Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
Butter Architect Macdonald was in Cal- gary last week. Mrs. J. F; Rogers is on a three monthV visit to Brandon. ...-Mrs. 0. R, Duuiel lias gone to Ffavre, Mou'tunu, on u visit. The first cutjings ot alfalfa were in district this week. Which we will retail at 25 Cents Telephone 34 T. J. Simons and .las. McDon- ald were in Edmonton lust week. Randall Freeman is home from Western Canada College, Culgai'y. West and .Gee Mallett left Tuesday to spend a couple of weeks at Banff. Osier, Hammond and Nunton will ereot a oil ice building 5u Winnipeg. Aid Adams and wife left Monday night for the'east. Their dtstina iion is Watford, Out. (i. L. MeCrea, former agent here resigned his position with the C, P. K. at CraubrooL Fred Downer was up from Maplt Creek on Suudny. He reports heavy rainfalls ia that district. Miss Lucille Eckstorui has re turned from her studies at. Seattls they are meant for The echo of their hilarity Miss Hamilton, the Jiure'and Miss Addieleave.for the in a few days to spend the miner. Edward Tanner, of Conrad, Mon- ana was in town last week with a unch of horses, which he was tak- ng north, Sergt. McLennan, of Melfort, las been transferred to the N. VV. M. P.'here, He has in hb force 21 years, Dr. Torrington, organist of Met ropoiitan church, Toronto, princi-1 of. the Toronto College of Mus-! c and one of the leading musicians' of the continent., will give an organ recital in Wesley church next month. Millenaries in automobiles, mvy mcum _irs on feet lleeing before the] ff ,mist still.be disturbing the ether somewhere. 'When was rtames swept city of restored slut sidled up to me and cooed, "Then has Sage given I P m A ll shown in the wonderful Uthbridge tlie city last Thursday ami scribad to the Herald. He has taken up a homestead at Brant, near High River. Tn tho "Twenty Years Ago" column' .of the Winnipeg Frei NOTICE Jhis Is the Season When thorough cleaning of yards should be kept up Chloride of Lime 2 ami Copperas For disinfecting purposes at i JOHNSTON'S DRUG STORE -Dominion Day -Monday i- This is the last week of school. Campbell'has rented 'the 'R Kerr i-esidenc, Mrs. Southard has returned from organ- Calgary. ued at Frank. J. J. Furman has ..reamgod his G C.Ives. of Macleod, was in position as stock inspector the city yesterday. A. Easton has the Mr and Mrs. Waruick. of.12-23, residence aud lots of J.R.tirnyshon were in town last week. Miss Maude E. Addv rewgn-' frt: Senator expects to be ed her position on the public school liome in a week or two. staff. The city council will have seats 1 W V- "Resell and placed around the square1. TEXnKits will received up to Saturday, .1 line HO next for the frame building now occupied as a postcrhce. The tenderer to move it, when vacated, beyond the lire limits. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Apply to John r r, i Press the following hem appears: j I, ,H> A L io Calgary j. C atnpio Kirby, re- Fair Mrs. L. M. text week on :oast. Dr. Mewburn was in Ottawa last week 'ind was shown around by moved to Lethbridge." The Eagles, of which L.'N: Mc- jEwenisa member, attended the i funeral of the late Mrs. McEwen Thos. Welch went to Devils' in a body and Fred Robuey repre- Lake, North Dakota, on a busi-lsented the order as a pall bearer. i pictures of which j is for our city on Wwlnes-iY4 day next at Oliver's liall. :On July ;ird W. A. Hiimilton goes to Kayihbnd for the of conducting the defwrtmental examinations there. J. Morgan, B, A., goes to Cardston for the same purpose; On their return Ijoth go to Edmonton to assist, in "exam- ining the papers. It is understood that W. E H. Carter, of Toronto, paid KJic a pound for Peter North's wool. The same price was paid by Jas Ken- dry, of Peterlwro, Jor the product! of "the Alberia Sheep Co. Messrs. Gray. Harker atul Chipmanrefused j to sell at that price. j The oflicers of the A. R. I. employees library have been elect- ed as f. McNabb, Pres; E. A.Cunningham, vice pres. H. C. Mockford, Treas., Dooley, Committee: >W. Alexander, Cunningham, J. A. Barclay, H. iirhurat, F. Locker, I. M. Pierce. Rev. .1. E, -HnghBou lias been up selling decent looking Bags of all sixes at wholesale Brother ".Merchants, Hotelkeepers. Real Estate Men, 1 wilted right there, aud promised that I would pay you an immediate visit and soil you PHLAGS. my visit. ROBERT SAGE ness trip last week. The cricket match, Old Timers vs'-New Comers, w'll take place oil Sarurday afternoon. The Back Co. claim 'to have plenty of men at work and are making brick daily now. Stereopticon 'service, "The Roll -Call." Tuesday July 3rd All are wel- A beautiful tloval tribute was con- given a uioath'8 holidays by the official-board of Wesley church, accompanial by a purse of money from some friends. He left Mon- day morning for ..Calgary where, with Mrs. Hughson. he will visit at The will later visit la an account of. the Associated Boards of Trade tanquet at Ed- moutou. the Journal eays; "Res- ponding to the ''Learned Profes- sions" AW C, Ivea.