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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Soda - Water * We'have start.k!'onr fountain, aiii] fire pre* -ynrei\ to prove to you tlmt we huve the beat Soda Ice Craim ' -----Im town-- J.J.JOHNSTON DRUOOIST ana STATIONER :bbYo�mmrtfcil6 to Wii�i>i in Toronto, iWe city was this .1 lutge aiicl �: .:Watab'K�M'a,Ml.'. Born, to Mrs. Tho8, 9tu4i()s, a 'on. Orains for sale: uHcap at the Urew- It. A. WrlftM Ims ruiiirnetl from MwlicinflHat. W> F. llusseH, o|I Taivor, sp�>nt yes tcixiay in jtown. ' A. K. Mi)oiw wn� �f> from Roy liion:) cm Moi�k�y. Mr. aioan. �1 Siilt l*ke City, was in town yostuwiny. : . MrK.._A.,H. �tn(foNi: will not eeiVB o^rt'ln MHt'il fall. ' II. K. I'teyle noki ti>!� houw to J. Fulk�r,'iho rnnrhcr, .W. 0: SiiiuiHMiH o'tlowJeil coiirt Vinilwr Crook 4hiH wock. - A. M.:H�?�', Hu.v�nonook'y is in Cahjiory, iwl inay r4?nMiln \i\>stv for On May 241*1 to ttw wi Wili'iuniH. of tb� Norfh WaiNl, Mm. !. .IcilinsLun will not mVc diirH�g .litn.', .Inly atKl AubiimI t. M. .IrtlMWloiw? (mkI H: T. Cherry have fpiiii'ntsl from a trifi ... peg- , � Mr. ' PiirkiM. of among U}� arrivolH 'Week. , �, Tho C. n. Bownwn a^cy Havo soM-Nix more lots 0*1 'the Rivorvicw acklitiion.: Rov. Davwl .Tonos'.will lie orftamcrl on priR* at an early �ki'te hy. tl�o lliflhop of Cal�Bry Tho Suprainc C:onnl will open (le. .^^ The O. W. Kerr Co. expect a car-loaid of' iMidsookoi-s lotiiorrow, two carkdMls on ,Iur3 Uth. F. J, Turner, of the llank ol Oonv-nkerve, leaves 'tonight to relive' tihe ma�M0er �t Nortli Bat-tluford Rfweaibar that Ilia W�8t�niWara-koiia^ * Tranafar Co. �iv� yoii as �iiuih ica oa you rKiuire every day; Trenholm Dickson, ndvocaf*, of lW�cleoi, 'in niont'kmcrt in eoimectlon wH'h iihe vacant ck>rksh4ii of ".the foiirt at MocKhkI. C. a. K. Noiir�te ex|ie he?h oointed. Alex. Campbell was in town yesterday. There is .enough Water' ort the streets at Taibor to atitt�et sea gulls and ot4ier water-fowl, v SpHkkinc ol Malcolm Young's ap-pointn>entv�B siiepifl, the' Cawiatoh Star says:/" ''Malcolm Young in all i-itfvi. and ilmo�tM of that kind. ~ � AccoNling 4o the Bulljetin, J. Hart, formPHy proprietor of the Alberta Cale. : has k�aawl the : oM pontoffice t at ndmontMij. ami wrill open a cafe at an early date. . t Bwt IfW ihj Wilit t la A moat' valuable ntttrttiva   tonio^ combining the �titnu> * Z hiting- propertina of anperior 9  Catawba wine, with M aMini.  2 liable form of iron:Mn1 a atiit- *  able proportion of prediKMt. .  eil Beef- It iaplMMiit to   the palateandimpa'r'tamerxy   to the entire syatehi. A fn!l  S lt> oz. bottte for 91.00. I I J.D.IIiginboiiiam�0> i for aoa. * T�kaliM(4* (li^MMI  Try A. Ikat Uarnau and aaddlea fSaslon.-' Mrs O. W. MoMicliing will not re-(�4>ivpugaln fint'il fall. K. J. Hill and ilio a-lth ol Crawbrook. Is yOuO for 7.'>x22.'i. on DulTerin �trt. Macdon-nairshomest'.>�d. Consult Mrs. Mac iloiMK-ll, Box 202. I' Van Hoi-n. LtUle .Bow; in m tlie hospital wrth piicumonio. , VitiiKl Ihe j�l�*i'Wi'r� mud, xjiHtiJ � niNiilier itimit to **Kt lOpwortti Lcngue c�intti.>ciwt'i4j�t kcrvicc last FrWay evening.. } . . : .1. F: Haii�ilt�Hi. Calgary, was vl� his 'hrbe,h:�hl in miwr's Itatl on; Monday morning, June 1.1, at io o'clock. Lisis may l:� soM at^^^ lawl's olBcft. ��'x,:/, ' ''). Mrs. Maodonnell,uf Lool^ Oarry Van Horn, 'Mie son of IVhw''* ,^jf Bev is ion met Tiies- an acre for rt. ..loy �vo�H>B, but 't*k. 4�.sine.�., , p,^^^ j,.,^^ was not. of piil.Hc importance. Mammoth School, fwuth of Itaymond 'llha w.t�(�t-))Oiw�d truin cm :Ti*�Mkiy says ih rmnI Is wMe ai?d dj*p bit-was m^von hours kite. 