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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta A. Slater Invictus Shoes For Men==== PLANS DRAWN i HURT BVQiSfX TULL WAS REDRAFTED PEOPLE WILL VOTE. A.XOTHIfitt WAltMltOUSE FOR SMITH STREET r � 0 FAULTLESS SHOES Men who tiro pnrticulcr about, tHoir shoos-will find perfect shoes hero. Do not waste yonr time uoiiiy; from one store to Another to liti'l tho shop you will like. Come here first and save yourself the trouble.. We can please nearly every man with shoes; not all-that's imposBi-b)e. But at least you will not be talked into bad, unsuitable shoes ' We carry a full ran^e of the famous George A. Slater Invictus Shot's. Prices to suit all.' When buying Slater Shoes see that yon pet THE GEORGE A. SLATER INVICTUS For the NeW Parliament Buildings City Council will Submit a Bylaw to Ratepayers. NOW A CITY > a. 00,1 9 3 * . Itklmoirtnn. May 7.- Tin? estimates went, through with a rush today. , Mr. Rutherford spoke for ono hour. � Messrs. Robertson and Itlebort re- 1 ^. . .... - piled very briefly, criticising only '.evening, nil the members being pres- VERY MUCH LIKE B. C. STRUCTURE Hie fact that the details of the piiv'cnt. The Town Council mot on Monday -- jposed oxiwmditurc co m charge of th01 Lethbridgc now one of Five Cities Lethbridge branch. J. Roach, of Oivl- i i.. A||urt* gary. ono of the directors of the � 'wre,,fl t'oiiipnny, has 1*\m lwro assisting in the comtuot of the negotiations. The company will mamA'aeture ami water main on Cottlts street, bo- ed by 10. C. Hopkins, provincial nr.'mostly in Southern const Ittioncios, Itween RompnH niul Purferln. Thc ap- chlteot. and are ready to bo submit-jfor which -the stool wns ordered its I plication was referred to alio Works |dtml ce"�l',�l concrete blocks, cv-ted to the Legislature for their ap-fnr l>ack o� DocenHier last. jnm| property Committee. \mvnt "ricks- �-'�-'�M>i�t l>ostH, wlmluw provnl. i Ono 'hrhkee at Medicine 11�t will | The Secretary of the Board of Hls' UnMlt�i>m�. In Ms nwin factures the building cost fifty thousntwl dollars. He |Ti�ikIo wrote asking the Council to ' 1>'��1W.V8 ��IH.r.a.rt. elatmes wore changed the II. V. parUanu'iit building, but work to l-e done, ns the Oovommonl blowinff around the streets. The | l,c" ns coll,lng w4i�tac-:lho headqtMtrlers �>f tholr Inwlness in"1"1 Kiving the building from .the as �.ltor�l to suit tho views of the lion the Council would take in vof. Southern Alberta. While they do not ih. Th l.etlvbridge is now a city. The charter granting Ineoivorn-l ion ns n city, weh't through Inst week, nnd'ttie l*leutenanvt-Oovernor hns given assent to the 'bill. Tho charter was sHjplitly amended �l.y I he l.eg'isliH.uiv, though nono of l'lio comiwtny will make IjtMh'brklgo , nt employ xlo/.on THE 2 MACS LETHBRIDGE Al.BERTA BIG BARGAINS IN STOVES IS "Souvenir" Stoves coing at cost. Our slock of Stoves is far too big. and we must reduce it to make room for other goods. Everybody knows the "Souvenir" Stoves, tind wt* will match them against any other make for workmanship, linking mul lusting (nudities. At these prices they make n bargain yon cannot attorn to miss: Souvenir Cook. w�s $4.j,00, now...............S.'{."> on Souvenir Cook, wns $41100. now...............*:J4 Ui Souvenir Cook, was $48.00. now...............(ni Come iu and soo them- -it won't cost you a i;ent. l?i�-member there are only IS. Small stoves fnun ?T."