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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Famous EASTMAN nODAIlS AND SUPPLIES J. J. JOHNSTON SOLE AGFNT A LGCALBUDGET. Walch Kcaii's arl, C. A. Magralli lins been (rn'/xtlrcl ] i.H a notary public. Mi'v. A. M. Gcr.'on proMhcd at I'incli'ui' Crcok i-ii Suiuhiy. Mis*. McCtils', of Calenr.v, is now vis:tn.v I'li.cncis in LctAlridgc. RfX Virtue ha� returned from a proloiifjul visit to Oularlo fonti. Jl-fis Nellie Kniiny is expectetl hac'i (h's (>vcn:n:i- from Ivr visit to ti'.w rest. iroi). nr. I)�Vo",l'r k'ft Otinwa la.�-it Sntiirday, anJ went dilvjct to Ed-mcntt^n. VV. If. Paii.'i.Mi, cf. Illinoi.'!, w,-,s in town Ihi.s wpok. lln is ttllni"; nt t'n.il(l.ilo. ^'lt!.>� n JliitK iliiTct fioni mnAcr t'.) wc.inir, hard n'.Kl Hoft. all colorH. No portion of our establithmeBt has, in our twenty-lwo years of business in tlie west, received more careful thought than our Dispensing Department You may be sure of accuracy, promptness, purity and fair prices with all prescription^ left at HisinbotHam's r. Colpman, W. II. Faii'fieltl rnr) O.j A Scan;linavian service will 1;*. held F. Sinclair wcVi? in Cnlg^ary la.ft; at Wwjloy Chunh on Sunday nt 2 p. Hop- Telephone 49 Niofat Bell Til-.' 2 Mjifs. 'J'hcw. Karrar, wha has born .spoiKl-in:; tho winltT in town, left for hia rancli this week. Set! ovir vnlurs and loam our pric'.'r Icforc .vou buy -yctir s'piin ; miit. '1'Ik; 2 Macs. U.iv. ^)r. f?h,'arcr, of Tabor, was in town Ihlsi wc'ct; nltonding the Sub-bath School Insiitulo. S. .T. I.,avtcn end Mrs. I/oytnn wore ntruin'Sfc 'tlio Ta':cr pccpl.j i'l town durin-; the week. .Agricultural mppMng.i will 'o hcV'l tomorrow aftcinoen and evening in t'x- town council chatn'-pr. \V, H. WaMor, who b-s Iccn visiting' hi.4 pnrrnls ntvM' K'nT.s'tin. Cnt., has returned, and is looking well. .Tf.'hii l'"i:rnian pis.T;:! throu.'Ji town f'iie otb^i' Oa.v on hi.s way from Oril-liu. Oat,, to 'hiS' h- nio I'n Oari.l.st)Oii. S(o th:> In.surnnco Ilrt, an ncci- Kilvcr cup diinatd I y H. A. Wriglit, jottC'ller, for ihj best exhibit (if Poultry at thj poultry sliow, was .vui> l>y i?a.in. �Icnrif. i'iie .VllH-rtn ITivrlty Co. sold the ) n;.".i iUKi lot on Ucl-ed a position. Mrs. (Pr.) PoVelRir will receive on tha Second Wodn�Mla.y ot eaih month 'in the future. 11 lots on RcdtKlth str.^et; host resi^lontial part/ of (own; wi.ll return good pro/it."}.-A.' M. McQueen. Call "p Westoin War."' .' m � A Transfer Co., Ltd., for goo.l hay and Northern Oats. Itf Wm. 'I'lWiiiit, A. R. & 1. .station agxiiit at Stirling, was a guctrt at lh'3 Arliiiglon on Monday. C." H. Bullie!{ ht.a ruturueil fioui EfJtovan, vherc he was summoned to attend the funeral of his mother. H. L. Landry, on Kilmonton law.y-cr, was in town last week. H is sytid he may locate here. He ussd to practice at Moosomin. - : Score anofncr for Hick & Wakdy. On Monday they received word that they had Ijern giv;cn the hanting and plumbinj^ contracts for tha new Hudson's Bay buildini;-. The new union tIei>ot i.s fasL a;)-pronching complctio-.i. It is certainly go.'nj to l:c a credit to I^t/h-bi'Idge, and will bo on'J of ths fmcKt stations west of Winniuoff. Tlio March nieotrnT of the 'Joai'hors' A.