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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta fion Builders City or Country EAGLE'S BALL Big Crowd had a Jolly J5 4- Ideal Alfalfa Farm, fenced and buildings, a snap at.... Good Wheat Lauds, as yet, only........................ f S 00 640 mostly 200 acres in wheat, goal build- J ings, close to town, on line irorth 000, can be had for.. 3................. good teriiia f Ranches, Irrigated Lands; Coal Lands, Timber Limits. ANYTHING ANYWHtftE few Good Buys SONE OF Seven We can direct you to n the City of Lcthbridge O.S.KNISELYI Agent North American Land Co. BALMORAL HOTEL LETHBRIDGE The Ragle's ball Tuesday was a bigger success than ever. was more fun to minute could have been had -at u circus or a minstrel show, Clowns tumbled aboil', the lloor, grim- aces, knights of centuries long''past walked about their biuvien of Ijniian chiefs al! the paint ami feathers imaginable mov- ed stealthily around, and litalc sail- or girls in winsome costumes, had many admirers. Then there were representatives of Canada, -the Maplo l.jc-af, nig'ht, arxi so on, and it is easily understood', tihat -assemb- lage was cosmopolitan, because "rich beggar man, 'thief led tog-other. AU were masked, and was ihe prevailing 'query during tljc dances. It's oven r feared some fellows danced with girls WILL GET OUR CHARTER- AS A CITY. LotJJfbridgt u'ii) 'be crated a city boyoml a Town Clerk .vman has received a from SolL'ilor Cony-beuiv, who is at Edmonton, in which lw says: "Everything is go'iotf Tho municipal .'cotuniR'Ux! tho bi-H today without amcndinesit, so we may be -assured that we shall U> nuwlu a city this session." Mr. ConylxMina remarked tha-t Mr. Simmons was doing 'his utmost to got the 'b'ill through. fc TO START WORK VERY SOON. Town, 'Clerk Bowman has received definite assurance from SuperlnteiKl- ent EHckson, or Ww C, P. R., that work will bo comiiionc-cd on the Jiew yard Mr. Ericksoji says company's engineers have instructed to call for tomlers for grading once. The work of UK freig4it ami rouixl Jiouse is to -immediately, too. FOIIREATHS TIKEOTIEt HOMES tafcc tf Nn Mrs. hd- mtf Md Miss feid. George Beverle Real EftUU, I can soil your land no-mall where located. Special represent] National Co-operative Realty C hicago AUCTIONEER Fann and Stock Salts rf utd C. I. Nacfciy BIG BARGAINS IN STOVES IS "Souvenir" Stoves sroing at cost. Our stock of Stoves IB 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 last- ing qualities. At these prices they make a bargain you cannot afford to miss: Souvenir Cook, was now.........___.. 00 Souvenir Coot, was" 00 v Souvenir Cook, was now.............. 00 Come in and see won't cost you a Re- member there are only 18. Small stoves from to' THE CENTRAL HARDWARE G. L. VROOMAN STORE who had jilted fhen, and girls waltz- with young whom vhoy had and third son ol Senator The Best In Southern Alberta Is to be found in the HERALD'S bad their eyes upon for some time. A r. 11. 30 the j ti rtgcs, M. Freeman, G. H. .Johnston, W. A. Buchanan and J. J. Squirrel began-their work. ItwaVnt an easy jo-b, for 'there were many costumes of beauty ;-a-nd orig- inality. Aiicr considerable deliisera- tion, the jury in its verdict as follows: Best dressed PHsoHla Roberts, as ''Harvest." Prize, a handsome clock, -gold plated over with a first-class movement. Iic-st dressed gentleman, DanlTeal- ey, as "Hig'hlander." Prize, mili- itary brushes, with 'sterling silver tacks. Most original Ous Keid- ig, AS "The Lcthbrklge Pri'io. a perfume set under. glass cov- er mounted on gokl platod stand. Most ordinal Case, as "Viking." Prize; cut jink stand with gokl plated top and for pens. 1 Rest comic costume, Ldl- lie Worts, as "Topsy." Prize, ster- ling silver manicure set. Best comic costume, JW. Barber, as "Tramp." Prize, to- [bacco