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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta *4f *"*\ �Vfl iihiiMiJifrni'trii " Our bilverwdie Commands Attention BcCSUM Of 1st Its artistic designs. 2nd Excellent workmanship 3rd First class quality. 4th The price at which it is sold DR. P. W. TULLLK . rHYSIClAN AND SURGEON L.ETHBRIDOE Office-Ofer Oit't Barber Shop. H wi -11:00 iu l?swi nooo; JiOO te5:0i. p. m ; 7:00 to 1:30 p. m. >ffic� Night UhII tbU Telephone Something to remember is that we carry only The Best Good* from The Beat Makers The manufacturer's guarantee, along with ours goes with every piece. Wm. C. Liphardt Jeweler  Optician T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hai Insurance in the best companies Residential Lots, Modern Dwel lings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on application SIMMONS ft, BENNETT Barristers Ac. I.ETHimiliGK AND CAKD*TON Lethbridge Office, Southard Block Mousy to Lend on Town and Farm Property w. 0. Simmons, B, A., Crews Pro�*cuto� C V Bbh.-cbtt B. A. DR. G. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON Offlee-Ofer Htgibfcotbsin'i Drag Store 'PHONE Ofttoe 125 House 04 Drs. Mcwburn & Galbtaith Phyiicllnt, SuftMni, Accouchttt Office-Redpath St. cor. Burdett. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. in. Sundays-2.30 to 3.30 p. in. Telephones 41 and 53. F. H. Mkwuurn W.S.Gai.uraith M. D. C. M. M. D. C. M. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offioes-Ott block. 'Phone 143 r You can tee the { Prevailing Jewelry Stylet! If you will step into our i store any of these days. 1 We manage to keep track of all the new designs-and gather the bust of them for our own use and yours. ' If we lived in the biggest city in the land, we would not be in any closer touch with the manufacturers than we are now. When they get anything new we are sure to hear of it-and what's worthy finds a place in our show cases. Among some recent arrivals an; attractive effects in LADIES' RINGS This is about the daintiest show, ing we have ever asked the ladies to lookat. It's impossible to particularize-but it will please us immensely | to Cave the ladies become i interested. iR.A. WRIGHT [ The Jewels* UWMUSO 01-' T11IC M.01U10NS. Heealled by the Death of Charles Ota Card. DR. B. JACKSON DENTIST Graduate Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago. Office-Ott Block. Ask your ticket agent for tickets [via the Wisconsin Central Ry. -To- Milwaukee, Chicago, and All Poiata Cast and South Convenient trains, Pullman sleepers, Free reclining chair cars, Dining cars. For full information address H.J. Bergemanu, travelling agent, 37] Robert St., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas. C, Pond, general passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Drs. McClure & Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. C1UN Ci*Ul). HHOOT. Those Who Won Prizes ui ToUI'IIUIWIll. Annual J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - - ALBERTA. IN THE MATTER OP THE COMPANIES WINDING UP ORDINANCE, 1903. NOTICE Is hereby given that all creditors and others having claims against the Ilulwell Coal and Iron Minos Company, Limited, are re -quired to send the same to the undersigned Liquidator of such Company 'on or beforo the first day November 1900, pursuant to section 0 of the Above Ordinance. TI10S. UNDERWOOD Underwood Block, Calgary, Alberta. Liquidator of the fluhveH Coal and Iron Mines Co., Limited. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new town sites. Contract piioee on application. Office at tho Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. Lethbridge, Lodge No. 2. L0.es0.F. Like a New Skin " Stnnncld's Unshrinkable " fit*-fits perfectly from neck In ankle. And it fit* just as well nt the end of the winter nt it did nt the beginning. Stonfield's Unshrinkable nderwear won't shrink. All the shrink i-i tukeit out of the Wool before knitting-and the finished j;sr-liient is carefully tested before it leaves the mill. The Su.tfnhl guarantee i> on ^very genuine j>nnucul. (Cardston Stui'.) The sad intelligence of tho death of Charles Ora Curd tu his honv in Logan. Utah, reached hero la.it Monday morning. l''or tin* last two years he has veen very ill, unci while his demise is deeply mourned und keenly felt by all the peoplu here, it did not come altogether us a snr -prise. As the "Father of Cardston" and tho pKoncor of this south west -ern part iof Alberta, he stands In the hearts of the people second to none. Tt was on Sept. 14, 1880 that Charles Ora Card came from Logtm, Utah, U.S.A., to explore part of British Columbia and Alberta in search of alocality in which to establish a homo'for himself and o company of his compatriots and his selection resulted in tho lxirth of Cardston. Nowhere else so ho be  llevcd could he find a more InvUtng place than did he here* In