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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta �1 Famous EASTMAN KODAKS  AND  SUPPLIES J. J. JOHNSTON SOLE AGENT A LOCAL BUDGET. \ Watch Kcan's ad. A. II. Knight, Cowley, Altn., is in town. lust received at *l� S Macs, a shipment of Spring Shirts, Mm. Duncan Smith nan gone to Hanley, Sask., on a visit. Al. Morris expects to be ablo to leave the hospital this week. The Herald understands �that the last poy of the miners will to on the 17th. Mr. Kincald, the well-known hotel-man, from Coutts, was in town this week. ,1, F. McLaughlin, the Macleod contractor, went to Winnipeg Tuesday night. Chief Justice Slflon held court �t Carcfoton this week. There were no criminal cases. Con. Kofsley. It. N. W. M. I1., is back at his post after nn operation for appendicitis. Ellis Farrar, the Milk Hiver rancher, was operated upon At the JIos-pHal last Saturday. A Undo Tom's Cabin Company plawd. to a smalt crowd al Oliver's flail on Monday night. Clint Moore, of Crenrv, N. I)., is at the Windsor. Ho is looking up a location in'this vicinity. Tho "(Mbson Girl" post cards, 4R in number, at the .Book Store. Price, as usual, 2 for 6c.-It. 8agc. Mrs. J. II. Wallace. Miss Caddie Wallaco and Miss .lean McClure, went to Calgary on Tuesday night. LethbrMpn has made "Wily" Sel-man an offer to ploy baseball for tiiein this season.-Itaymond Chronicle. Miss Demers arrlvtxl on Friday morning from Quottcc to vIsK her undo ami aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. neirin. J. W. Woolf, Cardston, was in town on Tuesday on his way to tho opening of tho Legislature al ftd-inonton. Architect MacdonaKI reports that tho new Rank of > at Itaymond is almost ready for occupancy. Alfred Hulk. Llttlo How; A. T. Klncatd. and A. 11. lHvMHps, Swoot Crass, ware visitors in town during the week. Frit* Blck wns in IMolrmoiv last week. Ho shipped a carload of ln-er there, and says it got there, this tlmo, without delay. Dan Moriarlty, o10>ttvti iiHIes north of town. Mr. Nale. of North Dakota, Is also locating in that vicinity. Mrs. Hutchinson entertained at a iileasanl card party on Friday evening. Mrs. White and Mrs. Hick won ihe prizes, and 9. Duncan had to be contented with tho hoohy. I,. E. Townsond, Davidson, Sask.. bought two carloads of horses in the Cardston district, but was only nblo to ship ono load, tho other being placed in quarantine at tho stock yards hero. Tho l>oard of management of tho Oait Hospital desiro to acknowledge with thanks tho sum of 180.25, ing tho proceeds of a liall given i� aid of the Oult Hospital by tho Ma-grath Ward. \V. B. Truesdale, who recontly came bore to take the district management of the Confederation Llfo Insurance Co., has been promoted to tho position oo for uho iti thut city. This in the same kiml of pi|s> as wuh installed here. Since Hie annual meeting, the South Alberta \j\m\ ami Coloniwi-tion Co. has dismiscl of a section and a half of its land. Suits nt popular prices, $8.00, S10.00, 812.00 to �I5 at The 2 ncs. A. Cooksley, WiniiliM-g, Joined the dnff of the Herald as pressman. The Herakl found Km ineivusiug Job business wnrronted thin nildition to its stalT. On Sunday Ilev. ,1. S. drivers nd- W. Henderson took a trip to Calgary this week, Mrs. A. 1'!. Humphries has returned from Manitoba. Mark Druintn, of (lie Frank 1'npcr, wns in town yesterday. T)r. Mnckenxle, lluymnud, was