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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta THE McKENZlE BRANDON Flower and Garden Seeds ------AT-- Johostoo's Drug Store J Mr. Hnrrous, of Winnipeg, Has sue* . tor. and Mrs. Mcw-burn loR Tiics- Brooks Monkey Brunil Soup,  Wats*. Kmd'i ad. 0 talus for soli' cheap at the Brewery. C. A. Magralh was In Calgary Mil* week. Uoat Harness aud Saddle*. Try A. ISastou. .1. Arnold has purchased D. ',Y.-i-gO.ton's house. Mrs. Oeo. Rogers has returned from Winnipeg. Tho Brick Co. commenced making hrlek on Monday. On Friday, May -li-li, to the wife of Herbert Ott, a son. S. .). Lnyton, of Tabor, wan l� Fidmonlon ah is week. Michael Rouse, of Blairmore, was in town on Momlay. W. C. Ives was 4n Medicine Hat an Sunday ami Monday. II. A. Drlggs was in from Riverside ranih this wIoth Bulls,   Roll Sulphur, Insect Powder,  J Supolio, Ox Gnll Sonp, Furni- J  ture Polish, Chamois Skins,   Carbolic Acid, Condy's Fluid,   Camphor, Moth Bn�s. 1)outh- *  lo-Bugs, Disinfectol.  !j. D. HIJlnbolham j & CO.  J T�l�|�lioft� 49 If you want cheap grain, tho Rreuery. Horn, on Frklny, May 4th, to the wife of Fred Itooncy, n daughter. Call up W'estcra Wanri'ii * At the Town CouncH meeting Mon-dny night, the opinion was strongly in favor of a house lo house "delivery of malls here. ,  Robt. Wnrk, a popular drug traveler from Hamilton, Out., was ill at the Let Abridge for a couple of days last week, The new station is nearlng completion. Tho exterior has Iwwt painted in bright colors. The building 1ft much admired, a year's time would double its population Tho development ol the twines there were bound to add largely to the population, as well as tho business importance of the town. License Commissioners Oliver, rail at ^tolehklss (Clarosholtn) and MaUie-son (Blairmore) met here on Tuesday ami granted a license to J. Dobbs, for 'the Union Hotel, Tabor. graduate of McGili, and a pout-graduate of Brllnbtirfch, will assist Dr. Galbrntth during Dr. Mew-burn's absence. v/in I iiL nnu LriDVK .:.. umm iy��vTE nugi.,0. o. |! CITIZENESSES I Nlghl S.ll J Rev. J. 10. Hughson preached Hie There Is a rumor that the purchase 'socon,| 0, n wrlw of wlllollB ,, of 'the Barnes mine was a J. J. Illll n,,i fonciimti. nt AND CITIZENS doal. People say the Great Northern man wants tc to supply coal for hiK new transcon- W..'H- if>y Church on JSninKiy i'\.'iiii>g. His ern man wants to own enough mines remarks ww u].pii.i-tuli>*t mv:l ertnnn now. The other morning he working.un. He 'took IiIh tc\t (rom showed the Herald a pike ho had '15 to IH vornes ol the 'l8th Chapter, caugtvt west of town that weighed 0f Matthew, and first drew attention! ten pounds, was B-l inches long, and ,to the historical hteps by which this i measured ISi inches around the labor problem has come lo u�. tootly. What's the ma vt�r with boom-1 1. Slavery, in which the master; ing Soutboni Alberta as a sports- owned thr mati, an�l the la-borer had man's paradise. .no rights; not ev,�n the right of 1 If.;. ; SmMh Bros, and Wvlson have been , 2. FuedaliMn. in which �llie toilei given the conVr,aot for the altera- was attadKd 10 the i-slate d had. tlons to Uk A. Macdonald Co. the night of support and protection. ..r '^hti P'nloy school district, of 'building. The cnMre -ground floor Is! a. The wai�o claim, coming in with Tmnafur Co., Ltd., for good |My|wn'ir> 1,ftH bocft s*lvon P�wor .'front will 'be put in, and a large -turning of men from the soil to the