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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Picture Postcards A BeaiMtiful N�w AMortment Ju�t In J. J. JOHNSTON -- Drugfjist & Stationer w�ii^ Km�t, ad. Mrs. P. McMullcti haw r�lurno!l to Frank. 1>. Conn cniiio donn from Prj�nk riWny night. J. M. WHHams wns in Ifiom the Little Ilpw this week. P. Colpman has roturnml from o bii.si'iuws trip to Hotitrral. On Monday, April SO, to the wife of UoMnson Bell, twin boys. C. B. Bowman 'dispofiod of t^hroe lUifTeWn s-treot lots this wc�*. Sam Baiivl and Oeo-Talljot are in from the Ijlttio Bow. Misfl Fiosnic Oltogan has ixrturncd Irom a visjt. to eastern pcmts. a. C. Ivos, Mackod, spent Sunday in to^vM tvjth bis son, W. C. lv * TraM(�r Co.. Ltd.. for (ood hay .1. Young, 4ho hide d in lune. A. B. Macdonakl, the �-cil-known Maclood rancher, ii|*cnt a few �days in I own this �-cck. �t. Clair Balfour, one ot the best known young nura �/ HaroiHon, Ont. was in town one day last .w�ek. Or. Clcndennan, of Bdnwatoiv, provinckil liealth officer, w>aintown yesterday inspecting the hospital Rfawabar that tha Wwtani Wm** bouw * Tnaahr Co. yow as iBucb ica oa yon iwivira avwy day. O. O. Simpson, one of the proprietors of the Kootnnay Marble Works was in town last week calling on the local agent, B. C, Moore. The licemic commissioners mot here Tuesday afternoon and granted a license to Irvine and Ivenwrn for the llo.val Hot6l, Tabor. ' D. P. McArlhur, who has the con-tract fur grading on the C. P. K. at Swift Current, was in town tor a few days during the weekr ' The Alherta Hraity Co. sold a house tor J. Howard this w��k. They also soW a quarter section of irpigartcd land. J.'Kirkpatrick. formerly C. P. B. agent, here,, hw been appointed postmaster nt iihe new town ot Chip-man, itoai' Idmo�ton. fj. H- llipley, who has been on the \o�s .ftalT for some -time, left tAiis woek for his ranch on the Little How. Peter KonUi wa* in town lost week lie looks happy, as he is now the jiORSRSsor of fifteen hundred young latiHis on his ranch. C. n. BowiiMn idisposed of two lots on BurdL'tt street, to B. Hoathcotc, the new nvrning insi>ector. Mr. iioath-coic will 'build a residence. W. O. Morton, who . left last night for rndimt UeaKt, where iic 'has taken a position. Mr. Ingram, of Minneapolis, who had an option on the CoaKdale Hotel, did not carry the deal fhrough. He returned to Minneapolis this wxok. Miss Ttobson, Winnipeg, and Miss Pingle, Modicine Hat, who haw been the guests of Miss Belcher at "The Barracks," loll for ISdmonton on Monday. Because he ran as a Labor candidate in Lotibbridgie, F. H. SheroMio has been expelled from the Socialist {�arty ot Canwda by Fernie Local No. 17, .f. Rose and family loft at tho be-Kioning of the week for North Bat-ttoford, a ,r game no-vt .W;odne�day. Peter Patcrson, a lucnilx'r of the Internationaj Board of the United Mine Workers, is hack in town. A nKwting of tJic strikers was held on Tuesday afternoon. Wm. Pro4jcrt and W. P. Russell. f Mi'iil. The annual business ntfvting ot the Wesley Church KpwoiM.h iZmguel will be held wsitA Priday ovcninf.'