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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Famous EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES J. J. JOHNSTON SOLE AGENT A LOCAL BUDGET. MflgriMIl, wuh of Wulrli Koan'h ml. .1. H. Powell, town this week. CiiHtmns Ciilloclur Tcmmnt. Coutl.h, i� in Iciwn. II. C, Moore him renleil K irkwoodl Leek's new resilience. Our Two-Pierc Suits ut !?i:t.;>i) are wliiiiei'h. The V! Macs. A. H. MrUuire, of the Two Maes, ia on n trip iij) tin; lino this week ('. V. Holt.iptt Is eolinnnl to liis room with nu attack of In gri|i|� 11 lots on Heilpnt.li Hlivol; best residentinl part of town: will rnlurn good profitM.-A. M. Meljuoeii. Call up Western Wnre*Mi�' o rooms In tlio Oil Work. Mrs. W. K. (Moss, of Maclood, in Uio guest of Mi'H. .1. 11. Fleetwood. The Finance Committee will roeom-inciid tlio Coma'iI to increano Uio salary of (I. McLnnc, loanislei'. For Sale-An np-lo-dnto barber �lio|) for sale cheap, on oany torniH. Address A, I). L.iaon'.>eo, Tuber, Alia. Tlio key to success is doing what you say and sitying what you do. 'Hint's our wn.v of conducting business. Tlio 2 Alncs. A lili'lhdny L, Nalmnlth Is In Calgary. D, tlltfliibothtiiti is in Kdmon- Tho Hank of ComntL.rcu has opened a branch at Ulelchon. 1 M. Hendricks has disposed  f a toUW. Buoy.*0 l0lS 0" Argy'� Ave' Hon. Dr i monton Ed- to- .. .... ....,,,, corner! �'under the atif|Hpi,.,.M Wanted-A chambennnid. Applv to ! A,,, ,,f w"*lo.v Chun-h Hotel I-cthbridgo. if foiling, March ;i()i||. of .Spring Cloth will he -given of the Ladies' on Friday ov- l3o Vebor Is now at He is expected homo night or tomorrow night. Cnpl. Flaws, of Winnipeg, will succeed Cnpl, Dunlop in thai go ot the local Salvation Army corps. Tlio Herald Job department, is busy all the lime. When you want a good job turned thit, cull around and see UN. The friends of Mrs. P. I,. Nnln-niith will regret to learn of the death of her mother, Mrs. McCormnek, �l Ot tawa. Lost- Mnry's, were week f. Taylor disposed of two carloads Mondnv S '� " M,uitob* li'Alet' on ( A business mi,. ,, lt,ii,d stre-t. nt Hum wiri-onmling M. �n. l>ft\\ . town this w.ck .1 11 Melnt.M'e. of III,' I el IHIH'il tins week frolll relal ivi's in I he east. Sam Wndsw oi'l Little seei ng ill 111.' Chris noi Hi-durirg Another shipment ing lit The U, Alncs. The F.nterpi'ise Lumber Co opencil u .Mini ut Clnrcsholni. The Council is still considering the ninttor of inerouHlng the police force. .r. V. McLnihlun. Mm has returned from peg. a l c. p. is ill. Lethbridge nti,| Sl. Fox ���hit. Finder by leaving same at contractor, nip to Wlnni- McCrcu has been relieving Hip H. ngeiit mai Crnnbrook, who Hot ween u black will be rewarded Pnlnce Livery. The Herald cannot accept any changes of advertisement after noon on Wednesdays. Merchants will kindly get. their copy Into our that time. MINER'S CASE Presented to a Lethbridge Meeting by F. H. Sherman ! lore hands bo- K. .1. Calm, well bridge, reported to Frank Cr.vdermaii, Culgarv. has \rlm1gio|li,OSi,i01' n" ,m|,l''n(Jo,' ut Uiliroi? \armer? f,'0,n ('"'"'"' Nt�rih 'couple. iJiikotu, were in town yesterduv ,���!"  "�K out land, .lor of wns in is n lethal ways n spy Mercer, ,,,, . .of Mm P. Hums Co Mas been transferred to the at Crnnbrook. branch -Mr. Hit! Mont nun. drove up from Lowiston. this week. He is looklnc "ver the Intnl. B Miss Mnybee,  who luus been Airs. A Mmthard's K,,.s, fuI. ,.iK,|t 1|lonlh||; lenxes tonight for Spokune. Mrs tiilhul.v and (luughler, who nine lieen the ' � are now Hev. \. M. tiiirdnii has been ill for nine days with quinsy. His pulpit |on Smuliiy wn.s occupied by Hev. hns'Chns. AtuKillop, of ({nymotul ^ On Tuesday evening next, at Oliver's Mull, there will le it grand' presentation of .-..IMMi feet of animated s \. |,nu|y, Kecretan-.reast.ro plctl.IVS under I lie nusplces of the)|))0 , , fon|. sr,,,,| ri,.t Mnlvnllon Army. lh(, ,)th|1|. ,,,lv ,,, known in I.elh-jbritleg old-ll.ner, and is Mm Calgiry |,o- welcome visitor in town, lice that he hn.l b.s., idtien by u; , w (. .; ,, Mi,.,,., WnH ,, u dog, mill the |.ol,ce are hinting for f(>|. f(,w ,, , M.t.|,1.s the vicious ennine. \ mair that milling town es arrived old aoipiuintance of. I Cvingi'atulu-, t ion Agent Hatch Hons were heaped upon the popular I storm. nt the lSridg;."1 ^ ^ |  �'�. ": �' A. H. Hipley nnil wife are in Letli-hridgo on a visit. Mr. Hipley will missionei act us traveller for the Martin Hole and Snskatcheivnn, al a salary of ft. Wynne Co.. r Wiun!|K'g. with his S'J.r.oo. hendaunrlers nt. Cnlgary. ,nro|i ,,,,,,, H,l||||M, , pnp of h|s It will not cost, you a rent to try brick to Tnbor on Suturdny, anil ex Chnmlmrlain's Stomach an I Liver pects to follow " Tablets, and they nre excellent for tin Moninch lrotibh>s nud confitiput ii n W. of Sher- Atr. and Arrs. \\\ c in town on Tliiiisilin. hi Me is nn S Immigrn-l""l C. .1. i.vu. | enrs ago, and since that time hud boon slowly but steadily Increasing. It was the object of the C. M. W A. to have every conl mining camp in Canada organized.-! The speaker then took up the local situation. Some people objected to unionism coming into their midst, nnd many were of the opinion that the Canadian unions were governed entirely by those of the I'nited Slates. This, the speaker assured, tlio case. Although the Cn-...... the ETYMOLOGICAL KNOCKER "Me too One who does not, and will not, shout ostly oonfn?flSrZPlUfliVlH Motion, yet ho,,. InT^^!?^. Pthor.recrnit it'.*' I: flitftf i ^e ,.o( P'Sture l�dlarB who invade t:' , fridge wall out of step with Snge'aworkZl ** pricea. GlRAPPEM>ne with a flexible neck who periodicnlly corrals your orders for picture enlargeinontB nnd supplies you with caricatures at 18 or 90 each. Art work in same line at Sage's, $'MK) each, framed. SAGE-One who is wise enough to know that good value and good business are synonymous terms, and acts on his knowledge by giving the best Y� work at lowest prices compatible with honest &% dealing. ROBERT SAGE THE BOOK STORE. 4 brick It up With more, brick Is the best in n,. province Cousins sold ten lut m . in Labor I'liion Hall, matters of special interest will lisiiissed. ., .-------.. ..... oiierman road a School, Calgary." l-it "for "her! loUpr \� p N"ftisn��th. laying li'nile home last Thur.-ilay, via the Brown!for'" , caK0 "f *�� \uiners, hut ranch, where she spent a couple of;Sfti'1 tl)ot \�, ,h s 1,>u,'r no received dnxs with her old school chum, MIhs "? reply. Shortly after the writing Mollatt -t'nrdston Star. of..th.i!' ''"'-'r a mass meeting was called, and, after the questions had "Yorky" Carroll returned Satur- been discussed thoroughly, tho men day night from a horse-buying Hip unonimnuslv resolved to suspend op-in Molilalia. Ho bought 2oo head of orations until a satisfactory agree-ImrscH from Doc. Fltzroy. which he mont could he reached. In the speak-! brought in and sold to F, Alath.'son,! pr"s mind. Mils fact nlonc was suf-n Lethbriiigo rancher.