a visitor in town yesterday, A. T. Kebble. and ,T. Millar were in from Geo. Fet'dig's ranch this woek. Wnntrtl, nl once, a dining ronm girl. Aitnly nt the Arlington Hotel. Mr. Link, the homestead inspector. Is making ft lour nlnng -the. line between hero und Medicine Hot. T. A. Corny, of Medicine Hat, has purchased throe lots on Court-land street from 13. Adams. Tho records show that, more cn-ltlo were shlppnd from Lethbridgo last, year than any other point in Alberta. H. R SflptH'Dflelil. (�f ITrnlher Urae. was a guest at the Arlington this woek. O. I). Austin filled the pidplt of Wftslov tihureh very acceptably on Sunday. Mr. Foril, of the Western Stationery Co., experts his wife and faiitlljr here from Winnipeg in a few days. l>r. Illow. the skilful eve, ear ami nose specialist, will be at the Loth-brldge Hotel next Wednesdny. I'hinehs Chase, of North Dakota, Is pulling up buildings mi Hie irrigated farm he recently p'tuvimsed nt Coal-dale. The Methodist, people of Tjcavlngtt arc -likely to ask that Uev. C. II. Me-Ijauchlln'. Ill'' ewwgeHM, be stmtion-eil there by thM its. annual iiifftimt Inst night, when they ehvteil lite following i)ll�-ers: Hon. I'ulrou. Im C. IHj \'el>er: Hon. Vivsi- miiKtl eleven meiiiliei'.s into the detit. V. L. Nalsmith; 1'ivithlent, 1 brtitherhitod of Ht Aislrew. Orwani- tlooney: Secretary-Treasurer. A. ok or ! Honnev: Coiumiltw, I, N. '.McKwen, tat ion will be pfif,-, t, (| hi a wee so. Senator Do Vi her wns select*d to move the inldn-ss In ivply to th^ ineis'li from the Throne in the Sen-ale at Ottawa. This is considered quite an honor. On Saturday lust a otiiet wedding was celebrated at Nt. AugusMn's by the rector, Itev. ,lt |.', Chi vers, when llwiry Waxmund, u rancher about ........... ......... four miles from town, was nmrrivd i drunk awl carrU-oon ,m � i*"^'^^,."1 F^irum- nighi duty nt H,. f. |�. |{. station, i"**' nnV V t lo ,^ ,,.; i" V" : has been trui.sfenvd to Winnlw-g. ! H�wes, .f. I. Ho wis tnted .5 tnd is succeetloo at once established tilierc. Messrs. TallKit and Do Vi-bcr arc woll Known here, and will make an acceptable acquisition to tho Senate. -MacleoU Advance. Docky Coulee has suffered tho loss of one of its oldest and most respected residents, in the death of William Luchia, which occurred a few days ago. A. M. Hepplor, of Itaymond, was in town this week. He has taken tho general agvncy for tlio Great West Llfo for Oils district* Tho prlco of coal Is going up. It,| is now selling at $1, and may reach a higher llgnrc. Two tons wcro sold by ono linn today for 90 a ton. Jos. Marlon, the Little How rancher, camo up from the south on Tuesday with u carload of horses. Mr, Herman is bringing up two loath*. For Sale-An up-tio-dato barber shop for sale cheap, on oauy terms. Address A. D. Llsonbei!, Tabor, Alia. An old pile of slack near tho electric light works is to iss used for fuel at the works, so tho Herald understands. A track is being built to convey It to Hie power house. Ilev. Mr. Sctrtt has visited the settlement north of here, and reports that a largo number of families wilt locato In that district this spring. Ho has held services ut various points, Tho report that the Hudson's Day building here is to cost only $20,. 