$lt�ndtng of Pupil The election ot ofiioura and tlis re- ; April-Xsuk'h in ( ceiving of the aanual reports con-1 -- 1 Ktitwte 'the chief *>u!rtr�css. All teiter-i CflNTKAL SCIlt>OL. I f�t�l are ospeotv�rl at .the meeting, j High School rjrpartmont-Stand-' �rd Vlf.-U. lU'ley, H. I-Voestonc, .1. i Virtue. I W. ir. �harpc and family will return to Pincher Crt�k tooiorrow' night. rtoey hav^ bwn here ''inc^'u^^lMlLu'c'^^^^^^^ ,.">^�."''' the iall. the childn^n taking dvant-iJL^'f*'^.*''?V u�U.i;i, " r." age of our schools. They may ra-i^f' i" J'*^"'' J-Macbeth, 1�. *�r� w.. i-.-.r t,au, Jr!*^in""'>"�' Conn, HOLY WRIT mancnt iwidcace. ' l*!S,"'*"*' *^ ^l�^^> " Hciison. At the regular monthly Epworth PUBLIC SCHOOL l>EPABTMEST. League social last Priday evminv. a unique pranrraMme was carried out� The evening' was devotv^l to ��(s,b^8." The privilege to talk was paid for in bca(navi�i, I. tllayzcr, P. en.loyed theni�elvc� inwnenscly. Mose, Jil. Rhorthouse, -O. Link- E. Cook. " Boat Harness asd Saddles.' Try A Bsst*"' ' I rink has lieicm rwit/od, and will Mr. VjA. Hopkins, of Magrath, was usod for tholr pur|>o!�s at present, in t...wn (in Saturday. � i Augusiin's iwprosentatives at '�.I^Hat:wl.eVei;;\,i;'veVpop:S'^^ ^^ Marvv^y, The Boval is aoimc to he ri^fcf .!nJ ^* Hrurison, K. Sick, L. Stevens, .L t^da^' U * ll^^rtL ^- Mcmarmid. K. Lowther, It will have a free bus i ' atcjuarm'ia, k. ix>wtner. Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. A. IluWon, Ihe Provincittl_ S.ytiod will be C. B. jjmwting all traiiia. Thws will be ra^lch^T"'NW^T'^Mc^^^ on April 28, a dauf^fcr. Mrs. Elliott. from Colorado, ; Bowman, R. 13. Sherlock and E. A. rooms in tlw buikting. Every Divides mankind info two cIii�ses-"-Tlie Sheep and tile Goat-Leilibridge sulxlividt's them into pairs iuoum* erable, such as the wiso man and the fool, the square man and tlie f.rook, the knot-ker and the booster, the contented man and thft scrambler into srxiiety, those who buy at Sjige's store and those wIjo don't. 'Niiff said. lyOme in^ out of the '"don'ts." Do yon know what yon are ntisfeingf.. Prepar-tory to extensive alterations in ,o,nr store 'nterior we are ahnpst Civfn( Away many lines in Stationery ""ond : Fancy (ioofls. esijecially China and Japanese wares.  You  know that tliere is not a" cleaner; Tiewfti: or better kept "^1 stock in Alberta, consetiuently you cannot bny-any culletl.. otit nibbish. We must have room, and you will help us > make it. We also want dolJjirs, and we're not ashnined to to deny it, - Cunningham; alternate T. P. Kirk-.has been iiewly furnished and cw^^ i^'"^' ^ . , , , c . 1 1 ham, Geo. W. Ilolj'insoii and B. Mor- ,ed. All the con%'�nicnces of a mod- with her sister, Mrs. J. Squirrel, at .tones ..... � "w the Balmoral. i rnn, : Mrs. Jon Itccd a�vd iannly desire to onor their hcarti'ul thanks tot/he! T. li.