, mntlo n motion that referees l�e givim (v 11 power susiMmdeil from inking part in iitiy game or Uim until he lm� l�vn g'ivi-n a change to i ii'iir his coinlurt iH-ioiv tint conenit-!>�- T!-e nU�ve motion found j*int favor with nil the representuliv 'iasin is not waning', but inen�ns'i�g. mtKWKIU AT THK II.VI Some f'npitnlist.s Ooing to Make lnves-tnt.-nt Mo-s, jperty was sold by Mews, t'o'isins WllM il >ur .1 A FULL STOCK OF Rough and Dressed Lumber: Prompt shipments made to any part of Allierta  How is Your Watch Running Is it always fnxl timing is out uf the quest ion Watch Repairing Always has ln-i-ii a holibj Of OUTS, to i\o the Lest Wu! k JXISSible. : kootenay : marble works Shackleton Simpson & Co. Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Retail and was oiirru nt�l vlnctMl as olio of file rules of -tihe league. The pauies all to Ik> ployeil ti.yler tibf Km;lisli Assoriation Mules of IOO.*t-Oti. , Th" u iniK't's of tl>e eiip of tre, iibov.' leivgtie aiv to play in the Pi*)- , \iiH-ial Cup ties, as repre**ent'ilig the. Mint h.'fn" rirl. MemUrs nnil players of local rli�b an r.-'pi'-siteil to nt't�iay. Miii-Ii4h> site wrthin n >.�tir. |.Meilicine Hat is i-xpivoding on nil sitles. SO OUAXT THIS YKAIt. f'nil !)� Kxpertivl for a lluikln>K. (lover nnent A \ llW iii' i.KTH'llltirHlK. I'hfuiliJl t.'ie ,,f I'll roll ir it- Mie lliiymiin.1 : nelson,b.c:  H.C. MOORE,Local A�t     W. J. Armstrong! JEWELER ENGRAVER Z OPTICIAN  | SAVE MONEY NOW - - imnnnnnnnaDpnnpoac SADDLES Astride and Stock SINGLE - HARNESS Good stock of Farm llnr-ness on lmntl; nlrio n full line o f Trunks ami Yaiiscs in stock. I can sell yon lots now in Tabor fur $100. Unit will l�e si-lliiiK nt $2(X) in a month's time. liootl Farming Lainl for sale also. W. F. RUSSELL U� KsUte A�i-t.v Tabor..Mtii. The town is flowing �tcip-ill ounernsip; in short, evef> Oiilr^ in t'he town, and for tlx? town is what inukes t'he town. One of :h;-niHi.-tt liNly cIiiIin in Alberta .s the "('hinook' with n nvmliorship (>i about 7."> of the ItndLng biminess v.mi profissioiiiil men of the plac". �en-ti'tilly but ipiietly situateil w in Cue iuniit lire eipiituniMit s ai>.l a jyooit lil>-i-ai-y of rurivnt literntuie il mnkes nn �ile�ul lounging place for a-he inter-rhnnKc of views of locnl ami forei^ii intei-i-st. The con I mines �ru �.in-ning wiih a fonv sullloienl to su.iply i Ih* piv*M�i ilemnnd, bin po.'iteil about in conspicuous phicesi one sees notices anil plnraiils s^mil, "Slii*w Coinmrtl.s\" ami seitin^ loeili tjr: >v-' nnces for vliieh Ih') rqal company is !In-Ill direcily or indirectly i.-sponsible -Itnvmollll tMlroiiirlc. Soetvtnry llnrnes Iwis riH-ei.-e.l '-oimiiunicntions from t'he I'�'m'riil atxl .lolin M. i'.. in reply to tile llotuxl of Trwle'x te-ipieMt ibai a n-w Honiinlon tlovni-tnent timldiiMt should tie vtvi^ttsl linv. TIh> l'oNliiiaster-C!�-rn'i-ul suites ilia' no action Willi 'be taken until t'.i-Provincial floXTrnment tlecntal whe-tlwr +l will purchase itlie |in*�mit y,i>\ ernnH'nt building here. .Mr. Herron staiisl a grnitf would would not 1m- jriven for a |m>KtoflU-e this year. I'OIWKU I.KTIIIlltlUdK IHCt'TOH Itlt. from t'row's Nest llallw i.v in i Township ! -lo llelly lli\vr in I'own- I shin 10, nntl also from the V. KI corm�r of Township D-iltM, riititiing . slraigiit east to llivgtcird '.'t *0. i A|ipro.xim�(o length M.J .niles. i 'JftSl.-ll;icksottit*g llivplliuxl from ! llelly Uiver to little Uow Itiver, I along west �i of Hnng� 'JU. Ap-proxiiiNite tlistnm-c miles. I '2(150.