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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Famous \r eastman hodahs - AND  supplies j. j.johnston SQLE AOENT A LOCAL BUDGET. Watch Kcau's od. Kusllc for a new postofTlco. IJost llarncHs and SadUlis. Tiy A. Kattton. Vrf-d Hopney's little ihild is \^ry ill at present. Easter tiaa before Easter tfnic, at The 2 Macs. Born, *to the wife of V. ,1. AlcCor-inick, a daughter. .. Wanted-A chambermaid^ Apply to Hotel Lcthbridgc. tt W. C. Iveis wiis in i;ttrdaton the oar!y part of tho week. v." W. McGuire is spending the M'oek at Pinchcr Creek. A sihipniont of union-made shirts and overalls at Tho 2 Macs^ C. V. Ik^nnott is able to bo around again after his recent illness. Manager McMicking, of the Union Bank, is back from Winnipeg. If you need a Trunk or Valise, the place to get it is at A. Easton's. H. .T. Skeith, after spending a few days at Cnrdston, in hack in town. . Thfl Empire Club purposes giving a ba.'l on frt. George's Day, April 23. �T. A. H.acdonald took a trip up thi> Crow, as far ns Blainnore, this wcok. All Fpols Day-Sunday. Observe the Sabbath and don't play -any tricl:.?. .in case you have forgotten, G�od FrWay falls on tho thirU>cnth of ne.xt month. A. E. -Browning is now in charge of (\ puiuping station about 50 miles east on the Crow. . Amongst  tho Blairrooro people in town last week were Michael Itosso and Archie McLean. Geo. Talbot and wife, Mr. Moran and W. S. Hill wore in from the Little Bow this week. Dr. C. W, Sanders, of Magrath, is in thu Gait Hospital, having undergone a slight operation. Mr. Fowler, tho A. K. & Co.'s ofllcial at Great Falls. Montana, was in town Inst wcok on business. C. J. Eckslrom spent'a couple of flays at Pincher Creek, enjoying a clcsor view of tho dear old llockios. Tho water trt)ugh in front of tho ]>nllas is working again. No need for I be horses to be thirsty hoi-e-nttcr. .1. Durkin, of the Land Odlco, returned on Sundu.v morning from Calgary, where he spffnt a few da.vs last week. If you want your (own to grow and prosper, wake up, rub your eyes, roll up jour sloi.>vos and go to .work for it. �^ho*. Kookes, a T>;thbridgc old-timer, has boon appointed manager of tho Alborta, the lending hotel at Edmoutoii. C. (I. K. Noiirso will occupy tho rosidoncc about to be \'acate-> calgury. Frank Bickcrdike, Montreal has la;�:":":">�' Y Cran- j J�y There will be a meeting ne.xt week | to arrange . for Jacro.s.so in Cran-; brook during (he coming summer. | There is a lot of excoliont material in Cranbrook this year for a .successful club, and the Levasseur cup should be brought back to Cranbrook .-Cranbrook Hera I d. siibjocts-11 a.m.,-The Everyday j i.js prop^ty at Maple Creek, adding Ch^-ist ; 7.'thbridge in connection with the augmentation of the force there during the strike.-Frank Pai>er. Tho accommodation at the Arlington is so severely taxed at present, that Proprietor Rooney is going o fit up I'hos. Phair's old residence to provide extra rooms for his guests. P. L. Naismith, manager of tha Alberta Railway and Coal Company, went north today in his private crr,^ 'Lolhil)ridgo." He was accompanied by T. D. Kevin.