000 Is incorrect. When the interior fittings, electric light fixtures ami silent .salesmen are installed, the cost Will roach over #30,000. At llocky Coulee, extensive preparations arc being made [or tho seeding of a large area this spring. All the available land is taken up, and the good crops at last year encourage the farmers to increase llioir acrc-uge, and to expect u iKiunllful harvest . Tho Halt Hospital report, for February is as follows: Number of |>al-ieiits on Feb. I, 28; number of patients remuhiing in hospital, Feb. 2H, UCt; number odmltud during the month, It); number discharged, 11; number of deaths, i!; number of outdoor dressings and t ivutinents, 102. Wanted-A chuml>ermald. Apply to lethbridgo. tf j Alf.tlraves, who. under tho old ro- 'glme nr Win. Oliver. I'. McN'ohh, sr., 11. Withers and K. Fraser. t. .. ,i. '.� . , 1 Rime, filled our water barrets with i. '^V, r.!e of* ml So.^i with the? north country, but sale by Cos -Neidig. unetlcaiwr. !j|US kM, , s,Jot, w,,.a ,or a^hem llownivl Slicnnnn. n si ranger, got'AMktIu It will not cost you a cent lo try Chamberlain's .Stomach mul L'vor I .aaaaa,.,,.,,*,,; a . Tablets, mid tho.v are excellent for 1 '.,., dtomach troubles niitl constipnl.ii.n ; f��f� Oet a free sample ut all di-ugu'ltds. ivy Mr. Darker and sons, who are farming nt if umbo Valley, '.inve come to tho west from tiualph, Out., where Mr. Darker was long connectod with the Dell Organ ami Pimm Manufactory. Thoy express themselves' ns delighted with AllH>rta. and full of faith in its possibilities. Such set-Hers as these are the class that the province should nl tract in Inrg. r i numbers, nivd more oikI more theyiyy arc coming from year to year. tVbeiv two years ago a few shacks were scattered, tho thriving town of r^-iw-lligs now stnndH. A eorivspotwlent writes that on n recent visit he could scarcely ix-Ueve that It was the saino place where he had beou set down on the open prairie but a short time ago. it ?? ?? ?? .... .�..�. .... r'f ?? .... ?� ?? ?? y v ETYMOLOGICAL FOItOEIlY C1IA11CH3 A man nnme.{ an express older for SI 8 from a young lady In town to procure some goods for hor in the Old Country. He took the order, but di-.l not. forward It immediately. A few duys ago ho signed tho London t'enbr'n name to the order and gave It to an employee of the I.ethbridg>.> lUvtvi security for cash, and for payment of Ms bill. Ho did not turn up again for a day or two, und the hotel man presented it for payment at i he t x- Eress office. As It was payable in lOndon, he was unsuccessful. Later he was arrested. His friends claim Powell had no intention of committing any wrong whnte\or, yy ! VV y v tt YY v y YY YY YY YY YY YY : : KXOf'KIiif --Ono wlio tlooa not, nnrl Will ifiot^'B.ipMt "Mo too" to fvory plnusiblo jtropositioit,; yist bbn* csily confo��i>h tliot Sago's picture tmlarge'mfehtr-mid framing bent tlio bawl. A1.HK5UT One wlio claims that every other ' reefitit in ibo Biniiitl la out of, stop barrin' himBetf: iiIbo tliat. tlio htmlo of jn'ctnro iiotllnrs who itivatle Lolbhritlgt! is all out of stcp'.with Stigo's work and . ] (rices. (II.KAFFI']  One witli (i floxibli! nock who perioflleaHy cormls your orders .for picture pnlargements ana ' supplies ynti willi enricnturosat $8 or $9 each. Art work in sirnio lino at Sogts's, $.J.U0 each, fin moil. SA(! I1' - ()tio who in wise enough to know that good value and iiooil business aro synonymous terms, and nets on his knowledge by giving the best wotk at lowest prices compatible with honest dealing. ROBERT SAGE 'NIK BOOK STOKE. o�Jfv Si, - Vv.:..;..x..