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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta - j j ..  Miss Ruby Munro, of Pembroke, Oni,, is "the gtieil of Miss Hardie. Wanted a Rood housemaid by Mn, C. M. Arnold, Apply at Mrs. G.L, Vrooinati's, Dr. P. F. King, refectory oculist, is at the Dallas this week mid is doing a large business. Walter Ross, o( Milk River and Thomas Moffatt, of Bnley. were in town Saturday and Suuduy. 9, 8. Taylor, K. 0., Nelson, has been suspended front practice for 30 days for unprofessional" con* duct. Mrs. W. 0. Liphardt reached town from Toronto on Sunday. Mr, Liphardt has taken a residence ofi Contts street. Mike Sacko a miner, was found guilty of disorderly conduct by agistrate Humphries and is now serving six weeks in goal. A meeting for the purpose of or- gani'/itig a golf club will he heid at store next Have You Seen Him , KING, Refactory Oculist of the Page Optical Co., Winnipeg. At tlM DALLAS HOTEL ThbWosk.  Graduate of two Collegia. Eyes Tested Free of Charge. LADIES-GOD -^---- Higiubotham's drug tit a o'clock. Tuesday afternoon, Dan Lee, of Claresholm, drunk here the other day got and Magistrate Humphries gave him a month in goal to sober Hp. O. 8. Knisely disposed of six Jots on Westminster Road belong, itig to H. T. Cherry to Geo. Peacock, of .Spokane. Mr. Peacock purpose* riveting a half dozen rot-tag The directors of the Agricultural Society will meet tonight to make arrangements for the sports pro- nine forHhe fair. All those in- gran te rested whether in the sports, members of the Fair Association or not, are invited to attend. As usual the' Epworth League meeting last Friday evening was decidedly interesting. R.M.Clark gave an address on Japan, discussing its people and their snrrotidings in a very entertaining manner The meeting next Friday will be the monthly social. E. T. Westlukc, of Westlake Tho ludy journalists came and went on Saturday prominent Board of Trade man went around With a patched on Monday. Of course these happenings are labelled ''foi cidence" and pigeon-holed, but what I am about to tell is; JSb serious. The march ot the Amazonian procession from our magnificent depot to Round St. on Saturday* morning %aC a thrilling sight; the S. A. band was absent, however, another* is no other, Koch female lip wore a contemptuous eurl* each female nasal organ had an added retrousse to what nature had bountifully bestowed, each female lip had a stony glft^N and each Stony glare was fixed on our flag poles. Quoth tho leader, "What are these things hanging on the polos?" In a propitiatory tone I replied, "Search me," with the emphasis on the "me," adding as an afterthought, "perhaps they are meant for flags." The echo of their hilarity must still he disturbing the ether somewhere. When quiet was restored she sidled up to me and cooi�], "Then has Sage given up selling decent looking Hags of all sizes at wholesale prices?" Brother Merchants, Hotelkccpers, and Real Estate Men, I wilted right there, and promised that I would pay you an immediate visit and sell you PHLAGS. Expect my visit. .1 hj � -fry >'+ * J 1 i L t 4 * � -� 4 W 1h f �J kit - r I" F n \1 . J ROBERT SAGE Double Cylinder Double Acting Hand Force Pump Bros., jtiwellers ml FOR THAT opticians, # t" Tabor, wut u caller at the Herald office oh Monday. He reports conditions at Tabor very llnttrisliing. The onRaKome�t of Miss Bertie| W�rtl�1� Bros, are now looitail in (VXeil. .laughter of Major O'Neil,! Hawtbotue block. The iof Point Kdwanl. to It. A. Wright,! other tore ,H lh� ,,,ock ,,n9 bee� HOT FEELING �TKY- Lime uice w� carry the throe best brands i�t 50c nnd (>!H- pi�r bottle- J. J. JOHNSTON DRUGGIST oiu. STATIONER | J not nvoessarily accepteil. 2 Apply to Trndbra will be rocriml up to Sfttunlny, June 3(1 next  (or the frame building now  occupietl as a |�stoffioe.  The temlewr to move, it, J when vacated beyond the lite  limits.  