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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Sofa - Water * We have started'our fountain, and are prepared to prove to you tlmt we luivo the bust Soda Ice Cram '--tn town-- J.J.JOHNSTON DRUQOIST ami. STATIONER Walsh Koaa's Ml. Born, to Mrs, 'Hum, SuHrtis, n ion. 0rains for sate cheap at lite Brewery* It. A. Wright has returned from Medicine tint. W, P. Russell, of Talior, s|*'rit jvh-tcntay in 'town, A. V.. Miwro was ��l� from Raymond oil Mor�d(i,v. Air. Sloan, of rtn.ll �-'Hj'. �'�>� in town y*�H.���il�.v. Mrs. A. II. Hi afford will not receive wile of lien. Williuin*. of the North Wurd, n. soii> Mi*. .1. .1. Johnston will not receive durmg .hin.', .hily and August. L. M. .hriwwioiH' nii�l II. T. i!herry have returned from "a *�!� lo Winnipeg. Mr. I'nrklas. of Toronto, was among the arrivals in live city tills week. oie Count will open here on the first Tuesday in .hily. Judge Scott will preside. Iwe O. W. Kerr Co. exj�ect a carload of lofitlsi.vkcrs tomorrow, arid two carloads on June till). F. .1. Turner, of the lkw�k ol Commerce, leaves tonight lo relievo the manager at North BuMleford. Remember that �he Western Warehouse A Transfer Co. give you as much tea as you reuuire every day. 'IVcitholm Dickson, advocate, of Maclrod, .j* inont'knicd In connection with the vacant clerkship of tlie court nt Mai'litsl. P. O. K. Noiirse ex|�ct�'ti> occupy his new residence In a day or so. W. I.!. Iv� Hikes the residence ha* Iiei'ii orciipyittg lolcly. Mr. IMhpps.iIh* Milk lt-iv�i^ rancher, who 44i�' llcrnlvl oihvoimuixI lust wtvk wuh confincrl In thos|>W�l. dirct 44x>ru on Sumkiy. For ftak-Mrs. Mnr^lonnoll'h fliw St�inway Piono: cost tl.OOO for 13.10.00. PicuHC actress Box 202, or nee it at the ranch. A. R. Humiihrios mwli! a trip south >thin w�'k. ami ho says tdic country it dottod with liitle lakes as a ri point men* as sheriff, the Coixlston Star says: '�Malcolm YounR Is all �"l�*vt, �liiiion4s of that kind. According 4o Ihe Hullotin. .1. flart, formerly proprietor of the AHwrto Oato. has IoommI ��w okl poHtotflcc > at Fxl(iiontotr, W, A. Hampton, over Hunda.v. Mr. MiTftst, of Nelson, II. C, Is In town for a tow days. H� Inteivdw doing ron�idnile nvw plntttjing on his property hew. Tho Insolvent Stock of L. A. Scott inusit Iw cleared out, r�%�ird-los* of cost., In'forn .limn ftth.-L. A. Sco4it, Manager. Mrs, King was ihc sola- iv>|>renpnt� tiw iH il�f Itaymond staff at the Tiwhors' Insiitute, and stayed in town from WodiwMilay to Monday. MKs fleorgla A. I'Jnwi, of Rose llotio, and Miss WinnMrid Itarljoiif, of Newlaods, were in (own atte^wl-Ing the Teachers' lnstiiii(� lawt week, Ooo. M. Hatch tvntmwl from Montana on Hatiimlay night, III* dan-!(!>htor, Miss Helen Hatch, iwtumeI i with him, atMi wllf nwike Lathtiridgv her home. The sale of slock watering reservoir wiM.l. Macdon-1 o'clock, hlsts may \v wvn null's hoinesi'.>�d. Consult. Mrs. (IoimwJI, Hox 202. Mar- ine land'* oftlcf. Mrs. Mocdnnm'll.of Loch Carry r-M. Van Horn, 44w son �t I>onaltl nMvlh mkn ifu llwak,^0 Van Horn. LM4k- How. i� in the ,,hftt she no, mM ^ hontew(x^d hospital wHh pneumonia. ] she N0V!4 who wm|>lH mo|XJ |n The "Count of Hevlslon mot Tties- nn acre for It. day giiarantoa our Call at U�e llrewery for cheap work, t| grains. Hon. R. W. Scott, secretary of Owing 'to 44>e illsagiwolih? woath-'slivte at Ottawa, enterlainad atdin-ur the aiictimi sale announced for nor in honor of sovoraJ brother s�n' la�t Saturdoy n4 l/wh Uarry Ranch "tors, among whom might \m men-dVI not taka place. , Honed Snaior lk� V�-I)er. Mrs. .1.' 