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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta TABOR^TAIK Events In The Eastern Town PEOPLE WANT IRRIGATION SYSTEM CoaL Mining Dcvdopmcnt Near Woodpecker.  --- (riofii t!ini.-H, ( MuitUviiH! IJ�iL, 'hfts oi^enoii a vi^i'v �iM'U'i ami w^'li I'lirniHhcd iiar-(lor .vh()|> m-dr A. 11. Iloiigliii's store. a ((.fti'lng Hiinntig iilit 1.6 come togeih r pto!>l� vvi4l '!� Ihuiv to hoc �that \\\e clay i.s proporly obsorvwil. W. r HitsHoll. I'he i'nl� real osilivii! asmul, is locat^xl in A. � lliniHlio's ljiiil;Hiv�, ju-'^l. north Uoval Uolfl. Mr. Uns^^ll of and �i'i>' ci.niiiiod.oii.s jiiortiM'H, "txi-iiis to 'hi' lju.sy all t-ho 'tiiue. Si'vcrol TulJor ix-ople aif roiwi'tod to 'l>o itoromed in a eonl pin Woc.'diK'cki-r uikI tl�8 riwr, ai�d Mioy iK-liuvo iilKty 'have a prop-iiMy t/hu't i.s iiii.siii'|>ns.st>d m live district,. A t�o-.�tori-y block i� loh, tihc wati'r it'O t)cj>uin|iod from I'ho Uqll.v IMvor. 'Phe soil aroiin thi.s loMTi is of .the iJnesil, ami then Would 1)0 no dilliciilty raisiwa; groat crops of (K.-ats and alfalfa. '1^ 'towos|�ople will likoly takot .frantage. Milton Scott is operating job (irinting e.sta)bli.shn*:,'iit. a small The miner's hall is nearly complet-(-d. It is � very comlonlaiblo buil;!- hem; from Car- j The pt)piil�r I'tnor Mcf'htw is the .slrtfT of thfj Uoyal Hotel. Tho (i'ti7.n h'l'iK-lai' a iiwi'ii wvl'h coyote eyes uiKl -laciv I'ulAii'l i>ai'.s, calRi 8o iiiach u.ioii'L I'lie Tuuui' poi^iollice latt'ly, ihul i ihoi, I'd jiihI .slop oil amd Uiho a i".vp a'l i'l." He tA.>i.!iiii.ng enDctod across from the sritiliipn. The ground lloor \i ill 'Iw iisnd for �ti)rcs, and the iipr>er floor is i'i�td.'d for an opera house. K. L'. IJyIands and O. V. nnnnett, of Lf'thbridge, si>eirt l'rii.-lay in our growi.ng villagio. You can g-et tlu- Herald \v.>ek at A. Cainpliell's .store, i't is on sale. every where '.v. H. .Some of out 't aiiui cilii/orw?iH:e of Uvo. ttasluii(i'U*ii at \alley ^�o^g�, aii'.t I'lien aake your iiK'dit-iinig is pojiulitr here that 'lu'lxir .vhuiilii Mi t.nlai'gi.-d 'to take in tlK.- "llull iKKti'lion," and then aH push and make a g�)ot'ary-tiv>a�urer, M. \j. Scoi't, has return.'d from his six wvvk.s', visit 'to Utah mnA o4iher |ii/i'iits. He .seciiivd a helpmiaite while uliMTit. and 'is kept liiisy inti'oduc.iiiig till' .voiiiHg la'd.\- 'to his many fri'Onds. /VII weifl niy a mad rush (if two score of 'I'ahor's young |mhj-pl'.', wlwi ent'Oiecl tihe 'hiiuse at ewry door with sciwams and shouts that would nntke � coyote turn pate. Tliei luerr.v-makers seiztnl every loo.se ar-'tide t'hnt uouM iiiake a sound, and then liogan iiaiictem'On'ium, which reiginrfl lor lifl'iK'n dreadful manutes. H.v tifis t ime Mr. Scotit aiwl his hri'ile wi'ii- able to explain t'hal, nothi'nij' stronger than W'tiiter was at haml, whi-n iIm' unruly visitors iv?tired to. ili'^ir spveral - pi'aecs ot al-o.'k}. Mr. | Scot I .sa.vs he is a position 1o~ en-; joy an earthcfuake now, .ami axtds: | "I'l W'ill cost me "twen'Ly dollars for j repairs oni furnit.ui'e and tiin |>�ins." | (111!- .\(>ui>g and popular c;it.i�on, .1. II l{ii.-�*?ll. rccoiiit/l,v issi'ble, a mcwW |>riy.e list. The foliowiirg important ivsplii-I'ion was pos.Si'd: "That I'his .Associattion earne.��tly is'>coiiiiii>.