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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIMB HERALD �uu ibeWeve IVnnff of the. stockmen ami net Apart land H�l. that in not tolng hontcatroded for !� ported of years for gi-ar.hig P"r]trwi t)Km%o wVlMhirt th president; T. J. O'Brien, vioe-presl* 'dent: Spcncu Young, secretary, and Carl Campion, treu�mx'i'. When the M. L. -A.> vWHiero.l m.Uie ^ football at New ltatn|�len P�rk, Utaagow, xm Saturday. Scotland bent England l>y two goals to one ami in so doing scored their 10th victory in the coui^c of 8$ matches between the two countries, �.url uvl l-fclng iChM to claim 11 wltuf, kind eltfht of the contests having ended in drawn games. The success of the Scotsmen w*s toy no means expected', but the home ^"TVSZ"* H Canada should.te thrashed ^ ^ V� ul at the first opportunity given the r^ , allowed to people to voice their opinions. 2 . Mor,w,-v 0,"fh, '� ^ the spurs >e ga,c rt,nftllnllv, It is all verv wvll for the extern P *ur*ly ,,K,,� is ft �'�|N|(>,. ((( f . wa ii |8 e�|a- I* in the grasp o onegreat �. is nearly ns Ion* a, tho Pass Leavings and Maeleod 'uw,*0,," the western tmsin?>>s man will �_ , . ' i itself. An o,sv re--ts with the - "Talk a�,, ] ,aK ahout your seismc disturb fact. manufacturer. .,. o. will ^�l'n'n /,hl''n*^ rail- nnees.;' rct,�rk�l Trutt.ft.ljT cater to that tra* as much as any '� �*��,v' ,0 ^�, ^ \* J*!" {"ff 'UT'T R"1 �' ClJb. *Th Senator Lo�Kbeeomlnion � h,� V JXOV�* co�^'*"'ts of,�n IVImonton will take a tumtdo virtnany threw the ,v,t ..ortion aW,n ^ZJ^J^ Z?t,n^ its virjtln pr�irle into the lap of the n,v Mll>�- >M-tlo towns, l*. I�. 11. when it luiiit its Wne Mf CAIT flCTORY. - thronifh the west. ! .1 Hill offers! � ��- vilul> "mt'U Put I took'� ...,,, 0ny kind. A man who has faith ^ cora,,^^ ^ ^ ^Tl^^^ ^h,n *.s country .o^n, IMUch C^^S,?^ -- |^ ^Affi1^ .... ^wm taiirt to (o thk. .I,8t then I large centres with railrowd cotnpe- "� eny limns. --------- # feet.' ^I^ManT^Li^!'^ 4lt*on I. worthy of all the encour- J'". 0R?,nM nn ,�t�n note when he said Canada should "a'i ��^'s up its sKvw thnt nmde it welcome all the Aim�rlcan capital ,ft 5",T wLnnt'r-' i When the pro* ince was created, u milt'ons on a railroad to o|k>ii up wit*i of thv� pri/.e ns it wouM have � ^tim ***** -\r"* Ti ih,,r�4."8e,.%n "sck> "Mm 15 j : GOSSIP ON THE SIDE Ttiiier feet.  As that ball passed the batter m�  plate gave a mighty heave ami  Jumped over right under where the  ball was cleaving its way ^ Vision, bir^U was right.' "nuMors." On, of them. Mr U�r-! ^ ^ |m officers as under: arroll, Ksi|.; Cap. SccnUary, l-Jd-Treasurer, Tho* i!rit,,H theTivrnment at OMawa T� �* J��u'nTT wn"n WM?i.own ,w Mr |i�rrop. frrkiamn. CommMtee-C. MclW. Si *: puniM^i by the pro,*.. .^V i^t^^ Mvn ,hat "f -'-J^- *' � Mi,U'r' CABINET MINISTER WANTED. Tin- \lt>"it� tJoveriiment must not I ha I Oalpnrv �,s up against the worst: , ^ Sw.,,tttrv would tv fihK, lM kin-l of a Vn,v^,unn. ami had nt a vom)i nmn *Jng no,llv.(r>llTaM,I\|ea,} communicate With other clubs with ,Jr" '.*. .,...., i, .........policeman the i.ther ni�ht. Tins'1 vl** �*� arrang The .'npitiil. i�>\erlhi'l����. have h>en nmr' convonieirt tiitilt I '�'�i�K i Tnollee- (Thursday evening, when the follow "\ ".* nmn n.>t�lieil him. Kxplnnatlons were ing olhcers were elected: 1 ul .. _____. 1 ii___ ___. .____ __* *^ lurr-t thai this province runs I clow [ ^ ,ta fl y[ h, I ml |�y., thv .be main line of Uk> C. P. 11 The liw ,1kuios u. ,he ,vn,v ,f �� ^ �"j J,� ^ �^�rh --�h scrns to 1* getting ^ ��� M "av Z'i ""'a - "'�" him. ' Kxplana5,ons wen, ,.,ce, wen, ..c^ the back )ust now itll , lhe |TO|,K. ol th. prov. Jf ^ v ( | (.