11. Pollock, of I'Vrnle. who j 'Ine auc�ion sule of the many A no fold l*x>n conilis'd In lh� hospital forurUcles of HiinUurt', a �vol| nn farm Hevenil weeks, was aide to rehim to slock, will ,t'. �hin� �. Uon'l aiina M. d from Far-xecund l>.v A. Castar, of Cardston.; go, North Dakota, Monday night, will roach $200,000. IH^' was accompanied by his wife and Smith llros. awl Wilson have re- family. Mr. Mc. Ken vile will i� lo- A. .1, f.ltvi.v, of CriuM' Ija^e. Milfi* |K�d a tt^hch of 214 Iwnd of young cat lit- on 'Mu'iiirrtiy. Thfcy will hfs plta�ud on a' rahp? cast, from Ijoth-brMge.-Macl-'wl Airtvancc. A cas.a 4jhc rainfall was eleven Inches. K. II. Owvn.ol the 0. W. Kerr Co., suys s couple of ladles from Uakola, who Invented In land near Clares-holm, art SO an acre which is now worth |25, bought a parrel (f iaixl at Warner at $A. Warner land Is now sVtllng at from 99 to ItA an acre. Fred. W% Downer was up from Maple Creek ynwterday. Ho says the addition 4o^v.� hkwk is almost completed. It is M i'on/e door locks, Mr. flrn.y evidently believes In supplying lAr: wi4h t4te host kind! of goods. m For good gm>n li-dlwl hay eall on A. Hruchet. An lOnrycMcal IH4ei', signed by the Anglican I1i�1m>|� o4 Cnnudn, t, AogiiHIn's church on' Sunda,v. It iWi}itc west, and t,he nii'iw, I slty�for the o|m'ii'liHt of new |taris4v.'sI amongst tti" incoming sH4lers. clause of the encyclical says:As un encoiiragimKMii. to our elTortH, w� can point 4o the reniorkab'le growth i of the church in 4he wewt.. In the' last three years the four l>locesv>s of ltii|s>rt's Ijaod, Mu'A|)|)olle, SaHkat-i chewan ans many lay readtu-h, and built ! :orl.y-sikvI �>vn-; i��n new mission*, or from TO j t^o 8*) new centres of worship m the' [ last two years, ' YOU'YEJVtM THE VIRTi;i3-FBIt�HJSON  NUPTIALS Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Virtue orrlvo:! in town Innt FrMay and have taken up 1heir residence in 'Uieir n*�w home in the east end. of ihe city. They have been warmly welcomed hy iMr many lx>thhridge fniends. '|>be. Moosomta Worltl gives the fol-Hotel lowing account of-l.ho w�dding: next WedntHdoy awning. It Is urgently refjtiested t*�at all 'those interested W promoting this annual Ijnst Wednei-day afternoon, May l�, the home of Mr,, and Mrs. S. Ferguson was .the Scene of .a hr.�f�p,v event will 4ie present. i�*l��rM�e,'company, asscintilod to wit-nem the has mad no toetter attraction every nwrrtiwe of their only dai�Ah.^r, year than *ts sports. JAIteaa, to .1. A. Virtue, of Ijoth- .loseph Durkin, assiw ceivmony was ' |mr-ent al lj!Kihhrklg8, and formerly In formed by .th* Rev. I). Oliver. Frank the lands olMee here. I* at pre�.�nt Morton acted as groomsman, and looking up okl friends In the city. Miss N. V.. Hlaekwcll, of Manson. He reporui tha�irWe was handsomely gowned' great immigration, than at any o>th' in a dress of white silk, with bi-Mal time in the history ot the office.'veil and orange blossoms. Site car-Mr. Durkin returns hoiiM on Mon- riod' a lioitquot of brktal rosea and day.-Calgary Alhertan. 'maklen hair ferns. 'Hie going-away orders for coal with "dress was of whfrte muslin trimmed He called on sit dowji I hml a neishbotrecentljr. V'^iV-'^n^K mr said the neighbor on WtaUly iS^^*$t n't ought to," sttid tlie vititor; n6V�ttli��l�Wl^: r7'tr.... t-w. he snt down. After talkiiig^bout ihe 'nlutK wnntj,'' \ of sprinkling carts, and the Smith afreet Railway,' > ' i^CL ' the visitor yawned, got to his feet and said. "I hadn't ought to lie sittin' here; I came td borrow a IniVler: our house is afire.', Now. my reader, if your medical man warns you ngitinst undue excitement, don't nt'SM to my, cheap suit'-the prices will stagger you, > Take ii cool when yon see the (fast diminishing) pile of Cloth Bound Novell at S5e tack, and the-Paper Bound at It^e each, IK* Blue and Gold Lethbridie Souvenir China, and whole shelves . of Bric-a-brac going nt cost. Souvenir, comic and art post cards, all kinds. 