Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
Ifiome BWMers City or Country! Idea^ Alfalfa Farm, fenced and buildings, a snap at.....$1.1.00 f Good Wheat Lands, as yet, only........................$8.00 640 acre4, mostiy cultivated, 200 acres in wheat, good build-ingaj dose to town, on Sfacleod-Calgary line, worth $25,-0(X), can be had for.....................116,000, good terms _ Banches, Irrigated Lands, Coal Lands, Timber Limits. * ANYTHING - ANYWHERE INVESTORS We can direct you to a few Good Buys in the City of Lethbridge O.S.KNISELY Agent North American Land Co. *.'�v�v�.� �.�u�v^� ��^�� .a-MVAivft ^\Jt - I BALMORAL HOTEL LETHBRIDGE BIG BARGAINS IN STOVES 18 "Souvenir" Stoves eoing at cost. Our stock of Stoves is far too big, and we must reduce it io make room for other goods. Everybody knows the "Souvenir" Stoves, and we will mutch -them against any other make for workmanship, l>aking and lasting qualities. At these prices tliey make a bargain you cannot a&rd to miss: Souvenir Cook, was $45,00, now...............$35 00 Souvenir Cook, was 143.00, now...............$34 0() Souvenir Cook, was $48.00. now...............$3f> 0(> Come in and s�^ them--it won't cost you'a cent. Remember there are only 18. Small stoves from $7.50 to $17.00. THE CENTRAL HARDWARE G. L. VROOMAN STORE 'royal V hotel! TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Ptoptietors| Rates $1.50 and $2.00 |wr Day FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE R(X)MS IN CONNECTION SCENES IN TRISCO After the Eailnquake _ Shattered Ci^y INSURANCE RATeT TO GO UP Ghouls Shot Without a Trial-City Bein^ Rebuilt Rapidly. I San Francisco, Api'M 26.-A grand .scheiiw has t)oon doviso^l for' the buif(1i�g of (the new San Francisco, a city of 'Jxjautiful ibiiilitings, terraces, boulovuwis, 'green parks and play groiimls and gardens. Ci�y KneiiiKwr 'J%omas P. Woodward, wiho is working his plans into shape, faces a .stupendous task. Pei-Kotml holdings will nt cver>-i!hing taken toy the mtin-ieipality will be regularly pa'i'd for. One prominent feature (A Mr. Wootl-ward's comprehensive scheme is the widemng of Van Ness avenue into a inagnincciit boulevard. To this end he proposes the acqutsitioti of the I city througii condemnaMon proceed-r,h,>�mn .Vnril >0 -The TrUiuno^' choice residence savs: "-^here'fiU b'e a letrLT P^f^, the fuM length of Van Ness must.be mado. 'of the courts. Uarkct stnMt will be left as it is, so will Third and otlior streets bhat vpere repaired by the city aufhorities i(ibort ly before the eartlvquake, but the commission and wholesale .Elections will he radically altered, both-in width and course. Defore another month is past. Market street will be lincjl wMh temporary strircturos. 'i*o Olaus Hpivckk-s Ibuikiing',. iJie Be Young �bi/il'ding, tljo 'Shreve 'building, tlic Denver, Col.. April 26.-Charlea .Sinibh, who was eiiivloyed in'the circulation dcpartnvsnt of the San J'"rancisco Chronicle, and who is en routo lo I'fl'tshurg, I'a., gave the iolliowing actount of the summary o.xocution of a gh-oul which he wiii-nesse;!: '! w-na in lai:e wa.s uscl>- expewse. rings on t-h�m. T)kv feave him. time I W'th thow as a nucleus. tJici-o is to r,jvi%-e, and ralKd two soldiers. ef/'on. "^V"'* ^ �i-he latter took him oul, sioo:! him d'stnc s (,i five c.ty �hould not ogain.9t tlie wall of a building ond '1* ro-esteblish'ear is past. PKsnty C. L. Oooding. of -Norfolk, Va,'o* outs.de caprtnl is assured nn-sai�^� fabled their agents here to I .