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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta PAINTS! POINTS I PAINTS! _---AT-r---- $2.00 per Gallon, covers JWO square feet $2.20 per Gallon, covers.. 4S0 square foot  You don't know how good they are till you try them. Our Kints are the only ones told in town that will cover 4oU square >t. They aw guaranteed to do so. We also curry n complete line of the best varnishes at lowest prices. The Central Hardware Store Cj. L. VROOMAN OURJITY As Seen Through Winnipeg Eyes views of frfHress writer In Connection With Sketch LethbrMge. Of ROYAL * HOTELj TABER, ALTA. | Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors! Rate $1.50 and $2.00 pmr Day  SAMPLE ROOMS CONNECTION IN lly wo wotikl say that Lethhrhlgt! mi I he very near future imml rankS nmottg the Hi si of indiiHlrlal cities ot-\ Western Canada. * A ml the Inlliieuces which make n mivniifnclui'lnK centro determine nls>* railway as wvll as Sainrdny's I'Y.e Press, the .ones- among �>v towns of tho wholu piimlrnts Mimnmry of (his city's "''them pnr-l of Alliertn. especially possibilities is us follows: ji'lHw nlong the Vine of the Alberta l. f�>r the commercial nod in.liis-knMicwnn ns "the Mil of tin- Oe-|,rl*l capital of Southern Alberto, chleiu." mil the wlvent fields I Mrnily rstnbliriud on a solid hod of of AlU'Ptu ns "ibe mo�k'ni'"'on' which the ronsumpMnn of Mm l-'.lysitim," iN-i-hnpN i 1m- iip|m�llnil.).� enWre west for ags'fc rouhl not ex-which w-oiihl most pro|m>rly iind hnust; surrounded by -the cvergivon most popularly i � u|iplu>il to l.otti-1 HeMs' of the IrrlgaKd farm lands of 'brMhje woiil.l l�. '.tin' roal-bin of S�ni�y Souiihorn Alhi-ntn; servwl by .v(>(.i.-rii fiimislii." of roiirs* tlK�;,h,v'; railway n.\ki,�hmi-two of �mot>. world-wi\M\ bi^ng to t*>r fi-ot tin tributoH of tJio imxiolftlivs, the plains Koebler A Hinricbs Mannfactnrers of High-clan Billiard mnd Pool Tablet, Bowliug Alley* and Bar Fixtures Haskins& Son Sole ugents for Alberta and Saskatchewan Calgary, Box 507 JOft^Send for Catalogue. Draytag md Taam Work 'All kind* of Draying and Team Work given prompt attention; also No. 1 Baled Hay and Oats for sale A. BRUCHET SAVE MONEY NOW - - l can sell you lots now in Tabor for 1100, that will be selling at 1200 in a month's time. Good Fanning Land for sale lso. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Tabor, Alta. THAT'S AN EXPENSIVE WATCH No matter how little it cOit yon, if it doesn't tell you the right time. That kind of n watch would be dear if you got it for nothing. A handsome cuse is desirable- -but an accurate inside mechanism is absolutely INDISPENSABLE. If you like you may put one of our $10.00 works into a tin case, and you will have an excellent timepiece, What we wish to point out is that the works are the watch, the case is the adornment. And another thing we wish to point out is that if ever there was a Jewelry a* ore that was prepared to please you in watches, this is the place-and we include our guurautee for your protection. R.A.WRIGH1 The Jeweler . t it if wniilil i�>i 'l.e ultouoi'lKT correct j ''hhiM Im- ( ipoi'ttuil (k'pnrt merit of her own 4n�iMk�r�. by a Uirg*. nuin-jilie fuir m�:l foi'tiMiivie nn-l progivs- I""" of l�.bistniol nnil w4iok>Hak> com- slve t'Hy of l.nl t(k>a-tluvt of Uio Htoii-- �oi�.litlons whieh we may truMifiill.v IlioiiH. of mil fuel. Mn- source from olriwly prpscnt 4ioiv, nnU �lnili we ivploniNh our lires. our j nwati ihe �k*velo|hh.