hewlrjuarlers here, has been incor-i,>y thc M!l�l,rt��' �h boneli and tho worksliop. As t-l�o�e poratcd. irow *t,80� 10 oroct � school house. strC(�t �Jdo. A new ftoor will be put conditions been mo more complex the A. lOnston is boasting about a fine ' rho l*uv' J- S> c,nlvcr' wl9tow� to jIn and t-hc w*ll�. taken down between 'wage question became more difficult, new harness stitching machine l.e I as it'hank ,iW! anonymous glvvr of $10 the grocery a�d drygoods depart- The first solution of the problem as placed In his shop ' , to the church funds, lie has devot-|ments. The second dory will not be propounded by Adam SmKh and the . ' led the sum �ltl. LethhrklLc on Jf^v i '^.bachelors of Maclcoi are teoki-Wmce in the ease in whleh Mr. out any nrtmclal dnterforence. anl It , , ' " Ing a dance In the town hall there Moore, injured in the Stnwipipedis- nr.ljtmt Hhx-lf naturally. Thccm- J .I. Johnston is installing a *MXi f>|day. The ��tronesse* aro1 aster here a year or so ago, i� suing I'loynr will try -to buy his labor in soda water founiain. Tho Palve M|>B Konnc,dyi Mr(li Tyner ^ M, Chicago Bridge and lion Works t*c cheapwt market; tlie workman Cafe has a new o�e too. 'Primros.. JR. II. Itilllard is Uhe sec-'for .iamages. The plaintiff was rep- '*�> W �> 8t. for his labor the Frank Waring, representing the It. Vctary. H. Dunn commercial agency, Calgary,' . ,' .. ... _ ... ..... . . . All our citizens uught very . .. .,.,,., w�s ,n town on Tuostlay. li>1Jow Uf 0, 0 , John.:ton, represented the Bridge and Iron ��J�wt B"e� naturally and M Barfonl si^nt Monriay in Cal- fclon ttM, connrut.t [n ,roW. 0� tholr jWorka Co. T. A.,.Powell. Macleod, gmry. He pronounced the new train |lomifl a neal boulevard Mr John- M court tepoHcr, and Oho ev|-1 T*is was .true so long as tue Var4lll,(> ^fc ftnd lhn(v dau�ht- f�� * JJ^^i^^y." great roofs whore thousamls of mon W. l-\ Russell, of Tabor, while In crs. and Ole Isaacson, all from Mln- j j A Turnbull dc-'tolk-d to,e,hor Capital combined! town the other day. expressed his nesoia. have locaUxl on 13 2� north__""' 0, ,vhaT ,h",,. Into corporations 'resented by 9. A. Anderson, of St. mg-hest prlce^ the law of simply nn.1 well'Paul, and O. M. Blggar, of Fxmion- ,dMnegan 10 be carried on under The road we travel lias lateral streaks of sunshine mikI shadow, roiiverniiitf into Hie hori/pnless distance (unless we tieeept inirnxe for 0111' hori'/ott) and we all know'there's n winniiiK at the road's onil sona> of us see it now. olhers don't. The shadow of KKW will ho chilly by reason of the "(1 (I sale" and the I'Visoo and Vesuvius horrors. : : : : : : 1 n-t |)ostt!rily do the shadow-walluiiK utid snivelling: it has nevtir done anything tisetul for tis yet, Conic into the sunshine with me Now. My cheap salt- continues and is Genuine- No horrors allowed. To add to its attractions 5tX) cloth 1>ouiii1 Toe novels nud standartl works will, on arrival tliis wi'ek. be cleared out at 2oc. See our windows for samples of other bargains. We must ha ve elbow room. : : : : : ROBERT SAGE ;| THK PTCTl'KK FKAMI3R  * vv ^.^.^.^.:.a.^.:..^4.