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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta THE McKENZlE BRANDON Flower and Garden Seeds -AT-- JohostOD's Druji Store  HovMckaniAg - RM�i�it*�   Watab. Kmu'm mi. Orains for sale cheap at tbe Brewery. C. A. MaRrath was in Oa>lgary this week. ' Boat Uai-neaet ud Saddlea. Try A. �MtOD. J, Arnold h�s purchased D. ''rcl-gl.'toh's house. Mrs, Geo, Rogers has rcfturned from Winnipeg. The Brick Co. conunonooi maki'ng brick on Monday. On Friday, M�y 4lli, to the yfite of Jlerlwrt Ott, a son, S. .1. Layton, ot Tabor, wofi in F�dntontuV. C, I\-es wan in Modicin� U�t on Sunday and Monday. II. A. Drigigs w�.s in from llivor-sJde ranth tihib week. A. Ziillinx, formerly oi .town, is mow at JliimboMt, 8uf>)i. Misn O. Niinmons has passed >i�-r Normal School examiina'tions. The Bank ol Mon�tore on Kord strwt, next the cHy buiWings. RoX Virtue 'i.s bu'il'ding a .good-siaed re.sidencc in lilio south i-astcrn part of the town. The work of excavation for* the new Hudson's Bay l>ulldvng is almost, completed. Potatoes can be had from ua �t l|c, per pound. Westeru Warehouse and Transfer Co. W, H. Fairfield, IV .1. Whitney and T, Ryan (ire atfoiKling ihe live .stook show at Calgary. .1. F. Pringlo, nmnager of the elevator horc, is nioviing, with his family, to Kndorby, B. C. There will be a Scandinaviain service at Wesley church on Sunday at St p. in. Rev M. Ilillcrnd will to the preacher. Mrs.' W. C. Simmons and Master Rex are an Evdmonton. They will return v,'it>h Mr. Sinunons at the end of the week. Arthur HoUiss, of Brampton, Ont., has taken up his residence in toxvn. It is likely he will Ogpre on the local lacrosse team. Mrs. Duvid King- and two children arrived in town this w�ek to n>c��t her husband, who has boon here for some tinno. C^oo. Houk is distributing caps with the si-g'n '.'Houk's Savagim." Nothing eKsa ^ wMl be seen on J-bo small boy's.head now. Houbon Tiffin, Jr., who has been in Cranbrook, is traniA'crred to tihis point, and wilt run on tihe looai iDnvinigyhcro each morning. The Electric Light Co. expect to start vcr> soon with the cons'truc-tion of their new ofHce building at the rear of the'Co-OperaWvc Store. The new train service to Calgary commonc(�il on Monday. Fully thirty people went frcmi here that >Aay and the new trftin has been well patronized every day since. F. B. Helm, maiiager of the Korth-ern Bank, Calgary, was in town on Monday. It is reported ibis >b�nk is considering locating � brancli hero. Branches, are to be opened at Blair-mora and Cranbrook.  Brooks Monkey Bruiul Soap,   Hilver Soap, H; & H. Soap,  � Liquid Veneer, PiitK Pomade,   Window Sponges, Formalin,  I Chloride Lime. >Ioth Balls, S  Roll Sulphur, Insect Powder,   Sapolio.OxGallSoop,Fumi. I  ture Polish, Chamois Skins,   Carbolic Acid, Condy's Fluid,   Camphor, Moth Bags, peath.   lo-BuRS, Disinfect4-j).  |j. D. jj^iinboiliain: & CO. T�l(phaM49 Niihl 1(11 Mr. Hcrnms, of Winnipeg, has sue-i Dr. aiid Mrs. Mewburn loft Tucs-c(x-:M Mr. Hall an manager of the j'day jright on a �iic fncwtte' trip to Steam liaundry. Ea-'ttcrn Canada. Dr. tlacod in his shop. Mrs. J. E. Montagu Leeds, of At the Town Council m�>tii% Monday nijoiht, the opinion was sitrongly in favor of a house to hou�odelivery of mails hero. * Robt. Wark, a popular drug traveller from HaiuMton, Ont., was ill Ht the liCthbridgc for a couple of days last week. The new station in noariog completion. Tho exterior 4�a� ibem painted in bright co^Iora. The building lA much admired, a year's time would douMe its population. The development ct ihe milnes tlierc were twund to add largely tr> the populaition, as