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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ihrtl nt now Famous EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES J. J.JOHNSTON SOJ/EAC1FNT A LOCAL BUDGET. Unlrh Kron'.M nil. C. A. Magrnlli bus iM-i-ii gn/\ V.rlue ha* r-turiK wen-er. hard u>d t.ofl. nil colorn. 'I'll  2 M(i Tins. Fnrrnr. whi Ins lux n spetil-in: the winter in town, left for Hi ranch this week. See our vnh-rs and lea in our prir K nist "Mi r i!ay on Ins way from Oril- lill. il\ i r i �|> id not �l I y It A Mr uhl, jeuollor. for lh- l-�.�al oxh'hit  i poii'.trv at lh.� poultry th iw, was �, , n i... :Jai:i .1 oiii ii. i :>e Allnrm lte.ll.v I'o. sold the I eii'i lot i n Itidputh s-tr.-t at |ii'i s nl uri-.ipieil h, Misi K.,ndeis>. to 11., No portion of our establishment tins, in our twenty-two years of business in the west, received more careful thought than our Dispensing Department You muy be sure of accuracy, promptness, purity and fair prices with nil proscriptions, left at Higinbotbam's F. Colpmnn, W. 11. F. Sinclair ivory, wnok. Fairfield end (J. j In Cnlgnry UsV Tolephone 49 Nloht Bell il'. � ill iP Hi-i.s ii.wown r u in lion i.i in in Ji/ii in ns nun' l'u;lish Mil I ... I I'lie.,' ale pcl.lltg up a hoil'o .nil a lie i n til  |�r.�|� i'i N . Mi-s riaiTy , iorniorly of the lainl 111111� In re. has ret iirneil to town t iilw a J nation wit'i t'le Ni.rtliwi'Kt ,l.i 'i n , Tnht'r, A|ta .1 I. tir.iy Mi'd it.t'00 >h'o p hii .1 ili i lainlis to ('. S. Ciwl tl �...\ lh.' Al ortn Itealiy Co i nliiiiil lh.. Kile. It is n.iid th pi i'. r.:,iluil in Hsii n Icihk i'.irni-il mi there nailer the nUxph'ok in ihe Mi tlioilisl C'hunh. Try Oallnghor'H sinokin? tolwcoo. nl Walliw'c & ItitscUon's. tfl� Cteo. A. SlnU'r's liootn e.nd thoc'H, all kiiuls, iii.'Wcst s'.iul'es. Tho 2 Mar hi. Sluiilo'i JloM'is, of MKf.'vin.' Ilnl, spitit u few ( Smith Hros. tti Wlteon, leaves in u few do>'h f r Chicago cu a litiMiW'HS trip. If you get in itlo enp of our tnll0r-ntn'de cuili, you will If t.� close to Clollips-Pcrfoi'tiori" us you'll ;n Frnn'si(Un"e. a ivi' hoiiiethiiiK from th.' wreck, for \oii I'l.ntiiiiie without publicity. IiiipIii-K' will h and Ijihor Council hoi I meetiiiK jo'n ll.'l- inus-taiid. who Martcil farm n ; trv.'ro. Mr mid Mrs. Campliell will lie much mil's il l>,\ their many frit n Is nirl neiul 'iocs in this district. A liusincKs site mi Hound s'tro't at i ss limn surroi ndln>{ pro|K-rty. So:' M. McQueen. , liost, u Kohl watch ami pendant, between Mrs. Tho*. Hornior's residence uii'.l oast of the Church of Kiir-land. Iiiitinls C. 10. II. Howard offered. Apply at Mrs. Hern'lor's. n;aiir/iit ion, I: ;s ol�Hl.i III"*' follow int.'. otlie. r.y Mrs. Mit'uig un �'�� '�� proochor. kln�, of Miijjr/ttli. weiv; in town SnL-' 11 Cnmpboll, of Swoct. OrafH, Mon-iird(\yKiMo,v:, 0(1 a_^Silll!l:______^_!marcM, said to l.o ihe rti'.'iit (Aock Ml'H. (Or.) l1eVe!ier will receive on hrouyht Into town in suliie timo. th- Kornntl Wodnomluy of o.v It in nil h ; o, Monday eveii-iig tho Young' in thp fnltiro. i Mon'H Club wer0 treated to a Very II lots on lUdpnlh Klret; b.'st �'ii.io>iil.le loot tiro by Hev. Mr. Huc�-resldenllal part of lown; will ri'iurn 1 'on the subject, ''Tho Mikity M. McQueen. Dollar, or the Acqulsl!ii.n and live of Mi.ll'.V." .). f, Hojers left on Sunday night for Wotrts'.iiwin, w'neri! ho is to l.'o a Witness in u cave of litiffj'loti In coiuu'ot ion with tl'.o lntorimtl'inal Harvesting Co., wilii whum '1r. |{o,.. Hert .l,,okM:.n, who luw l.w.i nt F-Hluvmi. vhfi'i! he was summoned hiH (,,,,, i, dintin, On!., rowporat-to o'ttciwl the funor.il of hi.