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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Soda - Water AVe have stufted our foiuiUiiti, and are pre-parwl to prove to you that we have the heat Soda Ice Cream -Ill iowu- J.J.JOHNSTON DRUQQIST aiK. STATIONER Photosraphic Supplies WaUh Kmii's ftd. flit. AlauUiu is from Milk Riv- CJrains for sain (.hj^ap at th� Brew-pry, 'IMios. rinv'toii is ill with appwKli-citIs. (Ii'o. M. Ihuu-h was in Moiil'ona �Hi is wfok. A. HroH. nuyincciKl, sprnt Vhp ]\o\-ivlav ill it own. Mrs. e?it Vi lirl.'.y , with frit'iid.s at MarlooJ. � loe TourviMo is golity; 'to Tabor to mniingc n livery �taibl��. .1. Irvim-, ot tlii|>ps. llH! Milk Hivw raiH'lKM-, is sxM'ioiiNl.v ill a't tJio hos-piital,- H. A. \Vri.yhi is having a foftage eroL'tetl at iho cast end of Dufleriii 9trf>et. For fireworks sii|>pli(.>h rail at Wallace atyil Hos-'H'Oii's u'lwl we liheir big sitoek. O. W, Korr exfiocts to bHng 500 or GOO Ifliwl noc'kers itito thin c iricw atablt! opecteU at lving I'ho o|>er�tor at lells in Hw tVmml School H*i� week. C ir. N. (!oi>ni*ll hn.s disposo.1 of his lots on UompaHs street to SmiUi Bros. aJ^d Wilson. ThMi't fori?et tl*e catcli penny social ae 'to Dakota to ]>fing �Iws laawily itcfo to i-esjde. There is talk of having a celcbra-'taon in a couple of weeks in honor of Loih.l>rids,�'s cueation as a cHy, Poi-o and Allen have the contract for sijppl.viug ' 1,.*)40 oL'metit blocks for the new Jobbing Co. building- .. .r. A. Cosbello, ot Calgary, w�>l'ghl� aiwI measure ins(>etor, wa.s in town on Sotumlay on an official Visit* Mis. Ha-nimor, Cai'dston, was in lowii Monday iMght on her way to Winn'iix^ wi'lh tilx' little ch'lrcU the (x'ople ot that 'town Up ii) groat s'tyle. ' , Whan you need a job turi'.'d i ut in modfiii S'tyle fl'nd at inoder-.to pricob, call up tt toys from 'the W'Dst end of t*�c town. The following have just been adrlecl to our .stock:  Paget Prize Plates, Special  Rapid, all sizes J FilmB, all sizes 9 Pr nting Out Paper  Printing Frames  Printing Post Cards 0 Ferrotype P.ates  Developing Powd*^rs  Lanterns, Rollers, Trays  Tripods. Etc  -=- : J.D.1liginlMtham&Co   T�lcplionc49 Night Bdl  T'hos. Orcen, of Caltfivry, .is on a V'iwit lo lji'lhbiv(>Kit'. The foiii't of revision will meet Tuesiia.v night next. Mrs. H. T. t.'hi-rry will wit ivceivo aginin until 'the 'fall. Ke.'p ill mind 'thf cwtch |ienny social .fie.vt Thiirsi.'lay evciving. .1. Uruce biiild'ing a house oo ttoui'.i'as Ktrwt for g were i'O from t'lie Iji'Ule Bow for *->vern1 days tilii.t week. M''. Waters. w>\uf recentl.v came li'i-rc to I'lrt'fT thf" e 'ICinpire Club ittuil'di'ng. H i*i Hvo Ki.ft of Hurry Cockle, It will Ije nilomod with � llafc doti�.t�l by W. Apfielby. Tomorrow the auction �a'lc dl fiit of -Mr l�hot' to Mr. 'rr(;ii'lK)lin ti. .1. llluu'U. prtiicipiil g�� Iri^wlH will fye In-terest-cce (.ere at the >^ vici.vity. sj^nt a week nisi ol the niomth. F. .L Turner, Uiie!'" K'^'Utly im- present accountant, leaves to o|�,i P^'*'**' Ijcthl-iaige, afid pro- a new biamh in Haerkatchewam. .i-cvernl points, and will here to-1 , da.v an'd tiomorrow condiiel'i.nK rmi?l-| ing-i^ for the Ixwftt of the teaelters ; ' in f'lK> f.*'lh'l>ridi(ic diMtriit. Mr. Mi' Ca-i-^', roiivcr-'Jing w-iih 'I'he Herald,:; 'd?clar:�r that Lflhliri'-'lse -^toiKl first | in his*'.