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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Buck's Early Morning There's no poking, raking, re- kindling and re-fiSling the range and then waiting for the kettle to boil with a Thought" Rande Just turn on the drafts and in a few minutes you have a fine "toasting" fire for breakfast. Then, after breakfast, empty the ar.hes with a single turn of the grate, put on coal, adjust the dampers and your fire is ready for the day's work. The "Happy Thought" Range doesn't "get out 'Of bed on the wrong side." It's cheerful, bright, and willing in the morning. UruiururJ The Buck Stovu Co., Li Montreal FOR SALE BY A GOOD TIME Visit of Lady Journal ists. TO LETHBMDGE AND DISTRICT Delighted With Treatment Ac- corded Them. (Crowded out lust week) course, iuteruiingtod with a splen-! did musical programme contribui-1 ed to by Mesdames Rogers. Mar- Mickiug, Reeve and Burnett ai.d Bylaw No. 216 Messrs. Cunningham, Hinga and Kilner. President C'onybeare greeted the in a.very happy speech to which bright replies were made by Mifift Barry, Mrs. Coleman. Miss Cameron, Mrs. Smith Aldeu. Before the Authoring 'dispersed refreshments were served. The ypeeialtrain with the lady journalists left Sunday morning I Kith bridge was invaded early on i for the east and the ladies Saturday by u party of lady journ-Jaway with them the most kindly alists, thirty-two in number, aud recollect ions of their visit to this representative of both Canada and j city and district, thu States. They werej Each car is issuing M paper tell- touring the west for the first time I ing about the trip. On the car A iJy.-luw to provide for of 'the bum of Jorty dollat b upon -the croJil of City forintrly Art the Town C'StU'blishcd u Waterworks System within UKJ -town -Kni'tCw, and and were packed full of enthusi- astic praises for the country. Prior to reaching Lethbildge they had been at Winnipeg, Regina, Indian Head, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Ed- monton, Banff'and from all the sentiments expressed on Saturday night the trip to this city and the south country was the most enjoy- able of all. A special train was made up here on Saturday morning for the trip to Curdston, It included the private car, Sunset, the C, P. R. ThornclihV tlx AV- 1 IlC 1) i little journal is lie innHn ILS I II OUO already 'hi connection Uic-rcwith, ajvd I'ur -i he purpose, of mdking.'ifaj Nitiifj >i' more g-. uertil value to rhe of a is wix-SHary 10 cx- u-wl stud system. AND WUHKUAS in is estmu'.ed thill iho amount nco.'ssu ry for ;uoet- liabilities alivtvdy incun-jd in connection with such system, aad any oxiwiision.s thereof will Amount lo UK; sum of ni.i.1 it Is deemed that sum of (fceinjj thu of (ibbL -to Lw cte- u-uxl by aMs by-Jaw) shall secured by issuo of cMwivtui'is.s aprta-d OVC1' ix-rio-d "of forty rate i f i 'I 1 Q tv v i. is'.'ihepen is not Mightier than -out-half -per payable W- years, tu.r- four ti UNKNOWN KKMSN'DS. have There nuvuy people' who I usod Chamberlain's Colic. Diarrhoea with, ix-sults, but who arc unknown be-1 cause have hesitated aliout giv-1 a 'testimoimU of their' t AX1> the amount of propcrty in Hie CRy, uc- to tixc last Heviseid vssws lioll, >is asi-d the rateaWe proportion thereof- i; ence for pubHcaitJo-n, Those people, j however, are none live le.s-s friends of ilvis rC'iuedy. done much! HICK WAKIIU- v'' Dear Sirs: i receive de sieve which 1 alrite but lor'wlw don't you'send me no feet. Wat ii use of de stove when he don't have no feet. I aiu lose" U many customer sure thing by no having de feet very pleasure for me. What is de matter wid not1; my trade money's so good like another. man's. You lote. me my trade. 1 am veiy anger for that aud now I telU you tliat you are a dam fools and no good. I send you back at once your stove to-morrow for sure becatue are such a dam foolishness peoples. Yours respectful lee P. P. Since I write you this letter I find de feet in dc oven. Excuse to me. G. L. VROOMAN LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA sleeper, and General making it a hou.sc-hokl wot-d Manager Naismith's private Car. j by their personal recommendations The genial'Robt. O'Hf.gan was at Lo nwrfvbors. H n 7i. .iLi. i.v.... T.