^ocialion was held nt tha Central Sc'nool on Friday lit.sit. The si.'b;ect; ol di.scussion was geography, which Was introduced by Mor2_�. Wm. Shaw, tlia pa-.ntcr and decorator i.s ready for .s;)r.ng bu.sini^s His ad. appears in another column. Read it. Mr. Shaw has a lot tiilerprising real estate nn.l in.surenc' agmt, of Taber, Was in town on Saturday. He hati a couple of big deals on iLind. Since he placed hi.�i adverti.semeiiL in liha Herald ho has had a n nn", cr of inquiries for the township of land holcessifu'l Ymh for .sole. The licon.se commis.'Jioncrs met at Macleod last week to consider applications for hotel licon.scs from C. Paurc for his Lille and Bell-evue houses, and A. G. TioUe for tljo Pacific Hotel, Coleman, an;l froai Wm. Evans for a whijltwaler's licon.sc for Colemen. All were granted. Itcv. P. G McPhail, of P n;hcr Ci>o(�k, conveiifr of. the Sunday schools ot thei Pi%s')ytory, preached! two instructive s>^rmcns at Kno'c j Church on Sunday. Mr. McI hail is; a son-in-law of His Honor .1 u.',it.ic3 ' Brittoii. Toronto, ami beifora com-j in^- west was .stationed at Picton, Prince Edwai^d cot:nty. An o'.dorly lad.y, Mrs, CoUctt, niot'h-er of'*Chas. Collett, of Tabor, was quite serioii.sly injured at Coult.s while on ths train, 'iho train slnrt-od sudJoiily ami jerked 1.4 r off her feet. Silo Was hospital, and is nicely. Thos. Collett, was up on Monday mother. Albert Ives, who ha.�! been in the ofRce of �'Ocnybeare & Ives for somo time, at cn early date will enter into the employment of C. B. Dow-nian, in the real estate t nd vnsJr-ance bu.sincss. Mr. Ives i.s a younjf man ot enterprise, and will l:c sure to l>e of considerable r.ssistanco in looking; after Mr. Bowman's grow'n v bus:n^s. An important roa.l e'-itate, tfcnl was m. sharp. Rev. M. Hill,.rn.|. of Clarcsholin, will be the proachor. (own Sat-' I' Campbell, of Sweet Gracs, Mon-I i|tan.i, was a guest at the Arlington oil Sunday. Tfc was c," his way from New "York, where he had I eeU viwiliiif his Ki'ity. Tl-os. McCartney, rancher, ha.M returned frjm a trip to Ontario. Ho bioU�ht with him three regif^tert'':! maro.s, .said to I;e the fn-.'st tAjDc'A brought into down in some time.. On Monday evca:ng the Voung Mens Club were treated to, a very enjo>able lecture by Rev. Mr. Hues-tis on the .subject, "'Tho Mighty Oolliir, or the Acquisition and usio of Monsy." .J. V. RoT:ors left on Sunday .night for Wet�skiwiii, where ho is to be a Witness 'ill a caw; of IJ'ig.itlon in coiinectioi) with tl;e Intoriiatioual Harvestin.i- Co., with tvboin Mr. RodaLT.J was at ens time employed. Dr. Bert .lackscn, who has l.ce.i ot hia home in Clint^cn, Out., recuperating after his illness, i,s exjJccted back very shortly much improved in health, and will open his dental par-for, which ban been cIos.hI during his ntaSMicu. G. L. McCrea, who has teen C. P; i!. o.qinL he'ie, is leaving town this wok. lie- v.ill visit at Oranbrook