-Tuesday's Calgary Herald. Geo. Munroe, the well-known.C. P. R. engineer, sijcnt a few days in town visitmg friends and relatives. While here ho was a guest at the Arlington. Ho returned to Cranbrook 'fuesday night. W. A. Enycart was killed oh the C. P. IX. tracks at Cftlgary tiho other day. En.vcart was in Lethbridgc for several weeks this winter. Rtfdid odd jobs around town. -Ho walked hero from i'crnie. Ho was a religious fanatic. Tho chess tourney at tho Younfj Men's Club has been concluded. Mr. Hansford won first prize, and second place* was tiod for by Mr. Matthews and Dr. Cragg. On Monday evening tho tie was pla.ycd off, when Dr. Cragg secured the winning game. Christ." It is understood that Rev. G. J. C. White intends selling his farm on the "ditch." He will t^ko a trip ottbt ami will later locate in Britii*h Columbia. Lethbridgc possesses a mountain climbei:. Amongst the active members of the 'Canadian Alpine Club is Rev. A. M. Gordon, pastor of Knox Church. Other members are Rev. Dr. Joseph Durkin, of tho Lethbridge Hordinan and Rev. Dean Paget, Cal-Land Offlce, is visiting friends in the Rary. Tho clergymen seem to de- Thc Houk family is filled with I sporting blood. Our George and his I 'f'f son are baseball fiends .from the *�**:* longest hair on thoir heads to the X*:* tips of their tons. ' Down in St. A A Louis, where the Houk name i.s as|.*.A numerous as Kaiser Wilholm's sub-[ jccts, there is George Houk, a nop-' how of Lcthbridge's George. liis s|K'ciality is skating, and by what wo read in a St. Louis paper, lie can travel faster than a Chinook wind..] Young Honk, and ho is onl.v a kid, just si.xteon, tied for fir.^t-. place in a six-day race. Ho Rkutod 72 hours and covered 801 miles. Think of il. A  SMASH Of cars occitrrod in tlie railroad yanl yestor- * -(lay moniitif; at S..30. OflBcial inquiry liiay show that the crew of the incoming cafs was bent on getting to the BOOK STORE at all haz-trd-s, '"through thick and thin" before the ?a$tcr Post Cards light in ctimbing towards the heavens. William Vals, a Belgium banker, is in communication with a fellow coiintrymun here in regard to buy- city. Mr. Durkin is a former om-plo.yce of the local land oflflce.-Calgary" Alljertan. The automobile, which was recently brought "to town, has. Ijcen the . . main attraetion for small boys. It ing land in this district upon which has also frightened a few horses, and lu- would settle a colony of Belglon caused some nma\Vavs. i faimers. lie als" proposes to erect , ^, ^ . , � . , ' " shipping house hero, to Ije used as A. J. McT^an IS reported to have , ,.a,.,.h,,.,c, f^,r gooj^ shippeoon $150,000. ' ' ~ ,, , ,^ ^ ' . ' Hon. Dr. 1>e Veber arrived from Mrs. W. Lynch, who has bc-en a Kci,Tionton on Sunday. Ever since patient in the hospital at Lethbridge j,^ j,^^, iK-en undergoing an at- for several months, has returned. ^j. handshaking, every person tae- homc, much improved in health.-1 anxious to let the popular Dr. Pincher Creek Echo. |know tliey were highly pleased with Tho work'on-the exterior of the his appointment to the Seimtei ,Tht now station is almost completed. Senator found life very congenial at The men are now engaged lathing Ottawa. 11c will likely be here un-the walls. It will not be long l,t'foiv til ihe Senate mcpts.again, on .\pril the new building is completed. ; iptli. Wo umlerstaml that tho .lobljiing' Sfi-. Mor/jnn, of Bankhcad, who ro-Company received a tempting on'er sided in IxHhbridge about two years to locate in Saskatoon, free site .'ind | ago. one of 'tho trio of Welshmen track privileges being offered in rir.e w'Jio were noted for.thoir singiltg, is of the lifst .sections of that growing | in town in connection with the Min-city. j'-'s' Union. Mr. Hayson, whose rich , ' I baritone voice was such an attrac-Very extensive improvements _a.oi ColZun Xn him sing in tho Easter services of the Meth- The High River Times says: Pony ' Warner, who resides near Brant, ^^ as yy in town on Wednesday, and having a !'