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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta the style that helps the of even the best-dressed It has the quality that It carries beauty and appearance man. assures satisfaction, comfort to its wearers. We have the Stetson Soft and Derby in all the laxett All staple shapes in Stetson's at We also carry a'large line of Soft Hats, English manufacture. Prices from (1.50 to THE 2 MAGS Orf Men's Outfitters in Lethbridge The Man Behind THE GUN w. W. Photographer. Studio now open next to Bank of Commerce, up stairs. SEE US FOR GOING AT ACTUAL COST The Central Hardware Store G. L. VROOMAN Make us a call. K.W. Late with Steele Co., Calgary. A LOCAUUJDGET. Mrs. Dowsett has returned from Frank. Wanted, competent plain cook; Mrs. Frank Cblptaan. -The child L X. Mc Ewen died last evening. Mrs. E. U. Ry lands returned this afternoon from California. John Niven is in Red Deer and may locate there permanently. _ MissAgnee.Hiirdieis home from St. Margaret's college, Toronto. Siuiniong and Beimottare offer- bargains in Taber busiuesa lots. The team will make a AT THE- Opera House One Night Only Sanfrancisco Earthquake Moving Pictures The actual representation of the earthquake effects and disastrous fires that followed. A spectacle that one will never forget. trip to Peinie and Kalispell next week. Don't forget tho Strawberry social at Oliver 8 hall next Thurs- day evening. Wanted a good housemaid by Mrs. C. M. Arnold. Apply at GT i L. rooman s. Large, nicely furnished room. Suitable for two genrlemen. Ap- ply at Herald office. C. V. Bennett wiil conduct the crown business at the Lethbridge and Cardston assizes. General Admission Reserved Seats Children, 50c 75c 25c Four lotis on London Road, block D, were disposed of this week 1 A.M. McQueen Co. Mrs. Jarvis has purchased two lots in the Duff addition through the C. B. Bowman 'agency. Miss Jessie Belcher has returnee! from college at Toronto. Miss Annie will return tomorrow. Jas. A, Macdonald has 'been el- Luay Tiiok, n "Chinaman, who has been at Cardston, died here last woek. The usual cere- monies wore observed by the local colony. TJie body was shipped to Hong Kong for burial. The de- ceased 51 years old. E. B. Stone, a well known Out- ario lawyer, formerly of Teterboro and London, has secured a number of 'grazing' leases near, hot h bridge, and is expected here in a few days with his son. Mr Stone is a bvo- ther-in-law of Dr. Cragg. Mossoiu Boyd, a well known lumberman of: Bobcaygeon; Oiit., and owner of a thoroughbred stock farm at Prince Albert, where lie has a tine lot of of Hereford cattle, was in tho city for a few days. On Sat unlay'ho drove out to the CVr rauch with C. G. K. Nourse. Miss Hatch, daughter of Geo M. Hatch, received word oii Monday that she had won a scholarship' at the Big Timber, High school which entitled her to fonr years''free tuition at. the -Montana State University. The .Herald 61- fers congratulations to Miss Hatch ou her distinguished achievement. Sharpley Theatre Co, is ap- pearing herti this week and the performances so far given have delighted the audiences. The members of the company possess first rate ability, eyery play beimr put on in a very creditable manner. The company deserves good pat- ronage during the remainder of the week. A great crowd, from all over the district, gathered in the city yes- terday to attend the Norris and Rowe circus. the For Farm Property Plenty of Rain, Sufficient Sunshine Marvellous Growth For Town Property ected second vice president of the Alberta Association of Architects. Strwberry social! July 5th, 7.30 p. in., at Olivers hall "under the auspices of Knox church ladies aid. Fred Rooney has purchased six- teen lots, east the barracks, through the A. M. McQueen agen- cy. circus train was dehiyeTl, not reach- ing here until almost noon, and the street parade did not take place to the disappointment of hundreds of waiting people. Afternoon aud evening performances were given and the audiences were nigh ly pleased with the many good fea tures of the show. Lethbriuge students at Havergal It is not the price'you pay for a furnace that makes it chsap or eipeusivo, but the fuel it afterwards consumes.' A common fanuico may cost you or less than a but if it otits liiis up tho first winter in extra fuel, what do you gain? Nothing but all the annoyance and work that 4go. with a poor furnace. The Sunshine is in uso from Halifax to Vancouver, and'we' have hundreds of testimonials from pleased users. Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere. Booklet free. LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, 'WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, .iiAiHLTON.' HICK WAKELY AGENTS i i l Ladies college. Winnipeg, did well Owing to an unusual demand for i n T, C P. R. Works and Shops, High Level Bridge, Subway, Buildings Numerous We have 155 acres, 5 miles from town, at terms. We have 240 acres, 8 miles -from town, S3000 improve- only 20 per cent will handle. Come in and talk to us about other properties. a New Cottage %vell painted and finished south of Kedpatk street, one block frooi Bound, only, See us for other Town properties. iO.S.KNISELY j Agent 'North American Land Co. J LETHBRIDOE OFFICE, ONE DOOR EAST FIRE HALL 2 ft Meet your friends at Solid Week COMMENCING Monday June 25 July 10, II, Largest Agricultural and Live Stock Exhibition West of Winnipeg Running, Hurdle, and Trot- ting Races. Grand Fire Works Display And other attractions. Reduced Passenger and freight rates from all points. First class accouiodar 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 Pro- gramme and Entry Forms to C. E. BROWN C, W. PETERSON President Manager Calgary, Alta.- Notice to Stock Owners :Notice is hereby given that on arid after the First day of July, 1906, the joint, office of the Record- ers of Brands'for the Provinces of i Alberta and Saskatchewan will be situated at Medicine Hat'. Al- berta. All communications in con- nection with brands should after that date be addressed to the Recorder of Brands, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Money sent in payment of fees should be remitted by postal note, money order or express order made payable to of Brands Medicine Hat. If cheques are sent they must be certified by on which they are drawn and the necessary exchange must be in- cluded. 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 record oE the same in j the Province ,of Saskatchewan, which may be effected on iwy- ment of additional fee of Sl.OO. George Harcourt. Deputy Minister ofiAgriculture. Department of Agriculture: Pro- vincial Government Buildings. Ed- monton, Avta. 'phones the Bell Telephone Co. are unable to install J. Tuff's 'phone at THE POPULAR Sharply Theatre Co. Under their Waterproof Pavilion Fine of the most complete organ- izations travelling. An excellent company .supporting the- clever actor, Passie Mae Lester, and the sterling actor, Add Sharply, Band and Orchestra PRICES, 25and50cts. Matinee Saturday LOST One dark iron grey Filly, two years old. weight about 1000 Ibs. Branded mmfm on right thigh, Reward of Ten l Dollars r- for return to JESSE P. HOLT Raymond, Alta. LOST. A horse, branded-2- on right thigh; about 0 years old; shod all round; hair worn by harness, reward offered to'' party return- ingto Western Warehouse Trans- fer Co.'s Stables.- LliiBiii Lcthbridje PuMk khool District, Nn 5. TENDERvS WANTED. T. L Patteson Properties Two Splendid Business Lots, very central, on Round Street, each. A magnificent op- portunity for a capitalist. Two Splendid Residental Lots, very central on Bompas St.. one a Corner lot, cask, Balance on time. First-class 11-Roomed Dwelling, every convenience, central on Bom- pas Street, S3900. First -class S-Roomed Brick j Dwelling, Stable, i Round St., Corner of 1 Uargain-rS3000.00. j First-class Frame i dwelling, water, bath-room, stable, Sand 2 Lots, on Duffcrm Street, ISIGOO.OO, Cash. First-class G-Roomed Frame Cottage, on Argyle Avenue, Mod- ern, with Water and lots. Gard- en all fenced, Cash. First-class 