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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Wt has the style that helps the �ppear�nce of even the best-dressed man. It has the quality that assures satisfaction. It carries beauty and comfort to its wearers. Hati in all the latctt MylM. have the Stction Soft and Derby All staple shapes in Stetson's at |4* We also earry a large line of Soft Hats. Eafltsh maaufaeture. Priees from $1.50 to $2.75 THE 2 MAGS On'yJExclusive Men's Outfitters inXethbndge The Nan Behind THE GUN * SEE us FOR - - Refrigerators GOING AT ACTUAL COST The Central Hardware Store G. L. VROOMAN W. HANDFORD, Photographer. Studio now open next to Bank of Commerce, np stairs. Make us W. W. Handrord. tate with Steele & Co., Calgary. COMING JULY 4th -AT TUE Opera House One Night Only Sanfrancisco �arthquaKe Moving Pictures The actual representation of the earthquake effects and disastrous fires that followed. A sijectacle i that one will never forget. I For Farm Property Plenty of Rain, Sufficient Sunshine Marvellous Growth For Tqwi| Proper^ C. p. R. Works ana Shops, High Level Bridge, Subway, Numerous BttUdings General Admission Reserved Seats Children, 50c 75e 2Se PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice to Stock Owners We have 155 acres, 5 miles from town, at $750, terms. ' We have 2^10 acres, 8 miles from tow^n, $3000 improvements, only ftiOOO, 20 per cent will handle. Come in and talk to us about other properties. SPECIAL-a New Cottage well painted and finished south of Redpath street, one block from Round, only, 1950. See us for other Town properties. i O.S.KNISBLY Agent North American Land Co. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE, ONE DOOR EAST FIRE HALL K Meet your Friends at the Calgary Fait July]0JI,l2J906. Largest Agrieultural and Live Stock Exhibition West of Winnipeg Running, Hurdle, and Trotting Races. Grand Fire Works Display And other attractions. Reduced Passenger and freight rates from all points, First class accomoda^ tion for exhibits. RACING ENTRIES FREE Race entries positively close on June 30th. Agricultural and Live Stock Entries close on July 5th. Send for Prize List, Racing Programme and Entry Forms to C. E. Brown C. W. Petebson Prewdfflnt J, ; Manager Calgary, Alta. One Solid Week COMMENCING Monday June 25 Notice is hereby given that on and after the First day of July, 1906, the joint office of the Reconl-era of Brands for the Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan will be situated at Medicine Hat', Alberta. All communications in connection with brands should after that date be addressed to the Recorder of Brands, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Money sent in payment of fees should be remittetl by postal note, money order or express ordermade payable to the Recorder of Brands Medicine Hat. If cheques are sent they must be certified by the bank on which they are drawn and the necessary exchange must be included. RECORDING OF BRANDS IN BOTH PROVINCES. Persons ranging cattle in the vicinity of the inter-provincial boundary (the Fourth Meridian) when apply ng for brands should, in order to protect themselves, also apply for a reconi of the same in the Province of Saskatchewan, which mjiy be effected on payment of un additional fee of $1.00. George Harcourt, Deputy Minister of Agriculture. Department of Agriculture, Provincial Government Buildings, Edmonton, Avta, A LOCAlBUDGET. Mrs. Dowsett has returned from Frank. Wanted, competent plain cook. Mrs. Frank Cblpman. The infant child of L N. Mc-I Ewen died last evening. Mrs. E. U. Rylands returneil I this afternoon from California. John Niveu is in Red Deer and may locate there permanently. Miss Agnes-Hanlie is home from St. Margaret's college, Toronto. Simmons and Bennett are offering bargains in Taber business lots. T!ie baseball team will make a trip to Fernie and Kalispell next week. Don't - forget the Strawberry social at Oliver s hall next Thursday evening. Wantetl a gootl housemaid by Mrs. C. M. Arnold. Apply at Mrs. i G. L. Vrooman's. i Large, nicely fumishetl room. Suitable for two gentlemen. Apply at Herald office. C. V. Bennett will conduct the crown business at the Lethbridge and