-ivd lo the rroviiioial tta-jiartnient of Ati-riculluixj the i'lnport-aiicer-iiiN>n't station in iihe I'rov'ince, wh'cre iiu� ^'t i( at .oiis le bivt-'ding, IVx-ding aii'.l faiituiring of pouKry �dtall Ix; carriiHl on." The t'leetjion of ofllcain, of Innis-lail. was r;;-elecl..'d nocrotary-treasurer of the Associ'u't'ion for the on-suing .year. l'\>lloW'iiig aiv (.lie dates of (.airs to 1)0 held in t'he l�rovi'iicc this year: l-ion, .July 1!, 8, 1 and 5. Inni'sfail, duiy �. l.�aconibe, tluly 2 and 'A. ('algiary. July lo, 11 and 12. IMnoher Crcok, Julj l.'J. Okot,-ihi|>ridgc, Aug. l(i and 17. Cai'di^ton, Scpt.-l.S. Mn/graii). Sept. 20, Uaymond, S^pt. -'I. Olds, Sept. 21 and 25. Dklsljuiy. Sept. 20. Vermillion Valley and IVyaver Lake (Vop-revjllc), Sept. 27 and 28. Medicine Hat, Oct*. 2 an.i a. Macleod, Ooi. 4 and A, Ucd l�cer, Oct, 9 and 10. Pouoka, Oct. 11 and 12. ' ^ IniiL'^faiil, Oct. 12. IN THE punx m H. W. McKenny, M. L. A. for St. Ai'ltert, came to All)ert� 22 years ago ^trtd setitlod 'in St. .AIt,�rt, whopro hi- went Jnto iiIh? mercantile and lur trading biishnuss, and moved to K^il-nvontOn three years ago. Mr. Mc-Kenny wn�t 4>orn in Amhorstbiirg. Onf. He has 'bcien V'Ct-y �ctiv� in local and miiRiui|�uI alVairs at St-Alhert, having ser\ed as �ec.-c�n piM'si'dWFt of t-haC. M. 11. A. for two years. Mr. MoKeniiy 'is a life-long Liberal. BIG SHEEP MAN New Zcalander Spent i Few Days Here "I e:'(|H!ot 'to gjet back to my hrime hy I�ei-eiiiljer. From l>!tMirictge I  will return to Calgary, ami then go I to Wtnnipeg. From 'there 1 will go to Minneapolis, Chicogo, the two I Virginias, Kentucky, ond then to jSM. Ijoiiis. Woshingtcn. D. C, Bos- il|lll.R MnRIJKU WIIR AUCRlil I stiKly 'tihe conditions in itjie Stutes __ - ' �!> Ynnk�. a't home. I go i Population close upon 4 OtMJ and TaftS WNh Tic NCraM Ll�li'��^" '"""-onto. tlaw� and Mom-1 increasing daily. l*e third largest LETHBRIDGE TliP Ooininerciiil Capital of Sontherii Alberta. .lolin T. Moore, the momVer for Hod l>eer, altihoiigh never .in public , , _ life before, is a.� of t*>c best �nown -'""-V from .E��la,Kl over^ fifty y�.r� roi�l. .and tihen to Qiiotiec, jind there ' !'tJike a istoanter for VmghmA. I^av- �jng lOngland 1 will return .by wa..v of W. NorsworlAy, of C�nl)erti.ceon. (j^,,,, (vylon, and Aus- New 7mlai>{|. was in Let-hbridge a ,,,a back home in time for Jew days oliis week, simply for th� Dcwmbcr shearing." purpoHC of viewitig the cowntr.v. Mr. ' ' . .N'd�wori4iy ia � native of New Ziea- citi/ens of C/oritral A>l,crta. He came to this province when xite Buffalo trails risKiie wiil'h John T. nowadays. He owti� t'he electric lami, his f�mily having gone to^tbat y from .EnRlatid o%er fifty and he i� now making a trip j aigo around the worM. In bis native Island the 'is the owner of a 8,500 acre sJioep ranch, and is i�n� of the targicsl and n�o�t sue- ' ocsetfi*! sheep rai'W?is in New Zealand. \ town in Al'iwrta. A coal mining, I ranching and farming district.' Iii-corpora'tcd as a city this .vear. CITV OFFICIALS. Mayor-^.;t�e�c�in^ about linishod; inoeting Mr. No�wort:hy, and in the!spring crops doii>g well; also fall course, of a long conversation; liad | whwit. reason to belreve that lie 'i� one ol i Nanlon-Weatiher (uvoraiI)l�; no the ing up and looki'ng ttinu; fall wheat tonking (air, 'btiit more rilin needod! � Stavely-KavoPBhle weather; seod- I'i'gtht piant and tcle|j4ione plant and holds large interests in the sdrround- gil^ssive colony of the. British ii�g country. He has not "taken any l'""**- SpeakitJg p* aetive part in oi'ther tlie municipal gwtleman said: or larger fiolitics ol the town up till t'he present t'iJiie, and only dcciidted - -- - - , ,. j - i.'t the la.