jae'.w'iih silver top. Lady of -the couple with the -best i matched Annie -Reed, t as Lardy." Prize, a jpearl necklace. There were a lot of real 'good char- rxi Mrs. Hobt. Macfcay, of Mont re- 1. The ceremony was witnessed by L .crowded church, and tiki accom- paniments 'Ute simple service were marked >by good taste and phasing" fleet, the pink and while of tho especially nuking a >retty picture against the iol- Columns If you want to sell a Fann Town Lot Residence Business 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 Rent Forms for Rent Rooms for Rent Places to Board jactcrs that deserved prizes. j in character who handed in i their names'at the door were as 'lows: j LADIES. j Mrs. Davis, Red, Cross Nurse. Miss Taylor. Easter Lily. Miss Hopkins. English Lvlv. Mrs. Gus Noirtiif, Let-hbrKlje aid. U. Walker, Most Sensible Dressei Lady. Mrs: Clint McDonald, ..Flowsr GVrl Mrs. Dave. Frnser, .Easter.' Clnra E, Perry, Colored Li I lie Worts." Topsy. '_ Matrtl Roberts -and Lottie Lutz Two Sailor Oirls. 'Olive Davis, Flower Girl. Mrs. Tourrie, Dancing Girl. Lizzie Nivcn, Night. PriscHla; Harvest. Annie Reed, Mo-hammaden Miss A. TT. Leaves. Edith Lf Harding, The Rose of Ok England. Annie Gaskell, Scotch Girl. Mrs. Peasant G-irl. Violet Magitire, Japanese Lacly Miss Sit-k, Maple Leaf. Ellen Wiegard. Flower Girl. Miss Nile, Miss Canada. Anr.'ki F. Nivon, Spanish Girl. Etta Reed. Evergreen. Lena Neidhg, Queen of Hearts. Gertrude J. Tuff, Flower Girl. Miss Mecham, Gay Fellow. Mrs. M. White, Spanish Dancer. Eva Munn, School G-irl. Anrva E. Da vies, Canada. GENTLEMEN. C. Ward. Arkansas r. G. W. 11. Reed, Coon. Mr. Moon, Negro. Tommy Jack Smith, Clown. Harry P. Withers, First Mogul Emperor. Vf. D. Frcy, Carbuncle Elmo Frascr, Ky-Nj A. Niven, Reuben (Jlnc. R. Buck, Night. Neklig. C. U. Harding, French Choi. Press Houk, Farmer. Gus Neidig, Happy Hooligan. i F. Neidig, Clown. J. J. j NOTES. I The .call was beautifully ;by -the skillful handd of Gus Gus is artist at 'this work. j There was a numijer or ilators on the and around the When you lose anything the Herald will discover it for you. Wiffen you find anything the Herald will get you the owner. i Refreshments were served at mid- night. j Xwdham's orchestra supplied ttv I music. Mrs. Gus Neklig's costume was j mighty good ad. for'the Herald, am also an evidence of the of that lady. Her entire dress i was mode up of Herald newspapers I and AS six; dancod alwwt -t-he -hall the people could see for themselves that Cuclph Mercury: Miss Laura tli, third daughter of Lt.-Col. Ed- and [rs. Higinboiham, was married at t. Andrew's at four o'clock Jto Mr. eorgo Mackay, of 'the staff i the AlheHa 'HaHvvay awi Coal Co. SOLD HALF INTEREST. Moosaj Jaw, Apj-il Afberta Ijand Company, [is head ;office, iwrc, has disposed ol a half interest in Hs 1 awls'-in t'he vic- inity of Tabor, comprising some 000 acres, to an American kuxl con- cern for a sum in the of Tlio property spoken of -is 'tlie Cy. ranch, which was recently purchased by Moose Jaw capitalists. rWie The Voice. That Breathed O'er Ed-' w ,he has a. ease and a vo- Ihe tall, grawrful -brKle was cabulary, and he expresses himself in attired in while erafcroider- j a 9tyte while not -too as od silk oet over white satin, her veil.1 tive shoul4 conviction. IjeWvbrkige lost an oki fiaid esteom- ed resident yesterday by the sudden removal of Job ileod. He was suui- noned wiUiout a niouieuts expiring in his honus siiortly after coming from talking u-Uli his son at the City Bakery. Mr. Roed had not been in -Mie best of'-health for souve time, -but he was feeling as well as usuul ycstorilay. Mr. Heed has reskkxl in since und Iwul the highest respect of citiwns. He was a particularly 'well informed man, and -was an of fcnowlwlgc -subjects. 