for a f'-'^v dny.s and th.;n jjroccetl to Ontario to enjoy a holiday. Mr. McCrea s removal is gen rally res''tationcd at Sydney, Cape Breton, and prior to that he was at St. George's, Bermuda. At tho meeting of tho Wes'tcrn Cun-rtda Pros.s .Vssociaticii at Winnipo..?, a motion "as pre.sen'tod by D. H. I-l-to;i and W. .J, Hunter, os'iln'; ih; Assjciation to us:; its influoncu to have the AU^erta Railvay c,nd Irri-gatiion Co. put cn a througih expre'is line with tho C. P. R., s3 that (he dual ii\tes . n.TW irevailing mn.y he eliminated. Thj fir.^t steel car whejis ever maife vest of Lake Superior wore turned "S*^^'-out a few days ago at tho Iron| works. Tho wheels were made as an experiment, but the test was so s'JC-iha't m.inu'aeturihg 'in thi.^ line i.s likely to he centinued. Stool whe-c'is have tlvo advantaa'o of hoing lighter, more dur.iblu av.d stronger then CRSt-ircn wheels. .J. Moo, of Macleod, took char^o of ..... H TV H I? j'Y TRANSFER TRACK A Couple of N2W fro^osiilors Offered. The transfer tr.vck .situation is unchanged, except tor same now propo-sitioli-*. Mayor Rogers, .Vld. Pooley and .\ld. Oliver interviewed I'. L. Nai�-mith in regard to f\-;ciirli\; s^jilts f;;r Wholesa.o houses near (he railroad, 'ih.'y reported to tlT.- council cn ?.roii-day night t'.iat witeH could bo securel on the north fiide of ih.' track, but . on the south bide i.uly the .s-pncn bj-| ;* twccn Round street c.n.l Claii street, i ' * Was .ivailablp, ami ir.c l.iis ilicre would lie o'ii.V ^0 f^et li-i",). and 1 nis-cs could he .sccuivd o;i!y fr.MU .voir to year. Objection was t-ikcii to I'-.e north sid;, as vho locailen e.f warehouse's t'hcre. would l,o iiic n.-iuint. It ivould be ueeTSs.iry to go away east to We'stmiii.s'tei' Roail inui we.-jt to 0.ilt .street. The" didermeii tur.ied (:ack to n consideration of S'lnilh street again. It was en'uiuuced' that there would I� no lU'cd now to build tho track finy further soulh than tha l.nj 1 e-ji'iid Rcdpulh stre->t, as the Enterprise Lumber Co., which has purchased the yurd.^ of t'h.' -Vd-im.s Lumber Co., state>d tlwy did n I re:,U'rc the track. it wa.s .stated the onl.v properly owner ob.iecting to tl:o revised plan was W. P. WiJ.tn.y. Aid. Poole.v-In vipw of th;; sltjs availabhr trorii I ho coinpan.v. would not this track + built fur a �-ng".v' firm'.' Aid. .'Vdanis-For four Hrms. Aid. Oliver-The .lobbin? Co. will erect fit cn-jo a builtliuj- costing $23,000 or .$3i},000, a r;no structur,,, in the heart of the town, worth more tlian nil the other buildings novi up tn that s..'ction of tho street. Them will be more firms in .the future. We have got to have a ware house district somcwhti'o. \, Aid. D00I0.V-Is this tho V--ost .sjec-tion'? - The Ma.vor-Whci'tt elsw is there? Aid. Pdolcy-There ir, . tho soulh side of Barone.*s all the way clown. Aid. Olive'r-Then you would have to do avitiy with two hoti-ls, w'nilc on this portion of .Sm.:th there is nothing to injure. , Aid. McClure was asainst locomotives. -110 preferred eloctricit.v. Aid. Oliver Ihrougiit there woiiiel l>e no danger, as the biiildiiv^s udf;c-cnt were in t'at>. (ire limits, end would bo all firo-j'i'oof, e::cept Ihj old "sliacks." .