>iti !;�ope for wurtiit4i ami comfort and which must Inovhinhly come with Mk� tor healthy lo�..l-all ibis is siitfgest- STow-th of the couivtry ihkI tbe In-ie.l li> tin- iniiiiciK�- ami nppaivnH,v .t-'^vuv of its population to mnk : inoxhuiiwtuhU* (U-posM of extvllcnl I con I which is fiiiin.l lHitllt the '��iii�*t rial Kioui/J in tlK' tliHtru-t of i.-thb  1^''. the west i Ltyl riuiii of 'Sunny j Soul hern Albert�." We hove . direct i riMiiiei i ion wiih ihe 'trunk linos of perhaps the xrcuiesii of the trnitscon- lin.'iiuil ruiiua.vs in I niU'.l Slul-.i-K-Mir Oieat Nori'lH'rn-an.l the only cxisimg tinn*i(nt(ivi�tul of Canada -Mio Oann'tbikii l"�citic Not only ho !b�*t LetltfiriUgv is itwlf iho head- Jndtisttial 1 Expositioh ; . >�( AND * Agricultural Ftir WINNIPEG JULY 23rd-f8th. 1906. THE FARMERS' ANNUAL SUMMER HOLIDAY THELARGESTEXH1BIT OF LIVE-STOCK IN WESTERN CANADA $500.00 OFFERED IN PRIZES IN WHEAT INTERESTING Butler Mailing* Competition 0|m>n to Amateur* and Also Professionals DR. CREAM - PRICE'S BAKING POWDER l* by an UnfllMi womao; no in^. Hox 405, Nelson, B. C. faro-wash- WANTED. Vt once, �twenty experienced niln-eis and one oertiAnd fliv Ikmm at tho h.'iiiMiLv Coal Mining Co., ixa- Apply at the Company's Office, Helium*, Alts., Tabor P. O lost One dark iron grey Filly, two years oldi weight about 1000 lbs. Branded' on right thigh, Reward JL of Ten Dollars lllu.00) f- for return to Olivers H all ONE NIGHT ONLY SATURDAY JUNE 2 Return of the Famous Juvenile Bostonians 30 Clovor CUM Artist* 30 -Presenting- Land of Boo Loo A Brand New Oriental dpera Prices $1. 75c 50c Seat Plan at Higinbotnaui's Matinee for school children, Saturday aflernoon at 2.30. Prices 25 and 60. Jebse P. Holt Raymond, Alta. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Thu undersifnsd are desirous of coinctunicat'tog with contractors in ivpni'd to the erection of a frame hoii-l at Warner. O. W. KERR CO., Southard Block, I�lhbrktge. ^chool lande hoUI as hi�h ae $575 son to " i . sn aers -at -8a�k�toon. *- Harry Brodle, a native kof JlrHish Columbia, writee k�\ friend i ,,in , V�acouw: sm lhe first member ol the Imperial ^ariiamant. toonx va IMtiati^Oolurob-!i| V waf> horn at Ross Bay (I be ||vo) on W- 18, 1870. My brother ho is now in the Fourth Hussars liputeaftnU), was -bora Uiero also iXprU. 187*.  1 _ ' The Lucky Thirteen You will think it lucky if you spend that amount on one of our special $13.00 watches. If you haven't as yet seen one of them there is a big surprise in store for you. It is fully jewelled aud haB a 20-year gold tilled case. Both movement and case are made by the moat reliable manufacturers. We recommend this watuh to you, knowing that it will give you the best of satisfaction. It has our guarantee., : *> � � V Vim. C Uphardt Succuier to a. Jeweler - Optioten .quarters-for neiv is rlie h;>ad ofHce o( n Htairilnitt K-auge ruilvvay nysteni of very t'onsklcralile mxl growing i importniui'-tlw Albertu Railway It Iriigivlirm Co. j Ami I Ik- imliw of Ibis Wirtt Inen-tiontnl cuiupuny so^vsim ibe lin-jportuiu'f of ibis city, not only jraiilwuy bub. lint in iiiiot'btrr resp-vl i in which she is prui'litvill.v ini.jlo aiihuitr nil t'nuiwtinii ciii.-s-ns thi> ifirtic of t-he vahuvbl)* irri)("nn m.vst.'iu *of Si,iith.'rn \llierii, ly | wiiicl) u louuiry, ulr.'O'.ly ici'.le l.t-yorwl tho dream of tb" iiriui.'i o 11 >.-; Ik� if I in an of the anciont vall'v >( the |Nile, and (h>n.v�'�ri>g a eliurate which for gonial Warmth, sunshi id ��,) in-j\>gor;>tmK n>tinos|jhi>iv 4s non^here ex-'ivll.^l hi th�* world, bus '..>..mi t-levat-'i�d to Hm* status ui u purp;t ml .-gbr-UhMi of I0d(>n. wlih it conttikut bines-1 sion of prolltalilf crops assir>>l. tier coal deposits hove rlvia h.*r prominence in yet another direction. 