>sit iniiatof -VMierta cit-i. It was fouwl by W. H. Rohsoti nfl�r Lundbrock. Mr. Case sfty� the pieces are larger and more diififinct than any he hfl.s ever of the sjiouijrti ttHVt had ');�>� .bless-, ing li!ii� part of 'iho countr.v. i'he M-s-.hodist Sunday School iv-ccntlv openoth'K residence. Miss fl'iscock left lawt Frklay morning for KIcMe, Kauai, Kaeaii'ii Islands. H C. McMullay evvning. May 31- T. BanvAliaw, wi'.io has boen employed in several hotels here, is now i j^jj, pim,e. connected wit^h the Union Hotel atj ^ ^ ^y^^,^ ., converging witO. Tabor. j Ht�rald. reiivarked t4�ai on his Mrs. Relcher and the Mi.'^es Bel- trip east to Ro.jsitna he iim not soe. cher left on Saturd'a.^' for Edmon-'a town that was as lively and proton, whoix! 'they will visit frion-ls for i gress�ivo as' l^ihlwidgB. He says ths sevpnal weeks. iMioks, The 'train crews wil^ le removed heiY? at tlw end Oi August. This �t-�'tf>n.t was in'Oido .by a C. P. R. i-mfiio.itv to the Horakl the other evenifrinfendont Krickson. It i.s .'aid thoit the Li4:orul "i.-min-ation in Nonl'h Renfrew wi.ll go to .'VHieri Mac.kie. of Penii:>roke, brother ot Col. Mackie, of Milk River, As we Iraki la�t week, the Colonel h�d (he iv!fu�al of 'I'he nontinat'ion. Br. A. Watson, from Qalesbiirg, Illinois, Bind Oscar Hooly, of Rios Lake, Wis., were at Coaldale with H. A. Sugigiitt las't week. They think that dis-trict is one ofKie best thyy have seen in Wesitern Cainaida. Conductor Oroei'es, ot the mixed tra-in runni'itg .between here and Mac-luod, mot with an acc�dent at S-t. Mary s last woc*k, which forced him to lay oH this week. Conduoior H-ayes, of Mjulioine Hot, is takiiig Hon- Oeo. K. Foster IvaA reKi�n�d|^^ Tuesday night. jdict.s a bright firluro for this city. He .sa.vs thi-re will l>o a bi'g rush to W/irncr jiow, as 'l.he ri.'ceiit rai'n.s will j create gren'ter intwe.vl in the lands i (here tijoo eiv;.r. H-i- nays AI'lvrcA is all the talk in the Sitaics, and |x?oplfng for Ma province an ev-er.v (rain. -Mrs. Kerr ai'conipani�l her husband. Tht^y rcliirn'^'d �to Far Fen wick's Career....-...... ..;. Mrs. Humphrej' Word Castle Craiieycrow......... .....(i. Barr McCtitclieou Graustark...... " Beverly of tJraustark " Cowardice Court .. " Pish Patrol Tales.......... .............Jack London Nancy Stair----Elinor Lane GaVs Good Man........... .............Marie Corelli Fren'/,ieUc. Hope Told in the HiUs...... Ellis Honae of Howley..... Pesk� Lady Baltimore...... Wistor Voyager..... Dr. Dmmniond Habitant......____. " Johnny Corteati...; " Crimson Blind...... .White Head of Gold.......Ashton House with theGreen Sbnttem S .................Douglaa ' >' ..............TarkingtoA ^ Puppet Crown .... .Magrath Captain Kettle....... .Hyne Etc. Etc. Etc. from the directorate of tlvo t'tnon Trust Co., Ltd. I'he comipany is closfl.v conneetfld with tlMi independ ent Foivstern. it is said I'ha't l>r. | Oronh,valekha and J. A. Mcrious considera- A'dvertise in happy. The wind ami the Herald and 1 e ar(h walk leading ROBERT SAGE THE PICTURE FRAMER Presbyterian (.'huii'h should be rrooniK ran out all at Oliver's Hall last Friday evening, and it was � very en.joy�file affair. F.xcellont musiic was fiirnishod by tlte popular liT'odhMn's orohestni. and at inWinigiht a supiier was served at 'the Palace Cafe. P. VWiert siient Sunday in town, and was warmly welcomed by his Horner and Hntolvins^n for Reli-i ho...t of friends. He is at Maple able Harness, .S�.V.les, �nd an.v spec-; f,..