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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta imown Your : Watdi Running | Is it always fast or slow ? Never quite on time? Per-bapa the watch is capable of very accurate ruuniiiK, '.'b fi'Din thi> (v(uc;t-tion.ll ami 'tin.', iitilitai'wiii .tt^ttt:!-ivuinis. V'aluiil'lo, |irai�ti('{il sugi4�>.s-tioiis for the luirniliaj* of this sub-.ioL-l in soiiool wviv S'i\i;n ; iio spfaklT. Taking nlli>si.hv.r. |1h> InslItiito iiH'ot iiitss �viv n.ost SiiH-cfSsi'iil in I'lil-flllir.g t'lK>ir |(Ut|o-j,' ul' iK'Ipin^ tlu' IK'W l.\toailxMs anct tho v \v!io ha>:i s^.l iiytoMhc t'nst�Tn lilt CANADIAN^ LABOR Will be Used by J. J. Hill iirtheWcst inir HE NEEDS TNE NEW LINE KMC SHiMlM Will Ic At His Com- W. J. Armstrong! ; JEWELER ENORAVER  OPTICIAN. KOOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Nori-s. IMio next lastitifl.;' will !�! h*'UI i" AI�vlii:tni.-ll.v lot uf sii|>|>U'iiivi�t.ii'y n':KU'rs. an.I so.'xiol juiirnul-s as a gukk' to iho loaihcrs "'rwf> iiii|ioptai>t livlusi res of Al-tk-m-la fli-e � lawniliiii'ii' oikI rum'li-ii*g. 'Hw latli'i is iirulVia'hk'."-.1. M. AUrniR, M. .V. Tfnohcr (in Shackleton Simpson & Co. � Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Retail �>n Friil.iy ao.l Sitiuivlay of In-^i uwk tbi' clHi-ators of iIr' youttg of our lowfi o>�d viniiity \vcivflsir,.l.....l Sll .1. *l. McCa'ig;, M. A., vice-|iiach-ors pivs:>nt from twitsiik- points, viz., .Mrs. King, of |{ayuK)nU: Winn IMik-o, of Kose i}uitour, of NVwIamIs; Mr. J. K. Filch, of Mam-iiKilh. and Mr. Junk'iu, of Jum- �.>li> Vallo,\- .si4ji>t�l �Ji.flrirls. I>outrtl�'s-s more wouM havo attviKki^l but for ' Tfaohcr (in nntuiv '^'"'^'.^'>-.l,\,,^l ihi' utipivcxtiiMilo.! Wfttiher uikJ com- , Ixsir hn� no lai! to s|x�ak of." Ili^.s^. frioDck dtllon ol tiw roiMls. K .is lo l;o ri'- j V\i\ti\ (in I'oprndmt ion oxorcis)-' givlti�d, ihowpwr, tiial 'til\o.^ who i'"riu- \uM\r has a tail. Iml wm- must ' fouUI have eauie hy train fivun the | not sponk of il."-.Vnu.'h.'i l>y !. Mi. . lu-ighburin^ towns woiv iK>t piv.�it"nl. j Mci'anr. M. A. j 'Php U'thhri^ktsv- �nsLi.tutv was liio | ,,)n,.k(;,..ai..'ls of tlw high ; lourLh ot a .'x'Pios of .Iwolw .to he j ^,,,,^,, departunn^l wimn- loveivl wHh ! giwn hy Messrs. Hryan �n.l McOa.!;,-; tirawinirs than were i-oiiinv ivt^-d up.iu lhraehers with.t.l� ALheria ,^,. .,rB'..lti.>* currii-U'liim of �to.>k^, whith ..i- Mi\ssis. Ilryun aiul Met. aiy. tilt^-re; Taul s ; svill lie no chanjje In (c.xi-iMioks for at. U�asl a .\x>ni'. Tb;' lurriiulum is init ovvrhnuU-d eaiviully for the purpose of revising on some points, anci this is finnll,\ .set'il,i.l, t;ho OiH'stion. of te.M-booUs will eonie up. Now York, May .1. A. Hill ex-|>eot.H 'Ui have 'his ithroiigh route from W-i.niii|K.^' to the conNl in o|**'i'~ ntiion iiiRicte off'iwo years,, or r.i.'n-sir�h'ly 'alM.'tHi of S't. I'laul's new .'Ii'a>n.sci>irti-lM.-ifi^tl ii'ite. Mr. Hill will 'have the wt)rk �i.f roii-sMViii'ti^ui ru.wli-i.,'tiiig' lim>s wtuil.l roioe in l�eiv Willi iiknis c(uu'eri)inj> tl'allh^ 'ill 'Brai'ii ovumers �K.cuust( of I'tw hncrcvisc*! tnwvspiu'.i-flc tralllc. Tha'ny �uoL Iffiig anxious to ssx' .I'he ro..i;l operati'.l at'a'lile to wai't until it can ai.!'