�f moment to come out 4n 3i�K:e. This is � most interesting benefitted -rrop the last election. Mr. Mooro. liket�'ipi�. t^e P�u l-lands, .t��n ^�^V'hc�t. moP. of the other n.en>;,ers of tJie Honolulu ami on across ih� Paeilic | MaiN^toUu - Wcatner favorable; ---------- ..,. f u,,.,� .vvoan tnnai, tipring whcat aiKl other grain look- l left mv han� the first |>art of, �� *�>o"t con.plct�l; some oats awd dcc�dk�l April. �� 'haw b(*n travelling ever j|tax to be ^^^^^^^^^^ yet; ra'in greatly IMirticularly the fall Alt>nrta man. L'Og'islatiiie, is a family wonderfully impressed Witih the mar- _ vellous. possibilities oi Cuinada. .  . Uhv>n 1 'BO home, I will not howitato W. F. Puffer, tho metnLer f^rom La- �" com'w. is a native of Lecle; 12 learned of,"Western t'anada, the push | inches rain: l,r,�H) acies prepared and progressive spifit of the people, land seeled last pa�t wxiik; ] broke olT mj come to 'the see v.-hy the tickot at Calgary to Now ^.wliwid -and Austrulia lead ihe world in sheep raising, yet from} wheat Uwkiaig well; seeding opera- his (m^lucatjon in Dhe sc-hools of-hard sht>ep rai.sing more ext'c knocks. He remembers learni'hg to be^'ove I am right when rca.d and write under 'the rod of the country school master, but when he W'as about 13 years 6i aig� his father tttkl motlher moved across the bortter 'to M'ichi'gan., aitd it was �t'hei* that .Mr. Puller got his firs'l taste of t/he 'umber camps. HLxtcen yiears .I'go he come to Calgary, where he ft great country for a young manjcd. s|Kmt four .vioers. He moved to La-com'lx* 11 years ago, and has since \ftsin canning on the liim'tier 'iHisiness to a ceriiain exiten't, aho .Mhg in-�t.eiv?st� heaiMl of Soullicrn Al-l>ertii. 1, cannoil understand why ihi'iv is not more of ill here. But �|)oak'ing of Shi's part ol Canada, 1 am imprcawjd with the idea, that this wiuiv energy, braias and anioitiou. We have noiihi'Ug to com|�are with it in >ew /leaianii. nor have they in tions completed; not much growth yet on account at cool weather. M�cleooc.ts very, favoraMe; about 90 i>er cent, seeding complot- Pinehei'-Favorable weather; much sooding Aetna; snow tiurries and rain during the week ha� atMed much Auslrai.a. Vou ai* right in the j moi.H'ure lo the ground and benefit- John A. Simpson is the man who is to rept-esonl tlie consliituency of Iniiisfail in file first l�si�lature of Aib-rta. He was iboiti almos't next aoor to the pini-e where the Hon. Frank Oliver lirst saw the light lay. This ^tage of development here, with un-'toi'U i>ossiijiinjiea oilit-ad of you. Tho atines and'the timiwr of iiri'tush Co-ium>>ia, tJie coal scams of your owit i I'rovancc, will 'give lo the agriciil-'litral industry oi Alberta a sut^ady imarKoi, und An inijx^tus tihuit will of inaue ii one of 'the bri't^hiest. .^ems in was in the townslvip of ihe Dominion's crown. 1 'have secur-J'oeJ county, tout .John ej a yieat deal of inioi inatioa, since tod crops. !VEUt)K"T OF JlTliV AT TABOB. George ,'.h i njjacous.v, t^'j- -......^.....- ------- - . . left his farm home when ho wais still I cank,- here, and 'ih:;y tuii nw I ami ,f teiidri vears, and with his �ath*n- �s i.ad as a >ankce for asiiinai settled in Hruce. His fathtir was a 'iiuesluons. Uo vhey aak mainy V.ue.s- ScolWtnmn from Abeiaii) amd sullering which hi; enduwd i� onton of tha-t liniment relievoii and the |>eopl� still live. Wherei"!