^4MeH^4NeH> I^his was done in 1' firm convict-ion that Tabor inside of of ,.0Wn. They brougln two car- (ft|ni,v ^ .lht!m9ejW8, their r.r�-re;,hc "rst ^stance to facilit.ue ,i.,j Miss Ward, who ban l>ccn the gu,>st loads of effects w-ith them. - J,ralCfuj thanks for tho kirn'. cnOftp0n l)roUucHon, but it came to of Mrs. O. K. Hemelryk, return-d to | si. Monica's Ouild has elected ,vmpalflV nfiercd *n their recent he- *� R P0^*1'1 weapon for the con-; her home in Crnnbrook Thursd .y Mrs. (leo. Rogers, president, -' ' ' '"-' ---' -----......' nl�ht Inst. * Mrs and ' ___'. ,, . trol or reduction of the wage scale roavemen'.. Though almost complete _..,,,,, . .... It. 10. Sherlock vice-president, gtrangers in town, they found the Tho ""^'W""' workman found hnn-The wife and family of M. Roohlar. and Mrs. K. X. Iliyint>otham, secre- 0, i^hbridge did not allow *�lf IX>W�"� �> .Icaling with these lately from Illinois, who has local- .tnry-ireasurer. The OulU report that f-ct l0 preVent them displaying combinations of capital, and in the t �l on 11-20, arrived in town Sat- showed a balance of $40 on hand for j w tbo|p syn^Ujy ,,uh cr"* iaMr organteod into unions, urdny out �eni out to their new the year. t.hom ln lhc ,0M of ,the|r daughter lh*' ^"^"t'ons migli-t be carrlod home \V M Barker has removed his' ' on UIK,cr �*iuitable conditions. The M,h. Robt. Oat.* left on Tuesda, ptti,, shop from the building ad-1 ^'lT^'" iJZS? h"!j ~mW-;,.�>�|* w�" * ..,,,............ .L .____..umim. t� w�-> �� ,rom a,e l,or*,d �mco- h*d the comb.nation of labor. a lively experience when he started ( These conditions are now here, the out the other evening for a ^.dc on industrial world is divided into two T. Ryan era iittcml-iiig Hie live �how at Calgary. I F I'ringl.-, imiiiugi-r of the ele-vatoi hre. is moving, with his family, to I'.uderby, 11. C. There will \v a Scandinavian service at Wesley church on Sunday at U p. 111 l(.-\ M. Illllnrml will o the prcaciier. Mrs. W. C Simmons uivl Master Rx are in Fxlmonton. They will return with Mi Hiiinnons at the end of the week Arthur Holhs*. of Itrampton, Out., has taken up -his r.M�lcncc in town. It is likely he will IlKjire on the local lacrosse toam Mrs. David King- and two child-r.>n arrived in town tbis week to meet her husband, who has l�on here for some tin*'. Gvi). Monk 1h distributing caps wrth the sign "llouk's Savages Nothing e|*� will l>c so��n on �i�e small boy's head now. Reuben Tiffin. Jr. who has been in Cranbrook, is tran*Acrred to this point. and will run 011 tho local leavii�fi/here each morning. The Kleetric Light Co. oxjwct lo htnrt vc-i-y soon with the construe lion of their new ollU-u building ut the rear of tho Co-Opcrative Store The new train servico to Calgary commenc4sl on Momlay. Fully thirty people went from here that day and the new train has l�een well patron-wod every day sinco. F. B. Helm, manager of the North cm Bank, Calgary, was in town on Monday. It is roportod this bank is You Need them in Spring Time Builder's Hardware Miner's Supplies Carpenter's Tools Blacksmith Supplies . Bar Iron, Etc. for an extended visit to the east. Joining (he She will M>cnd the summer at Sher- rMr of A. Southard's store where hrooke. Qu.i., with r.-latiws and he will do all kinJs of carriage friends. painting, and will accept orders for hor*�!�M:k- �c �*> TO sconergoton groaK cami*, and for the present it Call at the lirewerv (or .vh^ap hoiiKj painting. road 1han lbc ||or* . ,on �� Inev.table fact. The prob- , ...... a runaway pace and threw the r.�Jer j^n then in how to brinir them- fore- *rft"W , Mr, ,,"M1m' Wh� iT Pa"er- w*.o wen, flying through the fence \s mlo |K.a^l ,,d 1^7 *Z- John Bishop and D. L. Miller, hanging and paintiOR with Lawrence slirrounrtod C- w. aruy.s "JT and "Wpf," 1x1,1 i Tabor, were in town on Monday. S,uirvs for the last year, left for ^wu,e propenly. Mrincmb,r he , Conciliation- in*, unci musters hey were arranging lor a concen Tabor yesterday, where he has ae- w,, thriiUJfh lho fcnfo> not ow ,^7*� eoukls To d"l�La ^ � ilv. iiun**i union ih to hitto ih(*tv on P I * Ion with his fat ler in of u,,jor ^ �rtd the marvellous points of difference hi the spirit of' M�y HHh. .the general mercantile Misiness.