�0 i�> SIT.tn'i. THE CENTRAL HARDWARE STORE Ci. L. VHOOMAN south looking northward, one sees a House, wont through. The company eivnce to water and sewer mains p*!100' structure 2Ui� feet from cast totwst, is now sirttjeet to Companies Act ami along CraMi and Glynn streets, \Hs-\n *,nlt 'dozen of m-n nt llnnketl with octagonal towers nt ��kv 'i�t"?r legislation by tho Prov- tween llompas ami Conrtland. Ha ,tnc start, the tlevelopmont tnch corner ai�d with round turrets'ince. The pooling iloure was cut will l>e informed t-Jvitt a by-law will ;�*' tllc huwiness. they feel, will war-marking the interneetlons, ami crown out. The itmnnger of the ctnnimny l>e iiibmittetl to the i>eople to be m,lt " steady incivase until the coned symonrically by a huge dome ris- says tin- company will bttiM a hall vot-d on with respect to water uml,1*T Incomes 'one of the lest mnnu ing to a height of UJl feet million 'busliol cleanHng ontl receiving sewer Iniprovcnients on CwtM), Olyn frteturing i�i�t it ut nuis Speaking in an architectural ��ns?. elevator m the east etui of Caloary, Ashmend and otltcr streets the building will le really a main "ear the We�torn Mill, also fMtoen I \\\ II. Wallace's application for a building 100 !cet front by 1U"> feet country elevators throughout AI- second dray license was granted, depth, ami lln.ik.vl on either side by berta. ' I A communication was rood from 'purposes, and there is � grout future wings of 80i feet, nvaking the total 'I'he Western Oil and Coal Com- W. C. llrown i>e cost of pumping this business in Hie west. I'r..it> frontage of i>'j3 fciM. Pany Wll wont through the commit- water, and stating that Ijothbrklgc Jclose to 2ri.000.iioo barrels of ce- ment, weio used in the 1'ivited States For the sake of conformity with ordinance, a has 'boon added continuing the pivsetrl practice of presenting more than *''w estimivtes of the school board to in the district. \ As tnos! |H'ople niN- atvaiv, cenutil 'is being generally us�'er cent. Iw shall re- H. Sago........................ suii'-s Units to tlv*- Leg>isla-t|ve cbam- ceive A>t U�e close of tho season Mortis & Hendricks....... I,.r. when the company collects the bon- Sherlock Freeman........... Comiii.-ncing at tho -basement,'us. H shall |my to Uie growers one 0. 1-. Vrooman............. which is ten Wvt above ground awl half the bonus on the nnsis of the 0. (1. Wildman............. two feet lieiow. there is room pro- amount of scoharino matAcr contain- Lethbridge Herald...... ..... tklivl to the left of the entrance for cd in the lx>ets which they have de- lethbridge iron Works.. the tiovernmoirt printing ofllce, the livered during tlie season. llurfalo Meter Co............ stationery department, press room. The -bill was reported nod the .). Ashcroft................... vaults, and to the right for nddi- amendment read a llrst ai�.l sccoixl Adams l.umtier Co...... iiotml otllces which may be use.1 for tinie. pivporing tlK� -Mil for its tMixl Enterprise Lumber Co... w�l>ntev.i purpose nwiy l|.ng debute during tjhe evening �es- Lot�mrfclge Eleetric Co... t)K> nechaiMsm of the Seating plant snm The nmutvdment to which ex- liCthbrldge Electric Co... to beat several acres of lloor space, ception was takmi provided tha>t any Easton & Co.................. with provision for oVwlopiug jKiwer , drover or stockmen who was driving Uentley Co..................... if It is found advisable. rattle from one |mrt of the country Ix�th'iritTge Herald........... On the first floor, or ground floor, to tho other. should be roirnired. C. II. Ilowmnn.............. as it �s .isuaily called, although in \when he was asked to do so by any J. .1. dohnston............... this case it is ten feet from tho oHiieen. to produce a certified copy of Central Hardware Store.. the city treasurer on or before Juno MO, and limiting the school rale to 1.