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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta lio. A. Slater Jnvictus Shoes :For Mert= FAULTLESS SHOEIS Men who an! partic'ubr about tlieir slioos-will fiiul perfect shoes here. Do not waste yonr timo soing from one store to another to tinf) the shoe you will like. Comt* here first and save yourself the trouble., We can please nearly every man with shoes; not all-that's impossi-b)e. 'But at least you will not be talked into bad, unsuitable shoes.  We carry a full ran;:;o of the famous George A. Slater luviotus Shoes. Prices to suit all. When buying Slater Shoes see that ypu get THE GEORGE A. SLATER INVICTUS the : > macs LETHBBIDGE . ALBERTA PUNS DRAWN BKRT SVOJ^l BILL WAS URDIJAITKD PEOPLE WILL VOTE. AXOTTTKR WAIIKIIOUSE F0� .SMITH STllKKT for the New Parliament Buildings City Council wHI SubmH a Byiaw to Ratepayers. rMinoirton. Mny 7.-TIkj esthiintcs \wil throii'^h wibh a rush itoiloy. , 5Ir. Kutho^fo^^i spok� for one hour. - Messrs. ItotwrLson unci Hiebcrt ro-j The Town t'ounoll met on Moixlny 'iirnt/ui./'u ..i/TTT^ c'-Hioising only Uvoniog. nil Hie nK>m!3Cr.s l>eing pres-_ VERl MUCH LIKE B. C. STRUCTURE! rklgc.s was to tte uaod for non�ir�iot'i�g Iwidges. They were mostly in Southern constHuoncics, for W'h-it^ ctihe steel was ondered as far bock a-s Becenrijcr last. One brklge at MetHcino ITat will It was suggMt�i that U>o stiwts be sprinkled cither with a wntortng cart or by hose from the hydr�M*ts. On nccotmt .of tihc expense, this was po.slponfd for ano^thor year. Hev. C. raitlloy wrote �.sking for a water main on Coutts street, bo-twocn notnpas and DufTerin. The application was mferrcd to the Works ntid Property Cominwttec. The Secretary of the Board of Trade wrote asking the CounoM to ' abaie the iiuiKunoc of waste pa'iMir 'co�t fifty thoiisaml (dollars. He 'called for by the plans is similar to [could not give a t>nt�'Ie>guo of rooid- itho �. C. parli�uiwit building, but work to bo �done, ns the Govornmeirt ' blowing around the srti>ecis. The has some manifest advantages in ar- 't**'''" was not. iii possession of all .coninninicatiofl. w�s -received aijd ohitccturp over the iiifljruilicent |)i4e 't'ijeet to Companies Act amj along Crabb and Glynn streets, be-j"^ fiankcfl with oot,agon�l towx'rs nt nny laWr-logisla'tion by tlio Prov- iween Jlompas �nd Courtland. no i*^*"' start. Till- Ituildors' 8ui)ply and Construction Co., with heaect �,two .>*tor-ey coniont warchou.se on 'these lots, and in 'the mcantluio 'they will titil-ize tlie rink. Chus. l>oro and E. C. F. Allen v\-ill Ijc in chnrgw of the Lct'hbridgc bronoh. J. Koach, of Calgary, one of the directors of the company, 1ms been here assisting in the conduct of tlw ncgotiwt4o i.s now a city. The eh�rter granting Incorporation os a city, �eht throiigii l�9t week, and'the liieu'lcnant-Goi'wrnor 'has given ns-wnt to t'ho -bill. T'hn charter was sligHvtly amended Ivy the l.e8'i.sila'tui-o, tfliough none of the itnportuiit clauses wore chang�""^c l.a.s 'Ixx'n nddod continuing C. A. Little wIo'tc asking ._t vviviu. .h,.�, ^ir. ..n,f prc^wft practice of presenting t,ion .,1�. Cotmcil would take in ret- So�thern AlberU.^^^Wh'.l. j;^^;^'";,^!,,,, J,ies of the .school board to xx�lopmenti-'^^^' limiting the school i-�le to tnch corner and with round turrets 'ni-e. The. pooling clauffc was cut will Ik; informed tluvt a b.y-law will of the business, they feci, wiH war-;^'"' '"'"'^ on the dollar. l,g rant � steady incix-ase until the con- a'ho chnrt'cr allows iihe city to marking the intersections, awl crown out. The liVanager of the company t� submitjted to the iwoplo to ^ . , l,r-H�>j imnn.'4 in tni. (iis by-laws niiglvt be enforced , Speaking in an larchitectural sens?, elevator in the east etwl of Calc^ry, Ashmond and other streets. trict. Western Miii, also fMtoon) \v. U. Waltaco's applitui-tion for a elevators t'hroifghout Al- second tlrny iiconse was granted. BIG BARGAINS IN STOVES IS "Souvenir"'Stoves coing at cost. Our stock of Stoyes is far too big, and we must reduce it to make room forotherguods. Everybody knows the "Souvenir" Stoves, und we will match them against any other make for workmanship, htkin^; and lasting qualities. At these prices they make a btirgain you cannot afford to miss: - Souvenir Cook, was $45,00, now...............0/0 Souvenir CJook, was 4^.00, now...............34 (Ml Souvenir Cook, was $48.00. now.............