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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 1 Bank Commerce HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO Paid.upaCapital, $10,000,000 RcscrvclFund, 94,500,000 HON IOKO. A COX,. I'teM.letu H. K. YVA1.KKK, Geti'l Maiia*. r MiBX LA1RD.|A�M. Oen'l Manager 13c 4 . CANADA AND TRK UNITED STATES A general BmIicm trauarted. Accwts may be opened d by nail with all braa&a o� I DEPAH Deposits ol SI and upwards received, and iaterest allowed at current rates. Interest added to the depoalt twice in e^h year, at the eqd ol May and November. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever online' whole or any, port! deposit Letrihbdge, (Alteu,) Sranch C. G. K. NOURSE, MANAGER FOR THE ERV1CE LETHBRIPGE STOP AT TfiE HOTEL ARE. ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS rv-r---r - TH * t ��� r- r * WINDSO $1.00 PER A convenient and cozy resort. Comfort of gueeta 1b attenj&ly-ely loassen-ger service be given to Lethbridge from the west. The secretary was ulso instructed to write \V. H. Birch secretary of the board of fire underwriters and ask that the underwriters fulfill their promise of an early re-rating of the towu. R. J. Hutehings, president of tin? Calgary board of trade will be communicated with and asked to arrange a date for a delegation to go to Edmonton to interview the jovernment in regard to small col-jections. The executive was authorized to chose a delegate to represent Lethbridge. The town council will be asked to continue the grant to the information bureau. Mr. Eckstorm reported from the committee on subjects, giving a short address on the subjects, Knockers. Prizes for Alfalfa Growing, and the Schools. NVm. Oliver and M. Freeman re-jx>rted progress from the manufactures committee. The town council will be asked what has l>ecn done regarding the closing of the railway crossings and the making of the transfers for the same. The attention of the town council will also be culled to the fact that outsiders have been holding sales hfiv and that this is in violation of the Alien Labor law. The following resolution moved by H. E. SI erlock and seconded by T. Kenny was carried: "Whereas the Western Canadian Immigration Association is now completing two I years of successful publicity work for Western Canada, and is now considering (lie advisability of continuing its work for twoyenrs more ind whereas the executive of the said Association has petitioned tho government of the province of Alberta to give it a grant of S2,500 a year, or $5,000 for Urn two years, be it resolved: That the Lethbridge lx>ard of trade hereby re- reeommends that the Special* to tbe Herald TorontoPeb. 14-R. L* Borden, Conservative leader, iu addressing the University students hero, admitted the failure of the party system but. declared it must remain until a better one is adopted. He suggested as an improvement the reiorm of the civil service, and reform in election methods. * r Montreal-President Veriolle of the Dominion Labor Council, will run in Maissoneuve. The Conservatives will support him. The reputation of this town is augmented to a great extent by this exemplary business house, and all our people derive not only pride but profit from its existence. living on outskirts of the town have been badly bitten by travelling peddlers Investiga-it Southard sells the same goods at lower prices than any other dealers-or others. ped Wanted-Union workmen to goods are sold by A. Southard, iay some Kingston-A quarter of a million dollars have been raised as an en-dowment^'for Queens Ufii^ersity. Calgary-Dr. Aullis under arrest charged with perfdmingisn abortion on Etta Langley, Claresholm. He was released on bail. 4 Loudou-The British House of Commons met rnd re-elected Low-ther as speaker. New York-Former President McCall, of the New York Life is dying. Winnipeg-W. A. G^luher, M. P., Nelson, B. C, is seriously ill here. The Water Cure This method of correction be an effective remedy for habits, but for other habits there are other and milder treatments. The habit of extravagence, for instance, will be quickly and permanently overcome, and the habit of saving formed instead, if the patient will trade all the time with Southard. To a Finish Most people admire gameness. They like to see any undertaking carried to a finish.once it is started. Southard lias started to reduce his elegant stock of men's furnishings, etc., and he is going to make it a finish by giving inducements no one can resist. Wanted - Men who want to increase the earning power of their incomes, to bring a $5.00 bill her* learn how it will buy from $8.00 to $10,00 worth of men's furnishings. �A. Southard. Opportunity knocks at your door every time you read an advertisement sent out by Southard. Goal money is as good to any Why not save all you Mind Reading We are prepared to anticipate your wants and have selected in advance the best stock of men's Saved by a Jump A gentleman drove a spirited horse up to the front of Soutbar.Vs store yesterday afternoon, jumped hastily from the stylish runabout, and saved at least $5.00 on an order left with the firm for a new suit of I wluC"h ^iU%uU you. clothes. can? We'll show you how.