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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta AINTS! PAINTS! PAINTS I AT $2.00 per Gallon, covers 860 square feet $2.20 per Gallon, covers 460 square foot ton don't know how Rood they are till yo� try them. Our Rints are the only ones sold in town that will cover 4�l) aiiuuro >t They are guaranteed to do so. We also carry a complete > " ' line of the best varnishes at lowest prices. The Central Hardware Store G. L VROOMAN FLOUR MILL Council Granis a Site Exemption. and Tax The possibility df |x>i u suit1 of one "here ; for SI00. nlxl if � InffU'l' iivlll was ! v.viirisl, they would give � larger Jsile. 1 As o result ahc city i� now pro puiv.l lo on\>r a .free site and tux exempt ion ' to a itotir mill, nml t4ie Hoiml of Trnili> will lo asked to IniHi It- to noi men io invest in th mill ROYAL * HOTEL 1 TABER, ALT A. Irvine .St Lemon, - Proprietors Rate* $1.50 and $2,00 par Day i) (!) (> A lit;I.I. HOLIDAY. lA'llllll'f'Igl' I Woo ii't Till ii if KlISY SCOIV. by NATURAL GAS Company Proposes to Bore For It Here PROPOSITION ItfORE COUNCIL LtcalaMOulsMcCapital Said to be Interested. FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN 'CONNECTION Koehler A Hioricbs Manufacturers of Hifh-cUai Billiard and Pool ftMca. Bowlhig Alleys Bar Fixture* Haskins& Son Sole agents for Alberta and Saskatchewan Box 607 Send for Catalogue. Draytag aft* T Work All kinds of Draying aud Team Work given prompt attention; also No. 1 Baled Hay and Oats for sale A. BRUCHET SAVE MONEY NOW - - 1 can sell you lots now in Tabor for $100, that will be selling at $200 in a month'i time. Good Farming Land for sale also. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent' Tabor, Alta. 1....................* THAT'S AN ! EXPENSIVE WATCH ! No matter how little it cost \ you,*-if it doesn't tell you the right time. That kind of 'i watch woidd.be dear if you got it for nothing. A handsome case is desirable-but mi nccumto inside mechanism isnbaolute-ly INDISPENSABLE. If you like you may put one of our $10.00 works into u tin case, and you will have an excellent timepi�>ce. What we wish to point out is that the works are the watch, the case is the adorn ment. Aud another thing we wish to point out is that if ever there was a Jewelry store that was prepared to please you in watches, this is the place-and we include our guarantee for your pro tec tion. _ R. A. WRIGHT The Jeweler W�.|i'i'ilny wns a m.."hly dull hoii-ier-mit any spoits tieing played. Tho IkimVkiII iiiiv.i-h wMIi Medicine Hut did ih.'I take place. i^ic Kuihism' 'Ii'iiiu w in to ToN�r tii piny a chnuipioimhip Uirrosl player*, plnytil mi i'\l*>!.Hi�>a match fur *?"> 11 ml i'\|�i�iim.>s. I't, w,.� 11 walk-ovor for l�*th'lir.|.lnv, the score ivt til-' fiiti*-4i Ih.ii^t V 'In O. In a ohampiiiiiNhip Iii.tiwkc jjiijDial (Yaiil.ivok, I'innk was Usiion by 2 goals 'to 0 by the Ornnbrook team. SOCIAL I'OSTl'iONED. Th- rii-ieh |k'miy social announced to 1.1' held i>t Mrs. Win. Henderson's next Tmnsilay. Ihin nny that hoJ +11 viow horlliK lor natural gn*i in 'ilw vicln ity i>( Ijj>i'hi)rk�gw.'. 'IMio C'oiMicil wn� nskiil to pur nilNNHin for uIk; U8i> of Aha sltxvls for liiyinv |�i|k\s in reUirn for tholr i-x pcnttHur*.' 'hi making ivhis for go* nml U�lvr cx|ioit,ll!luiv on 'ln�ikling^ uikI pl�nt. . Thuy wouWI_�lmi ngfivo to Mipply ijaH for hIoiik'miU: iisk: ivia! po�>'i- a *|iooilk'(l ratoH �ixl 'to giw thv cM.v TAX ONJGENTS City Council Forgot to take Any Action. At itW Cottni'il moot'hig1 Momluy nlgttt, ,AUI. HoHtiHon piosiilo^l In tlie ns'iscncc of t'lxi Mayor. t'omiminlcntIoiin wpiv i\?ot'lv�nl frotn ottu'r oil low In ii'pl.vio un Inquiry ns to wlini -MceiiNC >lhoy lmposi'. Winni'.iog olMil'iri'h n^- llconnt' fit), hill lovie* u tux on 'UHi>,.lUior h|tnou of oltki'H.  > lU'grnn i.,hunn�'h iki IIiviimj foo, InK l'onti'mplnU's n liii'tisi'm ixniI i'sl.ivto nii'ii hir SoO 41'iKt ilnHiiriiiiou wn-cnt.s for T0i�lt'U�n of t\ Silo I'K'itih' on lA'lnwriiltjfn nsil o.s 'ttrtt' niiwl 1'imiii an�j �H'i*nts whs nlgn oil Ity a Imlf-ilo/.t'ii of t'lv li'ii.liifg a.g Il�t8. Akd. llnivHng oppoRivl tlw lax. ti10 Counoil ^InI not not 0110 w�iy or llh-otlh'i', Imt 'Mio mnt'ti'i' will l�o Ok.' i'rgUm.> n�s wells liroiigiht up ivg'iiin. Willi 1-ho Ini'ismi-af 1 it n rert'Aln |wrio.l nit �i sUitoil ivl mimlor of unvntH miiii,)! into Un-pt'iri'iiliMiv i>n Atttlit'ion lo tost. Mr. |i-lly. wonltl . - PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER , Regular Site, 6 ok. can 20c Regular Site, large 12 01. can 40c. 3-lb. can, largest aiie packed, it told at lowest rate. Dr. Price's Cienm Baking Powder is a'puro creninof tartar baking powderused throughout this country in preference to all others for many years. A postal card request to Price Baking Powder Co., Chicago, will bring any of our patn.ns, free of charge, a copy of "Mine ttnd Ranch," a book of useful receipts and suggestions for cooking in cump, at the mine and on the range When going out of reach of home and. the doctor do not take chnnceB with a poor and perhaps injurious bilking powder; get the best which we know to be DR. PRICE'S. Sold aud recommended by The Bentley Co,, Ltd. E. J. Hill C� Co, .liAi'Kiiont' HaitA iitint Wu> limlfriitf of gun woukl tgo far to mukc Mio I'll; u lunniifuutiirMig ivmiv, tin I would ho of k'l'pris\'. k woukl .oM money to Immv, imkI si.k'y instil not Ihni k^h. 'Ih.> Council roii'l �arJiy spovulato with public funds, lint i.'n*|>'!Wil ropivm.iittxl wn.i will-1 in|r to .mtihiiH of 11 connnl'Ww oml Ihi would shortly 4x> ilOl'.' IO pIMSMt'lll a moIV ilotuilf.1 ivikI preci*.' propottftlon. Tho Council ilcuktcd to take time to I'lms^U'l' 'tllK.' |II'IHH:��I'. itHI lllhl lo furt'hv�r |Nii,Uuuloi'�. It is iHKk.'i'iHood thiit local an>.l oiUSKk' cupllal 4s lich'MKl tint company, \ good many people arc of Oic np-iniontitHU nuturvl 'gas could tw so-cured Irtv witnonl any moru iliill-culiy thnti nt .Medicine Hat I'lIX up- Shcrlock, Freeman 4V Co. The A. Macdonald Co. The Co-Operative Asa'n, Ltd. Hudson's Bay Co. T.'i'iilili' Ac iik'ivt to Tlio.i. Col'iiKin. Stivle at The rferald.s Market When you have anything to Sell or Buy, here is tho place to let the people know WANTKU. WANTKD - OwhtoI wrvant once-Mr�. JI. T. Wwrry. t KO� BALK. Five lots �M'h two-8tor�y liouse, nize 20x10, plasicn�d. hot air hoat-ing; spk'iidkl fouiKkxtion and l��e-mcnt; water in house; large barn. NOTICE: W1L.L SELL BELOW COST. Will take wagon, harness. nct-KM or csttle part payuiwit Apply �t ROBT. ADAM. Olivers Hall ONE NIGHT ONLY SATURDAY JUNE 2 Return of the Famous Juvenile Bostonians IV:mk, AVtii., May 1�>.-Oliorlc* Stivl, IIiv Uvs--> ivl CoU'iitan. formorly flii' Ihiss in 'tlii.' mines Jh'iv. Iiy �iu cx-plosiiin of Klyccrlin' caps. 4ms lout hot It 'his I'ttimU. the .'ittht of his left yo, unit the r^lit eye 'is seriously i ijutvcl. Or. Mncktiixk*. of thiB place iimptit ut.vl ln�t(i luimls St col hus n wife und two clviiilren. W. StcU' was ii ivssOrnt of t^i'th-Jirkl�o suitably rewarded. WANTED. ny young lady, pomtlon us tniok-keoper; exiiorlenced; cau tfive good references. Avply at Herald otlice. WANTED. Rltuatlon as help in private family by an English woman; no wash ing. Box 405, Nelson, h. 0. WANTED. At once, twenty experienced niln ers and one oerUQex] Are boss at the Relionce Coal Mining Co., Ln�.