-..S39UO Come in and see them--it won't cost yon a i;etit. Eo-meinber there are only 18. Small stoves from $7.'lO to S17.(H). THE CENTRAL HARDWARE G. L. VROOMAN STORE 18.7.'> 91.80 2.50.00 8..50 14.82 2.80 royal V hotel! TABER, ALTA. ^ Irvine & Lemon, - ProprietoTsi Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION the building will 'be i-eally a m�Hi_ncar the built!lug 100 feet front by 19.5 feot'country ; depth, and llankod on eiither side by toerta.' ; wings of S&4 feet, liwiking the total' The Wes^nm Oil and Coal Com- W'. C. Brown frontage of 293 foot. Pany Bill wont through the commit- water, and stating That Lcthtoridge The main entrance to tlM! building, tee of the whole. was one of the most economical sta- which, it is c-MJooted, will face sotrth-I 'l^he beet stigiar ibill coma up in tihc tions in. America. ward, is an immense 'arch witih a House Saturday n*g*it, �nd the itwsis | The following accounts were pro-llislit of nmrble stairs leading from of payment was the subject of a re- scntod: the iawn right up to the centre of draft, by 'the Prwnier. As it stands 0. V. P. Conyhoaro............5 8.5.70 'ihe building to th.^.' lotuby of'the Leg- now, the claiwes wHh regard to tlw ' western Stntioncry Co...... 30.90 islntiiro chamber. To the left and P�'ices iwid to the farmer and the L. IT. Fowlor & Co... right of the niflin entrance ate t-h'O basis on which he sihall share in the Brodio & Sl'aiVord........... elevators and minor entrances to �bo""*, provides that for ilicets con- Fire Brigade.................. the departniciit'ftl headqiiarters. At tolning 12 per cent, oi  sacharino Western Warehoii.se Co... . I he i-ear tl>orc is another entmnco nietter, the ii;ron-ur shall i-eceive Geo. Hogors.................. by which another broad (liglH of *l.i">0; for IG cent, ho shall re- n. Sage..,..................... KUnirs kails to the Legiistative cham- colvc $5. At the close of the season Morris & Hendricks........ her. ; when, the conipany collects the' bon- Sherlock Freeman...... ...... Commcneing at tlic l-4is�nent, us, it shall pay to the igrowcrs one G. L. Vrooman.............. wliich is ten Veet above giound and half the bonus on the basis of the G. G. Wildman...... ..... . two feet below, tiieie is i-ooni pro- atnount of scwharine matter contain- LctJtbridgo Herald...... ,..... Aided t'O the loft of the entrance for ed in the beets which they have' de- Lethbridge Iron Works... the Government printing office, the livenxd during blie season. ~ inurtalo Meter Co............ stationery dupnrtraent, press room. The �bill was rei>ortei and the J. Ashcroft.................... vaults, and to the rigM^for ang debate during the evolving ses-{LeUhbri'dge 'Electrie Co... the mechanism of tiie 'heating plant sion The amendment to which ex- Lethbri^lgc Klectric Co... to heat .stn'eral acres of floor space, ception was taken provided thatt any Easton & Co.................. I with provision for developing power j drover or ^stockmen who was driving Benilloy Co.................. 'if it is found ttdvisflbile. icattle from one part of the country jljetViriSgo JTcrakl.......... On llic first floor, or ground floor, [to the other^ shouM be rotprirfd, C. B. Bowman...... As most iK-oplo^Aiv awar^, cemcvt ''i' '^"^ itso"  by any ,is tx-ing generally used lor biiil'ding i"'^^^'" '"inff'ns �" "ction. � , ..... � T'lip ntiK-iulmciit takes away 'the ikt- A communication was ro�d ,rom P^nK^c-s and ti.ere is � g.x^.t re cost of pumping lor this bu.siness m the we�t. Pr..tt.v close to 25.000,000 liiirrels ol cc-. "" ' , . ,, .. 1 ill ,, ; -'ni'.'. right to impose imprisonment ment were used in the Drnto;! St'a'te.s,, .