12-roomed Frame 1 Dwelling, Stable, and 3 lots, on once. 9. T. Lathrop, of NewRockford, is in charge of the 0. W. Kerr of- fice while R. H. Owen is absent in Dakota. Keep in mind the Strawberry social, under the auspices of Knox church ladies aid, at Olivers hall next Thursday evening. MViyor Rogers and Aid: Harding went to Medicine Hat Tuesday night to investigate thenaturalgas problem. The mayor met his dau- ghter at the Hat on her way from college at Winnipeg. The subjects of discussion a! Wesley church services on Sunday will be ''The- Entrance Examiiia and "The Citizen of a City' respectively. Special appropriat music will be rendered. At the Epworth Leaguo service on Friday evening, there will be an interesting temperance progran dealing with various phases of thi live topic. An invitation is ex tended to everj'body. Constable of Stettlerj ar rivetl in Calgary .this morning ei route from Fort Saskatchewan to Lethbridge. He brought with hin IT horses, chiefly wil go south this Herald. A base ball game was played last Thursday evening. The North Ward base ball team played the j high school team. The score steed j 17 to 12 in favor the North i Ward. The game was played on the public square. i One of 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 n their examinations. Miss Dora iogers, daughter of Mayor'Rogers, won the prize for dancing, a silver ross for good conduct and stood second.in arithmetic and uiathema- ;ics in heriorm. Miss Etta Hen- derson, daughter of Win. Hender- son, took honors in arithmetic and mathematics in the matriculation ;hsss and also won a good conduct cross.- Senator DeVeber in a letter to the.Herald says: "The Minister of Agriculture has just moved in the house that inasmuch as Alberta especially the southern has established the fact that Turkey red could be crown successfully had improved it in hardness and quality and hud demonstrated" thai commercially it was n succes therefore it was decided Alberta wheat deserved recognition and shall known us Alberta Red ant have a separate grading. Ther was some slight opposition to, thi by Saskatchewan and Manitoba members, but it was not .pressed FRED. RODNEY, PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC X EXCELLENT CUISISE BATHS _HOT AND COLO WATER I RATES A BAY LETHBRIDGE: ALBERTA Opening Announcement New Grocery I wish to aniionnce to my friends and the general public of Lethbridge that I-will be open aud ready for business in my new-store -north east of police b-irracks, on Friday, June 29th, llKKi. wheii no time or trouble will be spared to accojnoclate all tliose who may feel disposed to leave us an order. Everything fresh and uew. Prices lowest west of Winnipeg. Don't forget, telephone No. 156. j. Turr At the Yanmuth Y. M. C. A Boys'Camp held at Tusket Fall in August, I found MINARDJ LINIMENT most beneficial for sun burn, and immediate relief for colic and toothache. ALFRED STOKES, General Secretary. Oliver's hall next Wednesday. of the scenes of the "Fris- coscope" attractions is the evacua- tion of Chinatown in San cisco where hundreds of Chinese men and women are scampering for their lives to of safety At Olivers hall next Wednesday. The committee in charge of the sports for the fall fair are fol- lows: Geo. Houk, Geo. M. Hatcl Dr. Stewart. A. E. Keyes, K. Fes- senden, A.R. S. Knis- ley, W. A. Buchanan, K. O'Hagan N. Young, Dr. McClure, F. Roon ey, T. D. Kevin, J. H. Fleetwood and W, A. Bipley. A local real estate agent took four landseekers to Claresholm bj NOTICE Sealed tenders marked "Tenders for Warehouse7' and addressed to Northwest Jobbing aud Commis- sion Co., Limited, will be received up to 12 o'clock noon of Friday the sixth day of July, for a brick: and cement block building, Qfwit x lOOfeet, two storeys high and basement. Tenders must accompanied by check amounting to five per cent of tender. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Plans may be seen at the office of the Electric Light Co.. or by ap- plying to M, Freeman. ARE YOU A LOVER Of Chocolates? If so, try ours. We have full lines of GaaoBf's world famed goods. Or if you prefer Webb's we can fill the bill, as we have a complete of these star makes. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN CO Tenders Wanted Sea led tenders ibr the erection (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. in. Monday. July 2nd, Plans and specifications to be seen at Wm. Oliver's office, Round street. The lowest or any tender Tenders will be received by undersigned up to 6 p. m. on 'Mon- day evening, the 2nd day of Juiy 1906 lor work to be perform- ed at the Central and Westminster schools, according to specifications to be seen at the office of the sec- retary treasurer of the School Dis- trict. A deposit of 5 per cent Bompiis, quite new. beautifully fin-1 tiain lished, Water. tne! 800.00 Cash, Balance on time. North-West Qr. of Section T> Tp.: 10, Range 225nt S mile lake, with house, f4-22, lf> Acres culti- to look over I necessarily accepted. he was out hunting for a rig to take them out to the country a CUreshoIin 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. amount of bid each Tender. The lowest or any necessarily accepted. By order, vated, half-mile of fencingr -bar- per acre. T to F A to the pogtoffice fol- BaVer. i -01 -m i ,0-0 -.rt "I Territory, or somewhere of! pas 4b, Rent 520.00 near the Dominion of Canada." In -ofxTm t -i T m A letter came TO RENT, from 1st July, Two- here on Tuesday must accompany Tender notj C. B. BOWMAN, Secretary Treasurer LOST. A lady's watch and heavy gold chain. Big reward. Apply at the Windsor hotel. tne comer was the following ad- vice to the postmaster. "Barker is settled on land1' as though Mr. Higinbotham would look for the fellow to be settled on water or in abaloon. The letter came from Butte and shows that geography needs to be studied in that city, W. A. Sec.-Treas. LOST WAREHOUSE Ltd. Railroad Trarisferring. Dray- ing and General Delivering. Coal Delivered Promptly, v HAY, OATS, SAND AND STONE FOR SALE AGENTS FOR McCormick Cockshutt Machinery Webber and Adams Wagons Canada Carriage Co.'.s Buggies, Etc. J. F. RODGERS 'Phone 63. Manager. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. ANY even numbered section o Dominion Lamli In Manitoba. SartaichewaD aid Alberta, excepting 3 and aot reterred. may be nomeatcaded by tnr per who sole bejtd of t famJlj. or any male over 19 of IRC. to the extent of one-quarter of IGO acres, more or leas. ZBn-rj muetbe made personally at the local land oflice for the dUtrlct In which lac situate. The homestracJcr la required to the conditions concecieil therewith under owt of the tallowing 1. At least renldence npon and cultivation of the lanil In each fear fora three years. 2. If the father (or irotber, If tbe father deceased) of the home-tsiSer UMM a farm tn the rlclnitj of I be land ekiered for tbe reqnlremenm to resilience may MtliAed bj such person with ibe ratfesr ur mother. 3. K tspon farmlnfltDd owned by him In the vklo- Ity of his homestead, tbe M to residence may land. Six monhs' Bodce In wrltfnf tbonld be given to the CommlwiOMr Dowlntow at Ottawa to for Deputy of the Xlaintcr of the Uicrtor. At Rattle Snake Lake, Township 19, Kg. 21, W. 4 M., one heavy team owned in Stavely and ranged on the Little Bow Deennore Ranch both horses shod all round, halters j on when lost. j One brown horse branded J (inside of bell) on right shoulder, some white on hind foot. rangy and weignt about 1700, five years old. One flee bit gray horse. age 10, weight about 1500. brand, if any, not known to meat present. reward will be paid for their return. M. MOXROE, Clarosholm. Alta. George Beverley Estate, Rcfttiag, LOAAS, In. svrmnce I can sell your land no matter located. Special represent- ative. National Co-operative Realty Co. C hicago AUCTIONEER Farm Stock Sules Smart Btock mt MK Serfes MM Wtrrtrtt, FMcy the Latex Vest rap SHripc Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Altering. TABER ALBERTA Vonr own material made rip. Patterns and prices on application, E. W. Kingston East of the English Church ;