-Aj>-ply at the Company's Otlice, RuU aneo, AVta., Tanor V. O. The Roscian Opera Co here on June 12. Miss Olgn Evans is visfrmg friends in L�thbrldgv.-M�licine Jlut News. C lli.4iert. M. L. A. for Rosebud, is in tit** city .today looking over his I am Is south of Lethbridge. j CJnis. Rice, foreman of the Frank mine, nml Jack McDonukl, proprietor of the In ion lluti'l. k runk, arc In (own. Harry Howard wns down from llluirmoie on WVdneMlay to see his brotlwr Jolm, w4h> is still in tho hospital, but is improving. The C. IJ fiowiiwiu ogtmcy Ims sokt n couple of lots on Olyn mrecth Bros, nnd Wilson. Ho intends to put up � I wo-storey brick residence. Mr. Rogers, uwyor of Ijethnrklgo, is in town 'inlay (Wednesday), and wus much interested In Medicine I Imt's growth, nml in tlie o|wnvtlon if her luuniciiml itfterpriws.-Medicine Hat News. At W.-sl.-y ohurcti on SuiHlav, U�e paMtor nil) preach on the following subjects' IX a. m , -"A Clood Soldier of Jesus Christ; 7.U0 p. m.. 'Tho Appeal to reason and to the better jwiimv of men. anil tlie inftdeUty ol loree uiul fenr." T4tc ipinrterly olhcial board of the Wesley church hcW its fiiiul mwlin^j lor the current year on Tuesday evening. A good number were pivserrt. Kinancial Miports were yrvsented. The stu-temoni of current account show�xl thai nearly $1,800 had Iwen sjkih, the receipts from euvelo|ns coHivtlons und ordinary sources giving a small baluncc a:.ovc ex|k>mli-ture. Dr. GalbmHh, reporting for church property account, showed that the church has $15,000 worth of property, with $7,200 paid up, and $7,800 yet to be litruKlatwd. To cover th4s HaUNty. tix>re is $2,800 reliable subtit'rlpttons, leaving only the mortgage of $5,000 to ho pro-vkled for by future effort. This is payable in annual instalments covering � period of jwm. Actual subscriptions toward the church debt during the year were $1,200. Kor connexional ami missionary funds $'J00 have been given. . The young men's work has incurred an xiiendiiure of $U00, whirl) has been met' by bho inemhcrs of the club. The ladies' aid hnvo done most ef-rtol^nt work, and have raised during the year $100, The Sunday school and Epworth League reports showed a year ol efficient .work and progress. It waa resolved to increane the pastor's salary from $800 to $1,000. For the |mst lew years a small amount has teen iveeivxd from the missionary funds lor the support of (tie church, hut by resolution Onboard deckled to undertake their full rosponstoilrtksi, inde|teitdent of this grant. Forty new memhers have been ad ded during 4>he year, nnd after deduct ing removals there is a full memtwrshlp of 125, an increaso of 25 for the year. Pr. Onlbra-Hh �~ns elected a delegate to the conference to be hekl in Ektmonton in June. �� a Mm ivdoi't'ion of such � mean n ix'venue of close on 8!�)0 or $|U0 for the city. The El�'c>tiic Co. ns!.er-nssess-m.>nis inny 'I*.' imide upon lots lieM vwcnnt. 'Phe other wns n buikling by-law, and it proviikil tiwit, l�>foiM3 eix'ot-n>K bnl,';lii>K�g 9100 i-n cost, plans must In- sitlnniittcd to the chairman of public works, or to the oily engineer, if one is appointed: nml a ivril-(Icnlc of approval from him must be oJlUlMK'tl. Provisions nre made regulating the placing of materials on the streets ami Nktewiilks, and also for teiuiKir nry riHff over the sWIewnlk wl�.'ti huildiivj,' opeliitions �nv going on overhead. IVrmits for .t.bt* use of a portion of n sKk'Wulk �imI utiwt may l.e given in which ciij*.' temporary sidewalks, protoolcd by fences, inimt lie erccKMl nrouinl the portion thus used. Red Ugbls niiist 'lie placed �t 'nigl>t,. Persons thus using the stivjits are responsible Vor any consoiptenl dnm-ag�.'s The fire limits arc outlined