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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Roiric Builders City or Countty 1: Ideal Al&lfa. Farm, fenced and buildings, a snap at.....$11.00 � Good Wheat Lands, as yet, only........................$8.00 9 640 aciM, mostly cultirated, 200 acres in wheat, good build- * ings, dose to town, on Macleod-Calgary line, worth $25,-S 000, can be had for.. ^..................$16,000, good temia * # Banchee, Irrigated Lands^ Coal Lands, Timber Limits. S ANYTHING INVESTORS ANYWHERE I We can direct you to a llie fity of Lethbridge � {>w Good Buys in ^ O.S.KNISELY Agent North American Land Co. BALMORAL HOTEL LETHBRIDGE EAGLE^^BALL Big Crowd liad s Jolly Time. SOME OF THOSE IN COSTI/lNE Seven PersMs Awarded Hand* Friics. I BIG BARGAINS IN STOVES 18 "Souvenir" Stoves coing at cost. Onr stock of Stoves is far too big, and we must reduce it to make room for other goods. Everybody knows the "Souvenir" Stoves, and we will match them against any other make for workmanship, baking and lasting quuities. At these prices they make a bargain yon cannot afrora to miss: Souvenir Cook, was $45,00, now...............$35 00 � Souvenir Cook, was $43.00, now...............$34 00 Souvenir Cook, was $48.00, now...............$39 00 Come in and see them-it won't cost you a cent. Remember there are only 18. Small stoves from $7.50 $17.00. THE CENTRAL HARDWARE STORE G. L. VROOMAN The Best - Place in Southiern Alberta Is to be found in tlie HERALD'S Columns If you want to sell a Farm Town Lot Reddence Biinness Or any articles that you wish to get rid of, put a small ad. in the Herald People read our columns to find Houses for Kent Farms for R�nt Rooms for Rent Places to Board The Bagle's IxiU Tuesday nigbt was a bigger success tJmn ever. 'Inhere was more fun to itihe pttiiuto 't4i�n couW Iwve lx>en hmd �it a oircua or a iiMnstrcI �)k>w. Clowns tumblod wbout U�e floor, iw�groaring thcol'itan, rts, as '''Harvest." Priie, a hatMlsonie clock, 'gold plated over bronM with a first-class movement. Best dressed gentleman, Oan Ifcal-jey, as "JlighlaDder." Prize, niili-itary brushes, with sterling silver li�cks. Most oriipitiQl lady-Mrs. Gus Neid-jig, fts "The Lethbridge Hcrakd." j Prize, a perfume sot under glass cover mounted on gokl plated stand. Most orig>inal gentleman-Howard Case, as "Viking." Prize; cut class ink htand with gold plated t'op and horn lor pens. comic costume, lady-Miss lal-ilje Werts, as "Topsy." Prize, sterling silver manicure set. Best comic costume, gentledatv- W. Barber, as "Tramp." l*rize, tobacco jae.w'ith sihvr top. Lady of t'he couplis with the best matched costumes-Miss Annie Reed, as "Motaammaden Lady." Prize, a pearl necklace. There were a lot of real good char-acleis thnt deserved prizes. Dhose in charaeter who handed in their namo.'s nl the door were as follows; LADIES. Mrs. Davis, Ked Cross Nurse. Miss Taylor, Easter Lily. Miss Hopkins, Eng'lish l.ilv. Mrs. Gus Neidig, liCthlii ! l*r-ald. B. Walker, Most Sensible Dressed Lady. Mrs. Clint McDonald, Flower Girt. Sfr.s. Da^'e Fraser, Eostcr. Clara E. Perry, Coloretl Oi.l. Li I lie Wi'Hs, Topsy. Maud Tloberis and Lottie I.lIz, Two Sailor Girls. OHve Davis, Flower Girl. Mrs. iToQ Tourrie, Dancing Girl. Lizzie Niven, Night. PriscMla Boberts, Harvest. An me Beed, Mohomm'aden .Laly. Miss A. H. Niven, Maple Leav-js. Edith Lf Harding, rhe Rose of Old England. Annie Gaskell, Scotch Girl. Mrs. Dixon, Peasant Girl. \'iolct Magiiirc, Jai> Lady. Miss .Sick, Maple Leaf. Ellen Wiegard, Flower