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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta i V In Early Morning There's no poking, raking, rekindling and re-filling the range and then waiting for the kettle to boil with a Buck's ** Happy Thoudht" Rantfe Just turn on the drafts and in a few minutes you have a fine "toasting" fire for breakfast. Then, after breakfast, empty the ashes 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. Tha William Buck Btova Co., X.tmittd Brantrord ----FOR SALE BY---- Wtnalpic A GOOD TIME Visit of Lady Journalists. to lethbridgTand district Delighted With the Treatment Accorded Them. (Crowded out last week) liethbridge wus invaded early on i for the east and course, intermingled with a splen-' did musical programme contribut-' ed to by Mesdumes Rogers, Mar- { Mickin^, Reeve and Buniett aid Messrs. Canniugham, - Harrop, I Uings and Kilner. President Conybeare greeted the visitors in a-very happy speech to which bright replies were made by Miss Barry, Mrs. Coleman. Miss Cameron, Mrs. Smith and Mr-. Alden. Before the gathering diaptirsed refreshments were sjTvetl. The special truin with the lady journalists left Sunday morning the ladies bore Bylaw No. 216 G. LETHBRIDGE L. VROOMAN ALBERTA : How is Your ; Watch Running f Is it always fast or slow ? Never quite On time? Perhaps the watch is capable of very accurate running, but it is not in perfect order. You Snow the tiny miechanism of a watch absolutely demands that each of the dozens of little parts -springs, wheels, jewels, etc.-be just right, or good timing is out of the question I Watch airing Always has been a hobby of ours, to do the best work possible. iW. J. Armstrong! JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. ??????????????aan ? ? ? ? SADDLES Astride and Stock SINGLE - HARNESS Good stock of Farm Harness on hand; also u full line o f Trunks and V'aiises in stock. 'kootenay : marble works Shaclcleton Simpson & Co. Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Itetail  nelson,b.c.: B.C.MOORE.LocalAgt SAVE MONEY NOW - - Saturday by a party of lady journalists, tliirty-two in nnmber, and representative of both Canada and the Unitetl States. Tliey were touring the west for the Krst time and were packed full of enthusiastic praises for the country. Prior to reaching Lethbridge they had been at Winnipeg, Regina, Indian Head, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Edmonton, Buntf and from all the sentiments expressed on Saturday night the trip to this city and the south country was the most enjoyable of all. . A special train was made up here on Saturday morning for the trip to Cardston, It included the private car, Sunset, the C, P. R. sleeper, Thorncliffe, and General ; Manager Naismith's private car. The genial Robt. O'H.'igan was at the throttle in the locomotive, while the popular Chas. Buirkitt was conductor. Mr. Naismith was I along too and he did his utmost to j make the- trip pie isant and inter-1 esting. He saw that the ladies got \ a goptl idea of the greatness of the I south country. President Cony-I beare, and Messrs. Young, Buchan-jnn, Simmons and Fessenden accompanied the party as representatives of the Lethbridge Board of Trade. The train jnade its first stop at the Raymond sugar factory where a thorough inspection of that place was made, uuder the direction of E. P. Ellison. Mayor Green, Dr. Rivers and other Raymond citizens were on hand to extend a welcome. After the ladies hail seen the entire plant and tested the sugar, the train proceeded direct to Cardston, where a big demonstration was made in honor! of the ptirty. As the train pulled up the splendid band which Cardston [xtssesses, played a selection of welcome. Carriages were in waiting and the ladies were immediately driven to the town and without delay were given an exhibition of broncho busting that thrilled them. away with them the most kindly recollections of their visit to this city and district. Each car is issuing a paper telling about the trip. On the car Thorncliffe the little journal is called The Washout and its motto is "The pen is not Mightier than the Cheese." UNKNOWN FUIKNDS. Thoro �rc nio'n.v people who have used Cliainberlnln's Colic. Cholera And Diarrhoea Iteine.i.y wilh sploixt^d results, but who are unknown be-cauHe they have heslbinted about giving a testiniouii'al of