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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta M4 iiiiiiiiii............iiiiiiiiiniiiii........����......riiiiinii The Cash Store We are receiving weekly choice Creamery : Butter Which we will retail at 25 Cents Per Pound Prompt Delivery Telephone 34 A. Macdonald & Co Lethbridge - Alberta Architect Macdonald was in Calgary Inst wee):. Mrs. J, F. Rogers is on a three month's visit to Brandon. Mrs. C. R, Daniel lias gone to Havre, Montana, on a visit. The first cuttings of alfalfa were 'made in this district this week. T. �T. .Simons and .las. McDonald were in Edmonton lust week. Randall Freeman is home from Western Canada College, Calgary. 'Ernie West and .Ceo Mallett left Tuesday to spend a couple of weeks at Jij�M*l. Osier, Hammond and Nuiiton will erect a $200,000 ollice building in Winnipeg. Aid Adams and wife left Monday night for the east. Their destination is Watford. Out. C L, McCrou, former agent here, has resigned his poaitiou with the C, P. K. at Cranbrook. Fred Downer was ii|ifrom Maple Creek on Sunday. He reports heavy rainfalls in that district. . Miss Lucille Eckstorm has returned from her studies at Seattle and will remain here for the summer. The C. B. Bowman agency disposed of two lots on Hurdett St. this week. They also sold a lot on Ashineud St. to Mr. Becker, of High River. A. J. Meyers, lately from Con- cast stun Miss Hamilton, the Misses Mo! �* of Music uud one of the leading musicians of the continent, will give an organ recital in Wesley church next month. Miliionnries in automobiles, beg-gars on feet lleeing before the tliunes swept city of San Francisco are shown in the wonderful pictures of "Friseopscope" which is hooked for our city on Wednesday next nt ()liver's hall. On July ilrd W. A. Hamilton goes to Ruyniond for the purpose of conducting the de|xirtinental examinations there. J. Morgan, B. A., goes to Cardston for the same purpose, On their return both go to Edmonton to assist in examining the papers. It is understood that W. E H. Carter, of Toronto, paid ll),\c a pound for Peter North's wool. The same price was paid by das Ken-dry, of Peterl>oro. for the product of the Alberta Sheep Co. Messrs � "THE LADIES-GOD BLESS 'EN" } ............_______ X The lady journalists t to Round St. on Saturday morning was a v thrilling sight: tin* S. A. band was absent, however, and there is i, no other. Each female lip wore a contemptuous curl, each X $ female nasal organ had an added retrousse to what nature had g |� bountifully bestowed, each female eye had a stony glare, and 2 a each stony glare was fixed on our Hag poles. 5 ^ t^uot'h the leader to me, "What are these things hanging % X on the poles?" In a propitiatory tone I replied, "Search me, $ |� with the emphasis on-the "me." adding as an afterthought, X "imrhnpn they are meant for Hags." The echo of their hilarity x .j. must still be disturbing the ether somewhere. When quiet was + X restored she sidled up to me and cooed, "Then has Sage given jL tip selling decent looking tings of all sixes at wholesale prices?" Brother Merchants, Hotelkeepers, and Real Estate Men, I wilted right there, and promised that I would pay you an immediate visit and sell you PHLAOS. *Expect my visit. ROBERT SAGE >s~�s,*s7��~s�*�a � Double Cylinder Double Acting Hand Force Pump scribed* to the Herald, taken up ti homestead near High River. He has; at Brunt, j This Is the Season When thorough cleaning of yards should be kept up Chloride of Lime and Copperas For disinfecting purposes ut JOHNSTON'S DRCU STORE NOTICE Dominion Day-Monday. This is the last week of school. Dr. Campbell has rented the R. Kerr reaideuc. A Masonic lodge has been organized at Frank. ({. C. Ives, of Macleod. was in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Wnmiek. of 1*2-2:1. Were in town last week. Senator I )eVeber expects to be home in a week or two. The city council will have seats placed around the square. Hastings Mewburn has returned