^^^ p,^^^ ^ branc* of The bulYalo herd in the Banff park has t�>.-,.n increasod this spring by six ftno calves. Tttis niak'os tlie total of �he htird 67. Mr. Webster, of the grocery firm of t^hurchill & Wobster. Clreat Falls, was in town this wvek. Mr. Webster is inler.'>Med in a ranch near Caiid- fftcm. inl work in the SwMlery line. Call on us for pi'ices; We giuara'nteo our work. tf Watan on .service next week to cl��ar up tihe paper on the sti'Oets and look after t'he nilihi.sh coulees. Pr. (lalbrnrth is offering � ntieoial ;iriw� of S5 for -the best V'Cgietai;n of Mrs. Wm. Wenk-rson on Thurs-da.v. May .list, commencing at 8 o'clock. .^dm'iMftion 2!i cenits. One thouwnd head of range stock wvre shipped from Cowtts hist week to S't^a�thmol^^, -.otween Calgary and C11eiche� on 'the CP. R. maiin line. The owners, Perkins and H'ines, are gorng to hK'ate there. The Two Macs arc as cnterpriS'ing OS ftver. They are having mile pottle put up ttU over the country tolling; how far it is to the efffablishment conduote-d by thf.se oro with Lethbridge. F. Bumont, a C. P. R. conducdge as soon as the 'divisional point is located here. A'liout 25 men wMll coitic here I'roin t-mnlirook alone. Harold Boon, ledgerk'cepcr in the Bank of Monlroail, Fort VViliiam, and son of Capt. Bean, of tlic R. N. W. M. 1'., Ma|�)e Creek, formerly of Lethi)rihas returned to Lundbreck, of'ter spending a couple of weeks m town. Lundbreck is go-inp i�hc�d rapidly, and Mr. Robtion is now employed on a large boarding 'house 'that is being erected. It is understood that mi'nes are -about to be ojicncd at iioints eas-t and west of Lundbrpck. Tttj suigifc^tion htis lx(�4 nt very li-WIe expen-se, and would put the S'treets in good condition. The ciwier walk at the north end of the A(|uai� is a sample. ncineMliar ibai iiM Waatera Wara-boiiaa A Traualvr Co. giv* you as much ice aa yoa rsquita every day. Conduct .w Ha.vcs, ol Modicine Hat, romarktKl to the Herald tihe other .night I4iat the railroad men who wouhl remove from his city to I.i(�th-'brwlf;' would miss the natural ga�. He \oM of one engineer wiwiiie bill for hi'ating and Ug>hting in April was only �L20. Tlie heat ng covei--�d u' furiiEtce and itwo .stoves. The ForwAisI Movement for Mls-Bions was itlM^ (o(tic of dificiiSition at the Kpwoi'lh L/cwgue la�t Fri'tiay. Nearly flftoen -dollars was roisad as the Ixne's donubion to missions for the yf�r .just dowin'g. Owing to I'he kjctuix! by Rev, Br. Crows on Juno l.'it, the next iiK�tii'ng will be -the conNei-ra'tif>n service. Mr. Mcpherson, who has been here for over a week writing up t'he, city for 'the WrnmiMf^ Fiwc Preso, returned to Wiimifisg Monday m'^ht. He thinks Lethbridgo is one of the ftn^t ci'ties in tiAe wcM, end an far aa conveniences, such as �r�terworks, electric Mghts and sewera �re con-srast, i� (mm most places beatso. Rour.d street. The proposil to build a two-storey 'block, the tinr floor to lie uaed for Icdgie lo'es, and the ground floor for st i � ii. A.M. McQueen A- Co. have disposed of two lots on Bompaa street to Chas. alMl hay call on A. Briichet. C. V. Reonett h�� roturnod from a trip to several fioints in Saskatchewan He reports a g>rcot influx of l>ottlt.rs to that provititre, all the 'trains being packed wi'lh land seekers. In Regina -it is wigs are goinnaiirt, ciHdoms offlcor at Coutts, has been givea � three montb'H lenw in* Absence. He will but Regina has not given up itgM by an.v moans. Call at the Brewery gr.iins. Caljpary Allvei^'an: The Hon. the for cheap take a trip to the Pacific Coast. He i W. Cross, attorney-general, was in has not boon in good health for;C�>�wry yesterday en route to I^th-some time; This is the first holiday 1'"itls* Mackod on departmental ho has had m iVfteen years. His business. Among other things, he work at the Iwundary is .being lak- will arrange the judicial districts m en by J. Reid. l^is afternoon a teachers' instvtitte conimeni-ed at the pctbiic school, and nitl he coni'iniifd all day tomorrow. Teachers are present from all over the district. J. Mc.Caig, M. A., and O. J: Bryan. H. \., are the s|K�k-ers Toinglit an '''At Home" is being given in Oliver's Hall by the focal tencbers. "Phe public is invite>il to all the nieirtiiigs. Councillor l.nmilwrt, chairman of !>he Work.'b and Property Committee si>ent a day 'Vhitre for the purpose of po^t'ing the council. He -is very en- th.- south. Mr. Cross .eniflg in government circles Jii.�t now. except the ordinary routine of 'bOsiness. He gwvc the Vlhertnn one welcome piecr on April 18th, has l>cen eonfiijna.-V by .t'lw lOtitr^iva scalled doabIeidgo Plant, j remains exclusively under t'he and has obtain >d a great lot of in-j formation to gi^e to 'Mi* council at the nc.vt mi'Ptins--Macleod Gavctte. Invitations are out for the n��r-riage of Mis.s |.:>iiiice Kmily .\ndrews, grand-daughter of Rev. Alfrtxl Aml-drewsi fornrn'rly of LtftAbri'dge, and coolroi of t'lie Bominion Oovcrn-ment. l^he 'diivction of the force in Alberta will Iw in tlie hands ay a third of the cost of iiKi-intenanct;. whi This price is not guaranteed for any time, bht stands at present. n. mcQueeti % ?o Howai-d Boiigias MclAiiglhl'n. M'^'ch i per annum.; iho Domin- wlll take iilaci- in Grace Church Win-|io, Oovemmont wlands tlie balance, nilwg, on WediKsday afternoon, .Jime 20TH CKNTCRY TBAVF.LLKR. fl, at ;�.30 o flock, followed by a reception at t'lie reftidence of Fletcher| _ S. Andrews, 491 River Avenue. , r>,th,.,-,,g,. had a visit Wm. Oliver iviiirned on Monday j,.^,,^ ^ well-known ami |>opular fnun attemlin'S meetings of -the lie- traveller, W. H. Leishman, repivsenl- : Just Received  : Direct from England: ease coiiuni.s.sionnts �t Frank and Macieod. All t'lie lirensos were re-newciv, special nvjeting is to lie hold on t��P ^^^^ t,,',cy Una 20.ih Century business j J  Hygenie Carpet Felt, Hygenie Stoir PUt. Velvet Stair   Carpet, Tapestry, Kimberly and Velvet Squares, Dag-  S dag and Moquette Rugt-All Choice Goods at Reason- % 30ih to consider applications 'o''jcjunbing all Vhe time. I^ecause the two wholesale licwwies �t BI*irmore,.^^^^^ ^, rpwility and a|>- and a hotel license for Pinchni>iry clothing iviuv.soiiis |^0iia��eeeaeaeaaaeaeeee highest art of 'itiiU.ring, aivrl the I in 'the iMii'(4�asc >he has aocurad what his heai't dosiiwl, ruiiiwn't-that Al�, Vhoit fools ri�ihL. tihat pleo.ses ttia awa eye, aiHl that ho k'nows and vincwl is aibovu adveisc crU/icism on ly. 'the re-arrangement of his store interior giv#s sptemBd opportunity for aitfht-aeeiiv witli comfort. an �tisoiut�. (talpating, ixmI aiMl liv-.iig satisfled human being, because Read tha Herald Ad�. Font Saska'tcheW'on will have ehtMiiis iighting plant. I i ".if* B0V. W. W. Boer, of Neteon, B.|J,._;j|^j4^ ha.