\ld. Robinson was in f.ivor of tfi! (rack, but w.Tnt(�d a KUc.rjiitoe ngain.st lo.s.s from firo or other dam-With locomotivoo, st}i:r'.i.s, hig'h win Is cn-.l rirbbish 'in th^ back yards, na felt that di^nj^er did'ovi.-Jt. '�'We wtnt to build th?. town up,'' ho said, "and wo wmt �,o.Td buildin-s nnh warahou.TOs to go up. One costing over 25,000 'is offered now. But wo want a, guarantee again.^t firo,. The town should not put itself in the way of becoming ivsponsilile. ' Mayor Rogers dcu':teA v.holihee .'v%'vvvvv';�V'yvv*';�'>'i'Wi?�?S"?�?'>�c;,t'!f,lMgE :..;..:..:..>.>.>.;..:..:..>.x�*�>�i>^4h:..,;.*' ^ TYMOLOGICAL * KNOCKEl?,^One wJio cJoosnof, and will not, shont' "Me too" to every plausible proiDOsilion, yet hori- ' cstly confesses ihat;8age's picture enlargements > niid framing beat,tho'bfind. ALrtlGHT-One who claims that every other recruit',::, in Hie squad ioout of step barrin' himself:, also j that the horde of  picture pedlava who invade ; Lelbbridgeis all out of step^with Sage's wcrk and � prices, " GIRAPFE,--One with a flexible neck who periotlically, corrals your orders for picture cnlarRementsMnnd supplies you with caricatures at 8 or 9 each.' Art v.'oik in sanie line at Sage's, !?8.y0 each, : framed. . SAGE-One who is wise enouph to know that good value and good business are synonymous terms, and acts on his knowledge by giving the beat -wcrk at lowest, prices coinpaiiblc with honest  tlcaling. . - . i -".'"ill SAGE THE BOOK STORE. ?????^^???^:�^ CM. GRMY IS MAKING PRICES eiZZLE ON ALL KINDS OF HEATCR tlieee days. He is bom id to piss litem out at once and offers bargains that should make warm buying. ., . . .  , .  ^ C. W. GRAY ^ ^ THE HARDWARE MER a ) T, 5 I All the best brands of Cigars, domestic tind imported. '  Ganong Brother's Chocolates. . i  Wallace OL Hoseltdn Aid. Robinson-Shoukl not Round The Board of Mrnagemtnt ot thj (J-nIt Hospital desire to acknowledge'"''"'t*' nr.j ngai.nst it. With thhijii-.s (ho receipt 01" the fol-' ~ lowinj Ca-'i'.i donations: Mrs. J. As'.l-' st'vet ov. n^rs be ci nsulte'd on croft, $.">; A. ]\l. Grace, tfi; 11.; count of danger from fire? O'Hagnn, J?.*!; .las. Grein.vooel, ?.'�; Win. HjK.sop; So: Thos. Rrcwn, #25; Ra.vnioiid J^o-aid a! 1'iMdo, |i'ocecwnian, pointed out culminated on Menday, when Fred, i j^,^,,,,,,.^^, m^jnager of Prince Bres. bii.s^ W. Downor's Iwjautiful residence was soW to A. .J. McLo:.n, the. well-known rancher. The house is. on-> of the finest in Leth'bridgc.. Mr. Powii-or and family will reside at the Coal-dale. In Junu Mrs. Powni enl children .will leave for Ii^uro|3o, where they wiill spend a .year. Al. Doyle, one of Cranbrooik's progressive citizens, was in town Monday, accompanied by .1. Carroll, the well-known Tutor hotol keeper. These gontlcmcn are partners in the Taber Hotel, and they have decided to enlarge the hotel by cdtling tun bedrooms, on ofllco, ind a lar^e (fn-ing rooin~and two sample rooilis, A hot-Water heating sy.stem