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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Special Bargains TO PREPARE FOR Slock taking Our Bargains are all Displayed on Tables in Full View KEEP YOUR EYE ON OUR bargain - tables IT WILL PAY YOU We Must Reduce Our Stock Quickly a. macdonald & co. I'W Afternoon Tens, lte-cciving Hays, mill Sop in 1 Kvoiiings : : : : : McConkey's - Chocolate Creams In; purchased Higinbotham's Hard Water Can Ir.ifk from ui J. J.JOHNSTON DPUGOIST antl STATIONER Ptiono IB Nifjht Bell. Makes washing easy and keeps tlu; hands like velvet lOcaCake : 25c a Box No household should lie without it. A LOCALBUDGET. Watch Kean's ad. 5tf Aid. Adams in in Calgary on bllsitli'sr. If voti don't know us you ought to Tin- - Maes. Wm. I'n>l>ert. overseer of Tuber, was in town yesterday. Ii.euliator 'ind brooder for sale. Mrs. A (J. Nedhnin. tf IV.ru to the wife of Kph Dixon, mi January .fist, a son. K II Wilson is Imek from his trip to the( )ld Country. IV iV K Rolled Oats at the 11 ni ley CoiniKUiy. Limited. lYmincial License I nspeetor W. A Kdinonton. is in town. The IMmnl of trade will hold its p-.rular monthly meet inc. tonight. Constable Kerrigan was transfer-p il to I'rinee Albert wiih Major I'" gi" Frank T. Da vies lias returned to ta\ with hiT daughter .Mrs. M.oU.y.' I'lii.l' of Police MeCiiuii, of ! leli-'ia. Mont.. has been iii town fur -> \i-ral day.s. S|iiii'_r styles in Kuiprcss Shoes I'm- v.uincn now in W. T. Hen - ,. :. i. plume Til. -Jil-1 Tii. Albeita 'j.>\uinuieiil has aii-.n i W"! (' Is. Bowman and \V. C. I . ,i- iiotarii-N public !'. IS ! I� >yi returned to town last ... ini'l has resumed his position u it -,i t In- I run Works Co. Mis. W" I). Hill and Miss J-1 ui urn'.  f Cranbrook. are visiting in I, Inbriilu'e and Raymond I., llilui'l^e lodge will be repre-I ai the .Masonic (Jrand Lodge iii'-iiK' 11 al on the l-lth. id mid understands that a gi inry and general store is st iteil in the north ward. : Tii -.ui.i iu 11' C. W. Gray has rented the George MeNabb residence. \V. A. Hickerdike. Montreal, has taken a position with the Irrigation Co. Our object 18 to sell you goods that will bring you liaek for more The 2 Macs. Died On Feb. Jrd. 1M(>. the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Scott, aired 17 days. A telephone, number Mil. has been placed in tin* otlice of Drs. DeYeber and Campbell. A. ftaslon expects to reconstruct his present store in the fall. A new floor and front will be put in. The local curlers will not participate in the'.Calgary bonspiei. No ice and lack of practice are the reasons. A cut of the scene of the base-bull match here on Jan. 27th ap-|)oured in last Friday's Winnipeg Free l'rcss. The chess tournament in the Young Men's Parlor is progressing favorably and competition is growing keen. The double train service on the main line of the C. I*. \\. will commence next mouth, three month* earlier than last year. (ins Xeidig went with the ball boys to the Hat. He was greatly impressed with the natural gas resources of that town. Hons. Dr. DeYeber.A.C. Kuther-ford and Frank Oliver were elected honorary presidents of the Leth-bridge Liberal Association. Kdinonton is in hopes that die Canadian Northern will use Kdinonton coal. At present that toail is importing ten cars of Lethbridge coal a day. Hammond Hros., photographers, have decided to go into the ranching business at l'incher Creek and ex'ieot to close their business here on March 1st. BRIGHT BOY High Financier "'My son. I nui pained to hear that you at the f iot of the class. Sou "Why pa. I judged by your testimony that it was piT not to know anything at all." t Different training here. The|  Bright Boys know  For monuments and headstones seeH. C. Moore. 