|"t* local reputation for wres-tlinff, Misido' a bet with W. S. Shortt that he' Were sold out. in fact a new morning : Therfr are some left yet- consi'nment arrived this could wrestle an.v one in High Ji ROBERT SAGE THE BObK STORE. for a purse of C200. Mr. Shortt ac-ccpted the bet, the papers were .siyn-'yy ed, and the match was arranged to:yy take place on Thursday evening. E.! *t**j* v'/jt' the contest, � and the local .:poris were eagerly looking forward to i he;____ event. Howe%'er, Mr. Warner, iiftor," ----------^---------'--;------~ putting up a forfeit of $25, to.3k a chill and forfeited his money, "^"''>M QBOS^S^^^^ � "^iS to the disappointment of the hoys. ^Ta ^^^^^ ^ Mr. Pilling whs heard to remark to a friend that there was no money iii wrestling in High River, and ho vas going back to Cnrdston to hoe siug-ar beets, Mr. Shortt informed the Times that ho had made another bet of $200 that Mr. Pilling could throw Mr. Warner ten straight, f'ills j in one i hour. Up to the present the l3ct hias not ben accepted. yoiy exensive i.npro-noi.v.^.. Coleman. iKJing made to the Coaldale. Most^,n,rt will be made to have hiw of the rooms ore being repapered, re- r^hey have Xei.^ play on Saturday at .5 p. m. If ac- m THE HARDWARE MERCHANT � nasty accident tho oiner {in,> . no , ivrT,,jo,.s of the loci jumped from a ladder and ""ghtoj 1; on a nail, which ran clear thro.igh | roceivcd his. boot and fool, causing - i. .... at T. Odmark's new hiaiiso, met wiXh' a srieclal notice or not. a nasty acciilont tho other day. Hej ivrr.,,,ers of the local aerie of the cnthu.sed over the ived from the coast , over the success which is greeting painTul wound. ! iho pmont lodge, Seattle No. 1. At tho Methodist pursonago on'This lodge two years ago put up a Tuesday afternoon, a quiet wedding; ?20,000 mortgage on their new hall, took place, when Mr. .John Henry rulTts, who has lieen residing east, .ioar.s. Last of town, was united in marriage to was burned, ceptod duo notice will be gnven. dt C. W. GRAY TELEPHONE 66 BAD WRECK IN LOCAL YARDS. rthicli was to be paid off in five Siinda,v the mortgage There was a rather bad wreck in the railroad yards at lloiThd ^t'eet, ^^^^^^^ yesterday inorning. A C. P. R. on- I gine was shunting some cars to-1 Miss Allwrta -Vnn Koss. They will coni|ili.sheil in two years what they ' thought wouUl take five years to do, and now they ai-o clear of debt. reside at Orassy Lake. The Arlington Hotel at Pincher Crook is to Ix* enlarged. The o Id Chas. If. Peterson and wife arrived stable near the hotel is to ho (akonfrom Winnipeg Monday, and are tcm-dowii and a new stable btiilt across porarily at the Halmoial Hotel. Mr' the street. The vacated property: Peterson is a I'nitod State's imnii-will be used for tho addition, which! grntion oflicial, having been stationed for some years past at Winnipeg. Ho comos here to take the position will l)c either brick or stone. F. H. Sherman, district president of the U. M. W. a;, who was in town yesterday, denied that he is to be' a candidate for the 'Lcgi.sloturo in the Lethbridgc district in tho bye-election made necessary by the appointment of Dr. Do Veber to the Senate. -Frank Paper. Fred J. L. Harrison, of the Manitoba and Northwest Underwriter's Association, has been in town arranging a new schedule of insurance rates. He inspected every building in the place, and will report on their position as risks. The new rates will not be announced for some time. Last Fridaj', A. E. Humphries .J. P., heard the charge of fencing in a road allowanco preferred by .las. Ashcroft against Wm. .Johnson. Johnson was ordered to romow the obstruction at once and pa.v the costs of the court. On,. Saturday tho magistrate fined John' White and a Slav ip2 for being drunk. Deputy Minister of Agriculture Harcourt, of Edmonton,, and .1. W. Woolf, M. L. A., Cardston, spVmt several ^aya at najinond last \v�k, ......