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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta wm Builders City or Country Ideal Alfalfa Farm, fenced and buildings, n snap at.....$11.00 j� * \ Good Wheat Lands, as yet, only........................$8.00 ' , 640 acred, mostly cultivated, 200 acres in wheat, good build- * ings, close to town, on Macleod-Calgary line, worth 125,-!� 000, can be had for.. ^..................$10,000, good terms � Ranches, Irrigated Lauds, Coal Lands, Timber Limits. ANYTHING ANYWHERE EAGLE'S BALL WILL GET OUR CHARTER* AS A CITY. Big Crowd had a Jolly Time. Lethbridge will be created n city beyond a doutT, Town Clerk � .vmnn has received a letter from SolL-ltor Conybenre, who Is* nt Edmonton, in which ho says: "Everything Is going well. Tho C P. R. TO START WORK VERY SOON. INVESTORS work will be commenced on the now We ran direct yon to a the City of Lcthbridge f�>w (Inod Uuvs in O.S.KNISELY Agent North A morionn Land Co. BALMORAL HOTEL . LETHBR1DOE BIO BARGAINS IN STOVES 18 "Souvenir" Stoves coing nt 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 qualities. At these prices they make a bargain you cannot afford to miss: Souvenir Cook, was $45,00, now...............$35 00 Souvenir Cook, was $43.00. now...............$34 00 Souvenir Cook, was $45.00. 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 td $17.00. THE CENTRAL HARDWARE STORE O. L. VROOMAN SOME OF THOSE IN COSTUME Seven Persons Awarded Hand* seme Mies. I The Ragle's ball Tuesday night I was n bigger success than ever. There iwns more fun to *hc minute than Town Clerk Bowman has received jcoukl have �>een had a* a circus or a definite assurance from Superintend !minstrel show. Clowns tumbled C|A EptekBoni o( Uw c, P. U , xhM | about the lloor, negroes mado grimaces, knights ot centuries long past ! walked about hearing their burden\>**r* Immediately. �f nrnu*>. ltvdian chiefs with all Uw 'paint amt feathers Imaginable mov-� f^-sfctAEIa to* mwi n� ed stealthily around, and little sail-1 WCUUCll AI tlUELrll lor girls in winsome costumes, had 'many admirers. Then there were. representatives of Canada, the Maple j Mintage tf NHSS tH|llll0thain jl.ieaf, night, and so on. ami It Is 'easily understood that the asserol>-lage was cosmopolitan, because rich man, beggar man, thief mlng- Ouelph Mercury: Miss Laura Ed led together. AU were masked, and ith, third daughter of Lt.-Col. and who's who?" was the prevailing Mrs. Hlglttbothnm. was married at query during the dunces. It's even at. Andrew's at four o'clock to Mr. .feared some fellows danced with glrln (u-orge Racist Mackny, of the start I who had Jilted tlien, and girls wait*- 0f the Alberta Hallway awl Coal Co. 'ed with young men whom they had 1/Abridge, and third son ot Senator I basl their eyes upon for some time. municipal committee rcpor-Uwl tlio bill today without amendment, so we may bo assured that we shall be mado a oily Mils session." Mr. Conybenre remarked that Mr. Simmons was doing his utmost to get the 4>U1 through. Mr. Erickson says the company's engineers have 'been instructed to vail for lenders for grading at once. The work ot building tlw freight shodn ntxt round house in eX|>ectod to be taken'up Immediately, too. FOUR DEATHS Job Reed Dropped Dead at HisJIome THREE OTHER HOMES BEREAVED Demise tf Mrs. Moran, Mrs. Ful* mer and Miss Raid. George Beverle Real Estate, Renting, Loans, jn surance and Investments I can sell your land no matte where located. Special represent ative, National Co-operative Renlt Co. C hicngo AUCTIONEER Cries-Merchandise, Farm and Stock Saks ALBERTA and C. I. Mackay. SOLD HALF INTEREST. Moos*! daw, April 2:1.