-* mother, j jmf ,,,,,,. ]lis jibu-sh, Is exported back II. L. Landry, on Kdiuonton l.iwy-! vi-ry shortly much iinprovwl lit In town last week. It is- health, and will opi n his diiitnl Par- good profits.-A. Call up We.stoin Transfer Co., l h"S 'WU C'*' On Monday thoy rocelvvd wortl ,h�..'�- ls h"l,vln* )�T lh'S thoy had born Kivon the Wins un. ^�� \M] "l 'iiii nt. It would bo notttw.iry to l.o awuy i oust to Westminster Itord uinl we.,.t to O.ill .slrtct. The dldonnoM lur.nil luck to a t'olisiilcriltion of SMiilh street aKiiin. It wus iitrtoiilictrtl' I'mt theie would be no n.'.d iniw to build the tr.ie.k i.ny furih.'i* Hjtith than the I iv I e->oild Jttfdpalh Ktro.-I, i;s ll;e F.nt.'r-pri�p Lunihor Co., which has pur-cluiscd the yurdi of t'h.. Ad mis Lumber Co., stnto'l tlu-y did n t ro^inrc the truck. It wrm st itod the out,. pro/)t'l'ly own. r olijictin;; to t'-.e re-vls6 bund. ALRIGHT-One who cliiiina that every other recruit, in (he squad io out of stop barrin' himself: nlso ihnt tbo horde of picture podlnrs who invntlo Lethbridge is all out of step'/vith Soge's wcrk and. prices.  GIB AFFE-One with n flexible neck who periodically corrals your orders for picture enlargements rind supplies you with caricatures at S51 or $9 each. Art work in same line at Sage's, i?3.'.)0 each, framed. SAGE-One who is wise enough to know that goal vnhty ntul Rood business are synonymous terms, and ttcts on his knowledge by giving tbo best work at lowest prices compatible with honest dt-nling, ROBERT SAGE . THE BOOK STORE. YY *Y'y  Y V YY YY : }> W YY ! y Y  .*, v.; ?:�:�:�:�:�:�:�:�:�.H..:..:..x..;..>.:..>.:..;. ;..;..;..;:�;�;..;..;�;..... 13 f-:t .�. would ; s>;ng"... i to 1p n credit to hir.dgt>, antl will ho on" of th' stations west of Winnijicg. The March meet inr of the liuoli '�' Association wus holtl nl lh.- Central Siliool on Friday luM. The Hi.b.'i".-! of dl.scuKHion was gio,r,ii>liy. which was Introduced ly .1. Morsr u. Win. Shuw, th,- puint'i' iii.il decorator Is ready for K>r'n.^ Ini.sji.^s His a go in- eiijoyid. Hefore roinjig west ho was to the pa hit !n ; antl (1'corut in ; lius't- j Htationctl ut Sydney, Care Urotoii, ii'.'Wi In town. Ho undi iv*;�inds the and prior to that he was ot St. work Thoroughly, and in prepared to ' (Icorgo's. Hormiidii. do a good jo'> M" nil. epi>e.ii'.-i in1 j\t t| another ooliiinti. ,l(ln Press W. S. S. (J.llis, the .wcll-lnown molioii rancher, while in town the otlu-r'tti.i and W not llliH track +e iniili firm? Aid. Adams-For tour I'.rnin. Ald. Oliver-The .lobliiu.; Co. will erect ut o.n e a building rr�ting $25,000 or S.'IO.ODU, , (.lie Kt iMclur,,. ill the heart of the town, wort'.! inoro th.in nil tho other now up in ihe.l section of Cio siivot. Theiv will he more firiiis in the fm-uiX'. We have (,'>' to have a wvre house district soinowhi re. Aid. Koole.v-Is th'.s th.- lost sv;--llon? The Mayoi-Wheiv els' is thne? �Aid. l)iiolo.V--Thore i-: the south side of lluioiiesu nil the w0.v dow Aid. Oliver-'1 lion joii w,,uld \:w tt� do ui'uy wicli two hoi -Is. w'r.il C. W.GRMY ive fSA 'tlu.v. told lh." Herald that the pi".s-out winlor mns-! suited t'h.' cattle. |Thoy hud keen able to (..raze all j winter, nod were in iium'tiifii-t nl met at J Macleod lost week to consider uppli-! rations for hotel licenses from C. Fauro for his Lille and Ilellevu.' houses, and A. (!. Tivlle for llie Fuel fit* Hotel. Coleman, uud fro.n Win. Fvulis for a w'i dnsaler's Ii ens.