*) mills on the dollar. U'he charter allows the city to pass by-laws imposing fines for cor-�tain offences. As originally drawn, these by-laws might be enforced either by Hie city itself or by any private eit.i/eii iM'ingn-ng an action. The iimeulmeiii takes away the jicr-misstou thus given lo private indl-ilua'.s. 'Hie right to impose imprisonment ,as a penalty for vtoovtioa of by-lows is now confined .to judges. In the original charter the city Is given power to aid enterprises by CITY -Continued---- - granting tax cxemirt'ions, by sub- SAVE MONEY NOW THE NEWS OF SPORT. su-nr.i. there will be the oilh-es oV the brands of the cattle he was driv- O. I., \roomon...... I>r Sii-vrirt bus ien around with stiLM-r-vt :�iti list for the lueros--lean:, not lin't wrth >plen:l|.l suciw Th.....am had a rattling practice on soil you lots IIOW in Momia.t nirln. a lot of players K- me i,nt. ii, uitb'orm. 1 cm Tabor for $100. that will Is-selling at S200 in a month's time. 1 The Ta' or lloxx-r's Association il'ooll.iill Clu".) herewith challenge rthe L-th'>rnige Football Club to (tixxl Funning Land for sale ploy a game at Tu'or on Victoria His W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agi'til TaU�r. Alia. Hay. Mny 21th. HHiO. Please nctvpt same throiich ihe nw� lium of nr!nw-n: in ;he left wing, ami the authority from -the owner, to show llobt. Ximmons addressed th.> l>ut>t,c works dp�trtmetK. occupying that lie wns entitled to drive tho cat- Council in reference to the Hooding  he entire rear of Kie bulkling, w-hlto tie. Fa ling in this, ho was guilty of of his cellar -during the irrigation in tlx- centre is a main hall or ro- an oli'cnce against the act. season, and ' asking that steps I* . iVmio tumia n|Ks. for niturc reference. master was instructed to look 'into i)n the second door is the legislut- The Chemists atKl Drugg>i�ts Dill l.-ak in ditch nwl report to Works ive chamber. Coming \.\> the broad was thrown out on Snturdny. The ond Property Committee stairway, one arrives in the lobby |�harinacisits objected to a clause, A p of the council, which committee 18.02 'gn.tion. (shall have power to summon wltnes- .... 31.30I -rhe 1/rtbbridge niiKrters have' ('onllrmntion is given to tho issue every confidence that they will make ,f waterworks debentures and to the ...$2M.28!ft grt^vt rerord this seascn. agreement between the city and the 5.00 J -pi,,, teams were: Tath-2.80 |,,.t)�lM-idge-tlagnoli, lb; Honl-er. j,,.;,!^. Medicine Hat awl Wetaski-210 3b; Simons, ss; Hailcy. 2h; Moore, win 3.75 ,.f. Kenny, If. Anderson. |>: (1 alii van. -0- 15.28 p. Houk. c; Culhertson. rf. ''95 empire-A. E. Humi>hrles. fJi.liiu- for >nle cheap at' the llrew-ery. Hit: l'llK'K FOH STOCK (S|>ecinl to the Herald.) Calgary, May 10-The average. Is sokl i�t t1>e slock sale hero was 8103, the largest in tr people $20 on her water tax for a .war. here are preparing to build a S25.-from April 13. 