The highest or any tender of Lethbridge, Alliertu, is announced. Thr marriage will Uke plaice June 27, Malcolm Mackenzie, M. P. PM and T. Dickson, Macieorl wore in town on Saturday on Iheir way from Great Falls, Montana, where Today is the longest day in the year. The census will be taken next Monday. John D. Hi|inbothim Aid. Adams and Mrs. Adumsi start on tlteir trip to Ontario next Monday. Read every paige of the Herald. There is news to be found in every column. "Take a kodak with yon" and then have Hand font develop and finish the films. H. 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 ou the Kiv.! mission house, spent several days erside addition this week. takeu by A. Potter A Co., merchant tailors of which Mr, Da vies, late ot Carberry, Man., is the manager. tin Among the delegates to board of trade conventian was W. C. Ives ot Lethbridge, who was prominently mentioned some time they had been taking evidence on a ^ �� the proliable leader of the perjury ease. \V, E. H. Carter, formerly one of the tiest known officials of the nunes department ot Ontario, and now connected with a leading corn- Opposition in the Alberta Legis lature. He was the candidate Keceftit rains have made havoc here buying wool. The Alberta Kealty Co. has dis- Its Special Features Are: . The only pump manufactured that has no leather suckers and requires no packing or [jacked joints of any kind. Always primed, for shallow or deep wells, maple handles, adjustable rods, easy working, never freezes. These pumps are the most satisfactory pumps made, throwing double* the amount of water with the same ease as any of the so-called double-acting force pumps. Bv placing the cylinder and rods on opimsite sides of the pipe, they are perfectly balanced, thereby saving half of the power1 as the weight of the rods near y equals the weight With one of these pumps in your well or cistern you have a home fire engine, as they can be made ready in one minute by a simple attachment for connecting a hose, to throw a continuous stream of water. - 1 have also stock pumps that will throw 30 gallons of water a minute. These pumps to be used in wells not exceeding 20 feet in depth. Cistern pump* of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. By giving me the depth of your wells I will fit up any of the above pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc.. so that any person can install them. I will positively place my guarantee rack of all pumps sent out. Special prices to country merchants. of the water. on the roads, and applications for posed of a Hve thousand acre tract J. Kenny was in Macleod on road work arc pouring in. of wheat land* south east of Stirl- The Tabor hospital is Iwing in- customs butinces. corpora ted. The cricket club had a practice breek TuesBay night. Monday night. yf Wanted, competent pluin rook. Mrs. Frank Colpman. W. H. Robsou went to Lund- lho for tlw oW 00||||lry# Hon. Frank and Mrs. Oliver and I !�K lo 11 Montana man last week. Misses Oliver expect to leave after|Th*Y **1 a Motion of irrigated laud at Coaldale. " against Hon. Dr. DeVeber in No-ember. He was accompanied to Edmonton by Mrs. Ives, being guests'at the Alberta. Edmonton Saturday News. After an absence of eleven years j from the east, R. A. Wright left j by the south train Tuesday inoni-11J the hardware merchant itig. Mr. Wright expects to be away two months and Toronto and New York will do while TELEPHONE 66 the Christiims buying for Wriyl.'. Ueo. McKay has purchased from Mrs. K. T. SauiuWrs returned j Bro,. flye stores lV}fore lvU;ni K. Duoley two lots at the corner fronl l*M'�dBe 011 Snhmlay 1 ing he win viBit hit oW towu of Bimlelto and Courtland str�*ls. inoriiiiigondliMrenleffMra. nuve-ic,|eB, u  reix,rteti timt Aj H. E. Playle and family left for 0( briek to Coleman tor J. Bruce. H. Fairfield cut his first crop of alfalfa last Saturday. John Brodie shipped a carload I Mrs. Magrath. who has been t,ock Suiithi T*mv* w,l|ch B,l00 5 roometl cottage, (i acres of laud, North Ward....... 9600 5 roomed cottage. Redpath, 1 block from Round...... 9700 S roomed house, 2 lots, DulTerin street...............91350 1\ lots Round street................................ 9125 10 lots near police barracks......................... 