2 for 5c, Don't come if you.wnii't, to avoid excitement. ROBERT SAGE THE PICTURE FRAMER the Western Warehot� und Transfer with Valenciennes late and minion. To Sci pcT'-ioa deliver^. *� her bomiuet. pink roses and car- The CHy and the Church' wilt --> the siH�eit of a wi>-'dal sermon f"� 8 t the paMtor at Wesley Church on � W*� l>n.1av evemsaz At the morning �� � cuivxl the c�Mi4rnct for building a.cated at Warner moM of .the sum-|4,v flve-storny 4(rlck hotel at Itegina. Sunday evennng Mie nga^'oieot la announced at wrvice the suhjeet will be Meaning of Prayer, and the Church'' will naiMons � koi'Clal sermon Broom"n gift to -the bride was " 4�rawlet wit4i |s�arl netting. the 'bridesinalid a fs>arl The hrooch. and its1 iti�.-l 'the good will and cwloem o/ Mrs. Vlrtm-'s many friendb. She uill lii> greatly mlsseherta Ijeg-jri"0* In *� Everyday Life." � oIk. Mr. and Mrs. lieorge Watson. 'Isloture, 'to MajoMe Powell, ver Rose ,nw�- roof on 4-he offlce was like a *rfe\e, ^ ^ fwJthfH, workol. Henry iff Ik-i- new song hit "O .loy." H. C .landine. an old Lnih.irklgeawl ihe water dropped in on ma- A1i*r avowing .breakfast to iviih the .InwnHe Hostotvians Sat-lio.v. has b�'n appoinud manager osjchlncry and evcry4hing else. As a lW||ch M)Q1K m>. )m|Uld ^ttwl's Httt urday ahernoim n4 Olivers Hall. ;t�K' A. Maedonald Co. n�miiM>Hs at 'consequence, the typcw.Ung maehine ^ ^ ^ M Is said two 4.ull dogs were kill-! Wn'wh.n, siieecodrng It. H. Cooper, ** �'">' ion* *nou�h lo ,,rCvtfW juturc hona- at IjeiMirMge. amid* rd by a -bwdgor iK>ar Stirling last!��>� transferred to Van- the ihsue of this weew n paper on ft| nw ft|>[| wMk>h week. One of the. victims 4Vlon��l to Oliver. -tin.?. We promise. If It dnsant rnta ^ ^ ^ ^ a well-known Hound street im-rchant. K. II. McMicking has ivwlgnad as I an-v mobe' lhal U **> ' �HM*�n but The Double Cylinder Double Acting Hnnd Force Pun* lie Sneci*>l Features Are: . Tlte only pump manufactureil that has ho I leather suckers and requires no packing or I packed joints of any kind. Always primed, for j shallow or deep wells, maple handles, adjustable ' rods, easy wotking. never freeaea. These pumps ! are the moat satisfactory pumps made, throwing i double the amount of water with the same ease 1 as any of the so-called double-acting force pumps. By placing the cylinder and rods on opposite sides of the pipe, they are perfectly balanced, thereby saving half of the power* as the weight of the rods near y equals the weight i of the water. With one of these pumps in your well or cistern I you have a home tire engine, as they can be made ready in one minute by n simple attachment for connecting a hose, to throw a continuous stream of water. T have also stock pumps that will throw 30 gallons of water a minute. These pumps to be used in wells not exceeding 20 feet in depth. Gistern pumps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. By giving me the depth of your wells T will tit up any of the above pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc., so that any person can install them. I will positively place my guarantee hack ot all pumps sent, out. Special prices to country merchants. C. W. GREY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 'lite Xoeth American l*�nd Co., 0f*��**' �f �*� Trader's xvhlrh o. S Knisely is the local SiwUoiil. 4o become mana�er In representative, will hove a carload Maple Ciwk. He Ih a fcroUVr to O. , __ of land seekers here tomorrow rro...;�'- McMicM�g, ma.,.aer of the .Union ,�!"