Cardston assizes. Four lots on London Road, block D, were disposeil of this week by A. M. McQueen & Co. Mrs. Jarvis has purchased two lots in the Duff addition through the C. B. Bowman agency. Miss Jessie Belcher has returned from college at Toronto. Miss Annie will return tomorrow. Jaa. A, Macdonald has been elected second vice president of the Alberta Association of Architects. Strwberry social, July 5th, 7.30 p. m., at Olivers hall under the auspices of Knox church ladies aid. Fred Rooney has puirchased sixteen lots, east of the barracks, through the A. M. McQueen agency. Owing to an unusual demand for 'phones the Bell Telephone Co. are unable to install J. Tuff's 'phone at once. O. T. Lathrop, of NewRockford, is in charge of the O. W. Kerr of-fice while R. H. Owen is absent in Dakota. Keep in mind the Strawberry sociol. under the auspices of Knox church ladies aid, at Oliver's hall next Thursday evening. Mayor Rogers and Aid. Hanling went to Medicine Hat Tuesday ; THE POPULAR Sharply Theatre Co. Under their Waterproof Pavilion Fine of the most complete organizations travelling. An excellent company supporting the clever actor, Passie Mae Lester, and the sterling actor, Add Sharply, Band and Orchestra P.- m  LOST One dark iron grey Filly, two years old, weight about 1000 lbs. Branded on right thigh, Reward T of Ten Dollars (110.00) r- for return to Jesse P. Holt Raymond, Alta. LOST. A it A' horse, bay, branded-2- on right thigh ;aboat 0 years old; shod sir found; hair worn by harness,  tlO reward offered to' party retuim-\ ingto Western Warehouse & Trans- ' f ^ MtoMTs IMmui |M*tnuui's Frlesl PRICES, - 25and90cts. Matinee Saturday T. E. Patteson Properties Two Splendid very central, on Lethbridge Public School District. No 5. TENDERS WANTED. Tenders will be received by the undersigned ap to 6 p. m. on 'Monday evening, the 2nd day of July 1906 for work to be performed at the Central and Westmihstier schools; aooording to specifications to be seen at the office of the secretary treasurer of the School District. A deposit. of 5 per cent of amount of bid must accompany each Tender. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. By order, C.B.BOWMAN, Secretary Treasurer Business Lots, Round Street, llO'OOOeach. A magnificent opportunity for a capitalist. Two Splendid Residental Lots, very central on Bompas St., one a Corner lot, $500.00-Half caaK Balance on time. First-class 11-Roometl Dwelling, every convenience, central on Bompas Street, ?3900. First -class 8-Roonied Brick Dwelling, Stable, and "5 lots, on Round St., Comer of Courtland-a bargain--$3000.00. First-class 8.-Roomed Frame dwelling, water, bath-room, stable, and 2 Lots, on Dufferin Street, J1600.00, Cash. Firat-class 6-Roomed Frame Cottage, on Argyle Avenue, Modem, with Water and 3| lots, Garden all fenced, $2000,00-$1100.00 Cash. First-class 12-roometl Frame Dwelling, Stable, and 3 lots, on Bompas, quite new, beautifully finished. Water, &c., $2800.00-$1,-800.00 Cash, Balance on time. North-West Qr. of Section 6, Tp.:10, Range22, at8 mile lake, with house, 14-22, 16 Acres culti- vated, half-mile of ' fencing.- -bargain-$10.00 per acre. TO RENT, from let July, Two-storey, 7-Roomed Modern, Furnace, Water, and Bath-room, Bom-pas'^Street, Block, 48, Rent $20.00 per month. LOST. A lady's watch and heavy gold chain. Big reward. Apply at the Windsor hotel. ' night to investigate the natural gas problem. The mayor met his daughter at the Hat on her way from college at Winnipeg. The subjects of discussion at Wesley church services on Sunday will be '*The Entrance Examination," and "The Citizen of a City" respectively. Special appropriate mnsic will be rendered. At the Epworth League service on Friday evening, there will he an interesting temperance program dealing with various phases of this live topic. An invitation is ex tended to everybody. Constable Tucker, of Stettler, ar rivetl in Calgary this morning en route from Fort Saskatchewan to Lethbridge. He brought with him 17 horses, chiefly broncos, and will go south this afternoon.