^';! ^^^^.^ ,^^j^ s,^,.p ,^st would you have 'IIk! po�tollU�, any-1 jpss than one liottle bow'/ Most everylvody wants it in has ellocted a pernnanent euro. if troubled with sclatics or rheumatism iheir' particular localily. The In-sfK'cfor will sa.v "wihere" soon, peril a | is L lute Hon. I^eieit W'hitc, of Siherloook, left an estate valued at altout taOO.OOQ. Hie rteiit'h occuriwl at St. Ijiiuiont, Man., ci Mrs. Alex. Carrier, at thij (.acl lo the 'time when we weie only T '^i' J'^'a'''' 7 months. Dewas- . y �l tvas the oldest living native There is witwl lioi'c, always something in but we don't wal�t to the go ftct|Ma'inl'?d with our earlier friewls, Manitoba, having bi.en born in the Jack rabbits. There seems to be,BoniXace 9epl. 30. 1802. oi 9t, ial coll'.'ge ut Toronto. He ioamod he car|>ci>icring trade, and has al-ivays been a 'bui'ldcr.  He left W'ing-linni in 187S), and eanka to W'in�ii>eg, where he 'took up land. He farmed ill Mani'lolia for eleven years, ail;out ,, t.l>j hairiy and i'lilly e,xpress niysell as reached Calgury in the to their i:oi':iiii,iiiy, (generous nature. 1 am thoiougniy enjoying I'his iwriion ot t'tte trip, and only wish that I aiigi�i spend more time here. Vou evi.aently have a �dciight-iul cliiivaie. iour couuliy is inajr-mlicent lo look u|m)n, and your jiea-well, 1 don't know liow to 'had. He summer of 1890, where lie s|>enit one year doing -a Vi'ttle in the 'ranching tine. In 1892 he o|>ened up in the lumber btisiness in InnisteiU, in which he has 'been eniga^d up to this time. He has .been a politician iro�n tlve beginoi'ng, and was tar years a ineintxsr of the 'l\?rritorial House at Hegiina. Thot t'he y the ,iury composed of Poter McltKw. fje'>, C. M'i'llar, IVier Hammer, .las. 'Imu-son, Oeo. lloag'i'in and Roderick Marlow at tho intrucst held by J. D, Hiigintiotham, Koronvr, at Tabor last Thurs!lay to imiuire into 'the 'death of O'oo. Shorthou.so. l)r. liang, in 'his evidence, thait Shorthoii.se was a man Tjuste.3s-I)r. Oulbraith, O. H. .Icihnston, B. Niinmons, V. W. Dooley. 'BOAHD OF TIIADE. President-C. P. P. Conyheare. , Vice-President-E. U. Bylands. .Secretary-F. IL Barnes. ExeciHive-Wm. Oliver, C. O, K. Notii'se, F. Sick, M. Fretnnan, M. Barford, M. Young. GOVEIINMEST OFFICIAL8. Bominion Lands-.1. W,^ Martin. Inuiiigration-A. 10. Humphries and iChas. Maiiir, Begistiar of Vital Statistics-C. B. )lowinan. Po,-�tinaster-.L 11. Higinbotham. Collector ol Cuktoms-.1. Kenny. , CHUKCHES. Anglican-Be V. J. S. Chi vers, rector; Uev. PavKl Jones. Boman Catholic-Uev. Father Von Pighera. Pre.sibyterian-Bev. A. M. Gord in. Methodist-liev. J. E. HiighHo.i. IhiptisI-Bev. Ohas. Padl.sv. Salvation Army-Capt. Flaws. BANKS. MoDtrc^al-It. V. v�, Commerce-C. O. K. U. McMickihg, stated about aod aidiniraiile energy. Vou have a liaople that would 'luake a 'garden out . ol tt di'son, awl with the lands and '^^ yi^ars of age, w^ell nourished, ard clinuitc at tiicir er part. From the injuiijs weic;h�l about 200 pounds that he fpund a scalp wound, in which the scalp was torn from the skull Ixiiio. 'Ihcre was a t^.'sh 'wotind over the lower .jaw, and a the. the' NOTICE you can easily imagine that 1 i-,vtrd yet I fail ""on flilVeix nee ibctwocni them ;�ave five si^j'nals. Northwest 'I'erritorios on the 21st und the Canu'dians. ine |ii30|>ic v� i Luierin:�,'�id-JSovemhcr, 1903. by which it is pro- these, two nations are a womlortul lent, said they found tlie mom 'flead vide.! that ''No person .shu'll practice peoiile, und iJK'ir two Hags are the in t'he c�ge. Ho was janmicd be ......'