>.:..:.^.>^.:..:.^.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.^.:,,:.,:..>,.,.:,^ I'IPTY CKKT9 OX THE DOLLAR. ! Montreal. March 12.-ChnrUs Kll-J, ridget, one of the comniiUee a|ipoint- | ed by local Bhaivholdvrs of tho late !1 York County Loon and Savings Company, has Just returned from To- !i i-onto. lie thinks theiv Is not the slightest doubt that when ilw claims are paid shareholders will iveelvn no less than 4.1 or .10 rents on the dollar. C. W. GRAY IS MAKING PRICES SIZZLE ON ALL KINDS OF TUB NKW Xl'HSK'S l.nMK EATERS ihiusou, of .Sirdar The Canadian Machinery Journal, in ith lust issue, Ki�v�: IMio C. IV II. will build terminals at l.oth-hrid�" Albeiin. inelmllng a ten stall ountl house, freight hlusl and repair ihops." Chief Parry teiiuiiHd Fiwl lionK* in ttie final ninteh for tho 1K had just bougiil, was son, have returned from Unsono on T� Ul>t,�',tuuate last Friday as to tin. Ilig lh>w. wml ltt Aie,||eine il.S\� three UiiKurs of tho Hgnt hand wlwre tlioy have licen encaued for i ha ibn"'y �htt�ered. The tendons of the last rive weeks bi en-ctimr a tv"v ! a,'m wo,v 1'"""^ oul '� I�"g strings. or V- t�~~'+- I injuivd mu� wns brought into cimimo well-known Mmjeod lawyer. Air. Grow was m Macleo\l a year; Itefoiv that he eotwlucteil a paper at Dids-bury. The Canadian l'ditorlal Association excursion, which tho Hoard of Trade was trying to induce to viait Ijothbridge and SoutlKin Allierta ut the time of their visit to Mdmonton. will come to Ix'thhridc" and go o� to the Cardston district. 'Ihero win bo some UOti in tlu> party. A now posh ion has isi-n ereato�l ot\ tho A. 11. & I. milwav. T. 1>. Kevin takes tho posh ion of supcrtntenvl-ent. being succ^-did in his former olllco of chief train despatcher. a po-altlon he has held for a. long period, by Mr. Worts, the ageiit nt Carxl-ston. who has Irmmi supplying during Mr. Kevin's illness. A medical assoclntion for Alberta was formed ut Calgary last woek. llr. Mowluun waj� eleotnl �nj of the vico-pivstdcntH. Tim other oltlcors uro: Hon. president, Dr. Kennedv, Macleod; Pro.stdeiit, nr. Ihvtt, Ue1lf|; Vice-presidents, fir. Jtiiiithwaite, lil. inonlon; Hr. ljdlerty, Calgary; Stn.--rotary, Dr. Cumming, Calgary. benedicts 11. .1. rV�eith Calgary of ihe Canada Life. is in town this week and iffsanco. the imwin hospital, wlwsre ho Is now rtteiving every attention. Part of Hie index linger was removed, and iho two bv Dr. Kennedy.-Macleod Ad- was warmly greeted Ijv his heaps of I>�thbridge friends. Mr. Sktdth hni* bivn wideavoriug to form an athletic association in Cul^ory. lie thinks that t'K.v should Ix- as well supplK\l in that ri'SiKset as Lethbridgo. He says I'algary keeps erowing, mid tln� prtisfsH'ts for the year are goad. Tiie Adams Lumber Co. are mnk-Inir an extomdvo addition to tlieir . .** (____. A __1 .1 i. .1 A liusliiesa site on Round street at %** thnn surrounding pro|>orty. Soo \. V. McQueen. .%li�liciiie Hat is Just now building u|* if.* ho|K*s upon tho incoming of tlu� IHI:iil railway system to the town. Tho uitiizcns seem cc��fldent that the lino vtUI he built, and real estate value* are advancing. A large tract a of towa * few mtlos weat of the town j has mwo bougitt by an American ARRIVED THIS WEEK AND NOW OPENED j: Ladies' Silk Blouses, new de~ ; signs; Ladies' Cold Lustre, etc. | : Embroidered Blouse Sets; Children's Dresses and Pina-f fores. ed used rhiucry is I x and .. ------- - - -........