-The Tatxir Alberta Irfmcl Company, with its liooid office liere, has disposed ol a half interest In Ms lands in the vie-InHy of Taiior, comprising some 10,- 000 acres, to nn American land con cern for n sum In the neighborhood 01 * 100,000. Raspberry -ANl�- Mr. Simmons at Edmoiton. CM The property spoken of Is t>ho Cy ranch, which was recently purchased by Moose .Taw capitalists. The deal ond Mrs. Hobt. Mackay, of Montre-1 C0VCKx| 38,000 acres, and as will be At 11 .MO the Judges. M Freeman. |.|. .Nw corcmony was witnessed by ^ nn AnuM.|cnn concern has tak _ .rowded church, ami the accom- cn and J.J. Somrrel began tlielr work, payments ot the simple service wero It wns'nt an easy Joh. for there were marked hy good taste and pleasing imany costumes of beauty and ortg- effect, the pink and white of tho inality. After considerable delKicra- bridal group especially making a tion, tho Jury hnmled in its verdtct pretty picture against the tanking as follows: of palms and ferns, which formed MeM dressed lady-Miss PrlscHln tho background. While the guests ! Roberts, as "'Harvest." Prite, a wero assembling, Miss Smith played the House Friday by Premier Ruth-|handsome clock, gold plated over the bridal chorus from tx>hcngrm. (,.for;>loii of Hlngle Tax. must be Met (,ut iminodiatoly. Prlco. Mr. Heel was Iwrn in Somerset- $5 |kt huiKlittl; 80 cents |ier dozen, shire, England, on -tlw I'Jth of No- 'Wie slrnwtierrics will bo ready t,> vemher, IRVt. \V4wn a young man transplant the ilrst week In May. he nettled In the Southern States Price 82 per hundred; .'Jfl eenls |k.r and taught school in Mississippi and dozen. Orders will be filled 1n the Texas. He came to Canada in 1BH2 order they mo receivexl till tho sup. and located In London. Ont. In ply is exhausted, west awl settlexl In Strawberr Plants for Sale Uy Fairfield llros, t4�ieo nriles southeast of town. Tlw rnspherrioR Bdmonton Itullotin: Mr. W. Simmons, the newly elected member for Lethb ridge, was Introduced in IBBrt he came ______ ______ Medicine Hat, settling In 1/Ottfhrtdge three years later, l^st year he paid n visit to F.nglnnd. The �deceased �>ns a member of the Manchester I'nHy Independent Order of Oddfellows, and nn honorary mem-tier of 'the Ancient Order of Foresters. Mr. Heed was Justice of the 'Peace ami a meinlK-r of tile Church of Knglmid. His wife and a family of seven chiWren. Richard NV.. Henry, Mrs. 0. II. Watson. Job. U. W. II., Annie and IClla. survive. IRRIGATION REGIUTIONS XOTICK is hpi-etiy given that in ooniH-ction villi all applications for the acquirement of rlg4�ts under th>' Northwest Irrigation Act, there wi in future U' required, in ar. Norman Wallace. Alma; and' .cL- nu>m\,r .i, nlll,. enable U. �> \ .  ,i n�v nt>d ,oCftUcm ,>y lht S"l>orli�t�>dent 1 \rthiir lllrtnbeAhani New Vork and "lml*r > (,U"* cop*,'w Mr. Rood purehamvl Hie farm of Rev. (J. i,.,.,^,,^, flny nnUwrlw- \rthur lllsMbotlwin. Ne� \ork and ^ CXI,rM,lng hlnvwlf. Mr. wwmon8 a. v ttnHe on the Irrigation ^ .he coi�lruetion of the Most oriplml lady-Mrs. OusNcld- �  processional. U tho prlceloM -,fl of tt voice, ^iici, tion U,r .lie coiwiruei on oiim , , ' ,. .., ftt "'oatnea oer m- j.0 nas tt tlmge ease ami a wkle vo-1 Prise, a perfume set under glass cov- l'n " *l>hc g�"���ful tirkks was cabulary, and he expresses himself in cr mounted on gokl plated stand. fHtlngly attired Id wh+te embroider-! m ��tyU> which, while not too assei- cd silk net over white saWn, her veil 1 t|\e should carry conviction. Ills first speech on the university Mil was a ctodKable effort. and Most original gent Ionian-Howard _ Case, as -V.kingT Prl,c. cut g4a.s ^j*T?