'was an aiKlont of Single Tax. .Mr.'Rood was born in jjhir'e, England, on 10th oi' No- vember, 1S-H. Whc-n a young man he settled in the Sovttheni SLa'tes and taught school -in Mississippi und Texas. He camt! to Canada in 1882 and I oca tod in Loixlou, Oitt. In 1833 he came west and settled u Hat, settling in Letbbrklge years later. Last year he paid a visit to England. The decease-d a of tlit Manchester Unity Independent Order of OAdfellows, -ami an honorary mem- ber of 'the Ancient Order of Forest- ers. Mr. Reed was Justice of th Edmonton Ilullc-tin: Mr. W. C.i Simmons, UHJ newly elected for Lothbridge, was introduced in the House Friday by Premier. Ruth- erford and J. Woolf, M. P. P.. of Cawtoton. Mr. Simmons' first speech G. W. H., Aiinit in the House demonstrated that the survive. was only a few ago -t-ha farm of Rev the irrigra-tion r i j Legislature 4md added un-to it .an- other 'member who is quite capable Peace and a 'member of -live Church of Englaaid. ili.s and a family of seven children, Riohaid W., Henry, Mrs. O Mr Reed.-purohascd of expressing himself. Mr. Sinunons Q j c White on C-n. outlined with seed pearls :aught with orange blossoms. peas and lily of the valley, with streamers of :the same, made up the shower bouquet she carried. It was great pleasure to the family awd the guests that the Colonel was to be in tendance, though he dele- gated to his eldest son, Capt. W. A. the customary duty of the head of the house ol escorting the. bride to the altar. 'TThe biSdes- maMs. Miss C Cutten, of Ouelph, and Miss Cairme Mkckay, of Montreal, "sister, of the groom, were pale pink crepe de with vakncieinnes lace over -pink taffeta with pink and hati to and carried large, hunches of pink tulips tiied with pile pink ribbon. The grooms- man was Mr. Angus'. R. ot Montreal, brotbar of the groom. T'he service read Bcv. Dr. Eakin. of Toronto the pas- tor of S-t. Andrew's, attd Rev. Torrance offered prayer. "During the ceremony and white the register was being" signed. Miss Smilh, arxl Mr. Thain, violin. softly first speech .on. the universky was a crc'ilytable effort'. TRTNCIC BUYS' LAXD. bill Winnipeg. April Although the Canadian Pacific Land officials -Mrs. Ilulnvr, wife of J, R. llul engineer on t-he A. It. I. Co died afLer a 'brief illness on Sunda, night. She was 25 years ami months oH. The funeral took plac on Tuesday, and t Jtev.'.Chas. McKillop The pal bearers were Messrs. GiUespie, Staf- ford. McDonald, Morril, Francis aad fess ignorance of 'the purchase, Prince Arthur of Connaugtht pro- Chard. yet tract of land near Battlefond Moran died at the Hospital on Sun- a from the company, found what will English colonists. and will thero tiay morninig-.. She was about forty kown as the years of age and leaves to mourn exclusively for Edmonton. April P. Burns, who came up from Calgary on last night's train, and is staying at the Alberta, went before fcbe agricultur- al committee this morning and gave his of the beef question 'H nelly stated, Mr. Burns contetmdod thero was no monopoly in tlw> beef busi- ness. that all others had the sama chance as his company to engage m her loss her -husba-nd, -who has employed at Frank, a son Fred, of Frank, a dau-giiter ol the local postoflice st-aff, as well as several children. funeral service was conducted by Rev. J. E. son is lor, beef business, no agreement and that there whatever as to iho the division of 'the territory by cattle buyers. The 'dentsits' bill was considered by committee on legal bills and laid over for further consideration at a ia-ter date. There seems to Angel's party was ushered out of tfhe churoh with the bright" strains o-f Menttels- sohn'.s Wedding March. A reception was afterwards held at the residence of the bride's parents, Itivervicw. The drawing rooms were growing the part of frdorned with reHcved -with several of the inora-bers to