'Phe engine tween there and here. He ro.le 'into liroke flown n';-ttr CIi'ttssy fjokvj. j tii.; Tut^>r.s' lnst:>tiile.- : Tb(> IiLsolvr-nt S.tock of U A,; Homsr and Hutchinson lor Reti-^rnt't niiiHt Im! cfc!>ared out, rogord-j al)le Harness, Sartdies, and any apec* less of co.':Une 9. Bon't miss H. T. S. McKenftie retumod from Far'- securcd ^ ;l>y A. Castor, of Cardston, go, Norili l>ako(4�, Moaday nigOt. win ivaeh'S200,0(K�. 1+,. w�s accompamed by his wife and Hiiiii't'h Bros, and Wilson have re-;iamjly. -Mr. McKenaie will tie lo-luiwl the ciVntract for building ^ a i caiwd �t Warner ino�t of . | iihc enga�iTOe�t is �n�ouno�l nt Mrs. .losflpli GMespie, of f.ethf:.riull dogs wore kill-'.1 b.v a e married towards the latiler part, nl . ^June to Mies Mary 10. Barlow, daughter of th�i l�te Frederick J. Barlow, �sq.,.. C. of Sheineld, ISnglaml. A. .�. fjmy., fjf Craw IjhVc, !*if^ iwl a ))!^*nvh (>r 21.4 iicad-of yoiing vattk on Muiurrtjy; Tl>cy will be placed on a: r*ngd the Herald this momint that iJk! rainlail reached 8.�0 inch:*, the' l�st record he knows ol owts-A-lr oI'May 1902, the year of th* Sood, 'wh.n the rainlali was  wleyen;-iftchwi.,: �';�' R; H. Qw�>n,6t the O. W. Kerr Co., says a couple of ladles from Dokota, who Inveirticd in land near Clares-; iiolm, wt J0 an acre which is now worth t35; bpUght a parcel vt hUKl at Wartter at 9�. Wan��r kiairii is now lieMhig *t Irom $8 to $15 an acre. �Frvd. W-: IKJwnper was up Irom Wafile 'Crenk .vnwterday. Hc> says th^ addition to:^.a Irfock is almoM com-ptoicd. It i� 54'(c'Cit long and will tie uccupKid b.y th? L'nion Bank, a drug stor� aiKl a barter shop. Mrs; Rowmtr leaves lor the. Old Coimtr.v. in Aiigtiat. .�' A ninss menting of those interested in the LelMnidge annual sports will be held �t thei - iielhbrid^e Hotel next Wojhiefday evening. It is ur-gctttly requeatod that all >turkin;asNiwtjaM land agent at L�tM(rkl!|e, and formarly the lands -odke here on Olid of C; �; fimy's sitoiit;sak-s;' iiKy the Anglican BisIh>p^ ol Canatlo, �.leuKiig with cc^miltions in the wmt, was rrw:l in S-t. Augu^in'H ehiirvii on; Sunday'. It ix?lerrfity (or the oiM'mng of tivw |tariHH. 'I'he Diooese ol ,ven-lopfl hew' in'iswohs, or from 70 to^ 9>i new. centres of worship rn llic last two years. YOU'VE MET He called on a neighbor lecentljr. ; "Sit;d|^Wi%^| it dpwji," said the iieighbor on lioHpitality."bi^ti^C^^-^^^^ . , "I hadn't ought to/'iajd th*;ybitorr&eT�]^'%^^ 0J|^; he sat down. After'talfcingiiho)BtJhe''dhii^;,iW 1$^?*^" of sprinkling carta, and the ^mitti atreet-'railwayt'^' 'jj | * " the visitor yawned, got to his feet and said. "I hadn't onght to be sittiu' here; I came td'borrow'ii- THE VtRTi;e-F�RUIJSOM - NUPTIALS Mr. and Mrs. j; -A. Virlite in town last FrMa.v aitd Itave 'tiak'cn up their residunce in thftir  hew home in the east end of the->�t.v. 'libey have been w�rml.v welcontcd by tlK>ir :nMmy''Lctll>ridge ; fni�n�fel' '|ihe,M�>osim��n World IfiyeS the foU lowing account ofHy the Bev. p. Oliver. Frank is at prea^mt Morton acted as groomsman, and of Manson, ladder: our house is afire,''',; Now. my reader, if your medical- man^vWarM^J^teJ; you against oiidue excitement, don't Ri'iiiH to mV^v cheap sale-the prices will stagger }-on.  Take'-^ if''^^ ' cool when yon see the (fast diminishing) .pile.df ClotK Bowftd Novela ^ 29e iiek;? and; :;th^ S^.^ Paper Bovad at \t\t aaek, tka Mm Md Gold Lcthbridga Sevvaair Citiaa, and whole shetfes , of Bric-a-brae going at cost. Souvenir* comic' and art post canls, all kinds. 2 for 5c. Don't bome , if you.wnii't to avoid excitement. ROBERT SAGE THE PICTURE FRAMER v.�4>t of bridtei roe^ di.v-Calgary AHwrtao; > ImaWeh ha-ir ferns. 