Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
Have just received several more large shipments of- Including 350 boxes California Evaporated Fruits, 250 cases Evaporated Apples, 100 cases Red Feather Tomatoes, 60 cases New Pack Salmon, Valencia, Seeded and Table Raisins, Currants, Peels, Shelled Almonds and Walnuts, Figs, Christie Brown & Co.'s Biscuits and Confectionery, including Macaroons, Ginger Wafers, etc., Oka, Stilton, Rocquefort, Imperial and Ontario Cheese, Peanut Butter, Ontario Apples, etc. SPECIRL 365 cases AlvinstonCorn, at $2.50 per case. $2.40 in 5-cese lots, new pack, excellent quality. 45 sets English Toilet Ware, printed and gilt, from $2.50 to $18 per set. New designs and excellent values. Boots and Shoes, Clothing. Gents1 Furnishings. Ladies' Wear, Dry Goods, Carpets. Linoleums. Etc Inspection invited. Letter orders receive careful attention. Prompt delivery. Wholesale and Retail. Telephone 33, Lethbridge, Alta. GOSSIP OF j& GROWING TABER FROM TUB HEIIAl.b's ItUiU.Alt llCroilTKU Clcftn Bill of Health. PRAISED MR. KING On Thursday wooing last a public ;gliMi Church circles. mooting ol the ratepayers of the w lingo wan hold**in the Minor's l.'n-.on Hull to discuss ill' dvssllou of incorporation. Overseer W.llimn IVobcrt occupied the chair nnd briefly outlined the objects of the w&A ins nnd tv general dlsCIISften Cnsiiod. (lishop 11. A. Van Orinanfiroposod thut tho ui.vling favored incorporation and thut n committee should Im formed to go 'into tho matter, find out tho legal position of the town and the ways and means of securing incorporation. ,1. .1. Walton seconded the mot on, which w.-u> carried *1>> a large nutjor-ity. Messrs. VanOrninn. Qulx-ll nnd Wilcox were elected ,us tho conumlleo to luvi'Siigatu. The meeting then adjourned. On Monday evening a social whs held in tho 'Presbyterian Church to celebrate tho Brut Anniversary ol it* opening in Tatar. A largo gat taring was present and spei.t a very enjoy -able evening. A small programme of music was rendered consisting ot songs by Maesr/J. Vealo nnd"tw. West-lake, Headings by Nov. .1. It. Mutiro, Piano solos and organ solos by Mr. Coombs and'a quartette by Messrs. Stnnderwick, Combs, Vealo nnd Dr. lAttg. Orumophono selections wore also giveu during tho evening by Mr. Westlake. A good lunch was afterwards provided by tho ladies, and the pro -ceoding� wound up with the sing.ng ol Ood Save the King. Mr. O. .1. Aiiiunon of Clarefdiolm was iu town lor ,i few hours on Tuesday. Ho Hi inks Tatar has grown l>i Cnmptall piw iitxl t�v n),-,l.o;il lieu.tit oillccr's i'.>|nirt to I he city counc.l on Monday night. The city was congratulate*! on w clean bill of health. 1; ua.s suggested that t-I.-ps lie taken to enforce � vigorous ^eaveiiKing system. The ll.-cessity of ,i suitable isolation honpital was til-kii urged. The number of infectious diseases during tin- year were im fol-lows: J)i|>hth.-rin 2, scarlet fever I. ir On Thursday evening lust an op.�) ' iiwoJng was luld in the l*abor Tvm- j pie, when nddn-Mc* were given by j iMi'gutes from the different unions, j A good si/.esi audience wns present : and evir -nils in his nttitiKle toward th* ni"u, and at saitv* time Just and dis � criminating ir. his appreciation oi the issues ut stake. The t.'nlon officers harienccs. Hut Mr. King hnn Mon'ln.v night ,,nly disarmod those suspicions, but I he had presented evidence that place | typhoid lever lt>; eight of which were 1 . . ] wonderfully Rim*. Ills hist visit h re irom ,,thi,|(. p0,,ts. TuU-rculosis, "!'a " '.>. .t\\ being from ouih.iI'. Thaiv was .,).. d.-,iU> lioiu typhoid und tlmv from tuberculosis. They Skid Goodbye. in the spring. Il� in inierostol the llolianoa Coal property. Mr. .1. Carroll has purchasisi a One. cutter, n��l h.is \*> n enjoying onto good*Nh>ighing. MIhm N'obie, of Clare'holm, has ae-eepttNl u iKisition on tho staff of the Uouglus Co. .Sing l>v will o)nmi a Chinese laun- when goodbyes were wild by fh.' dry in tho *>�iilil.ng �ituuto Ivtwivn j mayor �md Hie t-.tiring aldermen, tho drug stotv and Mr lloM.