1-12 The Ladies' Hospital Aid met Saturday and arranged for the supper for the hospital ball. Call up Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd.. for good hay and Northern Oats. 4tf Mr, Jamieson. of the Canadian Paeilic Klevator Co.. came up from Magral.h last week and is spending a few days in town. I. Young returned yesterday from a trip to the south country and'leaves to-morrow for a trip to the interior of B. C. Three Slavs, charged with being drunk and disorderly ut No. 3 a few clays ago, were each fined $o and costs by Supt. Wilson. Albert Hopcroft, driver for Reid it Co.. fell from the delivery wagon on Monday night, and broke his arm. Dr Tidier attended him. A Seandanavian service will be held in Wesley church on Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. Kev. Mr. Hillerend, Claresholm, will preach. Miss Kinniburgh. of the Westminster school, has been indisposed for a few days. Mrs. Scott Brown late of Montreal is supplying for her. On Friday evening at the Ep-worth League service of Wesley church, the pastor will speak on "The great characters of Russian history." Tf yon have real estate to sell, city or country house's- to rent, or wish to own votir own home, see A. McQueen.' Utf Hugh Evans, who spent hist summer in town in the employ of J. Bruce, has seturned from Pin-cher Creek and will remain in Lethbridge Mr. Pringle. who has charge of the eleva'ot here, spent Sunday in Medicine Hat visiting his brother who recently entered the ranks of the beiuilicts. The baseball lioys cannot six'ak too highly of the princely treatment accorded them by Jas. Flem ming, of the American hotel, on their visit to Medicine Hat. For Sale, cheap, small Barn, Room for 4 horses, loft room for 2 tons hay. harness room and i tc. well built and could be easily mov ed. Enquire at Windsor hotel : From a private letter to hand the Herald learns that Ontrrio capital is making inquiries altout the (Kissibilities of investment in coal mining property in Alberta. Miss Maude Kelly, who has been in the employ of the .lobbing Co. for almost three years, has severed her connection with that tirni anil will leave in a few days for High River For Sale Three lots. 2o x 225 feet. These three lols have on them nliout 7.*) maple trees. 1 years old. and is a beautiful place for a residence. Will be sold cheap for cash. Apply to Win. Taylor. Hi 1*1 The Young Men's Conservative Club will hold a debate to-morrow evening on "Resolved that a third party is not in the interest of goal government." Rev. Mr. Hughson will lead the negative and Mr Doherty the allirmntive. Three s|�'akers, .1. Standish. WaUeiton, Out., on horses; D Anderson, Rugby. Out., on cattle and A. W. Foley, Bowmanville Out., on poultry, arc billed to ad' dress the live stock judging school here at the end of the month. The pastor's subjects at Wesley church next Sabbath will be especially for church meinbivs: II a. in. "()ur church and what we might do tf we would"; 7.HU p. m., "Our church and what it needs most if it is to succeed." At the residence of C. Stevenson, North Ward, on .Jan. 22nd. a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Soderburg. Friends of Mr. Soder-burg will be pleased to know that he is pleasantly located at Fairview eleven miles from Calgary and is doing well. Wesley church on Sunday registered the largest attendance at the Sabbath School, one of the largest congregations and the largest regular offerings in the history of Unchurch. The growth of the town is being reflected in the growth of the churches. An innovation was made at Wesley church on Sunday at the soci.d gathering after the evening service. Light refreshments were served, with, as the pastor announced, sociability in view. A big crowd enjoyed an hour in social intercourse anil listening to several sacred selections. Wanted-Gentlemen to see out new shipment of fine footwear. The 2 Macs I Vicars Stntidforth. of Lindsay, Out., has tukon a position with Hornor & Hutchinson. C. W. Gray may build a new block on Redputh st.. back of the A. Macdonald Co. store ('{irclfltoti is figuring on stone from its quarries being used on the new Hudson Bay building here. J. T. Edwards, junior clerk That you may know, lest we forget, we are in the men's wear business. The 2 Macs. In the anthem "He is arisen "at Knox