-___._i-., iiKxliciiHJ to -have, m-Oh is a iiKxliciiHJ to 'have in -IrtKi home, and is widely known for Its; of diarhoca and all forms of bowel trouble. For sale 'by all >any year at thiKs when, tho i-ates aro iinposi.'d the Council shall have on liaml -to the" crocitt of Oily available for the purpose a'simi of money sufficient -to 'incot tho pay- merits to: made in such year on sa'id mny rc-solufiou appropriate such sum to sakl pur- pose a'nrt in case tlvc charging .'of'said, annual rato for .such year shall to j T'ho votf-s of 't'tie- for or againsc-tibis taken jat t'ho C'pimcil in i-lio C-ity jof I-OtWjrklgo o-n ulio T-hip'LcemJi iilistri-bnte assets of said Association amongst the ties eutitUxl thereto, 'having only to t'hc cHiiniP cA the par-- The train started on its journey back to Xethbridge but made a stop at Miigrath. where a rousing reception was given at the depot. After the ladies had been present- ed with silk Hags and a badge, bearing the greeting: "We're sorry you haven't time to ukiator shall 'have stav: at. the day But mighty glad you came Jllnc- l00'5- this'way." I J. KEXNV, Liquidator ilie gift of the Pioneer, Association Elton's paper. Zebnium W. Jacotej stepped forwanl and in an eloquent- ly worded and loyally expresseil address welcomed the ladies. It was a stirring littlr; speech and won j the praise ol! the visitors. Coleman and Miss Cameron ac-i knowledged the welcome in exelleut! speeches, Miss Cameron referring! _____ lJre3eilCe IS: HEKEBY OIV- 1 l The train nlovdl on, stopping atj [bat an ex mi nation will be Raymond to allow Mayor Green.! heU1 ,J i i n i carv. a tlulv who had acconipametl tlie partv x, rr, u -n n i i i ot Steam Boilers for the Province Cardston, to get oft, and reached Lethbridse shortly after six o'clock.! wiaw PTV The ladies proceeded Io the hotels NOTICE is 'hereby -given tihat is a itr'.ivj copy -'of -a Hy-iQvv, has uml which may Iw finally 'by lhe Council (in the event of jscnt of t.he'inirgcsscs jjhcrcno) after one month from Twenty-First tlay of June, betng da-tc of tine first pii'bHca- lioii thereof in the tite th proposed on .D. lhe Nine a.m.. and Five p.m. Council Chambi'r in (.'ily of C. II. HI tary-l rensurer. W GOYERNMbNT OF PROVINCEOF ALBERTA Nolkc to Engineers. j Mrs. Lamarche and child were! jdrownwl while fording the Ked Deer river 7iear Penholil. She [leaves a husband and eight child- ren. -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS .AND CIGARS' TN A NEW '.ST A N D Just drop into my new quarters and convince your- self that I am up-to-date. The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. CEO. HOUK guests of WM. SHAW Painter.. Paper Hanger, Decorator, agent for Empire Wall Papers, from 5c. a roll Best of work gnaran teed. house east of Court Hoxise, on Baroness Road. and luid dinner as lhe the Board of Trade. At 830 tho visitors were escorted I to the Chinook club, where they j were tendered a most delightful; reception. At the club ontrance! the guests received by Mrs.: Dr. DeVeber and Cunning-: ham. The building was nicely decorated with flags and bunting and the club was much admired for its beauty and arrangement. Amongst the Lethbridge ladies who were piesent to greet the j Casli must accompany orders all coal RIVER-July 3rd. MACLEOD-July 7th. FRA.NK-July-10th and llth. CtARESHOLM-July 5th. PINCHER 9th. LETHBRlDGE-July IB and 14 RAYMOND-Jnly 16th. CAROSTON-July 18th. CLOCK A.M. for the of giving engineers and apprentices an opportunity of qua- lifying for certificates under the of The Stein door south of vat ion Army barracks. Telephone 77 visitors were Mi's. Mngrath, Freeman, Mrs. Geo. Rogers, Mrs. Oliver, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Buchan- an, Mrs. MacMicking Mrs. Sick, Miss Addie, Mrs. Miebach. Mrs. Chivers, Mrs. i Neale, Mrs. Reeve, Mrs. Eckstonn, j Miss Wobllatt, Mrs. Sick and Sal i others. There were a large num- ber of gentlemen on hand too. The ifor examination should be made to the above na med Inspector or to Jonx STOCKS, Deputy Minister. Department of Public Works, Edmomort, Alta. evening was spent in social inter- dead. W. B. Hamilton, a veteran To- ronto sl.oe manufacturer and a dir- ector of the Bank of Commerce, is Our Repair Work Gives Satisfaction BECAUSE-. We use nofhing but the best material. use none but the Ixat tools with which to do ourwcrk. When repairing a walcl ve inspect every p irt of it and nothing is- too trivial to escape our at- tention. The result is wi> have people come and tell ns how well tlu-y are sat isfiwl We can sitisfy you as we have others. Onr charts n re nuxlorate Wm. C. Liphardt Siiceeisor io A. ZiUiax Jeweler Optician LETHBRIDGE BREWING MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, lie and. Porter Tin: KKST IN TIM: WEST All orilers sent to tlu> will receive prompt, attention The Very i Place to Buy Because we them in the best condition, and have the best and biggest assortment, in Southern Alberta. Onr pricos are always right. Wallace H oselton Tho Leadin Ciar and Tobacco Firm in Southern Alberta. ;