1 As a riMinufaetiirHtg ami (ndiifrtrial ceotie. So extremely imporUMit is the nmtter of olieap fu�l in all Industrial proposftions tiHVt convenience anil eheapnefiN in this necessary article are among tin' trreatent ad-vanlOKi-s that any town or ckty can poaspKK. For wnr.y a quarter of a century now t-he coal mines of Lelh-l.riKlge bnve Uv�n in o|kn and insicMl of �liowM�n any tendency to-wuixIh diiumution in value or output UK-re appear* to l�e rather a decided mereane lK�th in i|Uulity and �|iian-trty of conl. Indeod the dt>poHlt is uk-xhuiiKtH)l��. It Mrotohes for a thousand leagites perha|w, north, couth, oast iuhI west. It peratcattee the rarn^-s of 14m* Rockies and the Selkirks and crops out all along tite hanks of -the South Saskatcliewan. nut here is I Ik- beant and centra of it-hero it is found >n fltto�t condition for domestic us well as industrial purposes-how it was tfcat this vast deposit first was worked, and bere Mh? product neo-iwl tho name of "Oalt coal" -by which H Ih now" known all over the we�t. Hero, then, we may with assurance ex|Kvt to see ifreat industrinl advancement. Al-reuiiiy not a few 'Industrkw have lo-catod here, ami moan very consldor-i>l>Undus-trVal centre chiefly, will she occupy I Ik- import ant place to which she is culled in the bTbad fWWi of western development. And considering her shipping factlltH-R, her convenient location with refeitiico to all kinds of raw material, tl*e�it elen�ent which determines >Uie lt'ion of industrial entierpr'ioes; her abundance of etoellont coal-considering all those (acts which contribute to the I establishment of her future prosper- I.or.don, is doad. Miiha-'l ' Davitt, the 'famous Irish patriot, ami latterly known for hi* brilViaiM ability as a Journalist, was born in Ireland' in 1840. With the late C. S. Israeli and others he founded the Irtah Ijand tx-agis- In 1879. He was first electvd to I'arliameivi from County Meath, while he was a prisoner in tV>Mland con\'iet prison, | but was disqualified by sp>.>oiul vote as a'"' the House of ComtiM>ns. 1 He was. returned from the sank-county in 1hu2, unseated on |>etii(ioapors from' the United State*. L. A. Scott Must lie cleared out, regardless of cost, before June 5, '06 L. A. SCOTT Manager. RAYMOND IS PROSPEROUS. Raymond, Alta.. May 27.-The Knight Sugar Co. have disposed of 10.O0O arres of irrigated lands, situated about ten miles southeast of the town. The purchaser was D. K. Hunter, or Dayton, Hi. The condition of the (feet, lira stock, and laifd interests of the concern seem to he in a nourishing condition. The granting of � bonus hy Provincial Uovernment has had the efleot of stimulating interest in beet ctrHure. The ares is not perceptMily larger than last year, hut the land has been carefully prepared and'is �*' lr rivaled. The C�ndi�ton farmers are not contracting for this year, owing to discouragement from the ravages of best worms and hail laat > i! i > * ' es for good crons on I kinds of lun.ls, ana generality hi Southern Alberta, in certain purls of which tho drouth was uffecflmg the hopes of settlors. Six Iwmdred head of pulp-fYnNhml steers are traiHng for alio I4>i*i4hKIk� stackyards for shipmout from the skies of the sugar refinery; they tint a good lot, and will average about l,4.tO pounds. AbouL 200 he�ds of horws have tteen recemly drawn from the ranch of Die company and have -been sold at good pnities. A considerable part seeded to wiu-ler ' wheat has' boon i�-seoded. A good flekl is prointeod from what remains, and tiho total wiioat area will be somewhat larger than it was last year. The - Herald And get the Finest Class of Work at a Reasonable Figure 29?4 ;