'I^e going-away Leave vour orders lor coal with -diw* was of white muslin trimmed lix. WMU>m Warehouse and Transfer w*�*y*teiici�nMla^^^ �''�The^-City � ;and theiCharch'V.wilK^^on^,  �-"l:'^''"�'-i- - he Z stMweit of a ^p-^cil �.rmon j I** groom s_ gift to the bride was M h^ imior at Wcstey Church on * ��M hracefetwit4� pearl setting, luwiay >v��ii� At the morning the bridesmaid a pearl subject will be "The ^ . , Prayer and it,.'� I �'^ beautiful array of costly and Place m the Everyday Mfe-" |useful p^t^vo^^ � . ,..i!�Mide�tiai.'m -of Mrs.; virtue's many Th. Herald howt-.-d lor rain, but ^^.^^^ ^ ^.^^ ^^^^^^ ^ ot C. H. lH,*ell, ^x-M. P. P. for Ot- we, got more than our share. T^e Aiidivw's chui^h, w*ere sh.. tawa. jroof on the oinee was like a �ieve. ^ ^^.^^^^^ ^^^^ II. C. .londine, an old Leihiiridgejand the water - dropped m After the wvdding 4>reakto�t, to lM>y, has 'iKen appoinULd minogsr o. j chinery and evcr.vthing etee.^As a i ^^^^^ a�)oiit llft.v invited guests sat iba A Macdonald Co. litwineSs at I consequence, the typew^ngmii^iw ^^^^ for their R1mt>nton, succoc-lirig H. H. Cooper,, *>" duty lonn P ^ future home at Lelhbridg'e, amidst the ihsiie of this *�'L-�paper on ^^^^^^ ^, tin.�. We prontiHev if it doesnt ,^ ^ any more, that \x wont happen Ksrvice Real Meaning ol DovUc CyiiAdcr Dmiblc Aetiag Hmi4 Fore* Fteap Its SMcihl F�al�r�� Art: Tlie only pump manuCactureil that vfaat no leather � siickeri ami ;requiM no packed jointa of anv kind. Almm^ jpn^ned,^^^ shallow ordetMi welltv tnaple handlM,; adjtistajM^ rods; easy wmingj^iiever freeaea. ; Ilwae ppimpa are the urast satisfectoiy pomp inadt^ double the amonnt of water with the sanie ease as ai>y of the so-called double-acting (brae pumpa; Bv placing the cylinder and roda on omiosite sides of the pipe, they; ireViMN^^ balanced, thereby Having half of the power* aa the weight of the loda neary eqaab the weight of the water. With one of these pampa in yoar well or; cisteni you have a home (ire engine; a� they, can be made ready siniom^ minute by n simple attachment for connecting a hose, to throw a continuous stream of water. .; Thave also stock pumps that ^iir throw 9^ water a minute. Tlieae pumpa to be used in wells not exceeding ao feet in depth. Oistem pomps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. By giving me the depth of yonr wells I will fit up any ot the above pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc.,, so, that any person can install them. I will positively place my gnar&utae back of all pumpa sent out. Special prices to country merchants; THE HARpWARS MERCHANT TELEPHONESe E ...........�.....�......����r ol tibe Trader's Bank at Htratlord, k. He 'is n r ::to O. U. McMick)itig,nMaagui'ol the; Union Oanlc here. ]t is quite evident thait a aelahrar tion olljetbbridge'h.creation aa a city will he held to the courae dl a couple of: aweki. One of tlw aweota will lie a bamihall mwlch h^twean Medicine Hat andT LetlMirMvt. The atreata are in terrihie fltt-'prMentif'Ilia heavy rain caused a 'lot of' the watcrwork'a trenohes to cahe ifli aitd after the rain the city will have' a Mg job ahead of it, to put the roads in i�-pai/. The heavy iralna have ioterfared with thii electric light; oervice. though not enough to iBcoavenriMiea citirens; due \ to" MSbager' Freenan'a diligent Mention to' all the ahont circuits and other; mishaps occaaioik-ed hy the Morm. " Mcs. B. W. Ulaylock, ol High Riv-er,. is the^ gueat ol Mni: Oeo. B. Mockay. Mrs. Blaytoek is  daughter ol Mills, formerly principal of the; Ontario 'Agricultural Collet* at Quelph, and now � mefsbar of the Railway Conunission of 'Canada'. Weber'~~Hros., of Cando, North Dakota, are opening a real liusinosB in town.. M. has been here fjor a month, and brother has arritwd; to Join 'l^ey havack wttene it was dr.vei'. - Coniniencing on iC&y aOth and on .rune and, 8rf.