as'that portion of the city Ivoundcd 'by llur-oneHs on Hie north, Dufterin on the south. IliinlcM on the vast un.l Mac-leod on the �wt. Within tlx'sc limits wivlls 11 ml roofs must l.e of fire proiJt mutorials ami of s|H'Cilie:l thickness. Wood is not allowexl. C. A. Magimth wrote in regard to the pump house site, suggesting that a committee be appointed to go into- the matter of the land required for a nuisance ground, ittoluted hospital, etc., and mentioning that a nuisance ground hud I eon staked out for the iicnltii ollicor last autumn. The Mayor, Attcrmnn Ollvor and the City Clerk were ap|K>iuted as a committee. Tlie following accounts wvre presented: Lethhridgc Iron Workjs. Quong Sung'................... Canadian l'i|>e Co.......... A. Rruchet..................% .1.1). tHgiubotham....... Wear Stilenfit Clothing n�t ! MEN'S STORED A Neckwear Sensation Wear SlHcnfit CrOthlllg We have just placed in stock a large consignment ' of Wash Ties, in stocks, fottr-in-hands and strings. All the newest colorings in purple and heliotrope shades, pretty greens, blues, and greys, elegaut variety, at \2\c up. Summer Underwear. %* We can show you all weights, nil grades, all sizes and at ull prices: including Wolaey1* English Unshrinkable; StaniieldV Truro Unshrinkable. THE 2 MACS Only exclusive Men's Outfitters in Lethbridge Rome Builders City or Country jcthbrliltfu Electric Co.. l^nthlirMge Electric Co... W. Oliver...... '.................. Canadian Rubber Co...... Western Stationery Co... WATERWORKS PAVINO. Report ViwMiitid to Council by the City Clerk. A report presented to tlie City Council Monday night allows tlif lotkl which brought him *l,:i.',M. Mr. Knocker, go iiury \ your Imiiiiiiei- and join the Rooster's AggivgntiiHi. Cnrilsion is O K l.MMIll RATION IN CR EASED. Ottawa. May 20.-The immigration for Uii months shows an increase of 18.278 over last year." 117,500 peo. pie in all coming to Canada. CLEVER JUVENILES I NCI. RETURN Much hitnrrsil Is lioiivg n>unifo�Uxl ! in the niHiounceinent iJI .the return ongatfitmcnt isf tiw famous Juvenile llostoivianti, tihe bunch o* tuneful littU. |h>op|e who played here a cou pie of months ago. These clever tots have Just com plcted a most flattering woek in Win nlpog, anA ai* now on tboir wajf home for .the summer. Tiione who missed seeing the-m ii|>on titoir lost visit sliould avail tiieniHolves oi ihis ; treat. ; They open at Oliver's Hull for one n night only, Saturday, June 2nd. Se-Icuro seats at llig'inuotnatu's. 4.10 1.25 i 120.00 7.40 �5 10740 08.05 4.00 81.20 5.00 P. II HAS NOT -RESIUNEI). HlK'rmnii is Still Dintriet Pres- | ident. The Ferrwe Lwlger reports lb a* F. II. Sheriiuni has tx'signetl his otlice as district piwsliknt tA No. 18 district, Unitinl Mine Workers of Amer lea. In another paragraph the Ledger says: Tho Miners' t'nion has l�en in sjiecini convention for some ...................$7,380.20 Tiiis had' Ml a cooh itatanco on hand of $8,852.44, which would pro vide for interest on debentures dur ing the current year.. At the present time It had been du|iositaJ in the Union Rank to reduce the overdraft thereby saving interest. Tho City Clerk presented a report on the finances of the waterworks and sewers department. This show od an expenditure on capital account of $187.8(15.24, and receipts on capital account of $120,178.00, leaving balance of $61,088.28. Of this $37,408.20 will lie provide:! by tho local improvement de-heni-jres for sewers, and it would i* neces j sary to place before the ratepayer* a by-law for tho reniaiiijr, vtx., U',-188.08. As it was mtended to extend the system this year, he suggested that a sufficient amount he included in the by-law. 