well as tJie busineNs importance of the town. LicoHHC CommiisAioocrs Oliver, call at,)I^tscncc. ScmiM ly Rev. J. E. Nughson On im^nt Ttptc. CITIZENESSES I Rev. .J. K. Huglisoii pri,.cn from the soil to the by the Minis^ter of Education tohor-L^ow wilKlow adktad on the Redpaih'bench and the worksliop. vVs ttvose row 11,200 to erect a school house. I^^^et side. A nifw floor w^ill be put conditions, become more complex the | The llev. J. S. Chivcrs wishes to'in and thc"w*Us. taken down between wage question became more difficult, thank the anonymous giver of flO the ffrocety �|a drygoods depart- The first solittion of the problem as to the church funds. He has devot- |mMit(�. Tb^ 8eco|fi ''t-ory will nM be propounded by Adam Smvtli and the Tilt; road wn travel has Ititend stn^iiks of suualiitie .111(1 siiiwJow. cojiverj^irtf; into Uio horixonless (lisUincp (iiitlesB wo ucocpt iiiirfi^;t' for our liori/on) fintl we all know thcres a wiTininfl. To add tf� its attniclions .500 cloth Ixjund 7ik; novels and standaivl works will, on arrival lliis week. \>f'. eleare�] ont at 25c. See our win^olm, was registered at Lcthhridgc on Monday. .1, J. .Johnston is installing iho od the sum to the dt�W on St. Mary's built at prtsont.' Mission Church. The,bochelors ol Mactood are liolidr Manchester School of Economics, On Saturday cl V. Bennett took was to let the matter alone, wit*, evidence in the case in which Mr. out any artificial interference, and it ing a dance in the town haM there'Moore, injured in ihe StawJpipe dis- will adjust itself naturally. Tbeem-,ne.xt Friday. The patronesses are' aster here a year or so ago, is, suing P'oyor will try to buy his Iwbor in soda water fountain. l>hc Palve '^^^ Kennedy, Mrs. Tyner �! Mrs |the Chicago -Bridfe and Ii>on Works the cheapest market; the workman  affl has a new one too. 'primrost;. B. H. Hilllard is the sec-'for .lamages. .The plaiatifl was rep->i� fy to got tor bis labor tbe Frank Waring, representing the R.'retary, 'resented by S. A, Anderson, of St. ,*"�h"*t price^ the law of si,r>p|y and O. Bimn commercial agency, Calgary,! ^y^. eitiaens might very wellsodO. M. BIfgar, of Bdmon-[demand will come in, and tho mat-was in town on Tuesday. 1^.^,,^^ example of O. H. John-j.too. wpiweot** ^'^^ Iron ,t�r will �djust Itsoll naturally and M. Barfond spent Monday in Cal-'^^ton and construct in front of their Works Co. T. A.,.Powell, Maclcod, equitably, gary. He pronounced the new train homes a neat boulevard Mr. Jo*m- ^^tod as court rcporier. and the evl- Ti8 was true so long an the ident, aind pe^vtOTont. Though almost complete fcduotion of the wage scale night last. ^ Mrs. R. E. Sherlock v.�ce-president,'^^.^.j^j^yg" ^^^^ lij,gy jq^^ the individual workman found him The wife and family of M. Rochlar. and Mrs. E. N. Hi^inbothtun. Ip^pje of tetfabriUlge did not allow ."^"P"*'*'''^'' '-dealing with thos( lately from Illinois, who has locat- tary-treasiirer. The Guild od on 11-20, arri\ed in town Sat- ' showed a balance of $40 on hand urdnv oik! weni out to their new the year. home. W. M. Barker hiin- people of lirttoridge did not allow �^h-.-ng w.^ these report ^, displaying ^om^'t^i'on^ of capital, ami in the "^**''in many wa>-s their sj-mpaW with,^"-*^ organi^^ into unions, them in the loss of their daughter negot.Tt.ons might be carrwd on ui>der equitable conditions. The The manager-or a local hotel n�t comhination d, capital was met by , far from the Herald ofllce. had i^c combination of labor. has renwved bis Mrs. Robt. Gates left on Tuesday paint shop from the building ad- for an extended visit to the east, joining Ibo town buildings to the '^^f v v t �rf She will spend the sununor at Sher-'roaf of A. Southards store where ^ Sxpencnoe when he started) i^^e conditions are now here, the brookc, Que., with relatives and ho ^vill .do all kinds of carriage �'�T�� * "-'^le on ^industrial world is divided into two friends. painting, and will accept orders for ,*'�'"**'^''' He had no sconer got on great camps, and for .the present it Call at the Brewery for cheap housD painting. '^'"^ t.