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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta The Cash Store We are receiving weekly choice Creamery : Butter Which we will retail at 25 Gents Per Pound Prompt Delivery Telephone 34 A. Macdonald & Co Uthbridge Alberta Architect Macdonald was in Calgary last week. Mn. J. F. Rogers is on a three montii's visit to Bran, S THE UDIES~GOD BLESS W I stTnimer. a. L. McCrea, former agent here, has resigned his {joaition with the C, P. R. at Cranbruok. Fred Downer was up from Maple Creek on .Sunday. He reports heavy rainfalls in that district. Miss Lucille fiekstorm has re turnek. _ Senator DeVeber exi^ects to be home in a week or two. ' The city council will have seats placed around the scjuare. Hastings Mewburn has returned from Upper Canada college. Supreme Court sits here next week, Judge Scott presiding A large number of Mitiei's Union ofHciiils are in town this week. A 65 foot flag pole has been put up on Dr. Mewburn's property. A. flower competition takes place at the Ptiblic schools tomorrow. R. Sagps's store is being bright-�ue"There is no theory atotit it. It's a recognized fact our climate is always changing." For Positive Proof See iG. H. Johnston's! Waterproof Coats one day White Washed Suit! next afternoon tight Silh and Crepe Kimonas Monday Umbrellat Tuesday I WHAT ABOUT THE BOYS | Suits for every kind of It n ate. and a cap gratis; Keep your eye on G. H. Johnston h A m A A AM ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ The C. B. Bownuin agency disposed of two lots on Bunlett St. this week. They also sold a lot on Ashmead St. to Mr. Becker, of High River. A. J. Meyers, lately from Condon, Oillum county, Oregon, was in the city last Thursday and sub-scribsd to the Herald. He has taken up a homestead at Brant, near High River. In the "Twenty Years Ago" column .of the \VinniiJ�*g Free Press the following item appears: "H. A. L. Dnndas goes to Cilgary as Ifflr] agent, vii-e K. Kirby, re-I moved to Lethbridge." The Eagles, of which L. N. Mc-Ewen is a member, attendeaticuke to Dr. Carlyle A. us usual. . Porteoufl. will lake place very Master H. T. Henderson, of Up-i q�'��tly ^t. George's church, per Canada College, Toronto, and! Montreal, on Wednesday, July the Misses Henderson of Havergal ^1^'' """^ " * 8'***"^ College, Winnipeg, are home for their vacation. Capt. Sam Davey, who was announced to he ill Lethbridge in last week's paper, has postponed his visit for one week. The dates for his visit are June iiOtb to July a| Mrs. W. D. Hardie, wife of the inspector of mines at Lethbridge, left Raymond on Wednesday, where she has been visiting the Ret. and Mrs. McKillop.-Raymond Chronicle. Mrs. J. W. McNicoll. Margaret Todd, n domestic employed at .1. D. Higinbotham's. plettileaid lO^c a pound for Peter North's wool. The same price was paid by Jas Ken-dry, of Peterlxjro. for the product of the Alberta Sheep Co. Alessrs. Gray, Barker and Chipmanrefused to sell at that price. The officers of the A. R. & I. employees library have been elected as follows: T. McNabb, Pres; E. A.Cunningham, vice pres. H. C. Mockford, Treas., E. V. Dooley, Sec. Committee: W, Alexander, J. Cunningham, J. A. Barclay, H. Fairhurst, F. Locker, I. M. Pierce. Rev. J. E, Hughson has been given a uioath's holidays by the official'lx>ard of Wesley church, accompanied by a purse of money from some friends. He left Monday morning for Cafgary where, with Mrs. Hughson, he will visit at Springliauk. They will later visit BantT. The lady journalists cnme and went on Saturday^ and in prominent Board of Trade man went around with a patched facie on Monday. Of course these happenings are labelled "coincidence" and pigeon-holed, but what I am about to tell is more serious. The march of the Amazonian procession from our mogniHcent deijot to Round St. on Saturday morning was a thrilling sight; the S. A. l�and was absent, however, and tlivre is, no otlier. Each female lip wore a cfHitemptnons curl, each female nasal organ had an added retrousse to what nature had bountifully bestowctl. each female eye had a stony glare, and each stony glare was fixetl on onr Hag poles. t^uoth the leader to me, "What are these things faanginn on the poU'sf'^ In a propitiatory tone 1 replied,' "^arch me,*' with the emphasis on the "me," adding as an afterthought, "lierliaps they are meant for flags." The echo of their hilarity niuRt still be disturbing the ether somewhere. When quieV was Z: restor to July 2nd, good tu return until July 4th. The extensive improvements to the W. Henderson residence are veiy favorably commented upon. It has a most imposing appearance i the colonial front being particular ly striking. A ceuient walk has been placed at the front of the bouse. The band instruments, which have been idle for some time, will .In? turned over to a committee consisting of Aid. Robinson, George Houk and C. J. EcV storm and it is likely that � band will be started, right away. The city needs a good musical organization of this kind. ies on the land line, of his ijoeins was one lights of the trip.'