- advocate, of Lethbridge. spoke fluently and en- tertainingly." Mrs. Moran and family were in from the Little Bow on Sunday. One of the children was christened in the S. A. barracks. come. Dr. has again St. Patrick's church. Fred elected a member of the Board of Morau, who has been attending Alberta College, Ed-j business college.at. Winnipeg, met inonton. them here. Cumberland, an old time Conser- The enumerators began taking the census on Monday. It will, take some weeks, to gather all the! eturns. Christenseii and Knaiife have tie contract for the. stonework on he Hudson's Bay building at Mr. Cameron and Miss Cameron Supreme Court sits here "ftxt is the president, week, Judge Scott presiding A large number of Mmei a Union Taber on Rev. J. are in town this shearer officiating here. A 65 foot flag pole has been put E> Anen left for his up on Dr. Mewbnrn's property. junior ixistor at Swif A. flower competition takes place Current on Monday night.. at the Public schools tomorrow. Talior school district gives uotic K Sana's store is being bright- of its intention to borrow t sued with a fresh coat of paint. E.P. sugar factory, Mr. Trodd are guests Turnbull. Senator Roy, of Edmonton, en- tertained Premier Rutherford at a 'dinnerin Ottawa. Senator DeVeb- er was one of the guests. The football match, announced to take place last Saturday with I4lltl iinproye'tne s vative constituency'in Nova Scotia, was redeemed m the Provincial elections last week. Hon. T. Pipes', a former Premier, did the trick. He is a cousin of Browu Pipes, of this city, and is one of the most distinguished men in Nova Srotia. At Monday night's meeting of Banff. A 'golf club was'organized'in the city this week with 0. U. Mac- _ Mickiug as president and Mi-s. Buchanan as secretary. Messrs, j Coimell, Woods and Biddy were named aa a committee to nrrange! for grounds. The dub commen- ces with a membership of almost twenty. Lethbridge is hustling along and her fine station sets things oft to perfection' Numerous tine resi- dences and stores are going up and the city is jumping ahead not with- standing the strike which is creat- Double Cyliiuier Double Acting Hwul Foree Pymp Its Special Fcatwrct Are: The only pump I that has no leather sucker? 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.- These pumps are the most satisfactory pumps made, throwing double the amount of water with the same ease as any oi the so-called double-acting force pumps. By placing the cylinder and rods on opposite sides of the pipe, they are perfectly balanced, thereby saving half of the power as the weight of tlie rods near y equals the weight of the water. With one of these pumps in your well or cistern you have a home, tire engirt, 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 pumps that will throw HO gallons of, water a minute. These puinpa to be used in wells' not exceeding 20 feel in depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. 1 r By giving of your wells I will fit up any of the alcove pumps, complete with pipe. rods, etc., so that any jierrsbn oaii install theni. Twill positively place my guarantee back of all pumps sent but. Special prices to country merchants. THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 .x. A- i n ii- AI iMCW'UIV s uircini5 the city this I the school Usinlit was decided to stayiiiR A. [Macdoimld as architect. Wm. J. Squirrel was in Calgary will make out the specirica- week seeing his who.hus been j tions for the Westminster schoo week. They had been the Cameron-ranc iug a slackness that, would Vte well ;o overcome. The presence of idle men in any town is a drawback to the interests of that town bu.t.Leth- bridge is surmounting the obstacle in no'uncertain Pioneer. Rev. J. E. Hughspu' conference at Edmonton last week. The. only change ot interest here, made in the last draft of staUons. was the appointment of F. E. Cory to Leth- 1110 nc. o nu iicia L nuns lui ini- r i. r in the liospital there for some! work aud will the same week.. She is much improved in i The tenders sent in for this work Mr, Cory I3 a young man aud has i.i -i IMPI with health. The cartage companies have all but John Brodie still at business in the old stand Carting of ail kinds. Ire busii Money Makes Money by Investing Invest In Some of These. i -11 mei.Wlin SUlX-ess in ma willbcn'turnetl. x, proyinee The te The marri of Miss Kathleen a resolution lie is! Constance Foster, t hi M daughter neuienant Governor and Mrs. stand.; of Rev. Canon and Mrs. Foster, fOr not haviug introduced siness of Coatieooke to Dr. Carlyle A. intoxicants at goverument house. 1 Margaret Todd, n domestic em- ployed :tt J. D- Higinbotham's. i I 1 _ _ LL i _ 1 1 Macleod did not take place. Leon Burns and Ira Burns, of Black Spring "Ridge, were regist- erwl at the Windsor last week. winter If jo take a drive out to the luirheld farm. Percy Jameson, oftho Bank of Montreal, leaves in a few days to spend his vacation with his parents at Poterboro, Out. A. M. McQueen Co. have disposeil of two houses and 1hr lots on Smith st... formerly perly of George Honk dates to July H allowed their vacatiou. Capt. Sam Davey. who was t- i.i :n I pleuileil guilty last, week in in in i i i- i iiiEr some ry from Aiiss last week s twper, has postponed !rjuir- J J i ghe had coinmiUed a aimdar of- before and was warning.