-Miller, who has tnen jern hotel will he supplied the pat- Potatoes can ba had from us ha -ivLSSr ^'^""^ Ancient Order of Poro�U>rs, the Old- operator at t*e C. P. K. .depot, bas stone. M. MacLeod. L Schwoitasr. K.! Kirkitanl; O. ttowe, T. Crofts, A.' Naism^.th.- V. Uooley. �. McEwen. L.  hi De V�ber. A. Heodersoa, A. I>ow�ctt. W F Kusfwl maneiicr of the Tah- opening op, had his leg broken license applications |ron� that"'"T' ^- l>ovi'2ft, C. McNai!:>b, R. was in town over Su'turday Sunday. There was a parly at .T. McTag- "'."T. "�'' ""y �mi.i��rvu wic umi, 8�irt's rosidenco at Stafford last wwek ^^sn^-nour shiKs, Agjent Moo enterprise undcrtakc'n hv �vhmt com- i in honor of Herman Kosein, prior to ^* ten men m the sarvico pany. * Coot. Iws departure for Alaska. i Theodore M, Knappen, secretary of Jr-'can Maclood, Mr. S. H. Harrop, roanoecr of the' ' W Herbert and Messrs. the West�rn GaiMdian Imiai�ra*ion;2i-2!^'� H?�'"',,.*t?'� Barker & Co. store, of Magrath, f*""""' a�d Scratch, cf Rocky Cou- Assoc.at-ion. with �. H. Ham. of the 1 Sli^Pv ^ r?^' wrt'h his wile and IJtths daughter, "? town this week. They t'. P. R., hav� arranged tor tAe co�n-I' u-cre in town over the week-end. ,'*Port scp^ng well �dvanced in their ��� of a party of American twws-^"*"�- """"P^f  "P*^ 'district. Anew Methodist church Papor men early in .lune. July and fi*. Merton Dousett, Alice Yesterday was 'the 21.st onniver-' mil protjaWy be built in that local- August or September llie ntbsa ^''^'''ew Stratton, Mary Hcn- sary of the Iwttle of C.it Knife jty very shortly to accommodate the men coming will compt^se the Cans- t*"*'??'..r'*^'^ Alexander Mil- Croek. Ml Young an-d C. William- growing population. dian Pivss .IssociaWon (Oirtiirittt 'f' Whitney, Hoy Stewart, son took par. in the engagement. , ^ ^ ^^^^^^ ?5?-^^-**-'�L.'L*^W?^^ U.-Susie Oil- ;;;;,t;-i^>�ing -bli^inoss estaliash- Mr. firetuim has iust recovered fi;^ l"Sl!a=M.ckang was hoatea, ^ Ji:^'kX'^"^""^ monts in tilie new town. Rev. hero untii Mr. Owen returns. !an attack of pneumonia. Mr. Mac-' J"="'"VW Audrey Xeale, Arnold Shaw, Ikpnzie will be ir ebiircic of the office ^^'V enjoyable tea on Saturday aftr Arth^jr Greene, Rrna Lamb, Roder-- . " " *^ emoon. Ifies Woolatt teoeivcd with ick McBeth. Erie Stewart. George You Need t^hem in SpriAg Time Builder's Hardware - . Miner's Supplies Carpenter's Tools Blacksmith Supplies Bar Iron, Etc. ^ Ca W. GRAY^ Ths Edmonton Bulletin her sisrter. aiKi Mrs. Chivers. Mrs. McDiarmiid,: Mary Davies, Lucy Cock-says: L. M. Johnstone. Mioa Vrootaanaod erll, Arthur.. Moran. gramme for an address at a Sunday sctiool rally at Edmonton on tho oc- aslon of t'ho meeting of the Alber- ' Northcote. the new subdivision own-, Miss Hardie ta cunf�i�ncc in June. ,ed by Major Belcher.. Lctbbridge. room. The _ Bottineau,handled by Haldane A Co., as sweet peas. stocks and narcissus R. Sloan, Mcpiarmid, J. Pipes, ^ .sole agents, is selling very rapidly, if�re arti.a P,l. Pi�no solos .by Mrs. McLeod, Mrs. p. young. R. Bacon, P. Hill. L he can put in Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, oVd-tiroe , -J residents of North Dakota, are m,�":i town on their way to Wamor, where they have 'taken land, and will make their future home. , ,_____ ... ... __________, ___ Kun�l, Hart has disposed of the Pal- P'*"" ^^^"^ 'c^*"'*' D, Young. R. Bacon. P. Hill. L. Mc- Calo to Mrs. P. H. Falcs, of ,A"�o!'d and Miss Burnett. iLennan, L^ Young, J. W�ddcll, P. But'te, Montana, for t2,00O. Mr. | The teachers of the public school'Htitton. 1. M'iichoU, J. Stafford. J. Hart is going to manage the Imper- held their May association nwetiqg Oilleapie, B. Scoft, C. Proctor, N. ial Hotel at Calgarv, but tefore tak- ^on Tuesday afternoon at the Central GrayRhon. F. Callahan. J. Scott, ing charge, will make a trip to Mas- sohool. The leading feature was a{ Class lU.-L. I^eck. E. Truswell. iv.>.,lP on tho wav from North Da-'sachus^-tts and tho OM Country. Mrs. !paper on 'Methods in 'iWcMng Mis- D. Henderion, I. McAdoo, L. Wnle on uio way irom �orw. _ ^----- _ ------ itdry," given toy Miaa Puree. Teach-jhurat, L. ODt. P. Henderson, L. Bur- crs find considerable dilBculty in rell. E. Whitney, W. Barr, J. Oar- kota to Warner a child was born to llort will remain in town. one of the aetUers^ As tJw twin h^^^ Wm. Henderson has donated two :;-j.Hf,g-^;7^-,];. 8-^i.faet^^^ Pierce, E. Niwn. M ^ .1.^ f'subLt of i*^''''*' *i"P' c^npe^Wlpn ^ �'�-'paper and -th^ ensuing discussion'Thompson. C. CockeriJl, A. Shirley, entered the world as a subject of j^^y ,,^i, o,j,o,.gM the ^-different P^"^,^^ ^,.^.,^1 ^ dilBcul-lB. Button, P. Utt, Ar Anderson, M. Unck; Sam. jClassos in tlie public school--owj Nature study, particularly toor- Rev Wm Allen tlKs voung m'.nis-Birls ond tte other j, ,or some conaWer- ter who is renrosenUng the Metho- the boys. It is likely a pi�b.!at,io, again .this moirth. Plans tor d^^t church 1.?^ Si^ a'djacent' li.c_ ,::lL*n'^! j"*'" I Arbor IMy were discussed. to town, preachod to a lai'ge congregation at Coaldale on Sunday afternoon. the end of th* present term. Wm. Buchanan, of Brockville, Qnt., About twenty of the boys met at representing the St. Lawrence Pur-Prod I'lngles rooms on Saturday ,Hurc Co., was in town on Monday. Quite a number of Letbbridgo lad-'and prcsontcvl Mr. "Bud" He is cm a tour through tho west, ioTwcretheiruestsof Mrs. G. E.Ifcm- '^^"^ '''^^ ^Z^'"'^'' oa�o and an and i^id he had not struck a town eWk at an afternoon tea at 'her f^ gone," aakad the diatiactedhuaband. "1/found this note from \ [ her when I oame home," and he handet]j[tliia note to the nune, \  who read-'Dear Husband, I have |�mt.