- ^.^ K lha| ho WM w>l lnjMml ^ ^ Miss Fxlna Smith, daughter of Mr. Cardston Star. thrmand ^ conybaare. of Lethbrldae. � r uct u,� lhira l,ul'l.v- parted brothers. About twenty mem- ed in business here if ihey could hava cjtar)eri roturncd home liiursday ev- lho l>u,)lip 'thiougli their roprese-nta-bors 1111-11 "I out. secur-xl a store. !enlng l-'or Sale, S-rooimd house, corner of Ford and Rurdeate streets; rents Short. Cross and Blggar, Kdmonton. ',.r> yr8. Kiblock. Mrs. Nlbiock is en for $�0 a month'; ull modern con-!was tn town on Saturday last. Mr. 'tortafning at tiie tea hour this aft-. Price. rJ.TOO; easy terms. Blggar is a young lawyer of ability. !0rnoon in honor of Mrs. Conytxare.1 teaching of Jesus Christ. anJ th.--(?. II. Itowman agency .lie is a son of C. K. W. Blggar, K. 0f i,t�thbri�lge. recognition of Mw great truUi if. .1. II. Wallace has siispos,.d of his ��" Ollxm Mowat. 'house on Burdette street; rents lor' Uv ollc Who, musters un-1 men Parker ranch, on the Ik-lly river. ,0 B W. Bradshaw. of Mograth. was'|S0 ft lnonU,. t.rice. w,800; casy'S'^�" IT , Tk brot.e"' e" C. S. Crest. Tho deal was made j In town on Monday en rout* to C.1- t�rms._c. ,. Rowman agency. >�T JoW 1 . U - Lt' lr through tiie Allwrta Realty Co. ;gnry, to attend tiie provincial seed ,-tne prow m �,n 1, nu.>ii> un.i tor- ^* C. W. GRAY THE HARDWARE MERCIIAlNT TELEPHONE 66 M M M W S Mrs. Ccny^are will remain-|jv� ^ tl'� i;�rl.aun,.,t The pub-o. M. Blggar. of the legal Arm of unlU Mon�Uy. the guest of her slst- Jlc \ro ofwn ,h" �renl,'st ��^rs. 1 . -u, viu..i, .to .and have a ri�ht to protect Itself. 1 The ultimate solution lies in the Xoxt Sunday is the missionary ��. *��� -w�r Mr. Bradshaw won! W. S. Fairfield, secretary and book ever solwd. as flrst|k**l*r ot u,� Fort 8tp0te Brewing has severed his connection with Krwojt'l H nlvx>rsory nt Wesley oiiureh. Rev. J.ja handsome gold medal �~ .----, M. Harrison, of Mediclno' Hat. will V"* for the largest and best crop,Co......- ------------ ( be the preacher at both s.'rvioes. Of- "own from registered seed. �hat company, and leaves tomorrow terings will be taken in l^half of Mr. A. .1. McLean, of Bater * Mc-1 or u*w>ri�,K*. w**1* ��> **ko missions. Lean, shipiwl on Saturday last from �* * *1,n,lar P��JtJ�� loc l}w Rev. L. Allen conducted services' Wncher Station four hundrod head of ^'lh'*U1�" "'T,in*,ll 4nd M*,tin� at Dcpthford on Sunday. He re- �Wle and three hu,.dred and fifty of Co' Nr' �>c succeoded 'thesv were sold to Mr. W. S. Medicine Hot. and the balance go to the C V ranch -Pincbcr Creek l.l'.UM I iiKKH'KRS ports a gootl congregation and rapid growth ol that community. Tho crop prospects look all right over Kcho. Coorgc Barrower, there. .1. S. Hull and family, of Tabor, wont south to Brigham City, I'wh. on Frklay last. Mr. Hull expects to considering locating � branch hero. I induce Ptohltes to come north 'ar/d jpart ot tho weak. Oeorge took a Branches, aro to be opened at Blair-1 settle. Mr. Hull has been one ot drive out to Mountain View on more and Cranbrook. Tolwr's progressive cltiwms. young Northwest Jobbing Com-1, pany's man. was in town early here by Mr. F. Smith, ol Aylmer, Quebec, who arrives tomorrow. Mrs. Fairfield will accompany her husband to Ijcthbridge. Their departure from jsat-l-s/act im the reports from the ro-Fcrnte Is regretted hy a host of tiriojr ollii\.