church Sunday evening. Earl Sloan, who is develop iug into a first class vocalist, and H. T, Cherry took solos in most acceptable style. f�Mohti Livingstone, who has 'had charge of a gang of men opening up a new mine near l'incher Creek, returned to town with Mrs. Livingstone last week. Mr. Livingstone is the Bank of Commerce was moved j looking well but bears the marks in last week to the branch at Red Deer. The Bentley Company. Limited, have just placed in stock some extra good values in Ladies'Shoes, and invite inspection. The Calgary Herald terms the Lethbridge team the "winter baseball champions.'' They will be summer champions, too. W. S. Short, and wife were in town on Friday, on their way to High River, where Mr. Short was negotiating for the purchase of the New Murray hotel. Every day the Herald is meeting people who are talking of building during the coining summer. Lethbridge will see a buBy season in the building trades. Baseball in January shows that the Canadian'wusl has a climate which is,as mild as Florida's without the possibility of yellow fever.- Winnipeg Telegram. Albert Kain, the five year old son of Patrick Kain. North Ward, died a week ago from heart failure. Rev. J. E. Hughson conducted the funeral on Friday afternoon. Dr. Stewart "finds Taber booming. Ho visited there recently and could not find a room of any sort to open a dental office. Every building in the place is occupied. Cardston Presbyterians passed a resolution expressing deep regret at Dr. CamplH'U's departure for Lethbridge. He was chairman of the board of managers of the church. Misses Addie and Jessie Belcher left Sunday night for Toronto, where they will attend St. Mar garet's College. Several social functions were given in their honor last week. if oiie or two close calls that came I ) him in the course of his difficult 1 ask. Mr. Daniels, of the Alberta Realty Co., has sold two quarter sections of irrigable laud, and is about to close the sale of a large tract of dry land and some valuable city property. He re])ort8 a goo} number of inquiries for land and every prospect of a large influx of immigrants this season. At the quarterly ollicial meeting of Wesley church last evening, a unanimous invitation was extended to the present pastor. Rev. .I.E. Hughson. to continue in charge for ii fourth year. The invitation was accepted subject to the approval of the Stationing Committee of the Conference. Four years is the limit that a Methodist minister is permittiHl to remain with a church. Grand Concert :h: y y yy yy : v *? tf yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy YY yy yy charge of the ""six'thqusand POST CARDS TO HAND; AT JUST 25c PEP DOZ. THEY ARE LOCAL VIEWS PHOTOGRAPHED BY HAMMOND r" made in germany AND THEY BEAT THE DUTCH ROBERT SAGE THE BOOK STORK. *.:.->*->*>.x..x.*:.*.:�:^ By- English Artistes In- A caller informs the Herald that within the last week he has rece1 � ed four letters from (-orsons in tin east who are looking toward tin west and write to enquire a Unit southern Alberta. It is expected that the Nurses' Home will be completed by the end of the month. The board of management have now under consideration the furnishing of the home. Gifts of furniture will Inmost acceptable. Supt. and Mrs Begin and family left oh Friday night for Prince Albert. On Wednesday Major Begin was waited upon by a deputation of citizens, headed by Mayor Rogers, and presented with an address and gold watch. The License Commissioners at a meeting last Friday granted an hotel license to R. Sleeves. Luud-breck. Another meeting is to be held to consider applications for a hotel license at Lille, a wholesale license and a retail license at Coleman. A meeting of fanners will bo held on Saturday afternoon iu G. W Robinson's store to discuss the question of establishing a pork packing factory. If the farmers will guarantee to produce the hogs a factory, on a small scale ut first will be started in the near future The people of Lethbridge ure un dor obligation to 11. T. Cherry for