^J^-^ Bpr^*"Cn,y. as populous and Just as progressive 1 nee. as the north, with all resjiect to' The Herald favonsl ttantT us the 'iiecehK to thv ritiMim. n |>nrk local-! Captain. Fred Oow i-.l i ho it would l.v tlu- i>in~�t recrea- Manager, J. P. Itodgers. the fellow, who boast of *, country 'ZTJ^KM- ^ � A" ^ Kxvcutivo- Messrs. Portcous. Staf lor it wmiKI tie i-Uis-e lo the Oow, Hodgers and Dr. Stew .nlgh.y soon, if It ,*nccts ,o retain ^ �r2n SalX^iT* T * hm"P l� W' Vr�T i '0,'nt,"� _________- -- favor with the people of iho sunny llWMMV of llK.ati�n. was away from ;?' '"'^.JJ co^f, AWhf" I'"1 UH ft "v south. U to put into the CaWoet a the commercial corporation hi-, t ^ in their match whh the represent.,,. o, - ex^jteces,^^ .earn. Tho fhia, -----At pn-seirt every mem�)cr C(ifilmofMon onf, riwr country. he w,sH on a hustle to heat. Pr,b-1 rounding^o VpT-nd w!fl ory on fast Medilitical life. il'r*�- ,1,noSu," I* at haxeba practice every V,.n the south be represented?____ Jir�r...1.K,tre.- arth Charles II. Bow-l,|nv w\-|Bo�vtav and Fridav �li�h�� The Cabinet governs the province -- I man. 1 ,,, inclined to rate hlm| ' ' "�laT'*S ntHl h>Wo> tti8h'�- t^ween �-.�ions of the Legislature. EDITORIAL NOTES. i ahead of iWy of.tlw others. Ifaxto* * , TJV -T.nMi nviKJ. ,,�un!c.p,,| ,n.ycloiKdi�.andtoWmls noVIXClAI. SAllBATII M* the south wants art l�wt one - , r,|jArJ ,,, ,|mwUon, nln)ul tMW , SCHOOL CONVENTION voice at the council taLfe. It is all | Tt,,. po|i(V have been summoned toller rnh-s. frontage taxes and the " " The Provincial Sabbath school ., - , , .convention was hold last week at Occasionally J jt, | Delegates wero present of the cabinet lives wrthin the dis- Calgary, and frotn the Htoodpoint irf , h . 1-v>n . nraU>---.....--------- --------- trict between the main line of the C | ehe.,WpW, nothing is of greater im- tv' ^/"Ur wl '"7 '�|?S,p^Sr!K ptaW^H very well to say the Cabinet -is look- [ foroc |w,pi,H ,, oM4>wl school in Sew I Jn�"��>',rahle other matters anVotttoa log after the inuwrth of all All��r- Westminster, It. C. Thev niunt have'!hV R�v*'rn'IM,n' �f." ,iv�'. up-to-date ta. but a. tbe time the people ,hhl.r , lnr ^ 0{ p^pVcunJtJ^^ ______ __________ of the sou* feel that . man ac- ln ,h.t cily or , ca,,,,ss ^ Tt'Q^.^^ i'^^ 1-rts of -the province, an quamted with their m-eds and condl- ,.at>>. h|inK abMltt wino4hhw 0"r other m iT^i^ .!,ri'fr,imil0 WaLSMCi^'.u!: tkms AouW to ..soclated with - .he.v g,, smH^ �Wr & iu w.! mpX. at^^8,j^* l>n*ttk.r Huther/ord In the Oovera- The Herald is in receipt of a copy ^r^tSnaTh^.^r^"^"''^- bridge wo, �preaent*Tn nx^tt of Alt^rta. il( lhe I)nily s^ . new . , Vtown ,', is preH? illdS: l^^80" 'rf J Hugi^on. There is no need of c�v*Ung . new 9Uwl , Xw w�rtmtomerP*PJt , , pen..i,e in" this Vown. MLTSb ^XSn't vxt'^ean^ ^ & imrtfolio The south will be aatii-Lat.kcd fu|| Hve_ put .-� ,� ,. . f i � ! _ ^ ; l�*oged in Uio light of uhe day tion. We f,>i that if Vernier iLth- Z^Z^Z\Z "own " " " ?' �� ^ WM crforj rw nml fl(thy GIVE THEM A GOOD TIME. dine in an arm chair and say. voh. distributed. Mr. Austin was aleo we may grow a little hit. hut M-t Jmw| Bupi,rjnt�odeiit of the Teach-much.'' On tin' oilier hand he re- 'rraining u�p�rUuent. nlires Ix�thbridxes excellent loca�!on nev. w. C. Merritt, of Taeomn, as a -liualncHS eenttv?, and thinks it 4s Waah.. was present, and addod great-only a nwitter of course when tnis ,v %0 4)w lntcrwrt Mm� seaaKins by place will i* a good sized crty. Mr. hls inapi^ng ^aJresNCfl and helpful llowmnn has i-�en here almost ulrw h|n, on j^bbath school iwrthods. the town started, and has'nt |-i�t An address on "Oiscipline" hy Mr faith Irt it for a imnnent. He has ,Wutchart. superintendent ol the First , , . - .......