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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Store Cash Miu Ruby Muuro, of Pembroke, the gueat of Hurdle. Wanted "a good housemaid by Mrs. C. M. Arnold. Apply at Mrs. Clear. Discounts running >5 per cent, off every garment is a genuine bargain. Do nc this offer Will not last long. To to delay Lethbrttge Alberta Dr. P. F. King, refiactory ocu- list, is at the Dallas this week "and is doing a Urge tMisineas Walter Koss, of Milk River and Thomas Moflfatf, of Rtiley, were in town Saturday awl Sunday. S. S, Taylor, K. Nelson, hai i suspended from practice for BO days for unprofessional cou- luct. W. C. Lipuardt reached towii from Toronto ou tfr, Liphardthaatftkeaa oS Coutts street. Mike Sacko a miner, was found guilty of disorderly by Magistrate Humphries and ia now serving six weeks iu goul. A meeting for the purpose of or- a golf club will be held at Bigiulxrthain's drug store next Tuesday afternoon, at iJ o'clock. Dan of Claresholui, got rank here the other day aud Magiitrate Humphries gave him a uiouth in goal to sobers p. O. S. Kniiely disposal of six ots oii Westminster Boad belong- Have You Seen Him DR. P. F. KING, D. 0. Refactory Oculist of the Page Optical Co., At tto DALLAS HOTEL "THE BLESS .Graduate of two Collets, Eyes Tested Free of Charge. The lady journalists came and went- ou aud; prominent Hoard of Trade man went around with a patched face, on Monday. Of course these happenings OMB- _ i m Y i I. _ A T _-_. on onay. cou cidence" and pigeon-holed, but what I am about to tell Y serious. The march oL the Amazonian procession from our C magnificent depot to Round St. on waa a p thrilling sight; the S. A. band waa absent, however, and them w no other. Each female Up wore a contemptuous curl; each: female nasal organ held an added retrousse to what nature-had: a i i 1 t f I _ 1 t__1..1J-1 n j-VM-k a VIA" Cl ___TFOR THAT HOT FEELING __-----TRY------------ Lime Juice carry the three best brands ht 50c and COc per J.JOHNSTON STATIONER NOTICE Today is the longest day in th year." The census will be taken next Monday. The Tabor 'hospital is being in- corporated. The cricket club had a practice Monday night. Wanted, competent plain cook Mtsl Frank Colpmaw. H. E. Playle and family left fo Red Deer this morning.. Nine hours is now being worked at-J. Bruce s brickyard, The miners held a concert in -Oliver's Hall Friday evening. Rev. J. E. Hxighson, preaches to the Masons next Sunday evening. TheC.B. Bowman agency-has disposed of six lots on the Duff ad- dition. Rev. A. McKUlop, of Raymond will take a trip to the Old Country J next fall. TESDEBS will, be received np to Saturday, June BO the frame building now occupied as a postcmce. The tenderer to woveftt. when vacated, beyond tlie tiie limits. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Apply to John D. Mijtabothim Mrs. Adam start ou their trip to Ontario nex Monday. Read every The of the Agrknltura Society 'will meet tonight to make arraiigfeiaents for the pro- forthe' fair, .All those in- iu the sporU, whether members of the Fair Association or not, are iuvited to atteiul. As usual mating last" Friday evening was decidedly interesting. K. M. Clark gave an address on discuss- ing its people and their surrond- itigi in a very entertaining manner The meeting ueil Friday will be Weatlake w t "perhaps they aro meant for Hags. A must still be "disturbing the ether he echo of their hilarity 111 UD t 31111 -w _-.-_-, restored slip sidled up to me and coowl, "Then hag Sage given up selling decent looking Hags of all sizes at wholesale prices? Brother Merchants, llotelkeepers, and Real Estate Men, I wilted rteht there, and promised that I would pay you immediate visit and sell jou PHLAGS. Expect iny visit. an monthly social. ROBERT SAGE T. Westlake, of aud purposes orating a half doicau cot- office oh Monday. -He reports con- page of the Hferald. Thero is news to be found in every column, a kodak witli von.'; and then have Hundfonl develop and finish the films. B. A. Suggitt of CoaldaU left Monday to spend a couple of weeks in North Dakota. ditiohs at Tabor very nourishing. p Westlake Bros, are now in The engagement of Miss Hawthorne block. The O'Xeil. daughter of Hock lms of Point Edward, to R. A, right, of Lethbridge, Alberta, is announc- ed. The marriage will take place .Tune 27. i Malcolm Mackenzie, M. P. P., andT. Dickson, Maclwxl, wore in town on Saturday on their way from Great Falls, Montana, where