.! to the the oarl'iostt (tofisiihle I'iiiK', a'od will'llfel of whiW' l.n.'rs anollwu- blmpre.ss rely on C'dninidkin labor ainiosi ex- of'the li.iiiS'iii,'�s assooia- an I'acillc will havi' e.vafl l.v si.\ big tes ui�d frk'nds on Wall .siiiyva Ih.iL s-i'.>aiin-rs i n'isl in �I'h,' Va'iicouxer-l>e prefers gel lal.�u' elu'ap-ec, but he can got l.�'l'ter lalior llwiii .St. I'aiil t^aii gtM, in j|iicis of 4he Caimdiun Irtiairies to the coast? \V'lii-n 111,' liiva.t Xort'h.-i'ii's plan^ are fmall.v carrii'il out ft. will have two !iiH\s 'itito the Norlhw-v.sit, aiv.l in Hill says.I*K'averagi.' t\iiK...i.inn work- faet will have tin? riche.st part of NELSON,B.C.:  B.C.MOURE,LacalAgt a SADDLES AstrU* and stock SINGLE - HARNESS Glood stock of Farm Harness, on hand; also a fall line o f Trunks and Valises in stock. Wi guarantee Good Quality and Good Work Hjrner 6 Hutchison gi-eatly from those of live ea�t, l)ur curriculum is coiL-Jtriictod on what is 4iu>wii as .|'h_> "spiral iiK't'hokl." a system fust introdutxxl 'among the (.ieriiMin s*-hools. L'n'.'K'r t'his .system the diffeivnl gc>ne.s>i>s g grade is hut. 't'he eX|>ansion and elalwration of tibo work .jili'eady startod. I !^x-m �j,hh.r to Mie Meml;ers Mr. MrCVaig4ias 'Ijcen wxdl Mno�vn in ; ,, I IhNiiHl oi Mucnlion. our city as an t�t.ei't�iftn�g and tn-strticlivo 8|icakcr, and his �ddi�s�es on arit-hmetlc, Koogihy .aiMl narturc situdy had itihcsG oluiract�ri�tic8. The iiiiMi pro.lutv� tMtJ'l a.s much 4>s|ai.n as thv averagip dia.v \v�irkman oi\ mi.scel-lu'iMMMis iMi'lionuli'ty .in i'his country, who is onK|.aved ity ilw pa.droiu'. Ik'-s.kKvs. fie expi'ots to Imve 'iio tnuHile all t'hf Ui'bor iki''.Is. St. liiK> will 'he dela.Vod six mo'iil.hs OHs account of insuOlcieiii lalxir. ".Mr. Hil'l is nv-go-lialiny: wi-ih t.he Soo iikills lor .'.lkt>l rails. ) I'bi'iik h.; has clO-vod a co.ilraei 'l.y 'hhis time. Ilri't'i^'h ("oluni'liwi 'Uii'd 41 vas-tly pro-'duelive portion of Albtu'tii wiihiit �4ia'l may l.e calk"d a \x-\t Vhv. Th.� \'a'ncouver, V'letoria A l.')aslcrn Jlo.il-wav. wil'h its e.\ti>nsion, as couteiu-plat-ed, lo Pernie. .theiu't' .t.hroug'h t.htt I'row's Ne.s.1 ivgion lo Ihe oil fiekls, will f(h-m 'I'he soul'hern part of tlu? I....II line. A roaU'gh Southern .\iil,��i'ta 10 the ("alyary rt>-ii)'nm a.nd so on to I'idiiiiHVton i�i tlhB mu'tli will be a soulh-lo-the-norl'h. Ill tiK! Nonlhwiwt. �verylKwly is talk- lino. A lu-anoh of fhe Vancouver, ing u)MUt Hill's uo'w st^ieme. Inhere \Vr.'�ln�ii>ster & Yukon Uailway, riiii-aro thive iiH>tives .tx>hi*>J It. TF.LKPHONi; UATK.S DRAYING All kinds of Draying and Team ' work done promptly. us r %~' ' EARL KIRKHAM PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This uiarkst is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the district. rivED HorniNs. * prop. :H?>re*s a Snap 'JOO Acres of Farm Land about 2^, miles from Magrath, on line pf fiiilwuy. New elevator about to bi^ erected in adjoining section. 'VW\f> is a snap to the person who buys liefore May Slst. MARKER. 9k CO. -MAORATH : : ALBEBTA l>i-8. McClure & Stewart . BUBG�ON DENTISTS Ollice-J; p. Higinbotham's new Offi.;e Hours-9 �.