-ed a do.iiar a loaf fur broad. le"'"" ""ce in wus the rfvarred trunk of tho grawn iniiinv filial onou iielil i'lic iihtar in 'IIk- temple at Shui Tai, Vhf fiiin.s of in'Sh iiicen.se and Pac-ivii punks (\i>ss sticks) curlwl skyward. y)i till- jir�))Mui orv oni-riicg that no 11-..fi-nce to vhviy �ditny mogM bring a nscunvaou ol Ui* i*v>.tttii*r. ?;o ili.'^ail ha� oy*'ri(x)kf�l )' l-ait'hfu] Chi-��>�?, wIb*) piett4ed lur urt'i'o.v jti i-e-iMir �f lire 35.,0�JO .of 'LhtHl- .lovinuy- men mmiff iiontteXfiias iby (rtic lwUi.-..iBt. 'IJvi laaeiijiug ;iwPVioe 'look pVu'ie in Vl-imrlcy jviacp, -.w^joi-e Qnco f on the richest i>os� Jiwusc iQ^ ;Sftn jl''ji.in-liFco'w t'iii'UPSrs .00 Doomed Mces- � ^98 to Bit 68 Toadies'and Cents Solid Gold Watches, Highest-grade Movements, worth $50.00 to $140.00 Doomed Prices ... 822 68 to 88388 CLOCKS $1.25 ALARM CLOCKS Doomed* to go at.................48c. !ji4.50 EIOHT-lDAy CLOCKS Doomed Price.............. 8196 Big Assortment of MARBLE, ONYX and BRONZE MANTEL CLOCKS, Cathf�lral Gong, f hour Strike, worth $10.00 to 14500 Doomed PriceS... ^ 8436 to 82166 Ohe GRANDFATHER CL'OCK, worth 1150.00 Doomed Price.................. 888.00 Regular $5.00, $6.00, and $7.00 Clocks ' Doomed to go at ... ........... f 2.96 Diamonds, Silverware; Cnt Glass, Canes, Umbrellas, Kpes, Toilet Sets, &c., At Less than Cost of Production. CfaainSrRingSpAde One Big Lot Ladies' 'and Oihts' GOLD worth $3.50 to $5.00 Doomed Price.................. One Big Lot of FOBS worth $2.00 to $2.50 Doomed Price - CHAINS. .........81.86 and CHATKLAINE8. ......86c. One Big Lot of Ladies' and Gents' PLAIN GOLD and FANCY RINGS, worth $3.50 to #6.00 Doomed Price........... ....... ____ 8186 Op'tiqal Goode Gold-Framed Glasses and Speotaclea,"worth $5.00 Doomed Price.................... ^1.16 i � � � Big Assortment of LETHBRIDGE SOUVENIRS Wright's Price, 50c. to $1.00 Doomed Price..... ........ ......tOe. Graphophones Doomed Price $28.00 Edison Graphophones........... 812-88 $15.00 Berliness Gram a-Phone ........ ^4.83 50c. Edison Records DOOmed at 2fl|e. 35c. Columbia Records , IBiC- 50c. Berliness 7-inch Plates , ISO. $1.00 Berliuess 10-incb Plates , 290 A MIGHTY MOVEMENT of all Goods. NOTHING RESERVED. All must be turned into money in 10 DATS. All Goods will be marked in LARGE PLAIN FIGURES, and at such Low Prices as will move the Stock quickly. IT WILL PAT YOU to come 100 mUes to visit this Great Sale of Lethbridge's Largest and Finest Jewellery Stock. BEWARE of unscrupulous merchants who may piit up a sign in an effort to mislead you and mix you up. MAKE NO MISTAKE I Watch for the BIG SIGNS and R. A. WRIGHT'S NAME over the door. OPENING DAYS: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Monday^ Hay 3rd, 4th, 5th, ft 7th, and Positively Closes in 10 pays. of Toronto. MATES FIXED FOR FALL FAIR. TOOT VOrR OWN IfORV. you toot your li'Ltlo itoo'U!l"and thoti lay uH'nle your horn, ton short ciay.s t'hcro's iK>t a soul will know that you are born; Tlio man H'ho gatliors iiurnpkin.s is liui man w.ho p 1 oughs at I >Aay � | Anil 'thb iwan who keeps aihumping, i'>e t'lK! man nho makes it pay. Tlvo iiwn who ndvcpl'isMi witih a short In nil liklihooU Iho iJslli-ljri'Jgc Full I'air uill lie il>ol. Thusic arc t'ho . J. WhMiK'y, \V. A., Hamilton iin.-| H. il. Fairdekl will'Swfc^A'r or to arrangu aho exhilwWon lor thoso 'days. TJio diii't'tors favor tin* e.'staljUfili-ineirt of a poultry bix^Kliog in�d fat-lejiiiife' s-Lntion in AMjei'ta. (iirectiir.s pxpi-ossefl regret at ri.si'gination t Itov. O. J. C. W'h'i'lo from tlia thrcctorale. I'Vw alterations \vos, W. O. llutton. Cttttki, G. C. Heniclryk. S.heep awl Hwine, U. Tiflin. ' I'ouRrv, .1. W. Ilawden. C!hi�,ses in Hall-W. SI. Fftirnekl, J>. .1. Uhilnoy, JI, H. McCIuro, .1. iVshcroft and Mrs. U. II. .lolinston. OUEAT VICTORY FOR CANADIAN Athens, Sberritig, �Ortvcc, May 2.