they had been taking evidence on a perjury case. W. E. H. Carter, formerly one of the best known officiate of the mines department ot Ontario, and now connected with a leading com- TheC.B. Bowman 'agency dis- now connected with a leaUing com- posed of four more lots on the Riv- mission house, spent several days t _, I to erside addition this week.' Recent rains have made havoc on the roads, and applications for road work are pouring iu. I Hon. Frank and Mrs. Oliver auu Misses Oliver expect to leave after e session for the old country. Geq. McKay has purchased from here buying wool. taken by A. Potter Co., merchant tailors of which Mr, Davies, late ot Carberry, Man., is the manager. Among tlie delegates to. the of trade convention was AV. C. Ives of Lethbridge, who was prominently mentioned some time ago aa the probable leader of the Opposition in the Alberta Legis- lature. He was the candidate against Hon. Dr. DeVeber in 'No- ember.' He was accompanied to Edmonton by Mrs. Ives, being the Alberta. Edmonton Saturday News. ,L Kenny was in Macleod on j Hon. Frank and Mrs. Oliver and ustoms business. W. H. Robaon.went brack Tuesday night. W H Fairfield cut hia .first crop Dobley two lots at the corner ot alfalfa iattSBardiy. 1 of Burdette and Courtlaud streets, carload Mra. Maeruth. who has been TlOUU w-rt---T, I of brick.to Coleman for J. Bruce. visiting her sou. C. A. Magrath, Earl Warren: ot Brooks, came in returned to Montreal Tuesday from .tie horse; ranch ou Monday, night. Thos. Burtoii.'CoE Wawaneaa. W.R. Vaugn. J. H.-Vaugn and lias YakenTTpositioii with'A. W. E. Cleveland, of Cardston. vis- Easion. itecl Lethbridge ou Monday and Cusluou tops' at 25c each on.aale. Tuesday. Satunlay and Monday .at L. and J. r A trainloadof stock was shipped frvm-hereon Tuesday. The con- The Co. has dis- poaed of a five thousand acre tract of wheat lands south Stirl- ing to a Montana man last week. They alao sold a section of irrigat- ed land at CoaWale. Mra. E. T. Savniders from Lethbridgej -jni Saturday morning and has renteS'MrB. Have- lock Smith's residence which she will occupy until her own is erec- After an absence of eleven years from the east, R. A. Wright lef by the' south train Tuesday morn- ing. -Mr. Wright expects torbe away two months and while in Toronto and New York will do all the Cliristmas buying for Wrigl.'. Double Cyliiuler Double Aetiag Hwul roree Its Special Features Are: -The only pump manufactured that has no leather suckers and requires no packing wicked joints of any kincb Always pruned, -for shallow or deep wells, maple handles, adjustable rods easy working, never friezes. These pumps are the most satisfactory pumps made, throwing double the amount of water with the same -ease us any of the so-called double-acting force pumps. By placing the cylinder and rods on opposite sides of the pipe, they are -balanced, thereby saving.half of- the- power, as the weight of the rods near y.equals j of the water. AVith one of your well or cistern you have a home fire engine, as they can be made ready in one .minute by n simple attachment for a hose, to- throw a continuous stream of-water. T '__ 1 have also stock pumps that throw ,-W water a minute. These pumps to be used in wells not exceeding 20 feet in depth. Cistern pumpn of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. Bv civinc me the depth of your wells I will Jit up any of the above pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc.. that .any person cauiiwtoll them. I will positively place niy guarantee, {nek of all pumps sent out. Special to country merchants. c. w, THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 five stores. ing he will visit Before jotmn- hia old town. Pincher Creek Echo. W. Handford. late with Calgary, lias opened a photograph gallery in the rooms Electric Light Co's office Chesley. It is reported that Al will not return alone from Sarnia on hia western journey. Mr. E. T. Saunders has started work on an addition to the ECHO office to make room for his rapidl; increasing business. It will be 16 24 on the easi side of his pres- Oygr1 llHJ lli vw f A He is a very capable man judging ent buildjng and will be used as a by the samples of his work that are: room. When completed he McLcay's. t frymihere on Tuesday. The con- While in- Calgary A gignmeat waa from the Raymond Southard is the gneaVof Mrs, J.H. Sugar Co. Stanley Chas. Williamson diapoaed Hon W T Finlay, minister of of" hii house and three lots on