9125 M. Rook has pumhased four Fred W. Eckstorm, of Butte, a"MV Yo��B. far,,t.r�y of tta|^^L^^!!i2f T F it &T * ^ If * Eckstorm, for a couple ofdays last week. Mrs. Maedonueli, widow of the Their three ou Bompas street, through the p. ]}. Bowman pgency. f foil >Vorks, |)as upw a position wjth j,be JTnuik sme)ter. AsZilliax,of^HumboldL Hask..|. Miss Helen Pearson, was in town is in town buying horses. He bought one carload from D. J. Whitney. last week on her way to her homo bite Capt. Macdounell, left last in Toronto after a visit to old lining for Montreal, where she freiuds in Magrath. will residu in the future. W. IT. Fairfield ridicules the idea that his strawberries ate ripe. | He says they are comiug uloug tine but they will not be ripa for a time yet. C. H. N. Couuell has returned from a CL1MAT1CAL Visitor (frpm Sunny 8outh)-*�I am told (hero is a theory up here that your climate is ehangiug." Host-V'There is no theory about it. It's a recognised fact our climate is always changing." snrveyiug trip south of Tabor. He saysipiite a bit of laud to, and was enguged in newspaper work there for a time. Robert Scott Smith and wife, of Boundary Creek, cume on Wednesday^ south truiu. Mr. Smith went north on Thursday, daughter, Edna Smith, is attending convent sehool at Lethbridge, aud will return to tlu* ranch witl. her mother for the holidays. h Mr. Galivau, of Lethbridge iu comi)uny with two other veternary surgeons from Calgary were in town Monday iuspeoting the horses belonging to Mr. A. Merk-ley which have been quarantined the last two weeks. Thoy returned the same dny to Lethbridge -Magrath Pioueer. Tlte tin prove ment s to W m. Henderson'* u.*sidtmce are almost r t 9225 9550 pects in the course of a couple of weeks to begin work on a stoue cottage on same lots.-Pincher Creek Echo. 4 lots Glynn street................................ 2 lots and barn, Ford street........................ � lots, North Ward................................ 940 1 lot aud brick building, near Redpath............... SIM0 Business Locals mcQuetn * 47 For Soli*-Tln� luu- I'oiit. MariUm-nell's homosU�ail- Mi-*. Mai'- uL�., .fa .1 1 4 " 1 completed. They have completely is being taken up there by American _____ * ^ \i .1. For Positive prppf See Wfttcrproof Coats one day White Walked Suits next afternoon Light Silk and Crepe Kimonat Monday Umbrellas Tuesday people. There was a gathering of lalior men at Stafford village last Sunday aftornoou. 8evoral addresses on the strike situation hen* were da-Hvoml, but the miu out the pro-cetnliugs short. Mr. Simmons, M. P. P. for Lethbridge was iu his office hero for the first days of the week. Mr, Sim* uioiis is all "Gasv aud "Lethbridge" since we allowed him to leave us- Canlston Star Oapt. Sam Davoy, headquarters represimtative of the Salvatiou Army will visit Lethbridge and llmtvjutisr Hint aouss A 'irouUtfr ilo. Kivs you much ic� as you miuira- every Uoy loiu'c Itmtf from iiw luim's t j town; $U iV) |h*r Is iwit � ' �4> lolly an t*tm wiirkim-u gt^l tin* tnoal man. W. \\ HitlinM lias rriuovecl Ills |�uiut t.Uop from tike liuiUliug a^ji>i"i"K ti� iUa ivor at A. ; I; e transformtHl the appearanoe of the,l4nvl| wmnvLH place and this home is now one of IsouUiani'� M�>n>, wj^i-o u� wtii do the most palatial and imposing in;ail kiuiU ut carriu^ puiiai^, umi Mr. Ilcuderioii intends i"�r homw i>auu- WHAT ABOUT THE BOYS t ri,^ti,,K8,n the s the city. putting a granolithic walk along the front of the house. Our census Enumerators Messrs Hammer, * Barker, Donovan and Brown, returned from Lethbridge last Friday, They state that the new city is hustliug ahead aud everbody is tulkiug great things for Lethbridge. That's the way to talk for the whole of Sou them Alberta-Cardstoo Star. Dr. C \V. Sunder* and JX H Elton drove up from Magrath, ou iilK> Phone. 7f>. j 1 I it�l4*��ro'N�) cyo-;,iyJvi HjNH'ioliHt, ot Oulfitary. will u^iu 0*1 H,^in- noiliaiu'N �lrua *u*rot l�iW�r^ij�o, is youv o\)\)i>vHuniy to hovo >i>iu* wyes pii�|H*rly otwl srkMrtifiealJy ai-towhM to l�y o roliahlo owl uxju'ri-onc�ii llanlc has lt\uj ojntnod in AJivJrio. Tho FipisoopaliaiM will soon have four Gfiurchrs >in Vtfgaiy. V Moosojaw -i� to Imw a, ru^Muni 'JuUgo, and n'ili ho uia