- ...... ....... , A, 1i the marriage -------- The mtitt who chuuges his ad. la Frank Herman Singer and Miss tho Herald is u wise man. since each. V Mamie llreiiivsu- Hoth of tho con- issuu is rend by people all over this, f tract tag panic* recently arrived from diutWct- That is u lot of people to-j.North Dakota, and will roshlo on a havo li busiuoss tall; with each week. 1 homeatead which they hovo taken, ami yot thoro are �, nuiiiber of busi- |ltweirtv miles north of tWo aown. Mr. tiesn miii who are overlooking this 1 singer is bringikug in several car- ailvantag>'. Ohange your ads., tht�enple know, it is situate im- \ south of the Hospital. It l tir, -place. To tho rear af the ttit't ing . room fs the matron's room, this, with a room across.the hall, being tho only rooms on the ground floor. At the end of the entrance hull Is u pantry. There is a s'itle entrance from tho hospital grounds to the ground floor, with a stairway to the basement, where is to Iv found trunk room, coal room and furnace room. Upstii's live bedrooms mid a good-siZcd bath room and large hull. All the bedrooms have clothes closets. Tho building is healed throughout by hot water, tho system having l,�vn installed by C. W. Gray. .1. A. Mac-doiiakl was the architect, und ho is being complimented on the line up-noamnce of the home. Smith Pros. & Wilson were tho contractors, and J. Morgan handled tho sub-contract for painting. Hick & Wakely that for plumbing. It ts estimated that the cost of the home is over \>."i,000. those days, lie- is bound (u pass them out ut once mid* offers bargains that should make wanii buying. .  . .  . ,  , C. W. GRAY a* THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 I GALLAHER-'S SMOKING - TOBACCOS! Most i'oiupiote nssortmpiit of PIPES AND SMOKERS' SUNDRIES All tin- Ix'st brtimlsof Ciytirs. domostio nod imported, (.ianon^ Hrotltt'r'B (.'hocolntcs. .TRAPKS COUNT IL MKKTINC. A regular metMiiig of the Tni'l'-s and Labor Council was held on Saturday evening, and the following officers were elected for tho ensuing year: President. .Ins. San.-lham. Vice-President, 1). .1. Mct'ormick. Secretory. J. W. Kenn. Treasurt-r, It. Culberson. Wallace CgL Hoselton �^���������������� �������� use HATS AND CAPS G. H. Johnston toi trade a-Itli livu'uum Our prices nlwuvs leave you a� Hltlo over /or other things-'Plio '2. Muck Aid. Oliver �nd C It. huwiniin had a great opportunity to view thu country betwojitj Calgary and Mac- ,ro lend when reUurnlng from the muni- {. f... ci|nil convention. 'F|,.v left Calgnr.v on Thurwlny nufrht ttt C o'clock ami .ltd not reouli Mucleo.1 until noon Friday- T��jr weiiy dela.vt.-d at High Hlver all iii^it. outing to the \vi-.-ck of a freight. When they got moving again 'he uoxt �fny, the engine broke down. and. unother long tleluy took ." place. . That tho location: of the C I'. R j divisiouitl point h.�i.v is near ut iiuud I-is ovlilouceil by the tfiorts thai mw i Ijotng mode to ijnrcliusi. lots and || houses hero for t)W ruilroad men. j;...... .. Hovonii Modicim. Hat i'apitiiliHls*t[day morning Jim rim to tho Hat havo been looking for lots uiiii tins. 5 was made in ivcord time, one hour purpose in view i,V building house*- ; being ''in olT the schedltlo time, and for rental tt� rufitiwatl ciuployies. We� pi'". Hu�h.soi> arrived-Just in time to aro told ibat thne gentlemen aie-iiiial thu coagit-gatioii singing tho willing to buy u block of land ii" i .hymn immetiiutoly {iivcnling tho fcer-they can sec uro it, - Jinon, and in lake Inn part. Tho glv- i ings o ' ' " . . ... ... W. D. Whitm>y j* looking for the- -owner of n Iwiiho nOiiich has Ixi-n in his Imrn Niueo .laanury liitii. It was. supposetl to IwloKg- to Mr. Fuliuau, tint that geitilenaamnay.s ho �0 place, ami Mr UawsoH, of Otntario, are also recent arrivals who .will locate near Vewiaiids. Call up W.