-William READ lAPHAItDTS AD. (Jet your eye on Ijii>lvardt's hnlf-pafce udvl, liis barijoins in ./ertv'l'y are asttoundiiig). Read every Une, a.s it Tn.-ian.s a ibi'g .savint; to yon. VISIT OF M. I.. AS. Early in tl>e week, it lookclaimH5 .the f,:Utor ^'"'''^'^ 'onsiderably �iWuse it drd'nt work. inorenii�l. man who got� the bu��noss has fn the. thildron's floww .gai^ton toMipirtitioii the .size at eai'deu 'was roduc.(xl to'-'lOO �c|uarc 'feet,; and prizes div $6, ai^n /oikI ^3. : Ago 10 years or .ui>di\ ' ' ' 1; $10 modal to.vW. R. Jamlcson, and S5 i-aHii, for t'he 'Ijcst coll from ,. the rovdstcrs Altamont 'ana|>cr from to day quite full. plans bis adwpti.^i'ng thoughtful soi't of way. kecpti foi, can withstand a KUii,'k'n Hhoek, .\ni\, lik� 'the man of ttcripture, plants hiiKbumnesR on 'a rocks Aiwl He Awl Uo a he the Marwthbn race in jnostorday.'n events, tt was bho ino�t exciting event of the (toy, and ttic rosult ^ras not known until t'hO'race hod flnisih-cd. Hhei-ring had .tcndily crept upon his loagii.slaturt' is likc'ly to si't longer thorn was a�fcicip�.tc�:l. 'IVio matter is unilecidecl at- present, but a idcci'S-ion, one way or the olihor, will bo m�orn. And nioKt folk� know tihe nmn is slow, who toototh nut his horn. ro.ws, . There nre also ttie two *10 prizes offered by O. Rt liowman and I>. ..I. W'hi'tnoytogether /with five years fiiriwcripijion to llic News 'and 'UW� Herald, in connection wi't4i tree piniiti'ni?. The foll�wii>g m-m' nj>j)ointml ,to superintend the various dcpartnteitta It is exptiotod t4�at-tits city charter will 'get throitgh the IjOifisla'ture this we�(k. U i� rouxiy for the 'third rwnding.- .1. 8. WilliHon, formerly editor ol the T'orouio (]Mm>, is to iie given the .iogri>c of I...L.I>. by Qucon's Vni-vorsity, KingMon. , Aik fMT.MlMri'i taktM oilier. kieep MiMrd's LlHiflwiit in the HoHse. Seed Potatoes For Sale lilarly Rt)se(Retl), and Peerless (White), in large or small V^anti-tier, at *i.50 per 100 lb. Sacks, f.o.b., Magrath. HARKEH CO. MAORATH Af-BEBTA TURKEY RED SEED WWEAT. I have 4,000 busholfi extra One Turkey Red seed wheat for sale at my granary near Oardaton. This wheat has been gradod No. 1 Northern by the (Sovnrhmont inftpector at (Calgary, is perfectly pure and clean, kernels large and full, and of vory best tpiality. Have raised' 50 bushels per acre of tfoia variety on my own promitMs. For price and ptfrtic-ulars, address Ij. II. .Toltiff, Card-ston, Alborta, or leave orders for seo.'! with C. W. Cray, Hardware, lethbridge Alberta. IRRIGATION REGUUnONS While cViinbingj.^a .tree near Mc-Orenry. Man., lo rob an owl's licst, .John W'fggiins h�*l iiis right eye torn fron> bis head by t'ho 'bird'in a furious fk^fenco le gathering, l W. AI'PLEBY, Secretary. Eiglcslllotice NOTICE is hereby given that in connection with all applloaiiona for the acquirement of rigiils under t4iii Northwest Irrigation Act, there will in future be rcquirod, in additSon to any survey that ina.v he nuaide by )he applicant, a preliminary sur^icy and location by tho SuperintendMit (K Irrigotion ixjforo any au*bori>a-tioiv for the construction cA 4ha works is isiRUcd, and before auoh survey IB made, t'ho 'applicant will li� required to dcposi't with tfw 8up.�r-intendont of Irrigation �n amounf nwcs.'iary to cover the cost theroif W W. OORV, , . Dcpirty MfDiwter. Departt�to arc roqfiioHtod to render a .statmient of t*�o mime, duly attested, to the underaiftned. t. 11. JOHNSTONE.