_________wards the station, While an A. B. Sd' as the'birds have"^"-;I- engine was putting several cars on a side track. Just as tho A. K.I &I . bunch were c^^ning to thej switch, 'the caboose of the- other i train bumped into two loaded | freight cars, and threw them oft thoj track, the cars toppling oyer on their sides. The cabooso was also derailed am:l badl.v damaged, the trucks being put out of business. The other cars were not so badly wreckelros., at' -^i.., ...... � Clarcsholm. He will be in cha;-o ot/"^'^^ LAWYER REACHES TOWN, a largo 70 horse fjower steam piow,i - . ~~~~ which draws 10 ptows. Mr. Voung' " Morton Jones is noir assa:;i*t-has been in Lethbridge throe yew. GALLAHER'S SMOKING - TOBACCOS I Most complete assortment of  PIPES AND SMOKERS SUNDRIES All the best brantlsjof Cigars, tloinestic and importetl. Gaiioiig Brother's Chocolates. Wallae^ (SL Hoselton | McKay had a narrow escape froiUi being hurt,~.as ho was Ijctween the cars when the smash orcurrod. D. A. i ^^^ Smith, of tho A. Macdonald Co., i'n-!____ formed the Herald that one of the | ^'^^^---- -----.....-----------.......---------------..........-...... -r^;;^ ears contained household furniture �#��a��a##aaaaa����"a he had shipiKdfrom Cowley last ^  Thursday. ' He cannot understand why it did'nt reach here in two days at least. Nearly a week to bring ] cars eighty miles seems to bo slow \ tranoportation, i ^ Dr. Crang has been nominated in Strathcona as the Con.sx-rvative candidate tor the Commons. Tailof Msds Cl^thM : S GUazing Graining i I W. M. BARBER | Painter and  Decorator J Carriftgo Painting a siJoci.iliy ^ Kalsoniining Paiieriiaiiging J  From now until March 1st we will give you your * I choice of ai\y Suit in the window from $23.00 on   to $25.00. These prices c&n't last, so get your * I Suits now while Ih^y arc cheap.  ed with C. F. P. Conyliearo, K.C.,{ ----- - - . , - ^ ^. in the practice of law. He .eachedi and has earned the reputation of "c- ^^.^.^ ^^.^i^^ Toronto, where ho has ing a first-class machinist. ... r. ii Ifracti.sing for ton yrai's, TiifcS- Frit7, ^ick IS at It again. Bound-, t,,,^ ,,,,,,ine-. Mr, Jone.s i.s a .young less faith in Ijothbridge ami tho , f rec'otrni/t^l nhilitv In To- growlh or the Lethbridge Brewing; ^^^i^'^^J^'^.ti^l-shi . wUh H. Co 8 business com|�ls him to in-,K irwin, K. C, Clerk of tho Peace vest several thousand'^dollars m a y^..^ Oounly. Mr. .lones is a two storey brick stable, forty joet| j,^.,. .Septimii.s Jones, for long by twenty foot wide. It wi 11 bo t,,^, chureh of erected just west of the bottling, i{,,|ee,,er, Toronto. Ho has been works, and will bo one of the linest|j, ,.,,,t i^.f^,^^^ a ex- stables m town Work has already ,,^.,,,,1,^^,,^. Toronto Mall and commenced on tho oxcnvation.s. icmpiiv, speaking of Mr. Jones' de- Sherlock Fi-eeinan &. (!o. are muk- parture from that city, says; "Tho ing extehsivo alterations to their'.groat west continues to take its toll store. The.v have f�ith in the future of Toronto's promising .'(oung men. of lethbridge, and want to keep pace j Among the latest to go is Mr. H. >vah the town's growth. Plato gla.ss i Morton .lonos, one of the best known windows are to bo put in, and a j iircniber.s of the junior bar, who goes now silent salesman will bo placed on to it imiLnership at Ixalibridge, the south side of tho store. The of-|Altu. flu will l:c Rieatly missed, fice has been moved to the centre, not only in loffnl circles, but in sdc-When the niterationfl are completed, ial, nni.sical ami Masonic circles. As tho store will be completely changed one of tho e.xocirtive of tho Mciidela-in appcaranco. , , |.�lu)ii clioii, ho has l>ccn imdefatig- A magnlflcont'grandfatht>r's dock ; able." adorns a prominent plac