tihoir experience for publ>icaibio�i. These people, however, arc none (he Ie.s.s friends of , this remcd.V. Th�>y have done inucji j towaixl making it a household word by their jwi-sonal i-econwnendations to friends and reiphbors. It is good merticine to have in t)he home, | ^ and is widel.v known for its cuivs of diarhot^a and all forms of bowel trouble. For sale 'by all tlruggi.s'ts. A By-law to provide for the hor-i-owittB of 'the sum of forty Ihous-nul dollars upon the civdit of 'tht* t'ily of lothbridgv. WKb}l(KAH the Town of IxjOWiri lao foriutrly established a Waterworks aystetii within the to\yn hnitta, and I'eiaaii'n l'iia>)>ilitics ilwivu alroatly bcou incurrc'd 'i'n connoctioti i.buivjwilli, and for I bo purpose of nvakiii^ ttnj .--iiri.-j of more g noral valuo to the oiliy.ons of Jjclhbr-iid'gp, it is iifci'ssHi'y to i.v-liiKl sn'ici sysleni. ANIJ WIllOllKAS in is estitn.i'.ed that 1.110 uinoun't iiecossuri for .noei.-ing tinbili'lies alrooidy incurred in connection with such sy.vlem, and any cotitemplaled extensions thui\;of will amount to the sum of $40,000, ami it is deetncd exixxlieiil that �'hv-saiid sum of ^dO.OOO (being thu amount of dwbt intended to bo cie-aitoil by iWis by-law) shall il>e securotl by Ifhe issue of detoen'ture.'* bprood over the iK.Tiod of forty years, ti i.r-iiig -Interest ail tiho rale of four n;id one-"half |�er cent.,' payable a'na.iuily. ANJJ WllKUEAU the amount of assessable i.iroperty in the Ci'ty, uc-'icoirtiou thei-eof .-i 630,680. AND WIIKHKAS the amount of the oxJisting 'dobcnturo idebt of the City is *lo3,120.00 of which none of the principal or interest 'isi in, �r-rear. 'rHKIlF.l-OIMi; tlw Miayor and of Wic City of liCOhbPidge i-mwl as follows:- 1. This JJy-law .qlvall t^ako cITeot on 'tha first day of .\ugust, A. ii. Notice. Notice is hereby given that the ate firm of Ott and Bullock has been this day dissolved by the retirement of Arthur H. Bullock. The busines will in future calrried on by W. A, Ott under his name and all persons indebted to the late firm are requested to pay the amounts to the undersigned. Dated Jnne 19, 190fi. W. A. OTT. C. p. R. TENDERS. I can sell you lots now in Tabor for $100, that will be selling at $200 in a month's lime. Good Farming Land for sale bIuo. We guarantee Good Quality uiid Good Work Horner & Hutchison W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Tabor. Alta. Sealeil tenders will be received by the undersigned uy to 12 o'clock noon, July 9th., for the ditching, laying and backfilling of 3^ mik s of water pipe at Bow Island. Proposals must be made out on forms supplied by the Company. The It was the first many of them had I Comvuny reserves the right to re-, seen of the cowlxjy and the broncho J�=�t �">' '^"^ all tenders, and they watcheaya6�r'"Wiun'in forty years on the idaitn n�i which ilhis iJy-law takes elTect, with inter-csit at the rate of four oiind ono-'balf ptsr cent. i>er annum, i>aya>)>lo aiv-niHi'lly, in such tU'an'ner tlmt each in-slalimnt of principal awl interest Ijgisli'ull 'lju ati nearly as ixja-irble otpwl in each ,\ea.r of 't'he |�t''rio�l during which t'he 'ilebfiilun s are to run. it. Diii'ing the foi't.y years next .succe^^vling tlie 'dait*! of tUiis By-law coining into olTect an a'nnual rate s'lall he charged ami leviid aigainst all rateoblo proiwrty within the ICity siilllciont to iircduce the amount annually r(."f|uircd for tihe purpose of payment of principal wnd 'intcpest on the a1x>ve idobentupew;, 'but if va any year ahen tiic rates am imposed the Council shall havo on hand to the cit�d(t of 'the Oi'ty and a^'ailalble for the purpose a sum of money sufficient 'to moot the payments to be rn'Ode in sudi ycwr on sa>�d de'b?thbridge on the Tlurieenih doy jof .ful.v. A. D. litOO. between the hours of Nino o'clock in 'iho forenoon and Five o'clock in the afternoon. ."�. The SecMid day of .July at tlie hour oi ICight-Thii-ty in the afternoon at t'he Council ChBiinlier in the City is hercljy fixed os the lime and |>lttce for the appointment oi persons to attend at 'tIhe polling place � and at the Tinal summing up of the vcxtes by the Secretary Trensiiror on be-lialf of the Persons ies|xotivoly interosled in promoting or opposmg Iho j>ossin'g of the By-law. �. The Sociv>tary Troasurer shaM on Sfft'.ir'da.v, tibe Fourloenbh day of July, A. 1>. 