000 labor temple. Solicitor Conybearo was thanked' �, beliind marble collonodcs supporting the main weight of the roof. In the rear the gallery is surroundtd with glass, giving liglit to the whole Poit Mulgrnve. June 5, 1897. C C. IUCIIAKDS & CO. Penr Sirs.-MISAHIVS LINIMENT for the cflicient manner In which lie prepared tho city charter and watched the same while it wns before tihe ; Legislature. , Councillors Oliver, Deoloy ami A small file* uf s ihe 21th and see the great game of *Rrfu skvl'^�l; . ,. . . �, ,, . . , ' On the same level w.th the baseball between Medicine Hat ami ichamber, and in the coiling there is js lny remedy for coWls, otc. It Is the best liniment 1 have ever used. MRS. JOSIAII HART. WANTED. WANTr'D - Ot-n-rul servant once-Mrs. H T Clwrrv at Wnnt.sl-Mrv Ceo WANTED. Rogers Applv to tf Ft ill su.i: Fixe lols niw 211X1". ing; spleiuDd foiiu lui h mnt: twiter m houw; NOTICE- WILL SELL IIKI.oW COST Will take wagon, harin's-.. .rw> or cnttl* ns part payment Apply 31 P.DHT ADAM �l,,rey house. ie>l air lie.il ii an I Iuhi-1�� "*!�* I'Uin. Lothhridgo nt tho new athletic grounds. Medicine Hat has a good team, and will do tlie beat they can to repeat the victory they hod over our team at the Hot in January. Rut tlie Savages ore bound to win, and are practising regularly for this big match. ---o-� visitor's galleries, and just It-hind the speaker's rbair. is the press gallery Renotifh the visitors gallery uiv the relirirtg rooms of tile leader of the government and the loailer of thn Opposition, the smoking room uml nil the rest oupislalure is in ses- C P. IS EXPRESS 1IKLP 1'P (SfK-cinl to the Herald.) Calgury. May lO.-The V. P. It. , , . , ^ . express was held iR , pWo m, ,,, TJ� salary of .1. II. Fleetwood 1>aggwg(> Prt,niniM,i the crime was advanced ^oo per atiniim. - A by-law np|K)intlng P. Jones as o-- assistant ronsiablc passed Its sever- LI.MRER LV ALRI'RTA MOUNTED POLICE IlEPORT. ul readiugfi. , Calgary. May 10 -Lumlier prices j The town clerk was instructed to ' OVPr Albertn will fro up from .W to make enquiries as to cost of enamol $1 por thousand. This wus the de- SCIATICA CURED A ITER YEARS OF TORTURE. Tor more .than twenty years Mr Ottawa, May 3.-Commissioner 'or O,hor wuno "ltaestcrday by the Parrv, repontng on the Royal North |norR- Mountain Lumbermen*- Association, sion. To tin. i\nr is ttu' legislative West' Mountod Police, nays: The Watertnuster Scott reported re* ^ whitl, wos j, WWKion lK.r,. 30 library, th;. executive council oham- stri.ngth on Nov. 30, was 54 ofllcers |P^T �� �W�>�'alk� ami the deepening -,- U.r and the rooms for the press. fl50 ^^^^^a 0mcers ami iof irrigation ���ch�. ami of the U|!S. Cfji;|| 8nooT. he rhjSit. and hu wins* �,M ,,,r r'"n c,uh Wl sciatica. The pain ami sulTering' resp-etively. The mimhar in Alberta. Snakatcne- \ boulovanta ami tree* y shoot of tho Alberta ra� held last night with Sewer pijie the following results: Th? materiul of which the capital wull ftnrt Xortmwest Territories was Iwd been placed in an irrigation cut A Class-Wm. Oliver, gold; L. X. L vlngstonc, which hv endured during this, time is KrES^M baildtag will le construed is not ^^^a'noi^uni^onaa of-�� '��"e a Hotter crossing ..... McEwen, silver; Jan. Ch\.n.U-rl�m One >v� derided, ami as a matter of fact. ^, ,n(1 conlrtab,es. 09 interpret- jhuwlred tr^-a had been brought m ,ro,,e. from the farm. Water was o\|>eete.l \\ class-11. Pnriridge, gold; A application of that liniment relieved it de|>e�>.ls 011 how much the 1-og-is- crs Total. 