-BeHe." IG. H. Has matcrlil for Etc. Rcady-to^^j BtoiiMS. ^ 'Labor and Capital and Conciliation" will 'be 'the topic of tho second sermon of the series a^hich the past-. ^ , . , .... or ot Wesley Church is giving on the T�rnbull .n the bereavomenb they general subject. "Christ and Concil-, sustainwi by the'tieath of'their eld-iatloh. It will be given on Sunday �"* daugliter. Miss tecilm, who evMtinw i passed away at the hospital on Sun- ^" iday. She was taken to the hospital laat �oek sullfaring from fmeumonia. S>lic was a 'bright young girl of thirteen, years of age. The funeral 1 J'lk plac on Ti*e.sday. A ehange in the C. P. R. time jtable takes place cn Sunday. The Crow's Nest train from the ea-st will arrive hero at oHghtccn minutes to one in the morninjr. The train for the oast will be duo at 1.40 a.m. The new accommodation train for Calgary starts running next Monday. It will leave here' at 6.45 cv-le, Dave McCaffrey, foreman of tho II. B. ilciyartmcnt of the C. P. R., and Miss Sus e Fox, of at. Mary's, was coiebrnkxl at S>t. IHrtrick's Church by Rev. Father Van T^ihcm. The hride was aUond*-ed by MikR Nellie Kenny, aiwl t'ho ^room by C. Ward. After the cere-mon> bad 'been pertormcd the bridal I>arty repaired to the Arlington Ito-tol,. where an elaborate wadding dinner was served in Mine Host Roon'> ey's best style. Mr. and Mrs. Mc-Oaflrey, who have heon loaded with congratulations from their boat of friwds, will reside at St. af�ry'�. to have my kimona  stoni THE HARDWARE MERCHANT '^i: >t :>t >r >t : z:^ TELEPHONE 66 lllllllllllllllHllllllllllll CONFIDENTIAL members of this orgianiaation. Mlaat-cr .fas. Kenny, the president, was at t'he hewd of the table, around which sat seventeen young fellowa. Mrs. Geo. IT. Johnaton, iMio luw been very kind to tlte bpys, -Wiaa tho t-ecipinnt cA' a gift during the �v�n-ihg. The boys have a very ooay little lodge room, and moat ot their spare moments are spent therer A very sad death waa that of Mrs.) Irwin, wife of Inspector Irwin, of! the R. N. W. M. P., at Oardvton. on S'unday last. Mr. Irwin baa. h�m ill for some weeks with pneumonia, and his wife, who had -been faithfully nursing, contracted the di-seaae. and in her weakened coudit'ion succunnbod after a few days illneas. Tho funeral took place here on Tucaday. 'being conducted by Rev. J. S. Chivers. The jiall-^iearers were Superintend- Ascroft. STANDAIU) I., PRIMARY JR. IVrt I., Class I.-c. Bacon. N. Macleod, O. Hyssop, J. McKay, C. aUfToriJ. M.'O'lliagan, F. HagcM, i>. Morris; W. Leek, G. Au'derson,, H. Davis. E. Sinclair. , Class II.-E. Goodman. �. Pipjs, >U. S.ihdltam, W. Sharp. J. Sharp, A. I^iving^tonc. H, Hutchinson, W. Sawchuk. W. Di.xon, L. Sick. C. Al-tham. W. Ilced. Class ill.-W. Thompson. B, T.i'.-�bot, V/ Brown. J. Strattoa. II. Goodman. M. Jnrvis, B. Niven, K. Southard. M. Kinniburgh, M. Sinclair, J. lllingston, V. Virtue, R. Scott. F. Woodcock. �. Scott. Class IV.-v. U'ftderwood, C. Ellyn, K. Hamilton, L. lYiompson, A. Sea^ njon, M. Perry, Marie Seaman, M. Youiift. B. Sandham, F. Humphries, ILvid Seaman. '. A. Proctor, N. Tun�bal."T. lewis. .1. Sawrhuk. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL. Standam II.-M. Kcir, S. Stolz, i A. tiOgan, H. McNulty, G. Watson, ' M. McKenzie. M. Nimnions. M. Hyssop. J. McLean, A. McNab, U. Sprout.'L. Cain, A. Hyssop, J. Gra-'ham, W, Pitney A. Harvio, T. Bus-sell. M. Waters. .1. Hur.si, T. Powell, .r. Powell, S. Hopkins. Srtaiidard I., Part II.