^ '^'^ �n,soem., an inevitable fact. Tho prob- gr.ains. ; Mr, lloaglin. who h.^ teen Paper- %'"'�'^�;\x*^rou/h^^ fence''"" who went flying through the fence '..o !,,*>j iw>aM.f,i n^d h>>infii.i min .Tohn Bishop and I.. 1. Miller, hanging and painting with Lawrence ^^.^^ s.-rr^unded C W. Gray's helpful rela- Tabor, wore in town on Monday, ^^..uires for the last y7 >T : z. TELEPHONE 66 May IJHh. Miss Edna Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. �miilh, of Boundary Oiain.s for sale cheap at tbe Brew- as equals to discuss the or under it, and the marvellous points of diilereni^c in the spirit of' �/u�iness.-^^^j^^. ^y^^^ ^^j^ injured in the peacemaker. the least. ->.". !' 2. Arbitration, uivJer tetu|>orar}- 01 : The Ca>?.r> Herald of Saturday ,f'"''""'"*'^* in which the i�-containod the fcUowing: Chancellor P"'"*-^ be e^ual- Ci-cck, was in town on Monday en ery. _ _ route to her school a.t Ijcthh^idige.-^ M. E., McArdle and W. H. Cow'iHy.^T'"^^^^ C6nyb�ue. ol tethbridge, ryprewmtod. Cardston Star. ' ~ ' ' 10  -...... The temooii ill w'lun a dift- of Oananoque who were here "ome ^J-e turned'from their trip to Ed-1 � W stepping Easlos paraded on Sxmday af- weeks ago wit* a view of opening a ^^^^^^ ^ chancellor who wnt 1"*'� reached a cortam limit and .......10 the cemetery ond decor- furnturc stwc. have located at;^ ^ ^^^^^^ business in con-',��'d out. ^sccurod a store. ' For Sale, 8-roonKd house, corner , O. M. Biggar. of the legal firm of lihis is the act of ttic third party, : ^ the public itlirough tlveir rcprescnta- ening. Mrs. Con.vbeare will remain ^^y- ^^'^ Parliaaieut. The pub-. until Honda>-, the guest of her sist-',"" o'^*" greatest sufferers, of Ford and BurdtMle streets; rents J .S^hort, Cross and BiggB^, Edmonton.ifrs. Xiblock. Mrs. Viblock is en-1 *�'^ '"'S''''^ '�o protect itself, for *30 a month'; all modern con- was in-tr>wn on Saturday lost. Mr. 't�rtaining at the tea hour this aft-vonicnces. Price, *a,T0O; easy term-s. JBigsar is a young lawyer of atoilHy. Lrnoon in honor of Mrs. Conybcare, He is a son of C. R. W. Blggar. K. i^hbridge. C, Toronto, and a grandson of tl�3 -C. B. Bowmon agency. T. H. Wailocc has disposod of i hi.s fftock ranch and range, known as the Parker ranch, on the Belly river, to C. S. Crest. TJie deal was made through the Ailierta Realty Co. Next Sunday is the mis�ionary on-niwrsary nt Wesley bridge, and h!elle\-ea it is going to be a big place in the near future. White here he invested in local real estate ty huying tweh'e lots on Westminster Road. John -Shaiv, of S^herbrookc, Que., arrived in town this week and is visiting his son here. Three other sons have accompanied him, and all will make their home in the west Mr. �havv reports that .there is a constant influx of pi>ople from his province bound for western points. GoorgjD Leadbetter, who has 'been associated with F. .f. Bradley lii Co. the past year, krft Monday lor Cal-gory. where h3 will consult a specialist for his ^deafness, �i�d from there he will go to Banff, where he will remain during the seascn, doing B lot of work at the .sanitarium.