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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Stetson appearance of even the best-dressed man. It lias the quality that assures satisfaction. It carries beauty and comfort to its wearers. We have the Stetson Soft ind Derby Hati In all iht UteM All tUple shapes in Stetson's at We also carry a large line of Soft Hats, manufacture. Prices from to The Man Behind THE GUN THE 2 MACS OrTy Exclusive Men's Outfitters in Lethbridge SEE US FOR kefrigerators GOING AT ACTUAL COST The Central Hardware Store G. L. VROOMAN The Commercial Capital Southern Alberta. Population close and increasing daily. 'J'Aio third largest town in Albortu. A coal mining, ranching and fanning district. In- corpora-tod as a cMy 'this year. CITY OFFICIALS. w. Studio now next to Bunk of Commerce, up'staira. Make us a call. W. W. Handford, Late with Steele Co., Calgary. Meet your friends at the Calgary Fair July Largest Agricultural and Live Stock Exhibition West of Winnipeg Running, Hurdle, and Trot- ting Races. Grand Fire Works j And other "attractions. Reduced j Passenger and freight rates from all points, First class accouiotla-j tion for exhibits. I RACING ENTRIES FREE i J Kace entries positively close, on j June 80th. Agricultural and Live! Bank of F. j Stock Entries close on-July 5th.'Maiiascr-' i Send for Prize List. Racing' Pro- I gramme and Entry Forms to IT. W. Rogers. Ohas. 11. ttowmiui. CHy C. F. P. K. G. City Hob I. Chief of Fire A. Humphries.- Oliver, V. W. Dooley, C. H. limiting, Dr. -Me Clare, Atlams, G. W. Robinson.' HOARD OF EDUCATION. J. H. F loot wood. C. H. Bowman. Dr. C-albraith, G. Johnston, K. Minimons, .V. Dooloy. -130 ARD OF TRADE. C. F. P. Conybeare. V ice-Pros E. U. RylanUs. .11.. flames. Exeeutivcr-Wm. Oliver, C. G. Notu-se, F. Sick, M. Freeman, liarioinl, M. Young. v GOVERNMENT OFFICIA.LS. Dominion. W. Martin., A. B. nud Chas. AJair. Registrar, of Vital, C. B. Bowman: J. D. H'iginbot'ham. of J. :Kenny. CIIUKCIIES. Rev. J. S. Cluvers, rec- tor; Rev. Davkl Jones. Roman Kev. Fa-tlwr Van Tigliem. A. M. Cord in. Kcv. J E. Huyiisu-i. rites'. Ohus. Salvation Ctipt. Flaws. K. M. 33 Famous During tO 7 Important Sale of Furniture, Implements and Live Stock. LOCH GARRY RANCH j I NOTICE IS GIVEN, that the whole of the Household Furniture and] Effects of the late -Captain MacDonell, deceased, comprising.Valuable{ Upright Iron Grand Piano by Kitchen, j and other Furnishing Appointments, quantity of China, Dinner, Tea and Coffee Services complete, Bric-a-Brae, Linen, to-j gefcher with Binder, Waggonette, quantity of Harness, Dairy and other implements, .have been removed for convenience of sale to the 1 Old Hallway Station Buildings, i and will be sold by auction, without reserve, on Saturday, June 23rd, at 2 p.m. sharp. On view from 3 to 5 p.m., Friday, 22nd inst. Further particulars can be obtained upon application to L. M. JOHNSTON E, Solicitor, Union Bank Building 0. E. BROWS President C.W Calgary, Alta.- PETER.SON Manager Hank of U. K. Union U. ilcilickiug, OneSolid Week COMMENCING Monday J une 25 HAILWAYS. -Lethbrklge is on't'he Crow.'s Nest line of the (J. r. K., and is about to become a divisional point. It is the headquarters of t'he A. K. 1. .Kail- way1, running'sbui'h to Great Falls, Montana. .J. J. IIill's new transcon- tinental road is almost sure to strike t'his point. are also projected north to Calgury and JLeth- brtcige in a very years, Is iikc-ljr '10 5xi a big railroad cc'iiti'o. II Arabian Tumblers 93 Aforry Mfrthful 8 Equilibristo 20 Astonishing Acrobats A Cwnpfofe Clreum Garland Scores of Trained Wild Beasts of Performing Camels, Llamas nnct Bos Indicus Educated Seals and Soa Lions st Jumping Horses Thundering Roman Chariot Races TriiMd (MparUrf Arabian Staltim Only Lady Japanese Ariisis in America iOO StoltMrf Pony BmlM Cake Walking Horses Marvelous Picards Le Fleur Pretty Edna Maretta TIM Hack et Uu Grind Street Paraded AT EVERYTHING NEW FOR THIS YEAR THE POPULAK Sharply Theatre Co. Under their Waterproof Pavilion Fine of the most complete organ- izations travelling. .An excellent company supporting the clever actor, Passie Mae Lester, and the sterling actor, Add Sharply, Letrtbridjj'e is the centre of Mie j only irrigtitioii district in Oanada.