from Upper Canada college. Supreme Court sits here nest week, Judge Scott presiding A large number of Miuei 'a 1'nion officials arc in town this week. A foot flag pole has been put up on Dr. Mew-bum's property A. flower competition takes place at the Public schools tomorrow. R. Sngea's store is being bright eued with a fresh coat of paint. E. I'. Ellison, of the Raymond sugar factory, is on a trip to I'tali Mr. Trodd uud wife, of Montreal, are guests at the home of J. A. Tiirnbull. Senator Roy. of Edmonton, entertained Premier Rutherford at a dinner in Ottawa. Senator DoVeb-er was one of the guests. The football match, announced to take place last Suturday with Macleod, did not take place. Licon Burns and Ira Burns, of B'itck Spring Ridge, were regist ered at the Windsor Inst week. Tnxrusiis will be received up to Saturday, dune MO next for the frame building now occupied as a posteffice. The tenderer to move it, when vacated, beyond the lire limits. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Apply to John D. Itiginbotham Mrs. Southard ban returned from Culgary. .1. J. Funnun bus resing.il his position as stock inspector. A. EaBtou has purchased the resilience and lots of J. R.( Irayshon Miss Maude E. Addy has resigned her )>ositiou on the public school stuff. W. F. Russell ami \V. L. Hamilton. Tabor, were in the city on Tuesday. Dr. McClure will attend the Den-tal convention at Band'next mouth. He is the president. Rev. A. M. Cordon preached at Tuber on Sunday, Rev. .1. R Shearer officiating here. Rev. L.. E. Allen left for his new charge as junior pastor at Swift Current on Monday night. Tabor school district gives notice of its intention tolwrrow $2,000 to repair and improve the school. The Brewery had an order for 2.4UK) bottles * of beer from the Xorris uud Rowe circus yestenlay. Do you want to see a mugniti-cent field of winter wheat? if so take a drive out to the Fairfield farm. Percy Jameson, of the Bunk of Montreal, leaves in a few days to spend his vacation with his parents at Pcterboro, Out. * A. M. MeQneen & Co. have dispose*! of two houses and three lots on Smith st., formerly the uru-perty of George Honk. ^ Mrs. L. M. Johnstone' leaves next week on a trip to the Pacific coast. Dr. Mewburn was in Ottawa last week and was shown, around by Hector DeVeber. Thos. Welch weut to Devils Lake, North Dakota, on a business trip last week. The cricket mutch. Old Timers vs New Comers, w II take place ou Sarurday ufternoon. The Brick Co. claim to have plenty of men at work and are making brick daily now. Stereopticon service entitled "The Roll Call." Tuesday July Urd in the S. A. barracks. All are welcome. Dr.. (iulbraith hus again been elected u member of the Bouid of Directors of Alberta College, Edmonton. The enumerators began taking the census on Monday. It will take some weeks to gather all the returns. Chrislenseu and Knaufe have the contract for the stonework ou the Hudson's Bay building at Maeleod. don, (Jillam county,Oregon, was in \ Gray, Barker and Chipmunrefused the city last Thursday and sub- to sell at that price. The othcers of the A. R. & I. employees library have been elect-led as follows: T. McNabb, Pres; In the "Twenty t ears Ago ; A.Cunninghain, vice pres. H. C. column .of the \\ inni|>eg Free * Mockford, Treus., E. V. Dooley, Press the following item appears:; Sec. Committee: W.Alexander, "H. A. L. Diindas goes to Calgary j. Cunningham, J. A. Barclay, H. as lMtd agent, vice K. kirhy, re- Fairhuret. F. Locker. I. M. Pierce, moved to Lethbridge. Mr. Cameron and Miss Cameron, of New York, were in the city this week. They had been staying at the Cameron ranch. The Eagles, of which L.N. Mc Ewen is a member, attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Me Ewen in u body and Fred Rooney represented the order as u pall Itearer. A beautiful Horal tribute was contributed . In an account of the Associated Boards of Trade banquet at Ed inonton. the Journal says; "Responding to the "Learned