-A: E. Mrs. W. Hardie, wife of the Humphries, -T.P., committed her insijector of mines at Lethbridge.; for On the second offeno. left Raymond' on where she has Iwen visiting the The Imly jouniahsti, who travel- and Mrs. McKillop.-Ray-l led on the C. P. R. special car. is- mond Chronicle. i anwl a paper, called, -The ash- i lo the intoxicants at goverument house. very jt-wns notdecided, whore the con- next year. on the condition of the Calgary Herald appears: The writer has been inueh interested iir en- deavoring' to 'discover why some tields of w'mler wheat came til rough without the loss of a spear, while other fields adjacent were n total loss. Miu-h careful study been given to this subject, and all the reliable iuforiimtion possible ol> tainevl. it is our tirm belief that j J >T a iwrtion of this years j Iwat crop was largely duej J fanning. Much of thej winter wheat sown 7 lots on London r, lots on Bartlett st...............'..............- 5 lots on Outbill 10 lot s on Court laud st..........................- Corner on Bompas and Lot and brick building near Presbyterian B lots, North 2 lots and iMi'rn.Ford Kesideuces in any'.part of the city 1 CL1MAT1CAL Visitor (from Sunny am told Ihew is n thpory up here tUat your climate is changing." is no theory about it. It's a recognized fact our climate is always changing-" For Positive Proof See i G. H. Johnston's j p j Tl 1 I W r the brilliant author Mr. D. H. Elton was in Leth-j accompanied the. lad-' bridge on Sunday last. The newj ies on the land line. The reading j at that place is a daisy ariu ,of his was one of de- we .acknowledge that Werts was Capt oas. S. Flaws, who has had I lights the right and we were wrong which is r 'Y F ,1 Uo say that the station at Leth- Tngns. mnmiicor ot Bank of Kritish when they reached tawa and they told him they were I delighted with their trip, especi ally the way they were reee" and entertained at Lethbridge. la Stoc 1 charge of the Wai t-orps of thel I Salvation Army for the past throe j months.' has received orders toj XT ieI bridge is away ahead of the one at j. North America. s Recina and that on account ANOTHER CAK FRESH GROCERIES j t Waterproof Coats one WUte afternoon Light Silk Crepe MonJay Umbrellas Tuesday WHAT ABOUT THE BOYS Suits for every kind of i j n ate, and a cap Keep your eye on G, H. Johnston there is the best' S proof of the faith that its eiierget-! i ic and progressive citizens have in Harper. Musical Direct-! its future advuicement.-Cardbton j Conservatory of MuaicJStnr. Tt haa a most imposing jCockbnrn came from Ayspamu Comparing it ForDomiiiiw with' the primitive resting place; the Canadian Pacihc Railway VIis estate j traveHcVa be-'odious'in- nouuce a rate of fare and one-third of whirh ia a life insurance! is iumn- i T% i i 1'ff Ullti "ALItMlitr vt IO I A between all stations, Port Arthur, policy in the Canada life. Mr., by leaiw and boiiuds and to Vajticouver Tickets on auJej ingua ia acting on Whalf of de- j m of that 211 to July. 2nd, good to re- ceased'3 father. Thomas Cockbnrn.i turn until July-Itl.. j of Aysgiirth, who is the sole beiie- o[ infc umi U8 riwlBC1. The extensive to! liciary. Toronto Telegram. the W. ITemlerson residence T veiy favorably foniinenietl at Ontario, j' T refernnvc to tlw death of D.' one of the largest and most pro-iw Davh for lystvikmg A cement walk of the east, will j u; VeruVillion Signal says; been placed at the front ot the; visit the end of j one "oharactors i uouse- July for the purpose of establishing bo la rgti an element in The band instruments, which a branch of the Conservatory Canadian i have been idle for some time, will i this city. He' proposes to start Of day. 1-ike some sori'j iu }K turned over lo a committee con-; classes for the study of the violin, j aniuudJie was a source' sidling of Aid. Robinson, George j mandolin and kind ml instrument TTouk and C. J. EcVstorm and it is; himself and will endeavor to likdy that K band will be started I cure the best local teaoliers ot pi-, stnuuc right away. The city needs a good j ano and voice to sssist him in his j speut niany years among the musical organization of this kind, i i Indians and it it is related of- hiiB j i i Mackonockiesf Fruit Synips, Lemon Squash and t Raspberry Vinegar, Chinese Preserved Ginger, Pea- 5 nut Butter, Cocoa Nibs, Christie Brown V Biscuits, Tuckett's Chib Special Cigmr Co.'s the colonial front A cement walk JThe Bentley Co'y! r Wholesale and Retail Alta. House, and that, rushing in t body down stairs, they came upon D. W. in 'one of the rooms, executing a Blackfoot ii-ar dance on a billard table for the de- lectation of Sir Jbhu MacdooaW and a iwrty of friends.