-Ploughing llreguard on the i west Imundury of Itinvge IS. wistj of tin* 'l-th Mcrhllmi, iVtiii the. Crow's Most I*�S3 HniliV'iy in Township i�. st.rniglit north to thoj llelly Itiier Mh> approximate tlis-j tniuv U'ing S miles. 2670.-Backsetting -gtinrd from Little | How IIIver irn tho noeth botin' 1 ot 11-Hi-t to X. I'V corner of Siec. : H'J-11 -18-1. Breaking new pur.r;! . from X. K. corner of .T2-11-I8-1 | runnrng en-stwaiNl to Belly |{i\er in Township 11-lrt-L Appi-ixinnite dlstnnce 12 miles. SdTlt.-IMotighing fireguard from, Belly lliwr to Bow Uiver. 'olioun.g the lino one mile west ot tin? ei\Rt -bouinkvy of Ituup- ti\, west of the 1th Meridian. Appro\!mi!c distil lire 17 miles. '2072.-Ploughing flivgtuin.1 s'rot.i '"ur-' pie Spring Slut ion-'on the t Knilway. following the line betwtvn lltinrgeti II ami lo, smi.h ; to the nort.h 'boirndary of r iwi.snlp '"ft, west of llie I'l'h Merhlian. A |�- ' 1 proximate distance 2d nnles. j 2071.-Ploughing ruvgiini'il ni.m Crow's Xest Pass linihviiy i -How- , ing the we�l iltttiiiKlury of itnn^e II, | west of the Ith Mrri.liiin. mill i nnrtih to ltd I.v Blxer. Appi-o\'iiiate (lisliince 7 miles. I"JrtfiI.-Ploughing ftt\>siianl to rc..-i I ! nllowanc- one mile south .if norlh boiiiKlnry of Township-0. Itinui-22. u.-sl of the Ith .Meritli'Mi. In in Old Man Uiver to Belly Utvr. A,i proNimute dis-iaiice 0 miles. 20.W - Ploughing 11ii�^iiiunI ilong th,f lliuige I -t. west of lite Ith .Meridian, from (' i w's i Newt Itnilwiiy to Allierta P.i' w.-.y &i t'on* Co's Ins- Oist.i.tire nl out 22 miles. 2011 -Ploughing fireguard fo'lowing the line on noi'ili Uni-i I i.-y of ToWliHhip II. from Bow Uivr wist to Little Dow. Approximate distance .'II miles. 2il."7.-Ploughing nregitaiHls nlong t'he nvst Ixniixlur.N of If-iin^e 20, w.vxt of l-lie tlh Mertili m. ['un Crow's Xest Pass Itnilw i.v in Township il to Belly div.^r in Township I". Approxiiu.i: o distil lire ** miles, if 1 lip 201)1.-Breaking ik>w gunrd, sturtlug at the koiit'h-vuiHt corner of '� wi,-sliip l.*>. Itiinge 21. west of .!:h Mel .oiiiii. ami following ill- ,-ielf-...tween llnngi-s 20 and '.'I. t- .rlh throilgli Blackfoot Ltxlittii .'� eivo to How Itiver. Appro.xiina-te . |ier cent, of 4 lie teiHl > p'-iv. T"T~ ' nnil in ease of a small gutted, f.'- nn't��;l into a less -tlian $1", as a gimr\ '� of eparrtte synod of the I'rcHbvienan , K",,', fn*,,v ,M' P"|,t lh'-' ''�'"kr-1 church or '" ,,,,,,'r 'n'� comrnd nn.l -.-m- .' .... ', Iplete tlie work. v I Ik- lirst iiK�.tu,g will u> hell in | I'u.vinent will U> m�bji�-t i.i the Kno.x Church. Calgary, on the f.i>t|work being occepted after an i�.nin-W.vlm-wlav of April 10O7 Hev |)r | tiwation by un Inspertor ioe ointeil McQueen will ... ,,, nMMlorolor Iby ,h'S ,)"l,n'l"">'rt TRY WM. OLIVER _-FOR- Everything required in the construction of � Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not sond all your money to Calgary ami Craubrook. Holp to bnihl up Lcllibritlvic ami a local industry by jmlroni/ino; Oliver's Planiny anil LiinilM-r Mills. Otfico, Yards nntl Factory -Comer Ronntl antl Bomjxis Stivots Telephone l.*).'{ Your Response To owr invitations to entrust your meat needs to us indicates that you know the difference lietween ordinary ami the kind of Service we give. Fresh | Fish Tuestlays and Fridays. P. Burns & Co., Ltd. | - Telephone - | A. EASTON & CO. KLKC'TUn (iUAXB MA ST I'll. Oihlfellows Si-lis>l F. E. Simpson fi.r llfgh Position. proprietor l-'ii�l i: Simpson Crnnhrook Herald, and part i.wner of Mie l.otlit.ridge llerahl, h�s . Y'" I'rompl attention; also lvih l""l,,l>,io" A. BRUCHET "t \. Cllu'f of Polire Nurlh o,00tl school '. nil litij; The whole Provinre of I'liiee l-'d-Wiii'd Island is now under o, .ihibi-11 mi tell II lt.