- Some oi tlie linest farms in the west are to be nour the At present .the unirrig-atfd latnls in: all directions urc iK'ing1 rapidly ami there Is no tloub-t thut this 'to.wn will soon be -the centre 01 great agricultural .wealth ainl population, i ''LOCATION. is the u-attiral capitsl of AHxjrta. ll -is the hub oi a big district, and irom. -here goods are distributed south to 'the boundary, east into Saskaldiewan and west to ilrrttsh Coluuvbia, ami north almost as fur as J't is 'bound to j become the .leading u-holesale centre tn Alberta, south of Calgary. WEDNESDAY XDNE 27th Baad and Orchestra PRICES, 25and50cts. Matinee Saturday WHEN YOU HAVE ANY PRINTING LOST One ciark iron grey Filly, two years old, weight- ..about 1000 Ibs. Branded on riglit Reward Of Ten Dollars for retimi to Lothljrrdg'e's climate -is very much like Colorado. We only have winter for a day or so, ami -the rest of the time 'the .sun shines ami air is balmy. Baseball was played here this year early in January. There is no fmer climate in 'all Canada. CONVENIENCES.' Waterworks system, etectric light, sewerage system, telephone system. JESSE P. HOLT Raymond. Alta. Lethbridje Public School District, to 5, Liai otcB-. Lnaberaui's Friend TO BE DONE, LEAVE The Herald TENDERS; WANTED. Tenders will be received by the undersigned to 6 pJm. on Mon- day evening, the 25th day of June for work to perform- ed at the Central and Westminster schools, according to specifications to be seen at the office of the sec- retary treasurer of the School Dis- trict. deposit of 5 per cent of amount of bid inust accompany each Tender. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. By C.B. BOWMAN, Secretary Treasurer, ADD SHARPLEY? who ap- pears here next week. LOST. And get the Finest Class of Work at a Reasonable Figure Have You Him OR. P. F. KING, D. 0. I Refracting Oculist of the Royal 1 Optical Co Winnipeg. i At UK DALLAS HOTEL Circus Is One of the acts this season with the all new 'show "of the (i renter Norris and Rowc circus and me- nagerie bears the title and his Golden It is an odd title and can truly be termed sen- sational in the extreme. Placed upright in iho center of the big tent is a giant golden ladder 55 feet high, which hicans that the ladder is as high as the extreme top of the tent. "Lticier" climbs the ladder round by round until he reaches the topmost rung, there is a deathly silence as the Band stops playing. Lucier pauses a moment calmly looks at the audience, gently a Tvhite handkerchief flutters to the ground and shows where the acro- bat is to fall. He then turns bend- ing backward and down he comes from his great height, fulling like a rocket and with the rapidity of .a shot out of a gun. He hits the ground and seeming to scarcely touch it lightly makes of lightninglike back ward somersaults and bounds to his feH lo smilingly receive the. enthusiastic and thun- derous applause of the vast crowd who have watchcd'his act in breath- ____ rless suspcnce. but njone of a hundred new acts and A lady s watch and heavy gold j novelties. Ts-orrjs ntlcl R0we will ex- chain Big reward. Apply at the hibit at.'Lethbridge Wwlnesduv, Windsor hotel.: Ijnne27th. A horse, bay, branded-2- on right thigh; about 9 years old; shod all round; hair worn by harness, reward offered to party return- ingto Western Warehouse to Heainhy triplets. Mrs. Riven, 'birth twenty children, of xrhom fifteen survive. ;