- f >r Colomr.ii. All wore ur.mied. Hev. IL ft MiThuil. m' I' u her Civok, cnnvoai r of the Sund.iy svhools of tho I'r. s'i_\ ter\'. proe.chod two instructive sormi ns at bno'i Church on Sunday. Mr. Mcl hail is a Hoii-in-liiw of His IbiiKir .luviio.> Itritton. Toronto, and l�:'.'or.. c,,m-in.; west �ns Mnliou. d at I'icton. on this portion of Km th there is meeting of the WiSU-rn Cell- nothing to injure. Associat ion a' Winnipeg, n , Aid. McClure wan uiainst locum.t-wr.H presented by D. H. 1 I- Ives. II" preferr. d elect ric.ty. Hunter, ns'i n;? th- Aid. Oliver thrnivhl th r,. w,,ul.l its influence to l>o no tlu'igor. as the i nidni s r.d; vt'M of Lake Superior were turned "I?1"' nut a few days agj at th th.n was in l;i\ni' of 1.1 Irnck. but wautotl a gu..r.int, � against lns> from liie or t.t'er Jam With locomoi i\e..�ii�n is oiler, d niw. Hit' v.'e wnlit n gunraiitie uuainst lire. put it^.'li in r. s-ioiisilil-. GALLAHER'S SMOKING. - TOBACCOS! .1. Moe. of Mac'is.d, took char^ti of Mayor ltogeis ili u te 1 v.h.t'iei lh - C IV It. ago icy here t ll Tiles- thyy wore prepared to pu.^; a res.iln-da.v. Mr. Powler stioitvthi h'ni ut tltin without furth.'i* iufotiuat i..:i i n , Macleod SpeiikiiiL' of Mr. Moo's tl.'- some points If 11-. was r.u '.ii-!tii-from Miiile ill. Ihe Attv.inoj yito, Ute.\ iiiiifM have Smli.'-i -ir.'-s men rogrt 1 his \,.i'Y much. Mr. Moo's sic-ivpol-lod to be a very 5 Most complete assortment of I PIPES AND SMOKERS' SUhLV; All the bost brands of Cigars, domestic nnd import! d. Ganong Brol Iter's Chocolati's. V flllo tlis.1 for "it. Aid. Hardin'-So K Hi m it only goes so fr.r and stops this side of Dunerin. Fiirfht r down. th> n-si- fellow. i.n I hiv nr m .1 him. we i-ro inclined to I hat t p'tiion." The Hoard of M; iiageiiu lit of th tStill Hispilal dts.ro to ueknowledgo ,,�"1,s �K"i"'! it was ���l�Uvl In iv.'H ,|,. ,,vei| t of the fol- An o'dorly ln�ly. Min. Collott, moth- lowin; c. si donations: Mrs. .1. As'i-or of-'Ohns. Collitt. of I'ai.i.r. was ir.ut. A. M. Or.uv, ?.*�; It. ipiite seriously injuied at ('nulls O'llatrnn, .Ins (!ivi n voo.l. fr>; while on l\:-> train. The train start- Win. Hjssoji Ml siitl'.loiily tir.'l jock, d 1.. r rlT hei foot. She w�� I.ikm in th- (iali | Wallace rL Hoselton | Aid. M( IVOt count. A hi. Ilobiusoii-Should not Hon in urn"* be c nsiiil.'d en ur l diingvr from rue.* Hard; n Ot In r* t >o. You Out., was in lown on Monday- Ho hospital, nnd is roporuil to be doing Tims, llrown. 823: Hiiynioiid Poaid of Tr ide. \ roceitls of lull. SSI; .Stirling War I. prootvds' probably of bull. Sth�; Mi'- I Jl" ;ol. lf."�. might take a plobisite. Al il'.is | out the Ma>or made the ninvt imp i tunt su^'-Also gi'h'Hon that has \e; I .-en li'ar.l in loft ihe stiiiiti night lor tho norlili. Ho may locate ut Huttliford. HH s-.ys All ortti Is gootl oitough for him. Coo. CampVoll. of the Herald staff, mot with u painful accident tho other dn.v. which prevents him performing his ordinury duties. While working about one of thu presses his wrist was eruRhod. No tones were broken, hut the Acr!dmt is nrno the lo>'n severe. Collet t, of r.uymond, Monday to no I,' s BRIGHT BOY :tn High Fiimuoier-"My son, I am �jained to hear that you nl tho f *jt of tho class. Son -"Why pa, 1 judged by your testimony that it was prop.