�-' *�-x-'tween t'he side of t'ho shaft and the T'ho I'urihcr 1 go more I loel that,and was cau.scd 'by "bhe .dislooailon and '^^^ aii'd injutios to the Ih'ji- ax, eitiher dne of which would huve siiflicient to catise ..death, theie is u tiie mat �aturuii> uuius V^a.n\ R. Smith, onj^'inoer oit the lie 'Respecting Anglo-Saxon race. Here in Can-jnvine, said nhat in oi�erdi;ng -~ .toll r.w>ithc cag?. thoy had t'htee signals (oi and five for coal. Shorthouso The attention of all veterinary surgeons praetising Uieir profession in the Province of All.eris is drawn to the provisions of iihe ordiitanco en-ti'tk'd y\n Or'dinanco Veterinori Surgeons," and amend- ada, inents thereto pnssod at ihu- second t' arc session of ulie LL>gisl'a'ture of tho to dGitcot j-ii) 2ls.t und t'he tUvnadians. The people ol a wonderful Icftt tho itrot'c'ss'ion of veterinary surgery in the I'rov'ince wd'thout havt'ng first ol�t�iinixl from the Provincial Seci-e-inry a license as 'Ivereinafter provided, entitling him to practice veterinary surgery." In applying for such I'icense, lit is necessary for t'he appli-cnnl to I'uin sh the JX>|)artment with the diploma he>d by himj or such other evi'donce as may l)e necessary to prove h'is right to practise the profession. Each appiication must tic ai'coinpani'cd with a Iwc of $15, and should be afddl^ossod lo 'Ihe Honorable The i'covincial Socrfttary, Ed- "itf from her sl  I., Hhoi-rhoiise rans the hell of the shnW. when Bank- ot Manager. Hank of Nour.ie, Manager. Union Bank-O. Manager. RAILWAYS. " Lothbridge is on tl�e Crow's Newt line of the C, P. B., and is about to liecotne a divisional |K>int. It is the headquarters ol the A. l(. & L Kail-wuy, running .south to (ireat Falls, Montana. .1. J. Hill's new transcon-'tincntai road is almost sure to strike this point. Boads are also lirojected north to Calgury aiNl Leth-hridgo in a very few years, is l�Kely to t>e a big railroad centi'e. FABMLNO. Lethbridjie is ttie centre of the onl.v irrigation distriot in Canada. .Some of the finest farms in the west are lo be seen near the town. A't present the unirrigotcd laiMls in all direetioiis are l^eing rapi'diy settled, and liiore is no doubt but that this town will .soon be the centre of gie'iMlmitigi6likir'c�'ra/r Dining can. . , For. fall infortnatiori aMwM UJ. Beigemann,' travelling agent; ;371yi Robert at., Sit. Panl, Minn.; pr Jaa. C, Pond, general paaaenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. WM. SHAW Painter, Paper Hanuer, Decoratofi v agent for Empire Wall Papers, iromi oc. a roll up. Best of work guaran.-teed Resirtenco-First hou.se euMt. Court House, on Baroness Road. r ITOWN LOTS $ Residential Tjota in Blacks "C" and "F," Apply to t Real Estate and Insurance. $ Morris & Hendricks Transfer Co. CONTKACTING DMAYINC COAL DCLIVCIY Cash niUHt accompHiiy orders all coal Office-First door sonth of vation Army barracks. Telephone 77 Sal car was called by the .dooeasod, and he .S'tatcid 'he was going to tihc Ijpok what .Japian has dime t'he past Hi' s""* Hhoithouse rang the decade, from un inland in itilie s a, three iti'mes. 1 he engineer's rcpl.v without (jiv.S'iige or tiowrer, she has si-gnal was for coal. The bells for deve'ojMtd into a coumry thiBt roust some time 'Inave 'been ringing false. I in odjiisti'ng the rtid not iwport the faulty bell to any (.'hina is awaken- ofllcer of the comiwny. I'n m.v cpin be reckono'd w.Ui rights of nations ol '>" 'Occeas.