1906. at the Council I Your Response ^ To our invitations to entrust your meat needs to us indicates that you know the ditlierence between( ordinary and the kind of service we give. Freshf Fish Tuesdays and Fridays. P. Burns & Co., Ltd. | -Telephone 91- of the draying All kinds of Draying and Team work done promptly. EABL KIRKHAM PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This market Is equipped to meet the popular demand of the 'the district. FRED HOPniNS. iC PROP. S town lots Residential Lots in Blocks "C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Real tlstate and Insurance. WM. SHAW Painter. Paper Haai>er, Decorator, �geut for Enipira Wall Papers, from Be. a roll up- Post ot work gunran teed. Residence)-Firftt house east .Oourt House, on Baroness Road. - of Notice I nuimher I lly-law ! "f. I DONF AVI) i this \. n. i90fi. City sum up the of votes for or agiainst the and d�?claro the ii.siilt there- BRIGHT and SPARnLlNG Wines for the eladorate banquet or the simple family rt^past can be ordered from us with the certainty that the quality will lie high and the prices moderate . Our Foreign and Domestic Wines are gatherded from the best growers at home and abroad. m. eTroy Wtiulesale Dealer In WINE5-', LIQUORS and CIGARS p e V). Lethbridge, Alta. McAdoo & Van Horn Cartag'e Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany orders all coal Office-First door south of Sal vation Army barracks. Telephone 77 " - -an incident that touched the ladies very deeply. The train started on its journey back to Lethbridge but made a stop at Magrath, where a rousing reception was given at the depot. After the ladies had been present-I ed with silk flags and a badge, bearing the greeting: "W^e're sorry you haven't time to stay; But we're mighty glad you came this way." the gift of the Pioneer, Dave Elton's pai)er, Zebuluin W. Jacobs stepped forwanland in anelotpient-ly worded and loyally expressed address welcomed the ladies. It i was a stirring littU) sijeech and won I the praise of the visitors. Mrs. \ Coleman and Miss Cameron ac-! knowledged the welcome in exellent speeches, Miss Cameron referring I especially to tlie presence of the \ little children. i The train moved on, stopping at Raymond to allow Mayor Green, who had accomimnied the party to Cardston, to get otf, and reached Lethbridge shortly after six o'clock. The ladies proceeded to the hotels and hud dinner as the guests of the Board of Trade. At 8.aO the visitors were escorted to the Chinook club, where they jvere teiuleretl a most delightful! reception. At the club antrance the guests .were received by Mrs. Dr. DeVeber and Mrs. Cunningham. The building was nicely decorated with flags and bunting and the club was much wlmired for its beauty and arrangement. Amongst the Lethbridge ladies who were piesent to greet the visitors were Mrs. Magmth, Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. tieo. Rogers, Mrs. Oliver, Mrs. Voung, Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Nourse, Mrs. MacMieking Mrs. Sick, Miss Addie, Mrs. Miebach, Mrs. Chivers, Mrs. Neale, Mrs. Reeve, Mrs. Eckstorm, Miss Wbollatt, Mrs. Sick and others. There were a large number of gentlemen on liand too. The evening was spent in social inter- in the matter of the Companies WiiKli'ng-ui) Oifiinance, 1902, and in the mailer o! flic wiiydi'ng-up of the Lel/hhri'dije Co-Operal'ivo Associiation Ijimit*'*!. All cre.iitors of the I..eitl�l)r'iun\, lire ige (he 1.5th day of .June. lOdii. .J. Keknv, Liquidator Lethbriidgo Co-operative Association Liniilml. PAS.SKn asHc>cl 'by the Council (in the event of tiie Consent of the hurgessn's beingi obtoino;! thei-edo) after onv motitli from tHe Twenty-First day of .Tune, A.D. 1906 bei'us 'llu> da'te of the first pitblico,-tion thereof in the "LothibrWsc Herald." and that the vot'Os of th*; burgt-ssos will l>e taken upon tlve proposed H.\'-law on the T'hirteent'h day of .July, .V. U. 190fi, iK-twwn Nine, and Five p.m., at -Whe Council Chniii'l)ei' in t'ln' City of I>?thl)Pid-g<^. C. IV IIOWMAV. Sec rota ly-Troa.siirer. A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES. ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. ww  ^w www WW : ren. W. B. Hamilton, a veteran Toronto aloe manufacturer and a director ot the Bank of Commerce, is dead. Our Repair Work Gives Satisfaction Mrs. Lamarche and child were! _ drowned while fording the Be