-Calgary Her-Indent proof of conditions unbear-| aid. .nt.lo by Mm ' -Cardston Star. On Monday night n large gathering met nt Airs. 10. Ilrailiieer's and spout an enjoyable tim�* welcoming visitors from North Bay and fare well ing and saying good-bye in Miss Sarah Turner, who has been visiting for the 1() months, mill is now return- n,. p,, \ viyl-\-, of 1 j'thiaiil"", now a 1 \n. Sherman Senate, son of the K. II. son. II C an lm Inst four lag to her home in N,,|s lie. Af. II. .lackson r eturned to town Tuesday night, (com an extended visit to his home in Ontario, and a doy's sojourn nt Selby .1 unction, the Paradise of Montana lie says Hie mild weather in the east made business there very dull. The Dr. will op"n his utile., in Die Ott Wock on Aloialay. j flcient proof . able. Hon.: Mr. Sherman then read the agree-' Kingston, and );. 'uont that the employers refuso to I Osier, M.P.,:s'R"- explained fully the mcnii-j| town yosterday.''nB n,"l necessity of each clause, through :The two lending requests were (1) ' years: that the men in the mines should' ago was ranked ns one of the ' best'"'"'* eiitht hours a day. and (2) that ' players in Canada. '-.'icy should be \ ebor, of Letlihridgo, now a member of tlio Cnnudian Win. Marty, Jr. Win. Marty. ALP. F. Osier, son of Toronto, were in They are Inking || |t(Ur iho wesl. Win. Marty .-evcra! C. W. GRAY IS MAKING PRICES SIZZLE ON ALL KINDS OP HEATERS these days. He is bound to pass them out at once ami offers bargains that should make warm buying. . .  . hoe! key paid for the coal put forth a forcible argument in f,\,r ,f the eiglu-h,ur day for Mm miners here. Me drew attention to ti,. f,cl tillU OI, nc_ count of the absence of explosive  Bases in the Letlil.ridge mines, the taken town. up i: f w n h l.i iaudeau. Wetaskiwin. W C. Itohin.siill. of Cowley, accompanied Mi i. liobiiison to town w.-el. Mrs. IJo'iinson is now lent in tb> Call Hospital, �� ill undergo nn op-ration. .1 Chisholm hns rented one of his houses in town to Mr. !'!!!, n .Montana man. who has purehusi'd a half section of laud a short distance out oi town. Air. Hell is bringing in a i.ntple of enrluads of diets. The Herald liinlerslands that the nii-iiibers u| iIn* new Alliertn I^'gis-lature will recei\e a sessional indeiii-iniy of S�nii The Premier will be pan! -Sd.oOO a xoar, nnd the (alnnel ministers S."i,Utrt> each. other 1! Hobson H|K-nt Suiidny In'thia ��� visiting his fnn.ii.v. 1K. iviiini. ' j're Ur Monday evening to Lundhreek. Is engaged in erecting a He reports considerable tivity theie. ed �liei st or. lie ac- Some excite.......t wns caused about the statinn mi Tuesday when Poll,-,.,,,,,,, i�,m. ilrunkeii mi,,,.,., tt|,(, ing liims..|, ollensiv.. The ,,,, xvllK linally sec.ii-,,1 ,,,| ,-onveVed cells. afternoon, arrested u had lieen mak- M. (irme nml Mis 15race left llliillillig for liivcle.v . Colorado, 11 race will superintend the construction of a waterworks system. From what the Herald cm lenrn. Air Hrace inny be back in Ia thbridge lie-lore the year is ,,in. The po.iitiou he lias taken in the r,,l,,nnt.. town is only temporary. to M''. ami M,s C J,|. Arnold ,,f A citizen who \i-ite.