Girl. Mian Nile, Miss Canada. Annie F. Niven, Spanish Girl, Etta R'ced. Evergreen. Lena Neidig. Queen of Hoarts. Gertrude J. Tuff, Flower Girl. Miss M^am, Gay Fellow. Mrs. M. White, Spanish Dancer. Eva Munn, School Girl. Anna E. Davies, Canoda. GENTLEMEN. C. Ward. Arkansas Trt.ell G. W. I�. Beed, Coon. Mr. Moon, Ne|^o. Tommy (5ane, Coo�i. .lack Smith, Clown. Harry P. Withers, First Mogul Emperor. W. D. Frey, Carbuncle Kii'.. Elmo Fraser, Ky-Vu-'v '.'j. A. Niven, Reuben Glue. B. Buck, Night. Edward Neidig. C. H. Harding, French L'hof. Press flouk. Farmer. Gus Neidig, Happy HooHgan. P. Neidig, Clown. J. .1. Conn, Lady. NOTES. WILL GET OUR CHARTER- AS A CIH. Lct>�bridg� will be created a city beyond a doub".- Town Clerk � vman tons recoiwd a letter from Soh.-itor Cony-bcare, who is at Edmonton, in which lie says: "Everj'tliing is going well. Tito municipal committee rcport'ud the bill today without amendment, so may be assured tihat we shall b� made a city this session." Mr. Conyboaro r&marked that Mr. Simmons was doing his utmost to get the bill through. C P. R. TO ^ARf WORK VERY SOON. Town 'Clerk Bownum has received dcfluitc assurance Irom Superint'end-ent Erickson, of the C. P. R., that work will be commenced on the new yard here inunodlately. Mr. Erick!N>n says the company's engineers have �been instructed to call for tenders for groMlii^ at once. The work of buikliog the freight sliods and round house is �specto..l to be taken'up iminodintcly, too. WEDDED AT GUELPH Ntfrialc ef Miss Hllbikolhain and G. B. Nackay. Guelph Mercury: Miss Ijaura Edith, third daughter of Lt.-Col. and Mrs. HigioijoMMm. was married at St. Andrew's at Iwir o'clock to Mr. George Racist Markay, of t'hc staff of the Alt)erta Railway and Coat Co. Lethbridge, and third son of Senator and Mrs. Robt. Macfeay, of Montreal. The ceremony was witnessed by a crowded church, and tdie acconir paniracnts at the simple �3r\-'ice were marked by good to^to and pleasing effect, the pink and white of the jhrMal group especiaUy making a pretty picture against the 'bwiking of palms and ferns, which formed the background. Whfile the tpuests were assembiing. Miss Smith played the bridal chorus from Lobcogrin. The bridal iparty were met at the church door by the uahersi-Hugh ' Mackay and Robert Loring, Montreal; Dr. Norman Wallace, Alma; and \rthur Higinbothani, New York, and the choir SOLD HALF_INTEREST. Moose .law, .\pril 23.-The Tabor .\ibcrta i^and Company, with its head ofllce here, has disposed ol a half interest in its lands in the vicinity of Tabor, comprising sonic 19,-000 acres, to an American land concern for a sum in 'the noi'ghboihood of 11100,000. Tlie property spoken of is 'bho Cy. ranch, which was recently purchosod by Moose Jaw capitalists. The l Real Ettat*. Renting, Lonni^ jm surnncc and Invctlmcntt Demise of Mrs. Moran, Mrs. Ful* mer and Miss Reid. Edmonton Bulletin: Mr. W. C. i Simmons, the newiy elected member lor Lethbridge. was introduced in the House Friday by Prenvior Rutherford and J. Woolf, M. P. P., of Cardston. Mr. Simmons' first speech in the demonstrated that the LegLslaturo had OKkled unto it another memlior who is quite capable of e.xpressing himself. Mr. Simmons sang as a prooewional. I priceless gift of a good voice, ^^toh "The Voice That Breathed O'er Ed- ' - . * .. LethbridsQ lost an oM and esteemed resident yesterday by the stHklen remomi of Job Reed. He was summoned without ft moments notice, cspirlng in his hontc! shortly after coming from talking with his son ait the City Bakery. Mr. Reed had not been in tlie best of health for some time, 'but he was f'Oelimg 'as w�ll as usual yesterday. Mr. Rood has resian, and -was oin encyclopwiia of knowlc^igc on many subjects. -Ho was �n ai>dent ebani�;)ion of Single Ta.x. Mr. Reel w>as l>orii in Son�erset-.