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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Famous EASTMAN nODAttS . AND - J. J.JOHNSTON SOLE AGENT A LOCAL BUDGET. : Watch Kean'� ad. A. H. Kniffht, Cowley, Alts., is In town. Tuat rccoivfid at the 2 Macs, a vhipment of Spring Shirts. Mrs. Duncan Smith has gooo to Hanley, Sask., on a vi^i. Al. Morris expects to tie able to leave the hospital tMs week. The Herald undcrstanils that iite last pay ot the miners will be on the 17th. Mr. Kinraid, the well-known hotel-man, from Coutts, was in town tbis week. J. F. McLaughlin, the Maclcod contractor, wont to Winnipeg Tuesday night. � Chief Justice Sifto� helvl court ! Cardaton this wc at Haj'mond is almost rcody for oc-'cupancy. ;^ Alfred Hulk, Little Bow; A. T. Kincaid. and A. H. Phillips, Sweet Grass, were visitors in town during the week. . " Fritz Sick wa� in Biairnibro last week. He shipt)ceor thero^ and says it got there, this time, without delay. Dan Mnriarity. o* tha Little Bow. is in town. Ho is taking out a load of wire, and will do considerable fencing in the spring. It is rep6rted;~tl�at severiftl 'of the female members Jpf the Uncle Tom's Good Red Blood May be obtainedjandj^tlie laiif^aor of Spring over-coiae by using'a bottle o� Our Own With tlio double lodidea of 'Iron and Potassium 100 DO SB S $1.00 relephone 49 Niaht Bel Cabin Co., left t4M company herd and wont south to tlie States. Mr. aivd Mrs. A. M. Nanton, 'have arrived in London, ISng., on their way back to Winnipcfc. They are expected home about April 1. L. H. HonI}', of Pendleton, Oregon, is locating about eighteen nviles north of town. Mr. Nate, o* North l>akota, is also locating in that vicinity. Mrs. Hutchinson entertained at a pleasant card party on Friday evening. Mrs. White and Mrs. Hick won the prizes, and S. Dunoon hod to be contented with the booby. L. E. Townscnd, Davidson, Sosk., bought two cortoods of horses in the Oardston district, but was only able to ship one load, tbe other being placed in quarantine ot the stock yards hero. The board of management of the Gait Hospital desire to acknowledge with thanks the sum of t80.25, being tbe proceeds of a boll given in aid of the Oait Hospitol by the Mo-grath Want. W. E. Truesdale, who recently cantc bcre to take the district monaoe-TOcnt of the Confederation Life In-fiuranee Co., has been promoted to the position of district manager ot Melson. B. C. The Lethbrfdge HeroM is installing a new press, type-aetting machines, ond engine. This paper, tbough cilly a short time running, is one of the most up-to-date in the west. Simpson and Buchanan ore the publishers.-Okotoks Roview. The many friends of D. C; Murray will iMS glad to Icam tbat the operation performed upon him at the Gait Hospital was quite successful, ond he expects to bo around In -short time. A shipment of .Spring Hats, prices rom ?1.50 up. at The 2 Macs. L. and .T. McLcay arc having their iviilinery opening today and tomorrow. Kuv. Mr. nillcrnd conducticd a Scandinaviuti service at Wesley Church on .Suntlcj'. Trying to do bettor elsewhere than here is like trying to find the north poie-The 2 Macs. The Herald job department turns jut the laiLost stylo calling cards. No need for the la�l'ics to order their '.-ards out ot town. That tbe Herald is a popular pap-jr was eviiicncod laat wijcic when no .ess than sixty copies were sold by newsljoys on the street. Miss Kelly, who recently resigned her position with the .lobbing Co., iios itiken u positibti with L. M. llob-irts real estate oillce, High llivoi-. Hcv! .T. E. Hughsbn pr^juohod mi.s-�yionary anniversary Morinous frtr t/ho Vletlicine flat MelljodisLs on Sunday last. The City ocrs into the brothei-hood of St. Andrew. Organisation will be perfoctvd in a wed from Lethbridgo taat year than any other point in Alberta. ;� S, E. Sapi>enneld. of Heather Brae, was u guo.ft at the Arlington this week. O. D. Austin filled the pulpit of Wesley. Church verj^ acccptaW.V on Suhda.v. Mr. Ford, of the Western Slation-er.y Co., expects his wife and foimiljr here from Winnipeg in a few days. Dr. Blow, the skilful eye, car and, nose specialist, will Ix' at the I�th-brldge Hotel next Wcilncsdny. � Phinoas Cba.se, of North Dakota, is putting up buildings on the irrigated farm he rceuii'tly iinrchase'd 'at Coal-dale. The Methodist people ot Leavings aroMikely to ask that Rev. C: H. Mc^' I.jauchlin, tho ev^ingoHwt/. be stationed theix! by th�- Meihotative ot tins Calgary Herald,' was in town this week boostiii'c tlM� popular (!algary daily. Afr. ByeVs* usctl to publish a. newspaper at We-' taskivvin. A. Macdoiiakl. 