| Die Curiuen-gny disliicl, iiorili ,,f here, last u told the Herald that the Chicago the capitalists who had bought Hie laud there, had I.Ortd ,, i,., ,,f ,,,11 vlteal planted They are planning to locale a lownsite mi lb,, riv.i's bottom there. The site is nli-nl eX|iect a null on,I will slid,, point in the very ik-,,,- future In township ;'.' �.,n,r '.'i, i nuinber of lioiney.tcuds i.. t ^ tel. ell. This district is noilli of N'eiv Kdmon- lands, reaching to the |,nile How. week, pointed out. to the nnd hos been devot.sl hitherto tu tletmrnl the necessity of the grazing, and one of the Int. st ar and liii family, from Surrey , tlglnnd A Michigtm farmer also arrived this week, and will locate Arthur Hunt and family, of toulin Island, ore in town. Lelhl.r,|Kr,.. .V||H.rla> u,. ,, lh(, K. L.iward ,,, , WlH.k Mrs Arnold, as miss Lena \ loomnn, of Sut.ton West made mnny f,-,,.,,,!,, j, T,r,m,0 will be Kln,| ,,i |,.(,. ,f i,,.,, Joronto News. who visit.- They that I.-1-j  l Ar ton Inst Attorney. Johnstone, while at was in the city yesterday on the way west to Kdmouton to attend the linmpiet which the Liberals of Strath-conu will give in honor of Premier Hutherfucd on Thursday evcn.ng. Ur. ,,.,.,,,,(,, of ,,,. ,,,lH wnM not prop. Do \eber will also ,bsposo of a num- ,,,,.,.,, nft*ai>T* W"S,-W"m,I,�B.JurioUS. consequent Iv ,|,e health was ! ! ree I less. (impaired In regard to the second j liuucnii Marshall. of F.ilmonton, principal cause of complaint, hcsuidi when in town last week, informed tno 1 lint the miners were not allowed for ' Herald that some Dominion -chooi ' nny nut coal or slock which went I lands located in the town limits of j through the screnn. and, ns u result, j Saskatoon. w.->v ni out in bo sold, , they were doing this work without; and it was I.. In-wii ns high as S7A0 {remuneration. Tho men were willing i abzid. As to j to allow 2"i0 pounds per ton fori Miie-imii says it is slack, whereas under pr.sent condl-! Iioiiinl to be ,i glial city. It is tio.is they were allowed about per cent, of what they dug. The speaker differed with regard to the company's stnlement that under changed circumstances they could not operate nt n profit, and was quite willing to mnke i linages in the requests, providing the operators would show him that they wero right. Air. Sherman then called the at- run (em ion ,!long faith in i � lias gi\.-n Win. Oli-' in buihl a two storey ; l>e lots enst of; I a,  I ""nent of ,, Heputy Clerk of i|k. Hvnls is .Mr fox , u it at U>(hiiridgi... The idea was who hnw come |u.,,. 'vceiVl'��- At present there is Fmglnnd A Alichi.,,, II I' Miel.l l.-l lllilldl.'' II \er a �out raox JIo R1UI, - strikes will bur will l.e moved t.. 11,- new sec- ; not ,(,u0 place when men get odiicat-tion. and me -iinne i.iom greatly ! oll jnl(1 h,nlii,g labor ilifllcult ies bv enlarged 'II.....n'ne hotel will be . t,,.|ui,. i GALLAHER'S | SMOKING - TOBACCOS | * Most complete ussortnicnt of PIPES AND SMOKERS' SUNDRIES All the best brands of Cigars, domestic and imported, Ganong Brother's Chocolates, i'Uilding will ml will provide tin- Inrtel The Wallace (8L Hoselton only a process issuer hero Mum Thus. ' t here T heated by Inn iwu, so In. nis.ailed ll.i 11,-1 will 111- W Ityan. .,f ami 'mR ',0