�-hirf, England, on 'the 19th of November, 1811. When a you'ng nvan he settled in tlic Southern States and ta�>ght school in Mississippi and Texas. He came to Cana'da in 1882 and located in London, Ont. In 188S he came west and settled In Medicine Hat, settling lu Lethibridge 't'hree years later. Last year he paid a visit to England. The deceased was a nuember of the Manchester Unity Independent Oixler of Oddfellows, and an honorary member of 'the Ancient Order of Foresters. Mr. Reed was Justice of the IVace and a uiomlxr of tlw Church of Englamd, His wito and a family of sevc* chiWren, Richai'J W., Henry, Mrs. O. H. Watson, Job, G. W. H.. Annie and Ella, survive. It was only a few weeks, ago that Mr. Reed purohasod the farm of Rev. O. J. C. While on the irrigation ,he has a stage ease and a wide vo-on." The tall, graceful hride was cabulary, and he expresses himself in fittingly attired in whHe emhroidcr- !, �tylc which, while not too asser-ed silk net over white aabin. her veil [ tivc, should carry conviction. His beinjf outlined with seed pearls and caught with orange blossoms. Sweet peas and lily of the valley, with streamers of the tame, nMvde up the shower bouquet she carried. It was aXgtvat pleasure to the family and the guests that the Colonel was t/Me to be in'nt'tendance. though be delegated to his eldest son, Capt. W. A. Hirf inbolham, the customary duty of the head of the house of eacortioc the bride to the altar. The hridet�-maids, Miss Constaoce Cutten, of Ouelph, and Miss Cairinc Mackay, of Montreal, aiater. of the groom, were daintily gqwned in pale pink crepe de chibc, trinmtcd with Valenciennes lace over'pink tafleta with pink and \Thite hat� to mwtoh, and carried large hunches. ' of pink tuMps tik�d with pale piiifc rttiboB. The srooma-man was Mr. Anfus R. Mackay of Montreal, brother of the groom. The service was read hy Rev. Jlr. Bakin, of Toronto University, the laite pastor of St. Andrew's, and Rev. T>r. l\jrrance offered prayer. During the ceremony and while the reigister was teing signed, Miss Smith, organ, and Mr. Thain, violin, played softly "The Angel's Serenade," and~ the first speech on the university was a croditable effort. bill PRINfE BUVS LAND. Winnipeg. April 25.-Although the Canadian Pacific Land officials profess ignorance of ttra supplied the music. Mrs. Gus Neidig's costume was a mighty good ad. for the Herald, and was also an e\-idonce of the originality of that lady. Her entire dress was mode up of Herald newspapers, and as she danced alx>ut tiho 'hall the people could see for themsel\-ea that with the bright straiits of M'cndels-sohn's Wedding March. A reception was afterwards held at the residence of the bride's parents, Riverview. The drawing rooms were adorned with palms, relieved with daffodils and marguerites, yellow being the dominating color. Mr. and Mr.s. Mackay st'ood before massed palms, while the yellow and brass of the candelabra, reflected from the mirror, gave a handsome effect. The numerous beautiful gifts w^bich were assenibtod in rear of the drawing-room were much admdted. The dec-ora'ti\'e scheme of the dininy room was pink and white. Refreshments were served from the dining tahie, the central ornament of which was silver bowl of Easter lilies. Pour elaborate