>� pool j Very complimor.tary tvmarks were room. 'made aoout Major llogcr's services I was one in which ihe 1'oion had felt Mr Amltvw lloggai. is start ng to j to the city and u tr.bule paid to H-is Hint Mr King Jwid given them nhard j bniUl his store on Hough Sireouvlicit untlorm couiteK.v und kindno�i to the |denl. Hut explanation*, hiwl ln�oii he">vill o|vn up business- j meiirl)ers of the council. In reply the! made which gave renKoft to believe Mr. Thomas I'owoll will build i\ j Mayor had Borne kind thing* to say (that hs had done, the �artieH concern�xt im- his prevtoiiH action in a far more : favorable light. Tho Xatiaimo cauf at onre. ting atU'ntioii to the ulTuirs of iho Messrs bepew'and Vwile have star- Icily. Ilealo took omutlon to throw UhI on thoir contract to fculbl Mr. 'some doftorvod bouquets at the e>ity Charlton Nixon's new residence. ' oflictalfi Kveryono of tliem gave Mr. Saga'h new .Stationery Stoni 1 faithful Kervlco and ho questioned U'Jnien hed Uvn tta most intractab) is nnwbpon. und ho is carrying good lint> of goods. d.r tho circumstance*. IWoronco wha ! also mude in tho course of the even- . ing to the stateinout of 1'remier i Scott that the Company nnd not the | ' 'e I ICXDJCHSnV IS FRKK It. Bndersby apinwrKl taforo Judge Stuart on Saturday last on tho charge of ntoaling a horse from Steve IlackUH. lie wus ooley. "Auld I^ang Syne" would have teen sui.g only there wore no voices to sing it except that iu the recent local dispute, and that j surli' a statement from wich a source would go far to answer such utitflr-nnces as had recently appeared io tho j Pinctar L'wk l-^ho and was heard from' the lips oi business men who ! seemed to think that any stubborn- ; Mr. F. It. Daviem paid a business visit to Medicine Hat on Friday last. Mr. hi. M. Stewart, bookkeeper at the TWiancw mine visited Lethbrldgu for the. week end. Mr. W. A. Aubin was in bothhridgd on Sunday and Monday lout. lie v. Uavid Jotiot will conduct^.lw Knglivh Church service on Sunday morning next at 11 a.m. in the Presbyterian Church. A mooting of the Hoard of Trade was held on Tuesday evening in thu i".'oiihIi)6 Hall. They tald** wry short sitting as tho wind filled tho hall with smoke, wltiih wns not con-duc.vo to good speaking. Mrs. Htovonson, late of Italuy Bivor arrived in town on Sunday night's train. Slw will now take up hor residence tare. Mr. Stevenson having be�n among us for two months alreqdy. Mm. Stovonson is great TCngVish 'Church worker, and will U. it in overdue. ffVffVfVfffVIVVffVlllf aud the business of the year cleaned up. ! A- IConney applied for peruviseion j to erect a second storey on his workshop. The council referred ihe mat-tor to tta City Solicitor to nscer I tain if they had Uw jiower to grant or was i where w.ll command respect nnd t lympathy for the men from thous -awls of fair minded people. If will wir. them many friends. Compul - Corporal Bergont, U.X.W.M.P., has takon charge of :.-hn. such u rwjuost. P. Vibert wan git en |>erm.ssion to sory arbitration was discussed and JMr. Patterson spoke strongly in fav- 1 of such a iiK-aatiro. Ho boliev� its way clear to grant this request until tho spur track on Smith St wns con -structed b.1 ration. They would prefer in most enws to sot tie them amicably. The neccsfcity of having roprwien ; tuthu* of Ivabor in piirlidineiit was ! strongly advanced. Tlviv is nodoubt i that a step in that direction will he ; taken. Tta meeting was enthusiastic . and tha speoches liotli in subject mat- j ter and form would have don-i credit ! to any platform. Tta union is cor- ' tainly developing a talont^or public speaking, and evidently considerable reading and etudy has �>oen given to economic rpuostions.