Southern Alberta, Ho camped nt the month of Lees Creek on Oct. 21, lt�8fl,vln com pany with Bishop Isaac /omlel and Elder .las. W. Hendricks. The rich -ness of the soil the limitless urea of luxuriously grass-clad plains, the reasonable accessibility to timber and the copious streams of water appealed to his judgment, und hen-he decided to cast his lot. This decision reached tho party te'iirtied home to prepare for their removal to tho selected land. And on returning hero they selected the present site of Cardston for their sett lenient, President Cnrd choosing for his own use what is now the north half of the present town site. The party at once bus'ed themselves putting in gardens, and remained on the ground til) May 3rd, when they went buck to meet their families, after having left LS Allen and nephew who hud arrived two days before in charge. Messrs. John A. Woolf, .J. A. I In in mer, Bishop tleorge L. Kerrill of SiuithMd. Utah, and K. It. Mile* with their respective families, re -turned with the pioneers ami the company reached here on June :i. 1887. Two weeks beforo, however, jjohannus Anderson, Samuel Matkin, und Thomas It. l^cavitt and families had arrived and theso with the later colours however, soon ploughed jo 1 liie lund and put in crops. ! President Card und party were met at �t. jiury s Ui.er, wn.un was then u swimmiiig depth by Sergeant Brim nor of tho Northwest Mounted Police who kindly piloted them ucross, .Mr. ! Curd huviug two wagons, J. A. I Woolf also two and the other three | families one each, uuiking seven | wugoiw in all. The Sergeant was exceedingly obliging and told the-party that the boys up ut the nt-tlenient wens Just ripping up the ground for moro than a mile. President und Mr*. Curd ami the otli -.- The aniiiiul tournament of the Alberta Uun Club was held lust l-'rl-day. The result of the nine events w.is as follows: First event--Opening shoot at ten singles.-C, II. Maker, H; M. White Team shoot-o at, It) singles-Wm. Oliver, C. Livingston, II. Livingston, T. McNabb and T. Phalr were the winning team. Each secured u gold tnctlal. (I. White of the losimr team made t'hc highest Individ ml score, 10, and won 810. Third event at 10 singles.- Wm. Oliver, 9; //. White 8; Stadman. 7. .fourth event-Sweepstakes of 12 singles.-H. Livingstone, 11; Start -man 10; T. McNabb. Fifth event.-Novelty shoot, .,2 singles.-W. Oliver, J. C. Livingstone 11. Withers. Sixth event-5 pair.-W. Oliver; W Sicilian, L. N. McEwen, S. White. Seventh event.-Miss and out-.1. C. Livingstone, W. Oliver, S. White. Eighth event.-Sweepstakes at '10 singles.-W. Oliver, It. Livingstone. W. Stndmnn. Ninth event-20 birds, for Mngrath Challenge Cup, value 8">0. S. While won. Tenth event-Ladles noti filiation.- Mrs. Lyllc, W. Siedman? Mrs. olive-, T. Phalr; Mrs. Phalr, W. Oliver; Mrs Ifooney. T. Mc.Vabb. Eleventh event-Consolation. 10 singles-T. Phair. S. Criibl-o. A Hooney, F. Uooney, T. Clayton, .1 Bruce. * CRAVEN # SMOKING MIXTURE i- � � - i ii INVENTED BY THE III EARL OP CRAVEN IN 1807 ^.....* * �*!��' .i �': . HOVSC it CardStOn, AlbCrtl .Donovan. .Mrs. Shaw. Miss Shaw ((now Mrs. Harper), Mr. Uereuo, Sergl. Colter (who uus then a '-an-eher), and Corpoml llur|r*r who succeeded Sergt. Hrimner in cum � iiumd of the St. Mary's dctuchm-iit. President Card arrival in Cards-ton on June II und on June kith, Sumlii.v, the little i'oui|>uuy held a meeting In a tent 12x1-1 feet ami oa a Sund iy There were (JOI.Ii \T I'OIJ'I' STIMULI-".. (Crunbrook lleral I ) The first of the w**ek William Cnr-lin. the well known Fort Siis-le i.ier-chant. brought o\er to I'nmbrooU for shipment lM>twen si*.�*..>�) >.m.i S'l.OOO in gold dust und nuggets, tukeii in ut his store in the r.v-,.,;ir order of trade. That would iudic.il.-tluit then* is ipnle a little |.1> mlnlnp going on these days in ibe Fort Stwle district. Sealed Tenders add routed to the Deputy Minister of Public Worta. Edmonton, Alberta, and cndor.4ed "Tenders tor Court Houee at Cardston, Alta." will be received up to 19 o'clock, noon, Thursday, Sep -Umber 30th, 1906, (or the supply - George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed Widest I (ice Highest Grades Lowest Prices Mc Adoo & Van Horn Cartage Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany all coal orders Office-First door south of Sal vation Army barracks. Telephone 77 -YARDSAT- LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING TABOR, It Will Pay You To See Oar Stock Before BuyingElsowhore. ing of alt materials and the c root ion of Court House Building in accord-1 lhe following Sunday ance with plans and specifications on School uus orguuiAtd. vlow in tho Department of Public; then eight families on tho ground Works, Edmonton, at the office of with teams, wagons, cattle. and tho Inspector of Public Works. Arni-j"1'"1 Implements, in the fall of the strong Block, Calgary, the office of'>l'ir Hishop putnes ,,, j, jr.; LttV.,0 Jno. W. Woolf, Esq., MP.P.. Ca.d-ston, the office of W. C. Slnum.rs, Esq.. M.P.P., Lethbridge, and Iho office of K. McKenzie. Ksr*., M.P.P., Macleod. The work may lie tendered for separately or in bulk for all trades. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque payable to the Minister of Public Works for the amount of five per cent of tender. Choque of the successful bid-dor. If any, will be retained until tho necessary contract and bond uro executed and tho work completed. Tho cheques of unsuccessful bidders SADDLES Aitrttt and Stock SINGLE - HARNESS Good stock of Farm Harness on hand; also a full line o f Trunks and Valises in stock. We guarantee Good Quality and Good Work Horner & Hutchison We Can't Do It For what some others do your work for BUT WE CAN DO Better, which is more im-portant to you, as the life of your Shirts, Collars, Cuffs is lengthened by our process of laundering them. Neck Comfort Isn.t possible when your collar has "saw teeth" edges. In our laundry every collar is ironed with a smooth, round, comfortable edge-no extra charge either. Phone 145. Wagon calls everywhere. Let us try a lot for you. Ucthbridtje Steam Uaandry, Ltd. who hud come early in tho season were joined by their, families, and on Dec. 10th, Niels Moiison, Joseph Hicks, und John Huberts urrived with their families while Henry L. ilinmiui, his sou, Ia-wjs, Morgan L. llinmun, und () L. Robinson came in the fall ahead of their respective families. The population of tho 'it tie community was then about ninety. 'I hey limit roads into the mo nil tains, constructed a meeting house UOxiJo 1 feet, ten cabins and a dug out, trot out fencing and busied themselves m arranging their stir will he promptly returned. The right 'rounding*, for the winter. The meet Is reserved to reject any or all bids | ing house was completed on Jun-or valve any defects. "aiy -M. 1HHH and tho people indul- ged in a gr.tnd house-warming having a i*reul tune ol ivjcU'lng. Deputy Minister of Public Works. ' When the town of Curdston was first laid out it comprised only Dated at Edmonton, this 1st day of lhr,H. lK.rs ,, twelve blocks JOI1X STOCKS, Sept., a. D, 190�. in all. each lot seventeen rods ^ijU.uv with four lots to the block. Lcthhridgc Branch of The Pembroke Conservatory off Music J. GEORGE HARPER. Diicctoi PUPILS RECEIVED DA^LY EVERY BRANCn TAUGHT CHAilllKKLAIN 'S COIJUM HKM KDV ACTS ON WTCRirs PLAN Tlis most successful medicines are i hour I lint aid nature. ChainJberJuin's Cough llcmcxly acts on this plan. Take it when >ou have a cold nut! it will allay the rough, relieve the lungs, aid expectoration, open the secretions and aid unture in rostor-a hnulthy con -dition. Thousands have testified to Its superior excellence. Tt counter -acts any tendency of a cold to ro-sult In pneumonia Trico 25 cents. Large si�>, .10 cents. For sulo by CONCERTS, RECITALS, AND; ah Druggists. LECTURE RECITALS. The most advanced and progres-' sive methods are employed in each 'oen appointed commercial master of western Canada Collogv, Calgary. Secret of Good Bread Is Good Flour The inexperienced housewife can have the very-best aid in making the finest Bread by using puRira FLOUR Made in the most modern mills in the world from nothing but the choicest Western Canada Hard Wheat. It yields tin-largest amount of nutriment and is the most economical and healthful. Said Everywhere In The Great Dominion WESTERN CANADA FLOUR MILLS CO., LIMITED We Handle the Best Lines of Stoves and Ranges HicK CgL Wahely The Leading Tinners. I'IuihImts, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone IKi. I " TRY \vl5r6LIVEir"n ---FOR-- Everything required in the construction of a Building, ^ Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Oranbrook. Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing (Miver's l'laning and Lumber Mills. Oliice, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets Telephono 153 The Host Exacting Standards Of criticm prevail^ and only unequaled quality finds % favor wish m.---------------------------j? All kinds of fresh ami cur.sl meats. Fresh lish three times a week.-------------- Burns & Co., Ltd. f ----Telephone HI-- I A. EASTON & CO. | MANUFACTURERS OF ;  HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL [ HORSE FURNISHINGS � 1AND DEALERS IX v \ TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES, I ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON � COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. 1 mmwammmMismm ?DODDD Mil Is at Wlnnlpac Ooderioh and I rand on 1 Ml AN OLD TIMER -----WITH TIIE- OLD BRANDS (IF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND Just drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I. tun up-to-date.  .  TUo cleanest ami brightest shop in Southern Alberta. CEO. HOUK nonnnr Biftl^sliTsls^lgl^lM^lslBlsllil^ ;