* w*rt^,8> JDwnk here. ,'ifci�.i� mi �i | It is , N'onth Dakota. Winsome Oracle Hntcheaon, lil'tle nighMngah? from Mormon Land, has won many laurels-. Hear her with the .1ovia4 'Juvenile* Saturday, .rune 2nd. Oreatl Ww following Iota have changed hands .through the C. H. Bowman agency: Tour lots on Ford Street nnd �lx lota on llrunton St root In the Rivorview nddkioo. Tliere will be n special seliool children's mat-inee Saturday afternoon. Mune 2, by the Juvenile Ron-j Ionian*. Prices, adults. r>0c.; ehihl-cn, 2,r>c. Itihig 4lu> children. W. M. Rarl�r has removed his paint sliop from tlio huibting twlJoining the town tmildings >tn the lenr of A. Southard's More, where lie will do all .kinds of carriage painting, and will accept orders for house |�aint-ing. THione. "ft. It Is announced that the itevcnwl lion ol Ijethbridge's creation an a city will tte held In the course Of a couple of weeks. One of the events will lie a twMOliall match .between Medicine Hat and Letfcbrktiw. The street a are in terrible shape at present. The heavy ram has caused a lot ol the waterworks trenches io cabe nn. and after the rain the city will have'a big Job ahead of it, to put the roads m repair. The heavy rains have interfered with the electric light service, though not enough to inconvenience clt'ltens. due to Ma>ager Freeman's diligent atitenllon �o all �ho short circuits and other mishaps occasionr ed hy the storm. Mrs. It. W. Itlaylock, ol High River, is the^ gueat of Mrs. Qeo. B. Mackay. Mm. Itlaylock la  daughter of Dr. Mills, formerly principal Raw I toga A. llobHimm. K�ral Ivan, Jo( ,(w Ontario Agricultural College of Coleman, will I* married towards !at Guelph, and now a member of the .....___________ heartily Rank at I***"1- w ^ H. T. Cherry, ot l*thnrltfg*. bnoth- of It. S. Cherry, of this city. here, leaving on . . iWraday foi Wismijie,. It we* (Curclsion Star.) many years sine* he had vwdted It |h In hardly m keeping with the Calgary, amd he was surprised at high tone which tlie Calgary Herald the progivss that hod lieen mode, has endeavored to maintain of late even though he had 'Iveen led to to give vent to ihoir feeling* regard-expect much. He wan ahm greatly !|nR yr. Marceilus ami his vote for impressed with the appearance and.the capital at BdmoMon, in the** rapid aetorlpmierit of tbe country from' words: "Old Man Marceilus while In Leavings �o Calgary.-Calgary Her- Bdmootcm had the first seriea of aid. !sipiare meals lie ever ate in his life. Inspector Cannes, w'ho for the past The lOdmomon people evidently won six weeks has been detailed to Lith- their way to hm heart through his bridge In conn^rtion with the strike oesophagus." It 'is not a class of there, returned here on Saturday,comment -that will take with the morning's train He says th� A. R. jgood people ot AllwrUa. Mr. Marrcl-k I. Co. intend rouMMBciaf opera-lius is a highly res|m>ct�>hle nmn. a tlons in their mines on Honda)- (to-'pioneer and a stalwart. Hecanse he day) enough miners having hsen fa-l-dW not agree with the rent of us at cured to enable ih-m to hsgtn lurn-jio the merits of Calgary for the ing out coal. Inspector Camie* only j capital, is no reason that lie shoul.l came here to get his ttelongtoga, oajbe set down as a gormandisi'r who ho is to go to Peace Itlver.-Plncher ; greedily eats .the food of his friend? Creek F/'ho. jelmply to eont his vote according to The UMhbwlR* Atrlka is apparent ��*ir dictates. Tlie "old" part of ly as nrm as ever. The miners are '*"* ^d'lorlal shouhl not have t>.vn still holding out, and there la M'�M*�aed in *t* present connection. n^xBtSNShSNSM the Ia4ter part of June to Miea Mary 10. Rnrlow, daugh4er of tho lirte Fr^k.rick J. Barlow, Rsq., C. K . of Shemeid. 'Kngland. m......�..................laiMiwama I Strange * The local papers cannot have a large circulation or the letters blocked out by, the artistic Sage oannot $ be read. We have come to this conclusion because so many lately have said, "Why ia this where you are located?" "Nutf aed," as we say in Latin. Railway Commission of Canada. Weber Bros., of Cando, North Dakota, are opening a real estate business in town. M. Weber has Iwen here for a month, and his brother has arrived, ao Join Mm. They have heen in the land huai-nefcs for some years. Their quarters at present are at the Lctht>ridge. 