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Utikbridgc Protestant Public Sehool IMslriel. No. 91 TENDERS WANTED y " /J'|.:xpKHS will be j�ceivod by 'i^,1orsl�i>e(l up to WodixwcJay, the the m �]fc(*�f;day ^1 .June. 190a, for t*w oon*-^^l(>n|: ]bf Hbe upper stry of the W�f��iiiVnHtcr' School Buildtng, North' Ward, ax per piMS and spLHsUications to ho Been at the offloe of, J. A. Mac-donakl.arohitovt, Soutbard Block. .e-tuliar ofTecl of rinplanti^ng in the mfiKls of .his heaivrs " t��gl�r idoals for the .teaching of these sitbjeols. FRIDAY MORNING SESSION. Mr. Bryan opened tihe first session by telling briefly trhe purpose of tlw! lnst�li�te, add.'t'lMU ^ji-oceoded to discuss the subject oA history. The v.al-ue ot history from tareRts would oversee t.hoir childi�ii's reading witing of the lloaiHl ot Education on Monday evoniog. a letter i was received from W. (.'. I "First-Retaliation f�)r the t'anad-' iaii Pacific's Spok'ane sHi.^l ihIIk-i- Aiir ot thejeiican extoiiMions. '"SecomI-The  coming inVpe iit prettj' geiKiral c�ui>iiiand , ni'Og west from KiliiMutton .through Ihe Rockies ivixl NortlKU-n l)ri.t.ish t'olumbia. aivd then turning .south-wwt throiigih CarilMjo. Lillooet �n(l IV-inlNM^lon Meaws 'to 'this crty, will coiiipM .tihe Hill .scliente of pul- ( M. L A., stating .that the Allierla of the northern .tran.scoiH.lne'nlal ru4e .j.,f,,; jjp^y TOWV t>F I (iovrriniM'-ut would ivscind the i>e.g4i-i situation withoin iirterfeiviice Ii.M; - lation regarding vaccination as soon as son�; is iK> doubt about his wel- .siw and ii|>-to-dale .town, owned and come in Canada. He will not l-.e in- couti'olk-d by the Ihvckenridge and terferod wrlh, 'tun will 1* encourag- l.un.'l Coal Co. TlK-y 'have a.givvd g. Nor 'is t.b:'re any 4l�)Ubt 1h' i'l't'otod, �iitl on these lines the for l^ho City Co��neil will lie notifiofl'about the .growi'ttg inipoi'taiice oi live ; town will aiwa.vs have a good al>- Oauadian wlfcat country. Mr. Hill' pea ranee. It is t'he inte.ntion of the says it takes acres in .t*ie Dakot-:coal company lo inst.al water ami as to produ�.� as inueh wer annum. (2) Foir connection solely between Westminster school, CV�ntral school, and tht^ Secretary s office, $69. (.S) For conneot'ii>g both schools and the city telephone exchange, $78. In the discussion that .follo,w�d, it wits stataU that the regular rates wece 925 for rasidencos and l|36 for business oflices. Even at the fHtt rate, the cost of coniK-cling the � two schools with Uie oily exchange | would 'l�e only #72 insiead of the $78 mentioned in t.hc tender. With i�sfM!i>t to tMider No. 1 for comtection solely 'between Westminster end LVniral schools at it was further remarked that connection ot both .schools with-the city exchang* at residence rates would he only $50, aiMi that the company could shuply leave thcao two 'phones connect'ed wi\h each other-an ar-rangenK>nl .that would involve even less work on the part of the stall in the telephone oflloe than would a res-donoe telephone. S4!crotary Bownrnn will take up the matter arid see w^bat can to done. 