-Calgary Herald. A base ball ganie was played last Thursday evening. The North Ward base ball team played the high school team. The score stead 17 to 12 in favor of the North Wanl. The game was played on the public square. One ol the features of the" Fris-coscope" Company is Josephine Regal, European Musical wonder, who plays twelve different musical instruments, and the Great Diablo Greatest of all Fire eaters.-At Oliver's hall next Wednesday. One of the scenes of the "Fris-coBcope" attractions is the evacuation of Chinatown in San Francisco where hundreds of Chinese men and women are scampering for their lives to places of safety. At Oliver's hall next Wednesday. The committee in charge of the sports for the fall fair are as fol-lows: Geo. Houk. Geo. M. Hatch, Dr. Stewart, A. E. Keyes, K. Fes-sepden, A. R. McGuire, O, S. KniS' ley, W. A. Buchanan, R. O'Hagan, M. Toting. Dr. McClure. F. Rooney, T. D. Kevin. J. H. Fleetwood, and W. A. Ripley. A loeal real estate agent took four landseekers to Claresholm by train the other day to look over some lands While be was out hunting for a rig to take them out to the country a ClarMhoIm real estate man nabbed the visitors and took them away to see some of his lands. You can bet the man from Lethbridge was wild.. . A letter came to the nbstoffice here on Tuesday addressed as follows: Mr. Wm. E BaVer, Alberta, Northwest Territory, or somewhere near the Dominion of Canada." In the corner was the following advice to the postmaster, "Barker is settled on land" as though Mr. Higinbotham would look for the fellow to be settled on water or in a baloon. The letter caihe from Butte and shows that geography needs to be studied in that city, Long Litey Tnok, a Chinaman, who has been at Canlston, died here last wfjet. The usual ceremonies were observed by the local colony. The boily was shipped to Hong Kong for burial. The de-ceaseil was 51 years old. E. B. Stone, u well known Ontario lawyer, formerly of Peterboro and London, has secured a number of grazing leases near Lethbridge and is expectetl here in a few days with his son. Mr Stone is a brother-in-law of Dr. Cragg. Moesoni Boyd, a well known lumberman of Bobcaygeon, Ont.. and owner of a thoroughbred stock form at Prince Albert, Sask., wherie he has a fine lot of of Herefonl cattle, was in the city for a few days. On Satunlay he drove out to the Cy ranch with C. G. K. Nourse. Miss Hatch, daughter of Gteo M. Hatch, received wonl on Monday that she had won a scholarship at the Big Timber. Mont., High school which entitled her to fonr years' free tuition at the Montana State University. The Herald ot-fers congratulations to Miss Hatch on her distinguished achievement. The Sharpley Theatre Co. is appearing here this week and the performances so far given have delighted the audiences. The members of the company possess first rate ability, eyery play being put on in a very creditable manner The company deserves good patronage during the remainder of the week. A great crowd, from all over the district, gathered in the city yesterday to attend the Norris and Rowe circus. Unfortunately the circus train was deln'y^, not reaching here until almost noon, and the street parade did not take place to the disappointment of hundreds of waiting people. Afternoon and evening performances were ({iylen and theaudience.s were higb-y pleaseil with the many good features of the show. Lethbridge students at Havergal Ladies college, Winnipeg, did well in their examinations. Miss Dora Rogers, daughter of Mayor Rogers, won the prize for dancing, a silver cross for good conduct and stood second jn arithmetic and mathematics in her form. Miss Etta Henderson, daughter of Wm. Henderson, took honors in arithmetic and mathematics in the matriculation class and also won a good conduct cross. Senatcr DeVeber in a letter to the-Herald says: "The Minister of .