583 and 513 horses. ihe pain possible, has elleeted a permanent 'on Wednesday. ami miHlu sluep and rest ,lUUIV ,,.,, ,Hspo�.d to nppn.prlute ,, tlM, y k 4crrilory t.horo v-ere am. less than one bottle f(>|. ,Jlt> ^ ^ (>( t|w ^ ^ ^.^^^ of. | Inspcotor Parry reported Ones and Roonny. silver; F. Roonoy, bronze- troubled ttiih sciu-tics or rl^umu'tisia building on tho present |�lans might flccra nml t.0nfrta*ileH. 40 Interpret- other rcooipts amounting to $9o dur- wby not try a 25 cent 'bottle of be anywhere from $-100,000. Ituilt ers. etc. Total, 228 men and 0*0 ,'"8 AnriI-l'uin Jlalm aod s.s- for yourself how 0( ita|i,, marble. It would proi.aMy ,Un,^ hi tho Northwest Territory I The Sec.-Treas. reporusl for April ..uiekly .1 relieves ,l.e pa,,, For sale ^ ^ I(lUlu>n8. m>r,. ulv two ^ |(OW {)roM lUoro ftro icn wl.'�s follows: all druggists. U�ST. \ horse. ln,y, |,raiHied -on riljli-' thigh; ulout 9 jrars old, shod all round. |m,. ,,,, tlV |m),u.s,. SD� rewmil oileitsl t� parly returning to'Western W.iiehou,,.. ^ |lallH. Icr Co.'s Staliies LOS I A baby's gold locket and rhain. Fin.t'f please i-etuin to the Methodist pnrsonugo and be .suit ably n-wnrdod. lions. classes of stone, howover, which are I LAND AT ORASSY IJVKE. I A Wisconsin party has secured 18-!ooo acres o-f land near arnssj- Lake. visions, eaun mm � .rT-~t-�.�-i -- - -...... -.......---- � _ , . e, _, of t,w post'aiKl 104 ,K..nnanent outposU.. $0.00; PuuikI. $14; Dogs, $9; FimM.. ; been o(Tere7..1D. I have -1,000 bushels extra One Turkey Red seed wheat for sale at SORE NIPPLES. A criticism Is soanetltnos made that '.ho meinl>ers of tho forco are too young. This is not well founded. lion of actual value. Friday and .Saturday at Wright's.-Huffalo Fac-� tory & Mills Syndicate o( Toronto. YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY. LOTS 00 WITH A RUSH. The C. ji. Uowinati agency has sold 22 lots in tho new Hiverview addition since Tuesday morning. Every my granary near Cardston. This' A cure may ho eftceUd by applying j|t> savb the average age of 050 non-wh-at has iH-en gradinl S�. 1 North- Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the ..o,,,,,^^,,,^ offilWs ami eons-taibles ern by tho (lovernment iiiKjioctor at child is donu.. nursHig. Wl|K> it oft  'algary, is perfectly pure him! clean, with a soft cloth before allowingthu -J0J years. kernels large and full, and of very chi'd to nurse. Many trained nurses -0- Is-st quality. Have raised 50 bush- use this salvo with tho best results. I Uattleford holds tho record for M�o els |vr ucre of this variuty on my price 25 cents per box. Sold by all number of entries made at any Do-own premises. For prico and purtic- drugi�is(s. ' : minion lund ofllce during the month ulars, address L. II. JellliT. L'ard- _ _ 'of April, securing the splendid total i of 1,013. Tho rush has kept up The Rig Sale of Wright's Doomed 1 _ ston, Alberta, or louvo orders for ~~~~ body soems anxious to buy before, t**x\ with C. W. firoy, Hardware. Three carloads of lumber wore sent steadily, and the fanall staff has twon the general advance in prices comes, lethbridge, Alberta. to Warner this week. , working night ami day. Good potatoes lor sale at tbe Western Warehouse and Transfer Co. ...... o. 1 . _m.. 1.. , 1 Stettler, Altn., less than sitx Jewcdury Stock nanU wly closes im>)rths ' llow 4oo Inl.alH- Sa