* with s�d pearl. ink stand with gold plated top and *Wih,?*l,f b^n^ Sw^ . peas and Illy ol tfte valley, with horn for pens. , , ' _ . streamers of the same, made up the Rest comic costume. lady-Miss HI- ^oyftr bouqu^ she carried, u was lie Werts. as -Topsy." Pri�e. stcr- pleasure to the family and the guests that the Colonel was able to be in attendance, though he dele- ting silver manicure set. llest comic costume, gentleman- W. Barber, as "Tramp." l�rl*e. to-tjacm Jae.wrth silwr top. Ij&Ay of the couple with tlie best gated to his eldest son, Capt. W. A. lUglnboiham, the customary duty of the head of the house o4 escort ins; matched costumes^Miss Annie Reed. ^ M&t tQ tht The bp(dcv ns "Mohamtnaden Lardy." Prize, a pearl necklace. maids, Miss Constance CuWen, of Ouelph, and Miss Calrtno Mackay, ot There uvre � lot of real good char- Montpeal( o| (he g,^. were If you want to sell a Farm 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 Farms for Rent Rooms for Rent Places to Board nclers that deserved prizes. Phiw.-> in churaeter who handed In their riAtii"* at the d.�or were as follows LADIES. Mrs Davis. Red Cross Nurse. Miss Taylor. ICaflter Lily MiHopkins. Knglttth Mrs tins Neidlg. IrtbU,, I �e I . r-nld II. Walker. Most Si-n.sit.l.' Pressed l^a\v t ! Mrs. Dave Frnser. Foster, t (Mara K. Perry, Ci>\x| (!,;. ! Lillie Werts. TopN.v. | Maud Huberts and Lottie Lit/. Two Sailor Olrls. j Olive Davis. Flower ISirl. Mrs. ,1ns Toiirrle, Duncing tlirl Lizzie Nivcu, Night. I'riwilla Itolx'rtR, Harv.*t Aniwe IUshI, Mohammorden Lal.v Miss A. II. Niven. Muple Ijeav-�s. F^lith Lf Hauling. The Rose of Old ICngland. Annie tlakkvtl. Scotch Cirl Mrs. Dixon. Peasant C.irl \iolet Magnire, .lapuiH's.' I..�.!� Miss Suk, Maple Ix>af. i Ellen Wiegard. Flower (itii Miss Nile, Miss Canada. Annie F. Nivon, Spanish Clirl. | Etta Reed. Evergreen, j Lena Neidlg, Queen of Hearts Oertrude J. Tuff. Flower Uirl. Miss Meohain. Gay Fellow. Mrs. M. W4iHe, Spanish Dancer Eva Munn. School chi. Anna \: Duvles. Canada. GENTLEMEN. C Ward, Arkansas Tri *H r O. W. II. Rvf Toronto I'nlversKy, the late pas-or of Si. Andrew's, and Rev. "Dr. Torrance offered prayer. During the ereniimy and while the register was x'lug tdgnod. Miss Smith, organ, and Mr Thain, violin, pls>xxl softly The Angel's Serenavh'." and the .�it g. #r'.,. The wull k&& lieautifully decu.-uied by the skillful hands of Gus Neidig Gus is an artist at this work. There was a large number of ti>cc-� tators on the stage and around the hall. � Hi ^__ . ._. . �__ ii  Al Refreehmwitft wero served at mid- When you lose anything the.-M ; KetKtham's orchestra supplied the Herald will discover it for you. ' Mrt>. Gus Neidig's costume was a ^ j mighty good ad. for'the Herald, and "Vtf#k*% nnni^Uiv�A> iLa ftlso evidence of t4ie owglnal pn you Tina anything the>y of mat ��dy. ikr **w* jwas made up of Herald newspapers Herald will get you the owner. ; people could see for themselves that PRINCE BUYS LAND. party was ushered out of the church cattle buyers. Winnipeg. April 25.-Although the Canadian Pacific Land officials profess Ignorance of the purchase, yet Prince Arthur ot Connaught tniugltt n large tract of land near Dattteford from the company, and will there found what will be kowa as the "Gaterla Colony." exclusively for English colonists. -o- Pat Burns Says No Evlmonlon, April 24.-P. llurno. who came up from Calgary on last night's tra4n, and Is staying at the Alberta, went before the agricultural committee this morning and gave his skle of the M question, lirielly sta-tivl, Mr. Rum* contenndevl thero was mi iiionojKily in the beef business, that all other* had the snino chance as his com|>any to engage in tho beef business, and that ther was no agreement whatever as to the division of the territory by the vey In mode, the f.fipllcunt will ho Mrs. llulmer. wile of J. R. Hul- lw,ulrcd lo Mmnit With tho Sup.