�th and tOth, lha Oraut Northern Railway will aell round trip ticuets from Sweet Oraos; ^funtana, to St,. Paul, Minneapolis, Ouluth, Superior, Sioux City, Council Bluffs, Omaha and Kanaas City and 'iatermMliatc points �t $43, and to OMcago at tsa.oO;' going limit ten � da.v�; return limit Sept��nb�r Idth. eatttta hia Mm. hu^- Mrs; Hutton.'Who: had heen~ DAVE ELTO.X'S IDEA. wceii'8j''piaper; ;;;pn If it rto^'ht raili that it won't hapiien again.:- � . ia. T. Cherry, of Lethbrldge, brother of H. N. Oherry, of this cit.V, 1 s|ient .WadncMiay here, leaving 00! '�.iraday i�i WamiiM*. It wasj (Can.lsion Star.) Sr^^olSs^l�rL^^S?Ldi*^ 1^ *^�iiS.ry HeH.ld avan though he had -been tod to,t� gjve v�rt to thoir fwHings �.gJ^d- xpeotimuch. He wo* also creaitly impressed with �ii�ies, ^'hO: for the past Six weeks has been datdklM to L�th-bridga' in couneebion wiih> jUba atrike | there, returned here pa' BMurday morning's trai'n. He saya tha A? R; A I. Co. int'ond comoieaoiaig operations in their mines oa Momia}' (to- ing Mr, .llarcellus, and his .va>te for the capital at EduMintoh, in them wonM: "Old |iah Maroellus while in Bdmontoo. had the first; ; series of square meals hie ever oite in his life, The Edmonton people evidently won their Way to his heart thw-^ his a�Rophagus," It 'ia not a ; class ;of comments that will takie with thi? 'good ''peopJe:.ql'iAU]brliai; > Mr.':Matrcel-lus .is � highl.v resiiectiable ipan, ai pioneer and a ^lalwart. Because he day) enough miners having haenra? }". Auffuatln's chu^ on Swtiirday afternoon, ioterment taking place at the Church of Englaad cemetery,'Mra. Huttcm caroa, here Irom'-Ma^la OrMk;; and ie�v�a one sun, Lionel, Mutton, who uaad to be employed with the SUaetrie light Co. taere,: but is new. iB:Maolaod. ing out coal. Inspector Camiea only eame here 10 'get his heloofhigis, he IS to go to Peace River.-^Piaeheir Creek Echo. '  ^^'^'"v^^vt-?^- The li?thbridK� str4ka is appall^ ly as firm as ever. The minen >'f^^^ still boM'ing out, and there is ao likelihood of an i�BMKHata 8a|t>( retit, celebrated the 9Mh. anniversary of thair wedding on Weditesdiiy la(�t by fiving � recaption to thoir many frienda; All their cWldren wore with them arWh the exceptuon ol their eMeat aoin, Mr. .). II. (J-illospie, k�o Jives in I/!thbridite, AlhePta^ A lai^ge num; her of preNenis were received, and a very pleasant time was enjoyed during the afternoon by thoae pr^nr Mr. aillespie is maaa�cr in British Columhia for the Excelsior Life >U-suraoee Company .-Vancouver. Wiorid. Regarding tJie possibilijiy of, ,tiie ereotioo of the iHgh leiiH 4hN^ here, its exiiethency is clearly (pi^i catetl by the recerti'order In (�iai|i(ji arily replace all hsaby �at|(Aea-jrith a nmal'l�r"ty|te on the aectioa west i to Macleod, a result ot tlw idemoiw- eapHal^'isno reason that he should be set down as a gormandiagcr who greodily eats .the food of his friewls aimply to cast h>is vote according to thoir dic�t�tes. The "old" part of tlW'editorial should not iMve bom 'atitachi?d in its present connection. BLOCK 'V LOTS Cheapest in Town We have 10 lots in Block "D" which are on the' market for the first time. The location if ^ ' splendid, three minutes walk from Central school. There are no^lots in town so well, ^ located which can be purchased at the price We are asking for these. nt; ,1 �: B. Wetlierell, of, Si'trathroy, siici-eeds Dr. Senth. -Rain ^as fallen for the ia�t ^'tbree daya lUI- over the State ol Montana,. 4WKI the long cont>inuei({, drought iij Nort.hei