silver candelabra set off jthe corners, 8uppoit^>tl hy eight va�-es of pink sneet peas. , The centre piece abo\-c was festoonsd with white ribbons,, and hod white doves sucpendcti. A range ot silver candel-ahra on the sidehoard ddod their share to the flood of light and hril-liancy. The muaic ol an orchestra also contributed to the pleasure of the house catherina. Mr. and Mrs. Ifackay ioft^ on the evening train we�t for a oth�n, Miw M�'-rison, MiM lUginbothom. Toronto; Mrs. W. B. Caawoll. Braatford; Dr. James Wallace, Alma: Mis* Baptist, Montreal. Edmonton, April 24.-P. Bums, who come up from Calgar}* on last night's traiin, and is staying at the Alberta, went before the agricultur ul committee this morning omd gave his sMe of the beef question. Briefly statod, Mr. Bums contenndod there was no monoiKily in the beef busi ness, that all otherii bod the same chance as his company to eago>B^ in the beef business, and that there was no agreement whatever as the division of the territory by the cattle buyers. The dentsits' bill was considcrctl by the committee on legal bills and laid over for further consideration at later date. There seems to be growing inclination on the jiart of several of the members to throtv (iv cr the professional bills altof^of.ior at this session, and bring in a m ernmeut measure at the ne.\t sessi >n covering the whole case.. The tors, lawyers, dentists, drig^Lsy and veterinarians aro n)I i-.i>(>iying for bills, and the main p ir; o8.> in every case is to cstaoWsii (f.itcils which will have control, us iiey do in other provinces, of ..ho (>: r.f..wsion in some cases asking ;';ic f.ghv to charge an admission /^-o 1> their councils, and hi others ii.'>ki.{; the ri^t to set t^lw �xaminati'>i. ^'i>ong opposition is developing to these terms, and many of the memfcera contend that the government shouM establish an examining or hundred: 35 cents jwr dozen. Ordcr.1 will be filled in thy are received till the sup ply is exhausted. IRRICATION REGUUTIONS iu for thy. NOTICE is hereby given that connection vMh all applications the acquii>cment of rights under Xorthwost Irrigation Act, there will in future 1� ixjquirod, in addition to any survey that may be made by the ai^plicaot, a preliminary .survey and location by t>hu Superintendent I.*' Irrigiatiojj before any authorization (r the construction of the works is issued, and before such survey is made, the 'C^pllcant will he required to deposit with the Stip.'r-intendcnt of Irrigation an necossjory to cover the cost therof W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister. Department oi the Interior. The Herald's Market When you have anything to Sell or Bny, here is tho place to let the people know FOR SALE. A Cypre.�:s incubator, 120 egg capacity, an out-door intubator, in good condition. For sale at a bargain.-Apply to Box 307; at LOST. A black rocker spaniel answering to name of "Vic." Any party boW;^ ing him will be prosecuted. Irfor-^iMtiou kmding to the recovery will be suitably rewarded at City by Ap!>lications have been made tlKS following for tlio renewal their licon.sea for the year 1906-1907 C. J. Eckstrom & Co., hotel license in respect of tins Dallas Hotel �itu ate on lots 12 and 13, block 31 IjothrtM^idgn. Frederick Rooncy, hotel respect of the Arlington Hotel, situate on lots 1 and. 2, block 0, Licth-bridgc. H. E. Miebach, hotel license in respect of the Windsor Hotel, situate on lots 9. 10 and U, Wock 6, Leth-briilgo. Henderson K Downer, hotel licenso in respect of the Coaldale Hotel ii�ti