-A Southard. Fred need to waste tim� furnishings, hats. etc., boots that and shoes, hats, caps our choosing. We know you will fina here tbat A. Southard. t|ie I looking further. Southard's have just the goals we need and the price is within your means.-Kate * - 4* * spectfully reconnnemis timi ^ 1 joyttbiy ttt the home of Mr. A government of the province of Al- K,*, .l..... mu:.......n. berta grant the petition of the Western Canadian Immigration Association and appropriate for its uses the stattnl sum, it being tho conviction of this body that the said Association is performing a function indispensable to the rapid growth, population and development of Western Canada. TWO WEDDINGS Young People, Well Known here, Married. f The Calgary :Albertau gives the following account of the wedding of E. H. Wakely. announced in last week's Herald:-A very quiet and very happy event took place at 11 o'clock yesterday morning at the W. Kerby tied the nuptial knot that made E. H. Wakely, Lethbridge, and Miss Ada May Titford, of Cobourg Out., life partners in the "matrimonial claim," Miss Titford, who arrived in Calgary on Tuesday morning's westbound train is the only daughter of John Titford, one of Cobourg's oldest and best known citizens. Before leaving Cobourg she was the recipient of many tokens of the high esteem in which she is held in her native city, and the best wishes of the whole community. Mr. Wakely is one of the most prosperous and energetic of Southern Alberta's young business men, and his many friends will be agreeably surprised to learn of his unostentatious do- Sarture from tho woes of bachelor-om. The happy couple celebrated their wedding dinner most en- H. McKeown, Thirteenth avenue wt?st, and after enjoying the sights and scenery in aud around Alberta's metropolis, will leave ou thfi southbound train this eveuing for their future home in Lethbridge, the leading burg of the " sunny fbuth/' Co General Merchants, Lethbridg Principles 1 - i f 4 ^ BUY AND SELL FOR CASH keen competition from Winnipeg to the Rockies and in Qn account of the the best interests of nil concerned, A. Mncdonnld Co. will and after the April next, sell for cash only. Will be Reasonable Convenience Ranchers pecial arrangements can be made All accounts must be paid by 1st March next A LOCAL BUDGET some week Lethbridge Branch F. R. REEVE Mart*g�r $1.25 . EASTON Real Estate Transfer. A real estate transfer of significance was made last through the Alberta Realty Co. Mr. Hoidale, of Hoidale & Somsen, a law firm of Newulm, Minnesota, was passing through town and became impressed with the importance of Lethbridge as a central point in Southern Alberta. He made sonu* impurit'S about real estate and betore leaving town he purchased the t-iree lots, just south of the Salvation Army barracks on Hound st. Mr. Hoidale is County Attorney of hiseounty. He will return home to give n good account of Lethbridge as a place for investment. More and more the bright future of the town is becoming recognized. The Herald understands that the Realty Co. have in prospect another transfer of town property of considerable imjxirtanco The Sault Ste Marie, Out Star of Feb. 1st contains the following account of the wedding of Miss Hollingshead, formerly of lbv pub* lie school staff here;-This ftiter- uoou at five o'clock Mia* Hannah Hollingshead, late of Sault public school teachiu& staff, and Mr. Elliot I. Scott, one of the $ault> popular young business meu, were married at "Sunnydide" Dutton, Ont. tbe residence of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hollingshead, parents of the bride. The beautiful house was prettily decorated for the occasion. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a verv pretty gown of white silk over taffeta, was attended by ^iss Alice ituthven, of Brittania. The groom was supported by his brother, W. 1. Scott, of Packonham. Rev. Mr. Malcqm performed the ceremony. A dainty wedding dinner followed, after which Mr. and Mrs. Scott left for a trip to the larger cities. They will take up housekeeping in the house lately occupied by Mr. A. W; McKay on Bay street. Both the young people are extremely well known and .deservedly popular in town, and the Star joins with their hosts of friends in extending John Machray, a vag, temvd to serve 14 days. was sen- lodgi DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN OR. P. W. TULLER ^ [YSIC1AN AND SUJIGE LETHBRIDGE Dvj, Hlglnbotham'M Druti H'-ors PHONE  * Office-Over Oit't Barber Shop Hour*-10:30 to 12:00 noou; 3:00 10 6:00 p. m ;7:QQtp8;30p. m Houh 04 | OtUc� Night Bell and Talapkenc Tho Ladies Aid of Wesley church is prepared to do m:wing at reasonable prices. Any order left at the basement of the church be-1------ . . a tween 2 and 5 on Wednesday after-' c^ntrratillations and good noons will be prompt! v attended I to. t.f. i 14 If you wish to buy town lots that will give quick returns, call at ouce.-A. McQueen. 3tf A postoffice has been established i at Lille, in th� Pass. E. B. Eddy, tho well known pu per apd pftob.^aw^ft^w* Que., is dead. Willow Branch, Rebekah will hold a meeting on the 22nd. The Supreme Court sits here the first Tuesday in March. Chief Justice Siftou will preside. A. Angelo was severely. burned about the face a few days wliile at work at the brewery. A, E. Smith, Winnipeg, has arrived to take charge of the printing department of the Ford Stationery House. Fred I'atton, Crnnbrook. is taking J. UreenwocxVs place at the V P. B. baggage room for a couple ol weeks. Hon. L. DoVobur was elected a member of tho Committee on Appeals of the Alberta Curling Association. A. C. Liphanlt, brother of \V.(\ Liphardt,"has been appoints � license commissioner for the of'Pernio. A petition will be presented to the town council tonight opposing the proposed transfer track on Smith st.. Mr.Woris, R. R. Agent, left for Lethbridge on Monday, accompan-[Id by his daughter, Miss Lyno.-Cardfton Star. Gazetto con- Wanted-A good general servant Apply to Mrs. MacMicking. t.f. Al Morris is rapidly regaining his strength and expects to be on the street shaking hands with his many friends in a week or so. Hon. W.H. Cushing, Minister of Public Works, will pay an official visit to Lethbridge in a couple of weeks to hear applications for road, bridge and other public lm-I prbvements. town The License Commissioners will meet at Macleod on March 7th to deal with John Arthur's application for a hotel license at Leavings and Jos McDougalVs request for a trausfer of the Knox hotel license at Leavings. Rev. W. L. Armstrong. B.A.. B-D Portage la Prairie, brother of Mrs. Sharpe and Miss Armstrong, of this town, has accepted an lin i-t at ion to St. Paul's Church, one ol the leading Methodist churches of Toronto. Mrs Ed. McCarthy returned on Monday from Lethbridgo with her little daughter who is under treatment for an accident to her eye. While the little ow is unable to see yet, all hope that she may be able to do so has not yet been abandoned.-Raymond Ohroniolo Rov.Mr. Hillernd, Claresholm, spent Sunday in town, conducting a Scandinavian service at Wesley church. He reports no abatement in the prosperity of hii town "~ Lost, yesterday afternoon, be-tweeu the Barracks and tho Union Bank a long black pocket book, containing ?M8f ten $10 bills, eight So bills, three 82 bills and two $1 bills, two small photographs and some private papers. A good re-ward will be paid to the tinder by Sergt. Goodwin. lu a letter to Dr. Rivers, of Ray-lond. Dr. Mewburn points out that the amount due the Gait hospital by rural districts is as follows: Raymond, &i7i..2T>, Stirling, $166, GO, Magrath, S12U.8U. The rule is that outside patients should _jxyj�. either by themselves or the muni-cipnlilv from which they come. r- 1 busi The last AJber^a ....r_ *,w.a fh� AnDointinent or lnos. r , ... . . . Hiram Keech, Tamworth, ^|Sdi St^t been appointed Dominion bin- ^^abar, w building during the con IwiM intprtor for I - nd of A. Campbell, who has been in the employ of A. Southard since September, left town on Monday night for Taber, where he will establish a gent's furnishing 1 ness. Mr. Campbell is a competent and experienced man and will meet with success in his venture in the growing town to the east. The Public school teachers and a few others were eutertained by Mr. and Mrs, J. Morgan at their home last Thursday evening. The pedagogues met as an association and iscussed the subject of "Primary which was introduced by an able paper given by Miss Nimnion*. An interesting and profitable discussion followed; Business being concluded, the ance of the evening was very antly spent in a social way. Language ^ - * f _ i- + > "�via* ] "m ' -if r j f. v + � v l 1 r+'v �j p v V season ;