-stmn WaiWruii A Transfer Co. i>td., for gtxjd liay Rev. .1 i: Ilughson went-to Medicine Hui lasi Sunday to pneai-h inis-sionaiN ^..iwcs in tu� Methodist Church of thai town. Owing to an aeeidi-iii wi^i of here, the tra-ln did not. leave l.ethliridge until 8.10 Sunt  . .... 1'nimiuiniN- .ii") morning. T-he run to havo been looking for lots uiib the. {was made in i\>cord time, .....'tig houses- heinB en' "IT the schedlilo  �*  help from them, and that ihe labor party had better put n candidate in tho field, even if he failed to save his deposit, than to uftlliate with either of the other parlies. It was decided to call a mass mci t-ing of Iho tvorkingmen of this constituency to determine on a c.uvli-date in the coming elect inn (or tho local house. atton ^ ywen s| ' - >Rk- Cash Sale of j Tailor" Made^Ci6*ll��  Melfort is ubout to establish a fire protection system. W. K-ilingbell. m-nr Hell.villOut , whilo drunk murdeivd his wife, a go-1 73 years.  From now until March 1st wc will give you your -  choice of any Suit in (he window from $23.00 on  J to $25.00. These prices can't last, so get your J  Suits now while they are cheap.  IF WE CANT MAKE | THAT WATCH OF t YOURS CO You inuy just as well givo it to tho baby to piny with. Its days of service aru Bttro- foot and a v*hito iaetv Owitur can gut j �if thw hmrso by proving ^ |)y lrr-jg( and payiii g ex|�enses.t li_ j )KH,n twUmttt,^ by'tho jjomiivlon Oov- this chureh to missions will liucll ^olMl.OO. 11. II. Ames, M.P., in an address on the Canadian West before tho Canadian Club, Montreal, made the following jvforeiico to tho Lethbridgo district: That portion ol Southern Alberta lying just east of tho Rocky Mountains bus been found to possess an excel lent soil If only tho crop can ie made curtain by irrigation. It has posxuesiuu of thu hutrse by property and paying exp h,l�JUi!'HwVii i1.!"1 rW1"^* lernnuMit Hint about ten wilrion acres �Jst, it afill bo to pay oMh-nsos. mm, j,, ,,u intArltA, may bo thus Tlio.Oalgary pMnor* claim th� ,' l,.'0,.1FhL,!!,.SSo�SS2a^S�S:--"S LIMITED 3C^S^^^S^SSg80SeS8ea -v* Cranbrook, B. C. ly ended-und it is a mios-tiou with you now of buying u new ono. You ought to coino hero for a new watch for tho sumo reason that prompts you to bring us your repairing ^ jobs-becauso wo aro in n + position to givo you thr  highest grade of sutisfat.- * tion.  As we Raid, wc can m-i till z the sorvico out of a watcli  thutthoro is in il, down to  tiie last tick, if you will let us look at it occasionally. And as for now watches- woll just take u few minutes J some day to look over what X wo havo. That's all wo ask ; MAU UFACTUliERS OF Rough and Dressed Lumbe Moulding and Lath r * lethbridge brewing & malting company, ltd MANUFACTURERS OF j= Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Portoi R.A.WRIGHT The Jeweleb the iij:st in thi: west All orders scut to tho llrewery will-deceive prompt-"fttSfttJopIS ;