thr-r.v ov- riaffodiis and marguerites, yellow be- er the professional bills ftltogOLrier in-g -the color. Mr. and [at this session, and bring in a :rov- Mackay stood 'before massed crnmeiit measure at the next palms, while the yellow and brass covering the whole case. Tlie dtu> of the can.'lelabra, reflected from the tors, lawyers, mirror, gave a haiidsome effect. The j and veterinarians aro ail Jipplying- numerous beautiful gifts which were for bills, ami the main assembled in rear of t-he room were admired. The dec- orative scheme of. dining room w-as pink and "'white. Refreshments were served from t-he ciimng table, the central ornametit of which was a silver bowl of lilies. Four elaborate silver candelabra, set off the corners, -by eight vas- es of pink sweet, peas. The centre piece above .was festooned with [establish white ribbons, and doves suspended. A range of silver candel- abra on the sideboard added their sherc to the flood of light and Uancy. The music of an orchetitra also contributed to the pleasure of the house gathering. Mr. and Mrs. Jfackay tcit on the evening triiin west for a days' trip to American cities, which they will return to Gudph foe a few days prior to leaving lor west, where the -brxle will be by no a slranfcr in her new home. Mrs. MacVay's tmwllmg dress waa a t4Ml- every case is to establish f r.vici'ls which will have control, us ii.oy do in other provinces, of ihe icr.fospion. in some cases -asking -.he to charge an admission 1 j ,t hoir. councils, an-d m others the right to set 'the examination. SVong opposition in developing to these lerms, and many of. the contend that the government should an examining board in or-mado costume navy -Woe brood- clot-h, with a navy -blue hat. Amoitg tho guests from wttsMe were Senator and Mrs. Mackay, Mr. an3 Mrs. Kobt. Lorinf, Mr. and 5irs. Hugh Mackay, Mr. BJ. Mackay, Montreal; Mrs. W. Mr. o. N. Miss Mor- rison, iliss Ilrginbothain, Toronto; Mrs. W. B. Caaweil, Brantford; Dr. Janves Wallace, M-iss Montreal. the ITeralr! tip to date. Tt was always -to be found wherever people connection with proposed uni- versity at ontc and require all pro- fessional HKTI, except -those alrcady admittfd to practice, to pass the set by the government, after n hi ch they should be allowed to practice, irrespective of whether they belonged to any association or not, TURKEY RED SEED WJrEAT. I have 4.000 -bushels extra fine Turkey seed wheat for sale at my granary Cardston. This wheat has been graded Xo. 1 North- ern by the Government inspector at Calgary, is perfectly pure and clean, kernels large and full, and of best quality.- Have raised 60 busk- eis per acre of this varierly on my own premises. ulars, ston, For price and partic- L. II. Jelliff, Card- or leave orders for seed with C. W. Gray. Hardware, Subscribe to the Herald and in touch with what is going on in the workl. Chamberlain's prthoi'vd. Mrs. Ncfciig carrw-1 a with the words, ejwmberlftwTs Salve is good Herald is the Brightest and of It allays Paper in SxwUwm .the itchiBg and burninf in. this was certainly not sUntiy. For sale hy all dnifyists. PABER .ALBERTA Raspberry Strawberf; Plants for Safe Hy Fairfiisld JJros, itiliroo miles southeast of town. Tlie raspborYi be SC-L out immediately. Price, -luuidivxl; 80 coiits dozen, e sl'raworries will be ready transplant the first woek in May. Price per 35 cenls i; dozen. Orders filled in order they ro received till the ply is '.exhausted'. sup- NOTICE is hereby given that in connection with all applications for the acquirement of under thu Northwest Irrigation Act, tliere will in'future required, in to any survey.a-hat may be made by the applicant, .a .preliminary survcy and. location by t-he SuperinteiKlent Irrigation 'before authoriza- tion'igr- -the construction of the works is issued, ami -before such sur- vey is made, ihe will ha required to deposit with the Super- intendent of irrigation an necessary io cover the cost thereof. W. W. CORY. _ Deputy Minister. Department of the Interior. Vftcr a long illness, Mrs. 