'Iliero were also one or two amounts outstanding, payment for pump house site, and wator and sewor rights-of-way as well as the last car of sewer pipe of which 8, 500 feet was on hand. He would Miggest � by-law authorizing debentures to tho amount ol $40,000. It was decided to introtlme such a by-law. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. The. undersigned are desirous of communicating with contractors in regard to the erection of a frame 'hotel at Warner. O. W. KERR 0O, Southard Htock, LethbrWge. FouiHeen mournora l��tdo a grave in Austria wore struct by lightning and all were klljod, (Corii^iNimU-nce of 44ie Herald.) 11 Ards has succiiMkvl M. Hump ton as eastern section foreman Ihto. Allan Mocnalili left Monday to Join a round-up party, and will a I men l several weeks. Mr. A. MacNohb took advantage of the now train service ami journeyed eastward Monday last. Miss MacNnbb, who Ivas cliargv of a s,ohool at Coleman, II. C., spcml Sunday with her parents. Jno. Holms, western sent ion foreman, is recovering from iminful injuries received recently. Rridgu timlsir for renewuls wns distrlhutid at iHfTercmt points near by on the C. P. It. this week. Among those visiting Lethhridga during the week were Mrs. MM art Mr. ami Mrs. McCnllivy. N. II, MacNnbb, D. Maclcod Tolbert. Continued and nmch-nended rainfalls have prevailed, throughout the week, nml the pruiiio and hillsiiles have acipiinvl a grivnoi* hue, while the river has risen somewhat as a result. An epidemic of severe colds, accompanied wwh Riip|KXied symptoms of measles, lias v1hK�x|. t�he neighborhood. In no Instance, however, has the presence of a |ihyslcUu> been considereil nocessary. J. Colwell, of Uxlirklgo, Ont. Moved Night 0|>erator Lucas at station Suivdny. Mr. Lucas, has lioon transferretl to Movie, 0., leaves behind him many frioiKls, who will regrot bis uro. Naturally, our olthwns are amozml at the sudden expansion ol loth bridge, which, though a more town not lopg since, has, through its re- O.S.KNISELY Agent North American Land Co. BALMORAL HOTEL - LETHBRIDGE ARE YOU A LOVER �^BSSMSMPP^s^P-�BMBMaHaHM>^smpba* Of Chocolates? If so, try ours. We have full lines of Oanoag's world fahied goods. Or if you prefer WakVa we can fill the bill, as we have a complete assortment of these star makes. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO E opened out here one year ago this mouth, and the growth and sixe of the business tells that the best of iw % value and good service is responsible for it. Of course, the S strike hurts us, hurts everybody, but even iu the face of it, our % trade is very satisfactory. Fresh Fish, Tuesdays and Fridays. Fresh meat always. P. Burns � Co., Telephone 91 Ltd. re-tho who U. warm dopart- cently gratvUd charter of incorporation, assumed dhe dignity, if not the dimoneioas of a full-fliMlged city. Among 'the provisions of the charter is noted that section covering the annexation of adjacent territory, ami we fear that the budding Allier-tan moiropoll�-lo-J:e has designs ii|>-on our peaceful hamlet, nine miles distant. Also tho charier very considerately provides'for possible overworked mayors, who may loguIly reside two miles from the city's limits, niwl In this connection we cordially extend to victims of the strenuous, aWkormnnic life a recuperating visit to these healthy suburbs, where the pure prairie air and the clear waters of the St. Mary's rlvor will create the desired effect. Hero's to you, Sistar K'thbrldge; light bn the green turf it it evor grows Aiiove you. MEDICINE HAT A TERMINAL. Winnipeg, May 21.-1. J. Hill has announced that he has purchased lurgely at Mcdicwo Hat, and will make that town an Important terminal. ;