-M. Wash-brook, V. McGuffin, T. Watson. N. McGuftln, M. l.ogati, B. Boulton, A. Hurst, If. Main, M. Tiiiims, M. Vere, .1. Vere. STANDARD 1., PRIMARY. Part I., Class IV.-L. McNabb, J. MtTaggait, W. Cain. T. Gardener, H. Hopciatt, P. Sprout, B: Scott, A. Riley, K. Bulmcr, A. Waters, J. Riley. Cliis-s IJ1.-.E. Clark. H. Brunncr. A. Watmough, 10. Boulton, G. Hys-M. Kerr, W. Franke. M. Don- A propositioi) has Iteeii pliuied witli us for sale tltat will yield immense protita to the piirchuBer. We Itave Vjeen iii-stiiicted not to mention what it is or who is selling for reasons which can be satisfactorily explained. This investment will require an outlay of 11. part Cash, balance 30 days. The profits on this will rnn into the thousands. Willyou bo first to buy. or first to regretV J\. m. mcQueeit� Co mo:o:o:o:or>:o:o:o'o o.oToroxTo (i;o;o.o.oo 0.0.0.0.0:0 o.o'oTo.oToTO  New Goods Just Placed in Stock: i  aldsourb."Peacock, M. Dancoisne, ent' Primroses Maclood; Superintend-l-^'^^'^ij,;-^; 7 "Sp^^^^ j, jvsrko ent Wilson, Lothbndgc; Inapeotor *p.*r^i/^V Harvic M Lo�an, B. Stearns. Macleod: Inspector ^ies ^vS^^/m. Hyssop. C. NelrtSn. W. and Mi^srs. Paterson and Cotter. ^J^^;,,";. Cox, O. l-eacock. G. Bui-Mrs. Irwin, who h�rfore 'her n�arrla|^, ^^^^-^-p jjusseii, G. Waters, M. Tomi, M. Eaton, E. Hopcraft. Class J.-K. Pap, p. Bell, D. Saxon, R. itichic. G. Boneoiane, M. Crook, S. Vere. A. Vere. U. Humt, A. Foster. B. Moore, K. Bradbeer. John Horvie, Jeanle Harvie, A. Sprout. . lived i� Sto��ewall, Man., her nwidm name being Miss I^octor. leaves three sons, as wwIl as her huatend, to mourn her suRON.S. BLACK SATEEN APRONS. VEILINGS, TIES, COLLARS. SCARFS AND PLASTRONS, EMBROIDERIES AND ALL-OVER EMBROIDERIES. { N^fv patterns in Dress Goods. Prints. GinfhMts.^| Muslins. Corsets and Girdles received Today TWO FJ>l'l'Ott8 VISIT liETHBRIDOE is the best remedy on eartk. JOSEPH A. 8XOW. Norway. Me. There are ,-few newsier or lietter conductod newspapers 'in Al�jei*a than the Blairmore Timas and the . Clarcshplm Beviow. The men who IJMIMENT Ihe nllalrs of these weeklies The Bentley O. 8. H��chka�s, Clareshalm, and, n. J. Mattaeson, Blairmore, sp��t: ^ T<.�aday �� town, and the.v an! ^'^!__ M i��or�.iitintt to ntect as then l�ap-, ~ Wliolosale-antl Retail Lethbrid({e. Alia. as itttorcst'ing to ntect un i-".- ,-, fcitd. Mr. Hotchkiss is rpsvclwl in Detroit, Mich. Ho is a crs. Mntiheson hopes to soc! the day . ..- u... un-i,^,, of imlo knowledge, and it all Iwhon tlx! pass towns will be nici-g- Bellevue t'hing the ei. only three buildings ar* now ataAd-, i'^d f numL iX^^^^r: ^^1'^^^^^ """s'Hens a min- ';n7"thePa;;:"�;.Jhe.de:...r.^^^^ and a T'*',�'2J.*'"r~*^ is a native of Canada,distriet, while Mr. Hotehkiss eiuourfl��.ment the citizens of .imfe/ SlJinioS 1A� wrwklt. ' ,"uV hefon. locating in Claivrtiolm, ^ tAs to a band of fall-wheat rais- busy �*ion can oO�. with happy and proaper- ^.h^^aetor. I\tna4la. His pajwr is doing mut*V ;