-v l: \\. II. Ileal Cols a flood Appointment lie*-. K \\. II. Beal, nt �>im' time i-it-tor of lA'thbridge, '1ms l�Lvn � Iioh-rii i-is'ioi- of Si. Luke's eliurili, ono of -Hie leading Angliean ehurrhes of Toi'oitio. in sum-ssion to \'on A'-ch-ileiu-oii Ijungiry, who ix'sigfiKvl. Mr. IW-iil tnul 'been eurnte at. this i-hurt'h is u ttiHthu't tribute to his ability. Mr. Ileal is u Kroduiiite of St. John's College, *>Vi l-ni|ieg. anil is u son-in-law of (!. K. CuiTuHicrs, tl�e well-Wuown W iiinin ..isiirame man. With Mrs. Ileal, ho leaves in u jew wi-eks on a trip lo 1NCIIKASK CAPITAL Brewing Company Meld Meeting. Its The lowest or any lend{ Illinois, said. '-\Ve navo I' i tin rW rut worms, nod they were very do-�ill ivpres'i,t tbe Muileod Board of Kiruoi'ive lo our i-rops. T|h� way wo Trad'' al t'he 1-idiiiiHiton roinenlion. got rirl of i.Ik'iii wits lo sprinkle our A dual for tlie Stun fuiin, seven ' '^ with'ttirps. and Hhey won't toine is Seen H'^1' il' t)f eourse, turpent'eno 'I'mnitiK nnil C uiles from .Meiluinc- Hat, oi.summ�iH.d. tin Indwinu v.\mi nver | 1 ,ouo urn's at |7 �'�te nn t.ikntg in-j i* A most peiuliur 'thing hupp" "I in un A.v liner, Unt , grocery, wnen u large swarm ol bees unterod tlie Here anil took possession of sixtit.-n s r-tions of hon-y on the eount"i-s. They made srliort work of 'the hon-y, nntl also managed to sting the pi ip."et-or. in .y lie too k-trong for sinne hooiIk, but in l lie rase of rorn, H proves Just the proper tilling." The ndviee. ,f Mr. Met i-er may lie gixKl for sonvo .if our litrmers to try. It is too l�to '.his season, but a good lest iivifitot ?-o modi) next year. Someihing-. has go-l to 1h> done to s1"l> tho i-ulwn.-ms, and vVto above plan st rikes us oh a I'enuible ono Anyway, it it* wwtlh rying. The Herald invderMandK Uiot the Brewing Company fiurpoues increasing its i-apitul Htoek to $ I.50,000 nt an early date. The annual imi'ting wu� Iveld lest week. The dlreo-tors olectcs-!:\t As President of I)h> Allieffft Methodist Conference. The AMiopta MeHimlist Conference, in seiisioiri �t Fjdmontiyn last. wnk. elooted Hov. ci. W. Kerhy. IJ. A., cf Calgnry, president, awl Itev." F. p. Perry see rotary. Ttio first draft of utntioiiK puts Fi. llugltson at 1/etlibridge first; W. Allan, ait l/'dhbrldgo swond; A. Ix-wiii n>t Maclend, niwl >l. Francis at FrnnU. .1 L. W. ii. PINCIIKR CltRICK OFFICIALS. TlK) now town cotmcll lva� npi�-�i:U-�l S. W. Iterry wcwrtiary-itroasurer, at a salary oi $300 per year; Dr. Our Repair Work Gives Satisfaction BECAUSE- We use nothing but tho best material. We use none but tlittdpt st tools with which to do our wcrk. When repairing a watch wo inspect every pirt of it and nothing is too trivial to escape our attention. Tho result is we have people come antl tell us how well they are satisfied We can witisfy you as we have others. Our charges are moderate Wm. C. Liphardt HI Succ'HOt to A. Zillian Jeweler  Optloian 3# lethbridge brewing & malting company, ltd MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Porter THE 1IKST IN THE WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention The Very Best Place to Buy Cigars Because we keep them in the best condition, anil have the best and biggest assortment in Southern Allierta. Our prices are always right. : Wallace (St Hoselton The leading Cigar and Tobacco Firm in Southern Allierta. ;