-r-mer. engineer on the A. R. A I. Co., ,rtomlont (l( irrigation an nmoti:.i died aHer a brief Illness cm Sunday ^^rv 10 COVCP the cost there.; ntght. She was 25 years nml 4 H. w CORY months oil The funeral took place Deputy Minister on Tue�.day. and was conducted by i*partiiient ot u.e Interior I lev Chas. McKillop. The pallbearers were Messrs. Gillespie, Stafford. McDonald, Morril. Francis and, Chard. After a long illness. Mrs. Austin Moran died at the Hospital on Sunday morning. She was about forty years of age and leaves to mourn her loss her husband, who has been employed nt Frank, a son Fred, of | Frank, a daughter UHle, of the local postoillcc staff, as well as several small children The funeral service was conducted by Rev. J. E. Hugh-son, the pall-bearers being AH. Davis. W. Reed, J. J Cown. W. J. Taylor. .1 Viner and Geo Shirley The death JUxik place at the hospital of Miss Louisa Held, a young lady who had spent a good many years at the Convent here, but who Imd laMerty been visiting tit Coutts. The Hcrakf s Market When you have anything to Sell or Buy, here is tho place to lot the people know FOR SALE A Cypiers incubator. 120 egg capacity, an out-door incubator, in good condition. For sale at a bargain -Apply to Box 307, 2i with ttve bright strains of Mendcls sohn's Wedding March. A recept ion was afterwards held at The dentsits' bill was considered by the committee on legal bills and laid ovor for further consideration at a tho residence of the brldo's parents, Jlnitcr date. There seems to ne a ItivervJew. The drawing rooms were'growing inclination on the port of adorned with palms, reHevcd with 'several of the members to throw nv-daffodils and marguerites, yellow bo- er the profc&Rionnl 4�ills nltoguiwr ing the dominating color. Mr. and at this session, and bring In a 4:i palms, while the yellow and brass 'covering tho whole co*�. The di� NOTICE. The Liquor License Ordiuanre. Province of Alberta. LOST. A black rocker spaniel answering to name of "Vie." Any party holding him will l�e prosecuted. Ii formation Ktiding to tho recover}' will be suitably rewnnlwl nt City Vi.k-ery FOR SALE. Applications hove been mado !�> por sale, a five-roomed cottage on tho following for tlio renewal of two lots; cheap for cash; more lots their license* for the year jOOtt-1907: if required. >f the candelabra, reflected from the mirror, gave a handsome effect. The numerous beautiful gifts which were assembled In rear of tho drawing-room wero much adndred. Tho dec-uratlve he heme of the dining room was pink nw| white. Refreshments; were served from the dining table, the central ornament of which was a silver bowl of Easter lilies. Pour elaborato silver candelabra set off tlie corners, suppor'.-'O toy eight vases of pink sweet peas. The centre piece above was festooned with white ribbons^ and had white doves swjpended. A range of silver candelabra on the sirietward added their share to tho flood of light and fcril-Uancy. The music of an orchestra also contributed to tlie pleasure of the house gathering. Mr. and Mrs. Mackay loft on tho evening tram west for a ten days' trip to Americas erties, alter which they will return to Ouelph for a few days prior to leaving lor the west, where the fertde will Us by no means a stranger in her now home. Mrs. Mackay's travelling dress was a tail-tr-made costume of navy htue broadcloth, with a navy hlue hat. Among tho guests from outside were Senator and Mrs. Mackay. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Loring. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mackay, Mr. Bd. Mackay, Montreal; Mrs. W. Hi*inbothain, Mr. G. N. Hlginbotham, Miss Morrison, Miss Ilbjfinbothain, Toronto; Mrs. W. II. Cos welt, Brantford; Dr. James Wallace, Alma: Miss Duptist, Montreal. tlw Herald was up to date. It was always to he found wherever peoplo gathered. Mrs. Neidlg carried a fan with tlw words, '�'The Lethbridge Herald is the Brightest and Dost Paper in Southern Albert*," and this was certainly not exaggerated. tors, lawyers, dentists, dr UK.*'-" and veterinarians ur>> n 1 ;>.pptytng for bills, and the main j� n: os.� in every case is lo iwtuo'.iwii if.iirils which will have control, ns iiey do in other provinces, of .he p .-.f.sisioii. in sonic cases asking ;.ic t^-h'. lo charge an admission (m ; > ilu-ir councils, and m others nski. j; the right to set t'l�e examinUi) i. Sl'ong opposition is developing to these terms, aifd many of the wemJjorH contend that tho government shouM establish an examining hoard in connection with the proposed university at once and require all professional men, except thoso already admitted to practice, to pass the examination set by the government, after which they should tct of the Windsor Hotel, situate a"""*'. �"� � *"*'� �' poal ��>*� on lots l�. 10 and 11. Ulnek 6, Leth- VT**: situated right In the centre bridge ot co"ntr.V, taken over by the ' Henderson A Downer, hotel llceww !on'J to"�P��y from N. R. Dakota: in respect ot the Coaldale Hotel. t*r*o** "eking a gooil Investmen.. srttwto on lots 1 and 2. block 32. h0~ �� *"� >*r ^t. I^ttibrklge. !�� annum Interest is offered, secur- Wm. Henderson, hotel license in re- wl ��y an indictable transferable spect of the llalmoral Hotel, situate mortgage bond on above form, rerun lots U0 and 8t. Week 82. Letti- 8on" i�"restod will please state amount thejr are witling to loan, also length of time to run, to D. O D . The Herald, lcthbridge. TENDERS. TeniUTA will lie received by tho undersigned up to a p.m. on May 10th for the cleaning of Stafford Village. P. JONES, Overseer. FOR SAU-: bridge. Wm. Henderson, hotel license In respect of the Hotel liethbrhlge, situate on lots 20, 21 and 22, block 18. Lethbridge. M. E. Roy &. Co., wholesale license in respect of the premises situate on lot 1, block .12, Lethbridge. Goo. Houk ti Co.. wholesale He-enso In respect of the premises situate on lot 111. block 7, Lethbridge. Hudson's Hay Co, wholesale license in respect of the premises situate on lot 21, block 7, Lethbridge. Carroll A. Doyle, hotel license in A fl|na, cplttntMv.of several varl-respi-ct of the Tabor Hotel, situate etks8 0, Btw| |i0ttt� 'iliursday. May 17, at 10 laco. o'clock a. in. Dated at Edmonton the 14th day | of April. 10011. S. D. Woods. Deputy Attorney-General. , Wftntod wwpw|(Md brjck ,)Urn_ WANTED. Subscribe to the Herald and keep in touch with what is going on in the work). Chamberlain's Baiv� i> ,nAii |or'c�rpontors, plumliers, painters and Ohamueriams Halve is good wr ,aU0PO,.a havJ t0 launch a any disease of the skin. It allays general strike next month without the itching and burning sensation in- giving warning to their employers stsntiy. For sale hy all druggists S^gSSSgT^-er; wages .16 cents per hour. Apply In Toronto labor owl building cir- to undersigned, startling oxperi- clcs a statement has gained consider- ence.-The Jjethbridgo Brick & Trio nblo circulation to t4io effect that cotta Co., Ltd. It 1h proposed to ei�ct a $75,000 Alt liavo appllod for increased pay. ly. M. 0. At building in Edmcmton^ ;