- * , . ^. .as a penalty for violation ofby-la�s last year. , , , . .,!is limited, and jurisdiction giwn to . T.oc.al men will litely take stock in 1 . . . . u- 1 . lju.'JticcR of the .peace m the original t)ho company, which- promises to tw i " is now confined .to judges. In the oi'igi'nal charter the city is one of LVthbridgc's flourishing manufacturing concerns. It enough stock is subscribed here. � director Po^""" a*'! enterprises by from I^th^bridge will 'be appointed. lSin"^''C""e^;;;;;;t.i";rs.ir sll^ bcri'bing to S'tock. and by gttarantoc-ing bonds. An additional clause empowers it to give .special rat f r Letbbri'dgc and Tabor playod a | light, wa'ter and power. The city 13.00 of baseball yeisterday, and the will have no power to grant bonus- result was a victory for free silver, jos. TABOn LOST TO LETHBRIDGE. 85 5.00 ... 16.00 ... 123.00 33.50 .... 13.00 .... 29.52 .... 18.62 .... 31.30 were ord- ...1214.28 3.90 ... 9.5 40 ... 4.80 Honk's Sava'ges winning 'by '(Ko Bryan score of 16 to 1. Wo don't want peo)>lc to imagine .Taibor has'iA a goo' charge against a civic official. This is confirmed and a clause is added providing 'that such an investi'ga-. t'ion mtty also Ik; Ifeld by a committee of the council, which committee shall have power to summon wrtnes-sos a'nd examine them^ on oath. Confirmation is 'given to the issue of waterworks debentures a'nd to the aigreement between the city and the roMwa.vs resjiecting t'ho Union Station and the C. P. K. terminals here. There are now live cities in Alberta: Edmonton, Calgary, Leth-bnVlge. Modicire Hat and W^jtaski- when he was;'asked to do so by any J. .T. .lohns'ton...... citizen, to produce .a certified copy cf ( Central Haidwai-e Store...... 15.28 swar.'l. there will be the ofDces oV the brands of the cattle'he was driv- .-J. Whitney. Fred Patton, wlio was transferred to Lethbridgo, will prob'Olhly return to Crantarook and be one of the strong men in ^ tdic lacros.se team.- Cranbrook Herald. FURNISHED ROOM. Furnished room to rent. Centrally located.-Apply to Mrs. i'\ A. Wallace. WANTED. WAXTi:D - Oeni^ral servant once.-Mrs. H. T. Cherry. at WA.VTED. Wnn'ted-Good .servant. Mrs. C!eo. Rogers. Apply to - tt Don't forget to stay in town on the 24th 'and see 'tihc great game of baseball bot^veon Medicine Hat and Lothhridge at the now athletic pounds.; Medicine Hat has a >good team; and \Vill do the; best they ca;n 't6"^repeat the, victory they ha'd over our team ; at the Hat in January. But the Savages are 'bound to win, and are practising reg-ularly for this big match. 20 out very much on the style of a Roman amphi-thcatre. The ceiling is indemnity of Ifl.OOO on Saturday, high and vauUe leader oi the government ai^d the leanler of the Opposition, . the smoking room and all :the rest of the various robir-ing chambers which arc found necessary when a Legislature is in Port Mulgrave, June 5, 1897. C. C. RICHARDS & CO. Dear Sirs,-MINA1lciid'!d founda'tioii aii'd ba.se-jiii'nt: water in hous'e; large burn. NO'I'ICK: WiLL SI^iLL HELOW COST. Will take wagon, hiiniess. � ;,r.ses or cattle ns |)art payment. Apply Ht IIOIIT. ADAM. LOST. V lioi.'jc. bay, branded -2- on riglv thi'n-comn�i�slon�l officers �od The ri'ght. 'and left W'iet- SCTATIC.V CURRI) AFTER YEARS OF TORTURE. For moro 'than twenty j'oars Mr. .J. B Mas.soy, of .3322 Clinton SC, Minneapolis, Minn./ was tortured by sciatica. The pain anvl sulTering which he enduwd duriiig this., t ime is beyond him an., ,______________ ______ ______ ii.st.d "Chan>l>erl�in*s Pain Balm, Onejy�f decided,-and as a matter of fact, jj^p^,, application of. that liniment relieved, it de|Kvri'ds on how much the Logis-1^,^^. ' 'potaL 585 and 513 horses Xtt l'^ U.T^'^^J^lli'^^.aPPropriJta , the ion terrHory thc�, ' has elfe.:tod a permammt cure. " If Vm>oHottle ofjbe anywhero from $400,000. Built ^.^g Total 288 nicn and 9'JO Scll?''!rr^-r:tl^'p^i;;'''Fors2'�' marble, it would proJ.aWy j.,;^. Wthwcst Territory 'v all d'lu,;^^!^! "'V""' ��w P^VW there are ten di- ___o___ I classes of stone, however, which, are J^.