'Austin m, the" pall-bearers -being'AH.' Dav- good contiition. For sale at a W. Reed, J. J. Cown, W. J. Tay- to Box 307; Viner and Geo. Shirley. death .took place at the hos- pital of Hiss Louisa Held, a youn-g lady who had spent a good many yenrs Convent here, bivt who }Hid latterly been visiting -at Coutts. ------o------ NOT1C13. The Liquor License Ordinance, Prov- ince of Alberta. Applications have been made by UKJ following for -the.'renewal, of their licenses for the year 1906-1907: C. J. Eckstrom ifc Co., hotel license in respect of the Dai-las'Hotel situ- ate on lots 12 ami J.-l, block 31, Frederick Rooney. hotel license, in respect of the Arlington Hotel, siV uate on lots 1 and. 2. block 5, Leth- bridgc. II, E. Miebach, hotel license in re- spect of the Windsor Hotel, siUiatc on 10 and 11, block 6, Leth- brklffe. Henderson A: Downer, hotel license in respect of the Coaldale Hotel, Mtuate on lots 1 -and_ 2, block 32, Leihbridge. licc-nsc in re- spect of the llalmo-ral Hotel, on lots and 31, 32, Leth- bridge. Wm. Henderson, hotel Hcenw in re- spect of the Hotel Leihforidge, situ- ate on lots.20. 2i and 22, block 19. Leth bridge. M. E. Roy Co., wholewak: license in respect, of -the premises situate on lot 1, block 32, Leihbridge. Gco. rinuk Jt Co., wholesale lic- ense in respccl of The premises situ- ate on lot 16, block 7, Lethbridye. Hudson's Bay Co.. wholesale lic- ense in respect of the premises situ- nto on lot 21; block 7. Carroll DoyVc, hotel in of the Tabor Hotel, situate on oue-qu.irier section 32. township 9, range 16. west, ot" the -1th merid- ian. Tabor. Alberta. These applications will bo consid- ered by "-UK; Board of License for Tvicense DistrJci No. 6, at a meeting to Ixi held nt Lcth- on Tliursday, May 17, at 10 o'clock a. in: nt Bdinonrton the 1-lth day of April. 1006. S. B. Woods, ifty Attorney-General. In Torowto ATK! biK-Winy cir- cles a statement gained cotvskter- cSi-cuIatfion to the effect that jor carpenters, plumbers, painters laborers have dechJed to launch general strike next month without warning to employers. AU have applio.1 for increased pay. When you have anything to.Sell or Buy, here ia tho place to let the people know FOR SALE. A Cypress'- incubator, 120 ogg ca- pacity, an out-door incubator, in bar- 2t LOST.' A black cocker spaniel answering to name of "Vic." Any party hokl; ing him will be for- mation loading to the recovory will be suj-tably rewarded at City Uiik- cry. FOR SALE. For sale, a fu-e-roomei! cottage on two lots; cheap for cash; more lots if required. -T. F. CLAYSHER. A LOAN WANTED ON FARM. Wanted, development capital, on improved farm, worth two thousand dollars, at present land values, hav- ing .private irrigation sources, ground, and a of coal under- ground: situated'right in the centre of the country, taken over by thn iaivl company from N. E. Dakota; persons socking a good invontment. here is your chance; ten per cent, per annum interest is offered, aecur- by an indisputable transfcrabk' mortgage bond'on above farm. Per- sons interested will please state amount ihcy are willing to loan, al- so length of time to run, to D. O. The Tlerald, T.ethbridgc. TENDERS. Tenders will be received by the un- up to 6 p.m. on May 10th'; for the cleaning of Stafford Village. P. JONES, Overseer. FOR SALE. A small cpjanlHy of several vari- eties of seed to D J. Furnished room lo Centrally located to-Mrs. F. A. Wal- lace. WANTED. an brick burn- er; wages 35 cents per hour. Apply to ihe ...untlcrsigwrf. strtti-ng experi- ence .'-The IjPtihbrnJgo Brick Co., It is proposed to erect, a Y. 51. C. A., building in Edmonton. A ;