5Vinn'!|X'g. head of the A. Macforo. be left town be is-.sueopi(lar visitor in town last year, and ilier many friends , hero will ext�.>nw, wnKt of Medioine Hilt, where thejf have boon engaged for t tie last five weeks in erecting a ve.Ty commodious itisidonce for Mr. Breni-in on the Bred in and Hendorso.tt ranch. iWo undor.Htand that Mr. Hre-' din may Moon enter tiio ranks of the benedicts. Bert FarroM had to pay 9li ahd costs into the town tixMsury bccOutia he crowlcd a'disturbance. Dr.. Zjamotit and Messrs. Weeks and Hunter, of Condo, North Dakota, ore in town with the purpose in view of buying a tract of irrigation lai^. W. H. Fttirflold left on Sunday morningr for Dakota to bring up a party of settlers who will locate at Coatdalc. One of the present newds of Rocky Coulee is iietter mail facilities.' A postoHfco should be at once established Kiere. 'Messrs. I'albot and Du Veber are well known here, ami �"ill make an acceptable acquisition to tlM3 Senate. -Macleod Advance. , R:ocky Coulee has sulTcred the loss of one of its oldest and most n:-spcctcd residents, in tho death of William Luchia, which occurred a few doys ego, A. M. Heppler, of Raymond, was in town this week. He has token the' �moral agency for the Orcot ifo for this district. West It, The price of cool is going up. It is now selling at $4, ond may rcoch a higher figure. Two tons were sold Ijy one lirm today for ||5 a ton. Jos. Marion, the Littie Dow ronoh-er, caino up from the south on Tuesday with a carload of borscs. Mr. Herman is bringing up two loadti. For Sale-An up-Co-dato barber, shop for sale cheap, on easy terma. Address A. D. Lisonbcc, Ta'bcr, Alto. An old pile ot slack near the electric, light works is to tie used for fuel at tho works, so the Herold understands. A track is being built to convey it to the power house. Rev. Mr. Scutt has visited the aet-tlcmeht north of hero, and reports that a largo nuntbor of families will locate in that district this spring. Ho has lield; services ut various points. / The report that the Hudson's Bay building here is to cost only $20,. 000 is incorrect. When tbc interior fittings, electric light Tixtiircs and silent jmlosmcn are installed, the cost will reach over 11.30,000. At Rocky Coulee, extensive preparations are being made for the seeding of a large;area this spring. AH the available loml is taken up, ond the good crops of last year encourage the farmers to incneose their ocre-agc, and to exi>ccl a iKiuutiful bar-vest. . I'ho Gait Ho.spital neport.for February is as follows: Number of pat-iwts on VeU. 1, -28; niimhor of patients remaining in hospital, Fob. 28, '2t>; number admitted during the inoniii, lU; .number od jYohts.-A. 'M. McQueen. Mr. R. B Wilson, a rancher in the BaMvweU district, while operating a new crusher he had just bought, was so Mnforttiuaie last Friday as to have throe ttiigors of the Pigwt hand badly ^wt^orod. The tendons of the It will not cost you a cent to try Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor Tablets, and tliey arc excellent (ov stomach troubles and con.stipation. Get a free sriniplo ut all drugg'ist.s. Mr. Barker and sons, who are fai-m-ing at .Tufnljo Valley, have come to the west from Ouolpli, Ont., wlioro Mr. Barker was long coniioctrd with the Dell Organ and Pioii'o Aianiii'ac-tory. They expros.s tbeniselvos' as delighted with Alberta, nnd fill! ot faith,,in its posfiibilities. Siicli settlers as these arc tlin class that thi' province should ntti-n: H >: tt tt ,\,.:. 