-is, the league procevskd tba papular friends.-Fernle Free Press. Jto elect officers for the incoming The umi'iul .iu�ineM irnvtiiiu of the Wesley Chuivli lOpworth l*�aguc was hekl liutt Kiv.liiy evening The reports from tlu- various officers wen-sUvtements of coii�i�lcra�>��M�o��e�aiH�-i tei, who has -been associated with P. J. Bradley a Co. the past year, left Monday lor Calgary, where ha will consult a specialist for his deafness, and from there he will go to Banff, where he will remain during tba season, doing !p lot of work at the >anitorluin.- I Cranbrook Herald. A citizen showed the Herald a telegraph message- that had" been delivered without being enclosod in an {envelope, lie said ho had liWiluent-ly received massages in this way. Tal-egrai-h messages are usually too important to be loft open so that peo plo apart from the person for whom they are intended can read -them. The furniture and household effects belonging to Mrs. X, R. Macdonoll, are offered for private sale, and can he seen by intending purchasers at Capt. MaodoncU's ranch at any tkne -before th* 20th day of May, 1006. The furniture and household effects includes Mahogany furniture, S>:�ln-way piano. Bevel glass rosowood tables, Black Walnut bedroom suite, China, range. The form stock and implements includes milch cows, pedigreed bull torland Prince), calves, self binder, ha> pr.-r,s, dairy apparatus and mutvrous other articles. The duties collect�d at Lathbridge customs office in April amounted to $14,038.4.1, comparts) with 97.059.-20 the same month lost year. That's a marvellous increase. 10 Acres, $600 Not in ire limn l !f miles from l north, is uinler tint* state of cultivation, irrigates easily anil is tin- bout bur near town that can Is* found. Tonus an one-half cash, imlauee 011 time. There are ei^ht of these liloeks for sale. This price is not Kiiarantoed ">r �">' time, hut stands at present. year, with the following rusuVt: Hon. President. R-v .1 10 Hugh-son, II. A. President. O. D. Austin. First Vii\}-Preskk�nt, II M Clark, j Second Vlce-Pres�lent. Miss 10. 10. Austin. Third Vice l'i>-.nleal stroujfly to tho sympathies and activities of all Christian young people. With in- 9 c.rca*-usleK. 1). McCaffrey, C. i' li iiridge ftutt-man hciv, �inl who was> married, will occupy tlu- house hA DIES' SHIKT WAIST Sl'ITS SAT KEN INDERSKIRTS, SILK WAISTS. WHITE LAWN APRONS. (SINfiHA.M APRONS. BLACK SAT E E X APRONS. VEILINviS. TIES, COLLARS. SCARFS AND PLASTRONS. EMMROIDERIES AS\> ALL-PVER EMIiltolDERIKs. f New patterns in Dress Goods, Prints, Ginghams, J Muslins, Corsets and Girdles received  Today I iThe Bentley Co'yj Limited Wliolesale and Rettt'il l,ethlirid^e. Alia- street near by and laughed till his Wl �>> �'� A- H*1*T*- Ml' Mr McNnliii, our pioneer settler, Mo Wnisliier. it. (' Vli- visited iiiends nt 1,-t hbridge Inst and Wl.t.v. uhere Mr. Hinds is employed us c. p. it oporator. W. Wi-at-heiSiy mid family, << lluffato fii-i- movtitg -into i'b.' sluiion. WaeT-d.^ lrt ,,,,. M,,,,(, visiied �, TlZ brWga' to the job unt.ll he was '-'wmded," their friends May IVth, when a ,,ndge lust week. 1 ,,wv ,low ,, pierce, was the gUHrt o| �nd then gave up the chase. option, with daucng, wxll be given. ( R ,i|tiU alK, fal,lily ftre moving Mrs_ JU.LM,U Sunday. ;