lacriculturi intends to visit the Crabbe itreet through the C. B. on exhibitio H.A. I i will instal a water motor and also Fa newiob press. He also has im- Another 100 foot poultry shed is being erected at the 'Eden Rest poultry farm. J, R. Grayshon has located, in Calgary, where he will go into the horseshoeing business. D. M. Young, formerly of the Iron Works, jias now a position wjth the Frank smelter. A. Zilliax. of'Hninboklt. is in town buying horses. H bought one carload from D. Whitney. _. Lelhbrwlge Siebert'.Crest, of Bozeman, Mon- ana. is in the city visiting his the accoiniida- C. fc. Crest. lere, M. Rock He may locate near _. ____ has purchased four ots on the Riverview addition and three on Bothpas street, through t'tieC. B. Bfownian agency.. Miss Helen Pearson, was in town last week on her way to her home in Toronto after a visit; to old freinds in Magrath. Bowman agency R. J. in town on. Wednesday. He ia the new-president of the Associated Boards of Tiade. Fred W. Eckstonn. 'of Butte, Montana, was the guest of C.J. Eckstonn, for a coup- le last week, Mrs. Macdonnell, widow of the late Capt. Mactlonnell, left last evening for Montreal, where she will'residd in ihe future. W. Fairfield ridicules there for a time. _- _ i RolKirt Scott Smith and wife, of Boundary Civek. came on Wed- nesday's south train.' Mr. Smith went north on Thursday. Their daughter. Edna Smith, is attending convent school at and will return to ihe ranch witl her mother for the holidays. pects room and ex- course of a couple of begin work on a stone cot tage on aame lots.-Pincher Creek Business Louis late Macdou- Consult Mrs. Mac- Real Estate 8 roomed-modern house with stable, 2 st..WOO 10 roomKl modern house, near hospital, 2 6 roomed modern house, Argyle street, 3 J2100 5 roomed modern cottage. 7 roomed modern house, Bartlett" street, 2 8 roomed modern house. Bonipas street, C roomed cottase, 4 lots, well planted.in r... 5 roomed cottage; fi acres of land, North Ward..... 5 roomed cottage. Redpath, 1 block from Round 8 roomed house, 2 street.........v- lots Round street.............................. 10-lots near police barracks...................; 4 lots Grlynn street............................. 2 lots and barn, Ford street..................... 3 Ward............................. 1 lot and brick-building, near H. m. median For the CLIMATICAL .yfsltpr (from Sonny am told there is a theory iiplhere that your climjcie is changiug." is no theory it. It's a fact our .climate is always changing." Mr. Gaiivan, of Lethbridge in company with two other yeternary surgeons from were in town Monday inspecting the horses belonging to Mr. A. Merk- xlonnell, Try A. ley which have been quarantined TU. the last two weeks. They return- .....o .._. day to Lethbridge per-von is not t.ho For Positive prppf See lQ.H. Johnston' Waterproof Coats idea that hia strawberries are ripe. He says they are coining along fine j bht they will not be ripe for a time C. H. N. Cunnell has retumed from a surveying trip south of I Tabor. He saya quite a bit of land is being iakon up there by Ajoierioan people. -There was a -gathering of labor men at Stafford village last Sunday [afternoon, Several addresses on the strike situation here were de- iiivereil, Init iho rain cut the [ceedings short. Mr. Simmons, M. P. P. for brklge was in his office here for the first days of the week. Mr. Sinw mpn'a is all "Gas" ami is diking great thiiigs ii __ _ mv_____Traufctef Co. you as wich ice raciuirr every day- arc loutt front the mines to Win. Henderson's icsidence are almost completed. They have sjl0p'fmin .tiw ,umWing xhe transformed the appearance of -to of A. ami this is TOW one of sout-hard's for honsc Phone. 75. local wan. M. pro- city. Mr. Henderson ...intendsp putting a granolithic walk aloug the front of the honse. M. Mi-cklfnliiirgsV M.. A. Osc., cye-r-iglvt Our census Enuuierators Messrs j Calgary. agate UNDER ORDERS Our stock of Men's aft4 Boy's Clothing is under Mmrching Orders.. stock I is on the Bargam Cotinter and will be Cleared out at extremely low prices. t Just thiftk of it J v :20th CENTURY CLOTHING: T I At the following low nrices: 1; Regular J15 and Suits J and suits Braml Clothing double seats .ami Vnees, J_l L (v of Silk Tuesday Monday Barker, Donovan and from Friday. They state that the city is hustling ahead and Dot ham's ilvu.5 i.ot.hhrKlgo. brklge" since we allowtnl him to leave Star' WHAT ABOUT THE BOYS Mts for eicry kind of m cap grmtis. eye