0. F. Oreitum, of tho O. W. Kerr Co., brought up twonty-lwo people to look over the lands ait. Warner last sales. He returned last. likelihood of an immediate settle-; menu Thos. I nderwood, who returned from'the fcouth yesterday, having been to the Bui well mines on the north aide of ihe river, says that these mines aiv turning out about 00 tons a week About six men are employed. Between 80 and SO men will be taken on in June and development work will be commenced.- Calgary lieralil Mr. and Mr* F. J. Oiilespie, of 132a Burrard inert, celebrated the ----- - --------_________ 2&th anniversary �t their wedding Friday, and he made aereraljon Wednesday law by giving a re-Sunday'caption to their many friends. All Tics G. Caps Gentlemen When you discover us, glauce at our and Shirts, Hats and And you will find H. On the Soot to Serve Yoti HI.................��...................� night, and ho remarked to the Herald that this country was getting too wet for him. and he had to gel back where it was dryer. Commencing on Kay 30th and on June and, 8rf. 0th and 10th. the Great Northern Railway will sell round trip ticuets from Sweet Gross, Montana, to St.. Paul, Minneapolis, Dniuth, Superior, Sioux City. Council Bluffs, Omaha and Kansas City and intermediato points �t 943, and to Chicago at $58.Ail; going limit ten daye; return limit September l&th. Mrs. Hut ton, who had heen con- their chlidnm wr* with them with the exception of their eldest eon, Mr. .1. II 0-ille�pie, alio lives in Lethbridge. Al^m*. A large number of present* were received, and a very pleasant time woe enjoyed during the afternoon by those present Mr. Oillopiv is manager In British Columbia for the tUcelslor Life As-suraace Company -Vancouver World. Regarding tJie possibility of tile erection of the hifb level brtdge here, its ex|ie(hency is clearly Indicated by the recent order to 'temporarily replace ell h�#hy eng4nea arith ia amalier'ty|ie on the aection west to Macleorl, a result of ne present prolonged rain held at St. Augwrtin's church on Saturday afternoon, interment taking place at the Church of England cemetery... Mra. Hut ton came here from Map^le Creek, and leaves one son, Lionel, Mutton, who used to be employed with the 'Electric light Co. bore, hut is now in Maoleod. fails. 'IHfischange entaJU the running of an Oh'tditiaajU' or "pusher' engine, which assists in the hauling of a full train to certain points, oft-eiwarvT returning light to the tei mmal-the ietier on annoying item in the company''* table of expwdi tures. JjadJM who want bargains in fine old Furniture, choice Brie-librae, DisheK, Kitchen und! Dairy Utensils, hod better not! miss this sale. j A lot of farm implements, cows, etc. still left.  Hygenic Carpet Felt, Hygeoic Stair Pnda. Velvet Steir   Corpet. Tapestry. KimWcrty tad Velvet SquareSi Dog-  J dog and Moquette Rugs-All Choice Good* ot Reosoo- ,  able Prices.   Per Express ; A shipment of Veilings. Allover Lace, Valenciennes  Laces. Point d' Esprit, Dress Trimmings, Embroid-  erieu and Insertion, Wash Belts, Ac. '| --,-. �. ,o- j The Beiitley Co'yj Wholesale and Retail x Lethbridgc, Alta.  e e I Advertise ia bappy. the Herald and le |>r. John South. lns|wctor of high schools, has 'been appoinlad superln-tondent of education under tho new act of thy Ontario Government. J. E. WoMieretl, of Ktralhroy. succeeds Dr. Seath. ! Rain has fallen for the last three idays oil over the State ol Montana, and the long rotU'lnued drought ii\ Kort.hern Montana has lieen broken and water holes, which 'have lioen dry over a year, are filled with a plentiful supply of water. Cattlonieu say tlte rain is worUi many thous-ands of dollar* to them. The ranges* have been long porchwd. ;