^,^,^, each wKh a headquarters |Con.siderrd within the nicans of theip^^'^,^ 104 permanent outpost*. PROHHUT IMPORTATION , Government, the sandstoiw which i9 an increase irf o�u heedqunrtor* awl ... TT".. . ^ jnpw known all ovciv Western Canada ^ o,.tposts, as eon.pared with la�t In a debate m the House of Com-j as "Calgnry ston6*# and British Co-' inons on the question of glanders ,,m.I,ia gri�r grto from KoiuSnay i'"^;'. only Atteon w|ier .1. llerron, M. P., sugge.sted that, if,landing. Tl� Calgary stone is con- auth�ri�xl. No special effort noccMsary, 'the .m,>ortation of horses sKler.ably draper than the granite. , ,^,,,j^. There from Mo'nfca',>a could bo prfAiDitod. I,wmg to the shorter haul. This. ^^..^ ^, applications to on- --o-- ,. flr^'-^^'-'J^ � tl'�'�",g�lature,  lthreeeial to 'the Herald.) Calgary, May 10.-Laibor people here are preparing to build a 25,-000 labor temple. air� 'of the Council. Mrs. Davis was .granted o redjoitc of $20 on her water tax for a j^ar, from April 15. Solicitor Cony!x?ai� was thanked for the efficient manner in which he prepared the city charter and watched the same while it was before the Legislature. Coimcillors Oliver, Dcoley a'nd Ro4)inson were appointed a conuni't-tee to draft up a scale of wa-gea for town employees. T�ie salary of J. H. Fleetwood was advanced 860 per aimuni. ' A by-law appointing P. Jones as assistjant constable passed its several rcjadiugc!. The town clerk was instructed to make enquiries as to cost of enamel or ot'hcr name plates for street corners. _ Watemwisler Scott reported re* pairs to sidewalks and the deepening of irrigation ditches and of the outlet at the brickyard. Two blocks of sidewalk on Bompas and Ford had The weekly shoot of the Akberta been moved out to -give room for|Oun Club was heM last niifiii with boulevards and trees. . Sewer pipe the following results: had boon placed in an irrigation cutj a Class-Wm. Oliver, gold; L. N. to make a better crossing. f>ne McEw>en. silver; Jns. L vingstoiie. hundred tree's 'bad bH>en 'brought in bronze. from the farm. W^ater was o.xpeetod ' n Closs-H. Partridge, goW; A. on Wednesday. IRooney, silver; F. Rooncy, bronie. Inspcotor Parry reported fines and ; m CP. R. EXPRESS HELD UP. (Special to 'the Herald.) Calgary, May 10.-The C. P. R. express was 'held ortcj �i�l conntaiiles . ..^ ern by the Government inspector at chiW is done, nursing. Wir�' it oft , Jewolery Stoc Cal.iinry, is perfectly pure and clean, i with a soft cloth l>efore aHowlng'the ^�'"^ J'*^''"' i Saturday night. The C. B. nowmaii'ii'S'ency has .sold ..... y,^,.,^c. ;22 lots in the hew River view arkll- ulars; ad general advance in prices comes, l.,othbridge, Alberta. koiiiels large and full, an""l**r of entries made at any Do-own promises. For price and partie- drug!?isl8. jminion land office during the month L. H. .IcllilT. ^^ard-: � . � � �� | of April, securing t'ho splendid ' total of 1,615. The rush has kept up loi 1,615. The rush I'hroe carloads of lumljer wore sent' stoafWly, and >l' & ^ills Syndicate of Toronto". BARtiATNS CiALORE. Watches, Clocks, Cut Glass. Silverware and Jcwelery of all dcscrip-tions Doomed to go at a small fraction of actual value. Friday and Saturday at Wright's.-Bullalo Factory '& Mills Syndicate of Toronto, Good potatoes for sale at the Western Warobouae and Traaafer Co. Stettler, Alta,, less than �ilx months old, has now 400 inhabitants.  �� Mr. Hoagl^in, who Ivas ibuen paper-hanging, and paintings with Lawrence S businesB,'.^ Cardston Star. Diamonds Are not Like Anytliing Else They never wear out, wear off, get old, have to be repaired or sold..for � junk  . �. ~ They are the. moBt proGt. able investment you can make for adornment. What else can you buy. and wear ami then turn back to the tame fellow for ea�ii, less ten per cent.y We save you a big per cent, on the purchase price, too, and find it makes ns lots of diamond business and enongh proKt to sutisfv us also. Let iis fignre with you on any size or qnality. . R.A.WmCHl The Jeweler ;