securing two high class attiactions for this town. The tirst, the English Concert Co.. conqKised of Mine Beatrice Langley. a violinist of re pute, who toured Canada not long go with the renowned Madame Album. Stanley Adams, a celebrnt- The Alberta Sheep Co brought a tine bunch of sheep to town on Saturday. There were nearly live hundred in the drove and their condition showed how well they had been wintering and how jier-fectly Southern Alberta is adapted to sheep raising. Over 200 of them were disposed of to local dealers and the rest were Bent to Yeriion, B. C. Mr. Davis accompanied the shipment. The prizes for the coming poultry show are now listed and lists may be obtained by application to the secretary. It is to be hoped that this show will call forth a lot of interest and support. It repre sentsan industry that is becoming local Oliver's Hall Saturday Ev. Feb. 17 Sunday Ev., Feb. 18 ARTISTES MADAME BEATRICE LANG-LEY, violinist, who toured Canada and South Africa with Madame Alhani. MR. STANLEY ADAMS-Baritone of the St. James' Hall ballad concerts. London. Eng. MISS MYRTLE MEGGY-Australia's most promising pianist, tirst appearance in Canada. ADMISSION - Saturday, reserved seats. SI; general admission 7")c. Sunday --."ilie. Next Attraction Famous Juvenile Bostouians. March 1 and 2. 27 children from 1 to 11. provide an entertainnien-that has won fame all over America. C. W.CRRY JIS MAKING PRICES SIZZLEJ ON ALL KINDS OF| these days. He is bound to pass them out at once and otVers bargains that should make warm buying. ,* c. w. gray THE HARDWARE MERCl I v T; i' TELEPHONE 66 ��<  A Diamond Ring on a Gentleman's Finger G.H. Johnston | Sells Good Tweed Suits at Reasonable Prices I of increasing local importance. The funeral of the late Robt. j Dollars that an* being sent east for Jardine on Friday last was very i eggs that are of" doubtful quality largely attended, principally by I when they reach us might be kept Old Timers. Rev. Mr Gordon ' here. This is always a good mar conducted the service at I In* house and grave and Messrs J. 1). Higin-bolhain. G. II. Johnston, Chas. Mossop, W. Morris. F. Colpmnn I and Alex. Bruce. The duties of ollicial auditors, ket for eggs and chickens. We understand that the elevator here will complete its season's operations in about a month. The acreage of wheat in the immediate i vicinity of Lethbridge is still far two of whom have been apixjinted too small. The elevator has been $2.75 to $5.50 hero, is to audit the books of school I districts, local improvement dis-1 tricts or villages. The feeB are village schools, So, rural schools, !?!{. examination under village ordinance, 85. under local improve-, uient ordinance, $3; under irriga-I tion districts ordiuauce, $10. able to Beoure only about lo.tHMl bushels and has had to buy largely from the country south of here The farmers must raise more wheat it we are to have more elevutors lo oated here and especially if a flour mill is to materialize in the near I future. Does not say a word but it does a lot of talking, nevertheless. It indicates pro-perily. It sUinds for financial re- s|K)iisibility. It evidences Miecess. And its influence for good is far-reaching. And it is worth its price any time the wearer may desire to dispose of it We request an examination of our Diamond Rim.' display and promise to match the highest qualities and the lowest prices that can be found an\ where. 'H Boiel Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATKS .$1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA IF YOU BUILD YOU NEED If you are wise you will buy your Lumber where you can get it the best at a reasonable price and get it when you want it. We handle Lumber of Every Description lepend upon getting < hir souret of supply is unlimited and you can what'vou ask for. ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. .1 W Mi Ninii,, General Manager, Lethbridge, Alta. Brniiclif!- at Taber, Naatun, Leaving. CffJston, Pincher Creek and High River. R. A. WRIGHT Till. JlW ii ii:  Scs)r