\griculture has just moved in the house that inasmuch as Alberta, 3specially the southern part, has establisfied the fact that Turkey red could be crown successfully, had improved it in hardness and quality and had demonstrated that commercially it was a ' success therefore it was decided Alberta wheat deserved recognition and it shall le known as Alberta Red and have a separate grading. There was some slight opposition to this by Saskatchewan and Manitoba members, but it was npt pressed. At the Yarmouth Y. M. C. A. Boys' CttiLp held at Tusket Falls in August, I found MINARDS LINIMENT most beneficial for sun bum, and immediate relief for colic and toothache. ALFRED STOKES, General Secretary. Sealed tenders markeil ''Tenders for Warehouse" and addressetl to Northwest Jobbing and Oonimis-sion Co., Limited, will be receivetl up to 12 o'clock noon of Friday the sixth day of July, 1906, for a brick and cement block building, lOOff^et x lOOfeet, two storeys high and basement. Tenders must be accompanied by check amounting to five per cent of tender. The lowest or any tender not necessiirily accepted. Plans may be seen at the oflice of the Electric Light Cc, or by applying to M. Freeman. Tenders Wanted Sealed tenders for the erection of (1) A ladies' dressing room (2) Eighty feet of stabling on the Agricultural Society's grounds will be received by the undersigned up to six p. m. Monday, July 2nd. Plans and specifications to be seen at Wm. Oliver's office. Round street. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. W. A. Hamilton, Sec-Treas. LOST At Rattle Snake Lake, Township 19,Rg.21, W. 4 M., one heavy team owned in Stavely and ranged on the Little Bow Deermore Ranch both horses shod all round, halters on when lost. Description-One brown horse branded J (inside of bell) on right shoulder, some white on hind foot, rangy and weight about 1700, five years old. One flee bit gray horse, age 10, weight about 1500, brand, if any, not known to meat present. 925.00 reward will be paid for their return. M. MoNBOE, Claresholm, Alta. It is not the price you pay for a furnace that mokes it cheap or expensive, but ttie fuel it afterwards consumes. A common furnace may coat you $5 or $10 less than a " Sunshine," hut if it eiits this up the first winter in extra fueli what do you gain? Notitin^,', but all the annoyance and extrti work that go with A poor furnace. Tlie " Sunshine " is in U30 from Halifax to Vancouver, and wo have liundreds of testimonials from pleased users. Sold by entaiprising dealers everywhere. Booklet free. L0N1X)N. TORONTO, MONTRE.\L. \mNIPEO, VANCOUyBR. ST. JOHN. HAMILTON. HICK & WAKELY AGENTS ^ FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. ^ GOOD ACCOMMODA HON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS .HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ;$ 1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA f ^ Opening Announcement ^ New Grocery >^ I wish to announce to my friends and the general public of Lethbridge thrit I will be open and ready for business in my now store north east of police btrracks, on Friday, J uue 29th, 1906. when no time or trouble will be spared to acconioilate all those who may feel disposed to leave us an order. Everything fresii and new. Prices lowest west of Winnipeg. Don't forget, telephone No. 156. : : : : : ^ J. TUFF oToToIoMoToToroIoToToToIop^^ ARE YOU A LOVER Of Chocolates? If so, try ours. We have full lines of Oaaong's world famed goods. Or if you prefer Webb's we can fill the bill, as we have a complete assortment of these star makes. :. i SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO : WESTERN I WAREHOUSE & ; TRANSFER CO. m I x^ Railroad Transferring, Dray- ^ ing and General Delivering. ^ Coal Delivered Promptly. �. HAY, OATS, SAND AND STONE FOR SALE AGENTS rOR McCorniick & Cockshutt Machinery '.' Webber f and Adams Wagons *. Canada Carriage Co.'s $ Buggies. Etc. J. F. RODGERS 'Phone 63. Manager. ^ George Beverley R�al Ctlatc. RcAliag. Loans, ln> I can sell yonr land no matter where located. Special representative, National Co-operative Realty Co. Chicago AUCTIONEER Crieft-Merohandise, Farm and Stock Sales Synopsis Of Canadian North-West HOMESTEAD REOULATIONS. ANY even numbered nectloa o Oomlnlon Land* In Manitoba, Saakatcbcwan aa4 Alberta, eicepilnc 8 an4 M, sol reierfcd. may be boroeateaded by any peraoa wbo la lb� �o'.e bead of  family, or any maiaorer llyaara otage, to the citeototOBe-quanaraaeilon ol 100 acrea. more or leai. SXn'ry muat be made peraonaUy at tka local land omce for tbe diatrlct to wbleh the laad la attuate. Tbe homeateader la required to perfora lha eondltiona conBeeted there wUb under OM ot tbe rvllowlac plana.: 1. Atleaai �toB East of tbe English Church ;