Professions" W. C. Ives, advocate, of Lethbridge. spoke fluently and entertainingly." Mrs. Morun and family were in from the Little Bow ou Sunday. One of the children was christened at St. Patrick's church. Fred Morun, who has been attending business college at Winnipeg, met them here. Cumberland, an old time Conservative constituency in Nova Scotia, was redeemed in the Provincial t elections last week. Hon. W. T. Pipes, a former Premier, did the trick. He is a cousin of Brown Pipes, of this city, and is one of the most distinguished men in Nova Scotia. At Monday night's meeting of the school Itounl it was decided to dispense with the services of J. A. Macdonald as architect. Win. I. Squirrel was in Culgary this Oliver will make out the apecitica-week seeing his wife, who has been iu the hospital there for some Rev. J. E, Hughsou has been' given a month's holidays by the: official Ixwrd of Wesley church,; accompanied by a purse of money from some friends, He left Monday morning for Culgary where, with Mrs. Hughsou. he will visit at SpriugWnk. They will Inter visit Banff. t A golf club was organized iu the city this week with O. I'. Mae-1 | Mickiug us president and Mrs. � Buchanan as secretary. Messrs. ; Council, Woods and Biddy were named as a committee to arrange for grounds. The club commences with a membership of ulmost . twenty. Lethbridge is hustling ulongand : her tine station sets things off to perfection' Numerous tine resi-, deuces and stores are goin^ upaud the city is jumping ahead notwithstanding the strike which is creat-i iug a blacknebb that would lie well to overcome. The presence of idle1 men in any town is a drawback to, the interests of that town but Lethbridge is surmounting the obstacle in no uncertain way.-Magrath Pioneer. ^jjj Rev. J. E. Hughsou returned from the Methodist conference nt Edmonton last week. The only i change of interest here, made in I ! the last draft of stut.ous. was the Its Special Feature* Arc: The only pump manufactured 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. rhese"pumps are the most satisfactory pumps made, throwing double the amount of water with the same ease as any of the so-called double-acting force pumps. By placing the cylinder and rods on opposite sides of the pi|>e, they are perfectly balanced, thereby saving half of the i�wer' as the weight of the rods near y equals the weight of the water. With one of these pumps in your well or cistern you have u home tire 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 pumps that will throw 30 gallons of water n minute. These pumps to lie used in wells not exceeding 20 feet iu depth. Cistern pumps of all descriptions constantly curried in stock. By giving me the depth of your wells I will fit up any of the ultovc pumps, complete with pipe. rods, etc., so that any person run install them. I will positively place my guarantee back of all pumps sent out. Special prices to country merchants. C. W. GREY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 Money Makes Money by Investing weeks, health She is much lions for the Westminster school! appointment of F. E. Cory to Leth-work ami will supervise the same.1 bridge Second instead of Mr. Allen. improved iu The tenders sent in for this work will be returned. The cartage companies have all The marri ige of Miss Kathleen . amalgamated but John Brodie is Constance Foster, thin) daughter still ut business iu the old stand, 0f Rev. Canon and Mrs. Foster. Parting of all kinds, be business of Cuuticuoke to Dr. Carlyle A. as usnul. Porteuus. will take place very Master H. T. Henderson, of Cp- 'luietly at St. George's ehnrch. ,ier Canada College, Toronto, and Moutren 1. on NNednes.lay.Juy the Misses Henderson of Havergul � , �!�' h"de . 