will be i i-Mlalled.' Mr. Poylo his e-.ery , cou-ftdoncoin tho future of I'a'.er. . !. W. Evans, of Iilagrath, was in town cn Sunday on his wa.v homo from Belgium rn:l Fr. nia, whero ho huH spent -three and n half yeus as a miwionary ill fhe intoicst.s of the Church of Latter Day Saints. Ho says thot ih^ Iiolgii:n peop'o nro greatly intcrcstwfl In Canid.i, and nuiny are coming, out this ,voar.''Phe Can:tdian Ooyemment exhibit at t';o Antwerp Expoiiitlon wos, noxt to t'.io | iness ut Hal 1 leforil. treasurer of the Itoaril Mo is also of Traelo. NlN'IOrV -FA.MILIKS WILL COME. a divisional R. will meon; hat it had been sl^gie.s�led that Har-'one.ss road, aionj- Uie s juaro, le I moved south lUO feV.c^i\yt, will come up at tho nextr .,:ounc.il meetin;:. From now uafe'l March 1st will give yc� .-.'ck? o choice of any Sijit in the wir-ccw frcni ^Sc-.CC - ^ * to $2S.0O. These prices can't fast,  Suits now while (hey are ch3?;i MAY MOVE TO .JUVCTION. Tho establishment of point hero by Ihe O. P. nn addition to the town's population of at leas't ninety families. 'i'hc! Ilcrulil learns th;it it is a pcs-t'iliility that the crows on the Crow now iivin, at iAIediciuj Hat will moVe' , . . , . hero. W. U. McLean, C. P. � agent, v'^r,-"* ..ns.denng u.ld.ng a ware-and W. T. Mursliall. of MoiTiclne '""t"/' h�^'--tion in case they , . , c . . i*^an" I  .said, to look iij) bousos for �aIo, u-ell a.suv�ilablo building lots for nne... about thirty t!. P. . c�>Ployc�>s who; i.^ ^j,^. ,,,^ will move hero with tlioir fainiUo�| i',,ey. ^an .'o.curo the transfer about .lime Isl, wh/.n the divisional: ^.rack, they will le coinpolUd lo quarters wlill be moved hci\>. Fan.ijl- n frame ijuild ii y, .os-tln, a f..� ics will come hero from Macleod, | thou-snnd dollars at the Juictili, Cranbrooli and Calgai'.v, same sixty whore the raili-oad will proviile then in iium'oer, makln j altogether,ninety �vith facilitioa. The inVis'.nifnt new families for the town. The Cnl- would be awuy Ih n tho, pro gur.y trains will run licrc ttbo�*t June posiod oxpcnUiturj in town,; .ftut it 1st too, anil tho crews tn all tho, would servo the purpose jusit ttB'W'oll,' trains running on the north lino as,Tho only extra expense weuld 1*0 t'.io fur as Calgary, uiider.stuod. will live hero, it is It will not cost you a cent to try maintenance of a night watchiiuvn and on opera;tor and cxpre.ss clerk, as tho railroad is not proparod to pay tho Kijlury of a ni.. n. Even this, the Jobb;'nii people nay', would n,,' of tho , . f Chamberlain's Stomach anl Llvor comoWitbin a ytenj's thiov Fi-cmch exHibit.fsj^iiO; niost populorvof ^^^.y arc excellent for cost of Jnn'intaining. a busiite.ss o;i dW mtich t.0 ad-;xtomach trouble's and constipatUn, the larMi mid olnbei'ato scale they , iGet a free sample i\t all dr'uge'ists. ipropos�l in town. all at tic (uii v�4>tiso Canada. ^ LETHBRIDGE BREWING &. MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF > ' Fine Lager/Beer, Ale and^Pofterl THE B3JST JN THE WFST aIi orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attaiiHou'^ m ;