? ^ RoWit liiglis. manager of tliei Bank of British North America, Itas appplieil for letters to adminst-er the estate of the lata John Cock-burn, of Lethbridge, brick-maker. Cockburn came from Aysgarth. Yorkshire, was a tiachelor and left no will. His estate totals $1,122.20, !of which $1,000 is a hfe insurance policy in the' Canada life. Mr. Inglis is acting on behalf of deceased's father. Thomas Cockburn, of Aysgarth, who is the sole beue-liciary, Toronto Telegram. J. Geo. Harper. Musical Director of ths Conservatory of Music, at Pembroke, . Ontario, one of the largest and most progressive schools of the east, will visit Lethbridge.about the end of July for the purpose of establishing a branch of the Conservatory in thia city. He proposes to start classes for the study of the violiu. mandolin and kindral instruments himself and will endeavor to se-oure tfie best local teachers of piano and voice to sssist him in his project.. A golf club was organized in the city this week with O. V. Mac-Mickiug as president and Mrs. Buchanan as secretary. Messrs. Connell, Woods and Biddy were named as a committee to arrange for grounds. The cJub commences with a membership of almost twenty. Lethbridge is hustling along and her fine station sets things off to perfection' Numerous fine resi. dences and stores are going up and the city is jumping ahead notwithstanding the strike which is creating a slackness that would lie well to overcome. The presence of idle men in any town is a drawbac>k to the interests of that town but Lethbridge is surmounting the obstacle in no uncertain way.-Magrath Pioneer. jjg Rev. J. E. Hughson retume-tained. It is our firm belief that the loss of a ixirtion of this year's winter wheat crop was largely due to ix>or farming. Much of the winter wheat sown in the fall of li|inlati(in of the Canrulian West of liiai day. Like 8�juu) sort of strange animtil. he was a source of nnfuiliitg woiijler and interest to his fellow members from more sedate eastern constituencies. He , had spent many years among the I Indians and it it is related of hi^i Double Cylinder Double Acting HsAd Fbree Ptomp Its Special Features Are: The only pump manufoctnretl that has no leather suckers and requires no packing or packed joints of any kind. Always primed, for shallow or deep wells, maple handles, adjustable rods, easy working, never freezes.  Theite'pumps are the most satisfoctory pumps made, throwing double the amount of water with the same ease any the so-callied double-acting force as �pumps. Bv placing the cylinder and rods on opposite sides of the pipe, they are {x^rfectly balanced, thereby saving half of the power' as the weight of the rods near y ef{ual8 the weight of the water. With one of thesa 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. I have also stock pumpsi that will throw 30 gallons of water a minute. These pumps to be used in wells iiot exceeding 20 feet in depth. Cistern pnmps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. By giving me the depth of your wiills I will fit up any of the alK�ve pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc., so that any person can install them. I will positively place my guarantee liack of all pum^is sentont. Speoialprices to country merchants. THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 Money Makes Money by ^ Investine %^ Invest In Some of These. 7 lots on London Rc�d...................... .   .  .4125 5 lots on Bartlett st..'............................   123- f> lots on Cutbill st.............................. � ^1.  -WSO 10 lots on Courtland st........................       W25 Comer on Bompas and Wood..................    �  -tSOO Lot and brick building near Presbyterian church..... .$1600 S lots. North Ward.................................. .$100 2 lots and barn.Fonl st........................... .. .$550 Residences in any part of the city [Just Placed jIn Stock ANOTHER CAR OF: FRESH GROCERIES I Mnckonockies' Fruit Syrups. Lemon Saunth nnd o f Raspberry Vinegar. Chinese Preserved Ginger, Pen- S nut Butter. Cocoa Nihs, Christie Brown tf Xo.'a  Biscuits, Tuekett's Club Special Cignr t The BenUey Co'y| Wholesale and Retail Lethbridge, Alta. that earlv in the mominapf adrag-ging nignt session the shimbers of the members were rougblv disturbed by a series of blooii-cunlling yells coming from the basement of tl^e House, and that, rushing in a body down stairs, they came u^on D. W. in one of the reoraatimiv, rooms, executing a Blaokfoot war , dance on a billani table for.tbe ditfli^'" lactation of Sir John Ma and a party of friends. ;