8 tt 9,9U'r to College. Winnipeg, ure home for Mrs. J. " MeMcoll. their vacation. Margaret Todd, it domestic em- Capl. Sam Davey. who was an-! pj^�� �� '' l>. Higinbotham's. uouueed to Ik. in Lethbridge in �>ulty lust week to steal- last week's paper, bus postponed ��g -oui* jewelry from Miss Lee. his visit for one week. The dates A� �,u* had committed a similar or-, o|jw,r adjacent were a total for his visit are June :t0th to July It a Jew weeks before and was lomj Mnrh ,.!tr,.fn| stlll|v iu,, been Mr. Cory is n young man and has i met with success iu his work in 1 this province. The conference,' passed a resolution eulogizing Lieutenant (iovernor and Mrs. Bulyea for not having introduced ' intoxicants at government house. It was not decided where the conference would meet next year. i In an article ou the condition of the crops iu the Culgary Herald the following appears: 'I he writer has been much interested iu endeavoring to discover why somt'ij | fields of winter wheat euuie through out it. I t's a recognized fad our climate is always changing" For Positive Proof See IG. H. Johnston's! Mrs. W. D. Hardie. wife of the inspector of mines ut Lethbridge, left Raymond on Weduesduy, where she hus been visiting the Rev. uud Mrs. McKillop. Raymond Chronicle. allowed to go with a warning, A. E. Humphries. J.P.. committed her1 for trial on the second offene. The lady journalists, who travelled ou the C- P. R. speciul car, issued u puper. culled "The Washout," which related incidents of the tour through the west. Here is one of the itnius: " Mr. Couyheurc, the brilliant young author of "Vtthufrie was loosely put iu, and u vust amount of it sown out of season, j Mr. I). H. Elton was iu Lethbridge on Sunday lust. The new depot at that place is a daisy and, we acknowledge that NVerts was' right and we were wrong which is ( to say that the station at Leth-1 bridge is a way ahead of the one at' Regiiui and that on account of its; being trimmed with Cardston stone cut ut Cardston. It is uu imposing btruclure, well planned and sub- Just Placed I In Stock 'ockburn came rrom AyBgartli.i ",B V,...... , � , * ,'urkshire. was a Imolielur and left' �ton Star. In referring to the death of I). W. Davis. ex-M. P. f.�r Alliertu. i the N'urmillioii Signal says; Mr. i..i.. r,.i. (i.^.,,,.u>J, * * i i> i  1 Davlb was i�ne of tlie 'vhiiructers"' July for thep r,ioseol establishing w| furmil|| 3l, lu an ,.,,.,,,.,, Ui, a branch of the Conservatory in lHll,lliuilltll ,?) ,,,. fuuiulinn ' thweity. He proposes to start V\Vst of that day. Like some sort of Aysgurth, who is the sole bene lieiury Toronto Telegram. J.Ceo. Harper. Musical Director of ths Conservatory of Music, at Pembroke, . Outario. one of the largest uud most progressive schools of the eust, will visit Lethbridge about the end ol ANOTHER CAR. OF: FRESH GROCERIES j Mackonoekies' Fruit Syrups. Lemon Squash and  Raspberry Vinegar. Chinese Preserved Ginger, Pea- * nut Butter, Cocoa Nibs, Christie Brown tf Co.'s  Biscuits. Tuckett's Club Special Cigar S |The Bentley Co'y! Wholesale and Retail Lethbridge, Alta.  Iw turuetl over to u committee con- classes for the study of the violin. ,irm,K,. animal, he was u source : the inenibc seilute eastern constituencies. HeK^ tt ^ries of blo�l.cunlling in-uiihi,-iiu\i;i iuu luiiiiiimcoruu- classes ioi i no qi im v ui i no iiuiiu. r riiraiiLfi' auiinui. ne wiib a source i . , �. . p , t sistingof Aid. Robinson, tleorge mandolin and kiudred instruments , (1(1fading wonjer and interest Kl�K night session the slumber*i of tt,...i. .....i i -i-........ i ;x , . . i.. i ...:n . i .....,....... ' . .. ' thu milliliters were muirlilv ilm'.uro- Houk uud C J, Eel storm audit is himself and will endeavor likely thut u bund will be started, cure the best local teachers right away. The city needs a good | uuo and voice to sssist him uuisicul organization of this kind. ' project. that early iu the morning of a drag- the members were roughly dis'urb- l-ci l" to his fellow members from tnon Indians and it it is related of hiip ^ floU8B' md tbl41, ru9b,w� 10 * 1 botly down stairs, they came upon D. W. in one of the reoreatiou rooms, executing a Blackfoot war � dance on a billard table for the delectation of Sir John Muodonsld and u party of friends. ;