'H ^^^^^^^ IQs^OCKEl? -Onowliodot-anot, ntid will nbt, 'slioilt Mo too'" to cvt'i-y plansiblo proposition',.JreV hbn-ostly confessos that SaRfi's picture \.>^j^'i%[ find frnmiiiK litJfit tlu! band. � ' -i?' ling ALRIGHT-Onii wlio claims tlijit every other' recriiit_ in llic sfnuid la out o�-step barrin' himself: utao''^'; tliat the hoido of picture pedlars who invade Letlil)ri(lf4e is all ont of step'_with Sage's-work and;;: prico.s. - '. � GIRAFF]']^Ono with a flpxiblu neck who periodically-, corrals your onleis Jor picture eidargements anu?r: supplies you witii cnricutures at .?8 or $9 eafeh. Art work in same lino at Sago's, :j.*JO each, framed. SAGE-Ono who is wise eiioujih to know that good valuii and [rood bnsiUess tire synonymous terms, unil aet.s on his Iciiowledge by givinR ^ the l)estv -woik at lowest prices compatible with honest dealing. ROBERT SAGE THE BOOK STORE. A man nnm�l Framis V. I'owell, who Ims been around town since December, appears before Chief .lustlco Sifton toda.v on the charge of I'or-gery. lie plcade�l guifty at. the pie-liminary trial on Montlay, clniiTiinj? he had no kn�wle�wgwwww�w^^.^-� __ Later he was arrested. His friends claim Powell had no intention of committing any wrong whutc\er. FIPTV CENT.S ON THE DOLLAR. Montreal, March 12.-Oharks 1011-' ridget, one of the committee njipoint-ed by local shareholders of tha lalo York County � Loan and Savings Company, 1ms just rctunved from Toronto; He thinks theivs is hot the slightest doufit that when the claims are paid shurehoklcrs will reooivnno less than \Zy or .'iO cents on the dollar. THE NEW NITRSES IiOMK H. -.T.'..9k(rfth.. of" tlw- Canada. Llto. *V jiim wore ;pull�l out ��,�r�8vf "^'{S'o The injured man was brougrt g�to the hospital, where ""^^f iMieivinK every attention, ^ajt oj Calgary, is. in town this week and was w�nnl^' greetcf the mon-tii. ".An tiie Herald Is a wise man. since each.' issue is read by people all over this- j] distinct. That is a lot of people to- ' have a businoss talk with each week, anvi yet thews are a number of busi- | new men who are ovorlookirig this i A. business site on Round street at than surrounding property. Seo \ 31. McQueen. JBfodiciiic Hat is just now building ui> iits hopes upcnN.tho incoming of thtf Mill railway sysffem to the town. Tho iQtttzcns seem ccmfidont that the line ^va'ii bo biiilt. and real eatote valiajs .are advancing. ^ A large tract of la.nady or occupancy. Tho building is a dis- C. W.GRHY TS MAKING PRICES SIZZLE ON ALLKHs'DSOF town. .'Vs tion for occuponcy tinct addition ' ii> the most people know, it is siLuottv iin-mudiatc.ly south of the Hospital, it is of brick, with temeu't block foundation, cement archos over tliu doors and winddws. A commodious verandah nine feet wiile b.v .S3 foet long, adorns the front of; tl*e home. The building proper is 38 feet long iiy .TO feet wide. ^ On the ground floor tlicro i.� a large entrance hall. Turning to tiio rignt tho visitor will find a very cosy rcc-cption room. On the other side of tbe hall is a sitting room, in which will be fouiKl a cha|>el fiiv-placc. To the roar at tho sitting room is the matron's room, this, with'a rooxa acro.ss tho hall, i>oing the only rooms on die ground floor. At the end of the eiitraiiou hall is a pantry. There is a siiile entrance from the hospital grounds to the ground floor, with a stairway to tJia basement, whciv is to bo found trunk room, coal room and funiace room, llpstii's live bedrooms and a good-sisced bath room and large ball. .\ll tho bedrooms have clothes closets. The building is heated throughout by hot water, the system having beoii installed by C. W. Gray. J. A. Mac-donaid was the architect, and he is being complimented on the fine' ap-Dc*arance of the homo. Smith Bros. & Wilson were the contractors, and J. Morgan handled the sub-oontract for pointing. Hick & Wakoly that for plumbing. It is estimated that the cost of the homc is over \>3,000. these days. Ho is bound to pass them out ut once and offers bargains that shoidd make W'arm buying. .  . .  . . ' , ^ C. W. GRAY a� THE HARDWARE MERCFLAJ^Vr TELEPHONE ee GALLAHER'S |SMrKING - TOBACCOSI Most complete assortment of ;^PIPES AND SMOKERS' SUNDRIESf All the best brands of Cigars, domestic iind imported. Ganong Brother's Chocolates. .TRADES COUNCIL IfEETING. A regular meeting of the Traido.9 and Labor Council was held on Saturday eveninyr, and the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, from North Bakota, ;a�d will reside on a homestead which they have taken, twenty miles north of tHb town. Mr. Singer is bringiiit* in . several car-- amont[ which is on Ij London, Ont., an� T^" l! Messrs. Clark and W*W�wn8. two or sell. Scittlcrs are to this dist oni to pour in-J. Cook, of iiM�ily, ond .......uni �l!ty, ar- ... - ____ aTI*^�KPs;l very clear and logical manner, k' ing the position of orgnnizod labor in records to tho political pariios, and the folly of labor e.xpectin'g' aii\' help from them, and that the labor party had better put a candidate iti the field, oven if he failed to save his deposit, thon to afJiliatc with either of the other partio.s. It was decidc� schedulo time, and to rtinimad fniployce.s. Woi thot tbtt-ic gentlemen are Melfort is about to e-stablish protection system. , i W. Kilingbell, near Bellevtlk!, Out., j while drunk murdered iiis wifo, ago.l i 73 years. ;  From now until March 1st w2 will give you yourJ-,^y^. ! i choice of any Suit in the window from $23.00 Oik.Jif, These prices can't last, so get your J a fire i : tO $25.00. Suits now while they arc cheap. e*oa�**elo(igr to Afr. Fulniaii, gentlomanisays ho does not 'llio horse is a sorrol and! bears the brondi 7V on tho left shoultlcr. It has tw(� white hind, feet and a xOhite Sixe^. Owiwr can get posMBsion of tho bc|r.so i>y proving-  -----_ ----'""'t.S. If . . . and paying expenses the horse is no� claiiincd toy propArt.v the hors......... . lUst, it wftll bo sold' to i>ay expenses claim tihc coal. there; The* jVlbcrton says: The Oalgary- poipers claim strike 1m�u wjIII not; alfcct tho. supply there, Thoi jVlbcrton '"fhou^ tlw �tr�1�h test for some' montha, the Cl�lgar,'B hansllo t^ho-Gait coal, i�(orm�d vthe Albcrtan ' ycoterdoy ilM* t(hcy� ham> fortunately a larffo aiipnty im ^haivl. The open winter causcil a simalltr domamd for-lool, ami tlW� local'' compony, fearing; spring otarias oi^it o shortago^^of earn, Ko* In  goa^l supply. They are npt at all olKrmcd about thw strike ��uslng tj> foifMne in Calgary. -. luon, and ...^^ ..... ,----- , ings of Ibis church to missions will rcoch $500.00. . H. Jl. Amos, M.P., in on addrcM on iliu Canncrta Railway - 4f Irrtfratiou Company have already hoR a miUion acres thus trootod in the neighborhood of Lot/h'bridge. Ttioao ionds are soiling at .^t.'i tho acre, ond -it is a niiestion that will shortly need to be seriously cunsidcrnd by the Federal Oovernmcjit os to whether the remaining portion of this belt copoble of Ijoing irrigoted sboH he remlcred fit for settlement throtigh private �n> terpriso or by the provincial adinin-istration. IF WE CANT MAKE THAT WATCH OF YOUKS CO You may just as well give it to the baby to play with. Its days of service are sttre-ly ended^-and it is a qucs-SSaxy with you now of buying anewono. You ought to icbme here for a new wifttch for the same reason that prompts yoTi to bring ua your repairing job$--becanse wo ure in a position to give yon tli� highest grade of satisfuc- J tion. As we said, wo can cet all the service out of a watch that there is in it, down to the last tick, if you will let us look ut it occasionally. And as for new watches- well just take a few minutes some day to look over what we have. That's all wo ask ^tt} King Lumber J LIMITED; Cranbrook, b. C. MANUFACTURERS OF Rough and Dressed Lumber Moulding and Lath iii LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, LTD | V, .4. 'At IR. A, WRIGHT The Jeweler MANUFACTURERS; ;'QF I Fine Lager, Beer, ile. and P| t THE BEST IN WESTA? 1?^ I All orders sent to tho Brewery wills;eceive pronipi ;