- I seen it grow from a solely u.inir-g Methodist Sunday School at Bdmon- !ton, should be ropeated in every MUtu legislature a royal 't.u,(kH, ,,y ,lie w.lw�.. """ ;ion on the occasion of their visit, i _ tural community What will tho nil. |Sabbath and day school in tho prov-ore bo? Naturally with the advi.ifto jnc�; it was a masterpiece. A field . nllll..>Bst wwapaper men I ' ' j.S�n Francisco. The Pnitod States Sincra-; buildings The Jo sonwihing nixl lie NnmWwdy. lion't knoT>i man bearing that name bo defeated , ,mnt C((ir,,v, Wm. Oliver, of 0*- ...................,: 2 .ReBuiejitiul Mb on Round street........................._............. 2 Residential lots on Cfrttbb street......;.................... 1 Residential lots on Furl street................... ................. 1 Business lot on Ford street...........'*.............K............... 11 choice Residential lots corner Argyle and Westminister^.____...... 5 ohoiee Residential ]oU> corner Redpnth and Westminister, facing East. 2 storey house in good repair, Barns, Corrrtlls and i acre land all fenced, on Burdttt St.... 3000 00 Dig In nnd Buy Now, before the C. P. R. Starts Work . .n..... 500 00 ........ 600 00 600 00' .......; 600 00 ......... 400 00 . 1200 00, snap ...... 1000 00 C. B. BOWMRN Real Estate Loans and Insurance Agency LETHBRIDQE The Problem Of the Clothing Business is perplexing. Can you solve it? Some merchants sell goods at high prices on their reputation. Others claim that Price is the thing. We say CLOTHING MADE RIGHT AT THE RIGHT PRICE Is whnt you want, and that is what we are showing There is one point of excellence in our PICCADILLY CLOTHING Which wo wish to draw special attention to, that is, there is nothing Imp-hazard about them, every garment has the style axi> swiso which catches the eye and is n trade winner for us. PitvAuii.t.v Clothing contains all the elements of quality, coupled with modest pricing. It does not hurt our pride one bit to confess that Pk-caimi.i.y Suits at $M, $10, $12 and $1.*> We want a chance to figure on your || SELLING AGENTS FOR |; Canada Foundry Co.. steam pumpc i. Gurnoy Foundry Co., steam and hot water CASTING AND MACHINE WORK |J o^.^ ck\t-oii ITi'iis luHt wM'k ahut Mi'h. Murk Driimni wan ampng tho jwikuiik a-liu lost thoir livt-h in tho carthquaka ilisaatcr at fian Francisco. How tho iniHtako couhl havn licen ma-.voixl coniprohcnKlon, an Mrn. Drumni r of lha Lvlhtii'hlgn Jlonil.l iK to hand, containing reporta of tht' San FranciKto calamity. W. A. ituchanan, lalu of tha Journal here in on.-* oi the puhliiohers of tha Her-afcl, ami tho peoplo of LethbrkliP aro to tx� cowgr�tulalad on having Kuch ereterpriwing newspai^r men in their midst. 'W���y were certainly up-toKlate in puhliBhing tho extra edition, which giavo extended roporte. Tha Toronto OIoUb: Tlw utory of the Knn Francisco flro was of very MM-riid liifivht" to the tens thous-iiivIh d( AiiK.'i'icn'ns in tho Cariadiait West. The l>'thl)r�dK� HeraM, a wvi'Uiy, with romnu'iKlaWo enter-prlwv iwntitl a daily wlitlon on Wt�d-iiesduy, Thiiiwlay and Friday of laal �wk, whii'li save ihn fire story froim iitiur to Innir. A soop factory will he ostal)IU�h�l at Saskatoon by .1. I1. Hall. Willow Orty, N. nml K. O. |\irry, Mln-nonptilis. has complot�l arrangomipnti* to huihl a liisciiit factory at Calgary, the Investment being aoout $00,000. ;