'Phe drill instructor will he nodifled t'bat he must driil the pupils of the Wittstminster school once a week. The-thnefi ciity hanks (endenxl for school loa'n at 6 i�er cent, in each case. - y ; An applicat/ion from Waivl H.. Patterson for appointment on theteaoh-ing sialf was filed. The following accoimts were pr*^ s^ted and ordered to lje paid: Smith Bros. & Wilson.........$36.17 bushels per person consumed in this country is a hroad estdnnate, and includes the averaga of i25 per cent, of every bushel that goes into cattle feed or is lost. "\ff for the excellence of his scheme as a railroad propositiion, most of us are inclined to let him be the judge. U� has never bluodered, though we always thought be would on the theory of averages, if for no olher reason. Ttie Englishmen in the Great Northern enterprise are behind him in: 'the Canadian sohciite. Its will lack -no backing^ of^ the best kind." St. PauK Minn., May 29.-.Tames J. Hill says thait bis object in building a trans-continental line 'through Canada docs not contemplate a diverting of the trade to the United States, and .he has no intention of building up American ports at tbe; tx|N>use of Canada. At a banrpiet at Montreal on Saturday, Minister of Justice Fitzpat-j riyk and President Sbaughnossy, of the Canadian Itecific, were quoted as saying that Mr. Hill's Canadian pi\>-jeois will di.vert traffic across the line to American ports. Mr. Hill added: "If it were our intention to haul Canadian products to America, would it I* nacesaary to construct a new west and oast line? We would be able to do 'that with our preiiant lines, and would not have to s(>end $30O,t is one of .the best con-iluotcd hotels in >tibe we.s.t, and wouiu do ci>edit lo a town oider In years than Lundtiwk is in months. A gi-noial store is carPi�Mi cm by Messrs Rogors Bros. They carry a geiteral stock of alxjut $10,000. The post-oWice .has its ^planters in .this building, ft'Hh Mr. H. H. Roaers as iKist-inastt'r. Dr. C. A. C. Johnson, who has ivceiwd tlie appointiucut of mi'iie physician anesby.terian (ihurohcs, but it is hoped .a union church will .be built, instead of the different idenoininations vieing , and opposing oiie another. GOOD NEWS FOR SETTLERS. Ottawa, May 29.-Tbe customs de-partineut has issue6orv best tlint ihty have f'uihtl �o try ^ P. Buras c" Co. for Uit-ir ^ MEATS. FISH, EtSGS AND BUtTCR ? | We carry none but lirst-clnss gootls, nir.ely put up, and the delivery is prompt. If yon citniiot onler persoiiuily, % telephone us. Our 'phone ia ^ P. Burns & Co., Ltdi TRY WM. OLIVER ---FOR--------- Everything re4|uir�d in the construction of a Building, ^ Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not 8�>nd all your money to Calgary and Cranbrodk. Help to build up Lothbritlge and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lnniber Mills. Ottice, ^'ards and Factory-Corner Rounil and Bonipas Streets Telephone 153 ^ II i � * JMpt attentioiii ������..........�.............�.........!� I The Very Best PhoetoBuy Cigars Because we keep them in the best condition, and have the best and biggest assortment in Southern Allierta. Our prices are always right. : I Wallace (iL Hoselton 11 The Leading Cigar an^ Tobacco Firm in. Southern Alberta. ' -^^ ;