- Cranbrook Herald. A citizen showed the Herald a telegraph messaso that hait been delivered without being enclosod in an envelc;V�. He said ho hod {requontly received messages in this way. Tal-egrat>h tnessagcs are usually too important to be left open so thai peo pic apart from tbe person for whom they are iirtenik>d can read them. For sale, a two-storey The ultimate solution lies in the teaching of Jesus Christ, and tha recognition of th* grcot trutli �* jbrotherhocid when capital and labor i doutole gjjnte to-.-Jce that their interests art ^,^,5,,, Drother.s, then' t�rms.-C. B. Bowman agency. prol>l.?n. will >-,. liu.iliy .ii..38.43, compared with f7,659,-86 the same month lost year. That's a marvellous increase, . One evening recently as ttoe fire j �brigndc was summoned to a practice run, the chemical engine, as usual, w^as hustled out on to Smith atreet by one of the frremLm, who petumed to' the ball to assist in some oUier work. The chenvical was dh the run when he left K, and kept running for some minutes, tt started down one rA the coulees, aiid a ,^ Chinaawa in a shack near by, .seeing the lltitle engine whirling alo^g, rushod o� to stop it. As the thing was going down RraJc. rt dewloped conakler-able .spoKl. and the Celestial might as well ha\'e tried to stop a runaway horse. Geo. Houk stood on the stntnt near and laughed till bis hond ached, but the ChiaaoMm stuck to the Job untiil he was '''whtdMl," and tJion gave up the chase. Tho miiitial ju.'^inoas imvting of the Wes'lcy Church Epworth League wa.s 'held lost Friday evening. The reports from the various otHccrs yfmtc ivtwtement.s of considerable success in the work undertaken in their vari-us departments. Having heard with satisfactiim the reports from the re-.i'gii� that apf>eal strongly to the pympathies and activities of all Christian young people. With increased min*bcrs and added interest the local Ijcague should be able to attain even gr>?ater us�;fulness' than heretofore. 10 Acres, $600 Not more tliau li miles from Lf-th-brklRe. This luiitl adjoins Mr. D.J. Whitney's farm 011 the north, is nudor tine state of cultivation, irrigates easily iiiid is the best buy near town that can found. Terms arf-. one-half cash. Imlauce 011 time. There are eight of these blocks for sale. This price is tiot gtiaiaiiteetl for any titne, but stands at present. ', '. K m. mcQiKtR k ?0  New Goods Just Placed in Stock: LADIES- SHIRT WAIST SITIS. .SATKEN rNDERSKlRTS, SILK WAfST.s. WHITK LAWN APRONS, GTNtmAM APRONS. BLACK S A T K E\ A VR O N S . VEILINGS, TIES, COLLARS. SCARFS AND PLASTRONS, EMBROIDERIES AND ALL-OVER EMBROIDERIES. ST. MARYS, (From our Own Correspondent.) Our Iwll fans have bogun the soa- j son's practice on the flats. j J. N. Lucas, of Napo'nee, i.s night operator nt the station.' W. A. Mcljcod, C. I'. U. wntchmaii here, mo\^>d his �famil.v to hiN iunn near IjOayings, Aitu., hwIc. ^ Kenneth, son of �)>Miat,r W.-atlnr-l>y, is recoverinR fiom ntca.sli-s. n. McCaffrey, V. V. II. bridtje foie-man here, and wlio was ro�"entl,\ married, will occupy the houNe vacate;! by W. A. McLood. Mr. and Mrs. Mc(;n(Trcy will be at honiu to th'^ir friends May Mth,' when a reception, with daticing, will bo given. New patterns in Dress Goods, Prints, Ginghams. $ Huslins. Corsets and Girdles received  Today The Bentley Ck>'yi � Wholesule uiul Uetit'il ^ liethbridge. Altn.  Mr. McXttI*, our � pioneer sctitlor, !to Wiudiipr, II. (',, whore Mr. Hwuls visi'torl friends at |jf.'thl�ridg�(!od vi.silod Oridge last ^voek. i.s em|iIo.v<"d tin ('. 1'- U. operator, W. Wwvthei'iiy itml lamily, of Bijltotoj .( 1 .i,h 'fir<' nKivinp-iifto th' "(ation "'''"'"I Mr. .Veil Mci,ewl. i.f Ihs brMgS crow, now at pieice, was the gueft-ola , F. E, ilimi.s nivd fiiniily oin moving McLood Sunday. -i ;