^l l>oarded the car be fore l�ai'ng justifiod. monton. Allterla. -o- W'illiam Cox oiwl liivv, William (^arney, ers of Smithl'ield, over the iKvssessiion ol two .cats. mind of man '^l^;;'- J':^^'^^ ; w. A. A.biir, general manager of Inot torm '^"^f j'^ ^n ''he n,ine, .aid be never knew until .^:hrr ro::: ii^ir^osrr....-.^c ..i, was of Mr. S'horthous'^ As ix^li* 'to a R.'ea.er e.��..,. - ,^ .p^^^^,. ,^tery or Ohio, quarreled .lapan. We of Sew '' - realize to a g-reater e-xtent than tho; i be lunepai of c'ntda. England or the took ,Hace to the Tabor eommerci- Friday, and was largely atten*>d Carney was leaving the yard. Cox people sei/od a slvotigun amd shot him dead. ITniitod Srwise, that is lyit�g himself and firoil the second load in- dorman.! in the Orient, and we look lo his breast, -dying almost instant- fo I'^nglamd and the Suites grad- � j iiaily merge comnii?rcia'lly for mutu-Aniong the ro'rtienl changes propos- i�l pr.vtect'ion. The Unilod State.'*! ^ Taylor, ol Margarce, Meihoflist conference has maxle a success of the tariff says: "One botkie of MINARD'St - ---- LINIMENT cuivd a swelling of the favor ti* Ch��..r. S^J^^f^K'oO." ^ cd at Lho 11. C. _,...___.___ are resoliHlons to obolish *he time fpiP'^^ion, and so far as our colony limit, in the stationing of minr is concerned. w, June 4th, 1906. i'incher ('rc'��k, Werlne.*day, June iVth. 1900. Mncir-od, Iriday, .Juiie 8th. 1906. Jjothhridav, Momiay, June llth, 1�06. .Uediciiie lint, Wodiic^iday, June 13th, 1006. At ten o'clock each day. The saK-� wili, 'be subject 'to the fol-.owing i'Criiis and conditions: TIk! Beparliiviit reserves the right .o withdraw any of uhe* lands from I'he sales or to include amy olihor laT�dE therein. I Minis will he sold at an upset price of ^ii ixtr ^cre. In no case .shall a larger are� 'than one �piarier-.saction 'he liisposrud of lo one purchaser. The suites will cvnly convey tho sur-laoc rigiiii." and will be subject lo iho Usual reserveitions in I'nvor of the Crown. Whv ih�' oaiik on which 't'hey are sav-1 itravvn. l.l.si.s of the hi wis to lie soid may lie lia'd on uppMcaiDioii to the Socre-lury, Department of the interior, Ottawa; W. W. .S'tiiart, Inspector of Itanchcs. f'ulgary, or to tihe Agent of Dominion LaiKls at t.'alg'ary or at liethbridge,' W. W. CORY, Deputy MlniHter.-Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 1st May, 1906. BRIGHT *nd SPARKLING Wines for the: eladorate banquet or the simple fondly repast can be ordered from ns with the certainty that the tiuality will be high and the prices mtiderate Our Foreign and Domestic Wines are gatherded vfrom the best, growers" at home and abroad. M. EirROY WhulcMlc Dealer In WINEF. LIQUORS �nd CIGARS p c V>. Ltihkrldgc. Alti. Central Boot & Shoe Store W. T. RENSON. PROP. Leth bridge, Alta. Barnes ^ Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAJ^ AGENTS Officc-Sccosd Floor S�atliar4 Black Pest Office Box 3 Talapbone No. 122 CHOICE ANDIES AXES B EST REAli UNS City Bakery Reid (BL Co. EdcA Rett Poultry Fjtrmt liethbridge, - Alta. POULTRY and FRESH EGGS for sale.. Delivery in town three times a w�?k, (Settings of Barretl, White and Buff Plymouth Bocks. White Leghorns, White Wytui-dottes and Buff ()rpii)gtouB, tlM per 15. Duck Eggs, 1100 for a setting of 9. Road tbs Herald Ada, ;