-r not to know anything at all." I Different training here. The { Bright Boys know j G.H.Johnston j  Sells Good Tweed Suits at f Reasonable Prices $2.75 to $5.50 i nicely. Thus, was up on mother. Albert Ives, who has boon in the oflU-o of '('cnyboare & Ives for some time, nt rn early date will ontor into tho employment of C. II. Ilow-man, in the real estate i nd -ns ir-anco bUKiiKss. Mr. Ives is a ,vuini{ man of enterprlKO, mil will 1 e s'tre to lie of considerable i-ssistaiu-o in looking after Mr. Howiuan's j,row n; busings. An Importi.nt real estate ileal was culminated on Mi ivduy, when Fred IV. Downer's beautiful iisidt ne'e was sold to A. .1. Me! I'll. He in nlso treasurer of Hie Hoard oi Trade. visun - I'-vmiliks nn^L comf.. the coatroVii.-y. Il �a* 'o utll t2."i feet nf t;-e sijliire (aciny ll..r,,n-tiess road and a Ntnp of 1 h  s.me Width ill the Wist s.ile III'. I.ne'l COIlIll he lO-etl iii' uholi.M'e -i' s. I'i.. proi'iHtb: of Ihe sale nl lis prop r!y to he tlevoletl to on r \ i\ti the svpinrp, b.\ ei-iH-tiiin foiintainv r.n 1 planting flouii- irardeiis ihroii, h it. City Cleilv Ituwiiiau po nt .1 out that it had been so� ic.s'eW that H.ir-oness road. ui"U{ l'"' s ,u.ire. le moved south lull fi^'t It would 1'ieii have (he s.iiai'i- mi niie side, and a lllll-foot stl'.p nil III* nihil' side le twttii it r.ntl lho i.iiliiiy .i.il'ds, which could I e sold fur W'ui-eho :e sites. Action was not t.ikiii. i.nl th,' .plesiion, whiih is c rlainly lh.. pr ii ipal iniiiiii'ipnl topic l;t jir.s.'tit. will come up at the next  oiin.-il nu\ I'll:. OA 0  o o o o o o  o o o o o o � o o o o o o 9 o o  9 e*909C9999�9C�090909999999909�e00. UttQf) & Dion's | Big Cash Sals of : Tailor Mads O *bcs From now until March 1st v/s will give ycv.. y: choice of any Stvit in the wir.dew frcm $2&Xc to $25.00. These prices can't last, r Suits now while they ere th?r� 6 �  ii o e King Lumber Mills : LIMITED 23-3- The establishment of a divisional I'oini her.. i..\ the C. IV It. will mean an addiiiuii to the town's popula-l ion oi at least n.uely fainiliis. ) 'Hie Ibi'iilil leiirn-i ill it it is a Pis- ilnlity thai the cre�s on the Crow ium b\in, at Midii'iii- ll.it will liiovt) h, iv. � It .McLean, C IV 1(. otont, and W. '(' .Maiaiiill, ut Medicine Hat. were in tovii mi Sutiirtluy, tile piirpoK. of their visit he ill.?, it is s.iid. to look up houses for sale, us e,r ...... . well as iivuilulilu building lots for *'J'''U,H* wun hmse mi Sin.th ui.-oitt thirty C. IV It. employees who lu^,,w'V .'V "n ' '"' l.hu 11 u'sl - ... cailtile build u ,s in the w.-st MAY MOYK TO .UNCTION The llm-ald un leislands th.it th  Northwest .liih..in.rn\ ide tin-in num.at. mak n : altogether ninety with facilities. The !n,,s ir.eiit i new families for I "he town. The C'nl-, would to n�a.i 1< ss Hi n the j in , gury trains will run hero about Juno posied expciilittr - u town, fjiil it, 1st too, and the crews ill all the would �; rv� th - purpose jum uij-iveii. trains ruiiiiiug on the north line us The only e.\tra exiuiise wi uld lie t'.e' will live huro, it is j inuiMti'uuneo of a niiiht. '.vutc-iuan uml an operator ond cxpn.ss cleik, us tho railioad is not prepared In : pay thu salary of n m n. t'.i'iu ili s. It will not co;it you a cent to try ihe Jobb'lli {K'oplo soy, would n,,i Chambei'li'bi's Ktomaih an 1 Liver como within a tvl< tu's tluov of the J'itbh'iK. iin.l tboy are excellent for eost of inn'intuininK' u business o:i laivi utiil elaborate scale they posed in town. LETHBRIDGE BREWING <^ cccco far as Cnlgary. understnod. all at the fair, \nd d'id much ho ad- Ktomai-h troubles nnd co:i�tipatkn. tho ver-tlso Camilla. � , . �< I n five sample �t all druggists. proji MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Porter THK IN TIllv WEST All orders sent to tho Brewery will receive prompt attention ;