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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 1 lTIIBRlDGE, XXBEKTA. WEDME8OAV. FEBRUARY The Canadian Bank of Commerce OFFICE, TQBONTO RSW.OOO HON. [CEO. A. II. WAUCBR, Gen'l AtBX, GenM Manager 135 IN CANADA AND UNITED STATUS A feieril Bankiif trwMCted. be con- ducted by Mil with all Deports of SI upwards received, a.d rite.. iBtereat idded to the depMh twice eyk year, the of May The depositor Is subject to 10 in the witWrawil ofwfcbk pr of ibe deposit, Letrihbdge, Branch C. O.K. NOURSE, MANAGER For Dominion Exhibition ofJ907 BOARD OF TRADE '-.K FAVOR Dr. DeVeberwill Endeavor to, Se- cure a Land's Title Office. Hon. Dr. DeVeber informed the board of trade nt its regular meet- ing last Wednesday evening that he would give his support towards obtaining a land titles office at Lethbridge. The attendance at the boarc meeting was quite large and severs important topics were discussed A; motion was adopted favorm. Calvary for the Dominion exhibi Calgary M. D. Charged With Serious Off ence stys hrty ILL is a Special! to the Herild TorontoFeb. Boirdeii, Conservative lifter, in addressing the University students? here, ad- mitted the failure of the party sys- tem but, declared it must remain until a better one is adopted. He an improvement the reform of the, civil, service, and rer form in' election" methods: e Good for the Town and operation in any town ot an. establishment oon- ducWonthe.principles that char, acteriae Southard's big new store cannot fail to be of benefit, direct- ly aiid indirectly to the whole town. The reputation ot tuis 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. Several, families living on the outskirts" of "the town have been badly bitten by travelling peddlers who sold them goods. Investiga- tion reveals the fact that Southard Bells the same goods at lower prices than any other or others. FOR THE BEST SEHV1CE IN 1.1TTHRP1DGE STOP AT.Tff-E: TVT, ARE: APViERTisKQ BY Aitiit'. TR1ENDS A. E. Humphries, of the inform atiou bureau, presented a repor showing number of fcmihe located in this district m .190p, to have been 14, with 4G carloads of settler's effort. _ The secretary was instructed to communicate, with General Passen- ger Agent 'McPherson of the O. i R., and urge that a better passen- 1' 4-y> T I OO f 1 y 13X-1 uw JLiC LlS WA 'from the west. The secretary "was also instructed to write Birch secretary of the board of fare underwriters ,'ancl ask that _ the underwriters fulfill their promise of an early re-rating of the town. -R. J. Hutclmigs, president the Calgary board of trade will be communicated with and asked to arrange a date for. a delegation to 50 to Edmonton to interview the government in regard.to small col- lections. The executive was authorized to'chose a delegate to represent Lethbridge. The town council will be asked, to continue the grant to the infor- mation bureau. Veriolle of the Dominion Labor, wil1 run in MaiBspnouve.' Conser- vatives will support him. Vv quarter o! a million dollars have been raised as an en- Queens'University. Aullis under arrest on Etta Langley, t Clarediplni. He was releaaed on baili British.House of ier. T The Water Cure This method of correction may be an effective remedy, for some habits, but for other habits there are. otter and milder treatments: The habit of extravagence, for in- stance, will bequickly.and perman- ently overcome, and the habit of saving formed instead, if the pa- tient will trade all the time; with Southard. To a finish DUMBER workmen to know that union-made goods sold by A. Southard. Wanted who want to increase the earning power of their incomes, to bring a 85.00 bill learn how it will buy from 18.00 to worth of men's furnishingf. Southard. Most people admire gameuess. They like to see any undertaking carried to a it is started. Southard has started to reduce his elegant stock of menV furnishings, and he is going to make it a finish by giving., inducemeiita no one can resist.. Mind Reading Opportunity knocks at your door every time you read an advertise-, merit sent ont by Southard. Good money is as good to you as to any one. Why not save all you can? We'll show you Southard. ,r We are prepared to anticipate yourwants selected m A gentleman drove a best men's horse up to the front of Southards U boots and _ ___ii 111f i i; r' v i ii_ rt 4 4-li A 2., that tne New York-Former McCall, of the New York yesterday afternoon, jumped uly from the stylish runabout, saved at least on an order left'with the firm for a new suit of J clothes. caps, e or? your choosing know you will nhd here tha will suit Southard need to waste tinw looking further. Southard's havo just the goods we need and the price is within your Winnipeg-W. M. p.? Nelson, B. C., IB seriously ill here. WEDDINGS' H. IEBAQH SUM! MO Capital Reserved Fund Balance Profit and Loss Head short address, on. the Knockers. Prizes for Alfalfa Grow- _ ir and the Schools. The Calgary :Albertan gives the AYm. Oliver and M. Freeman re- account- of the wedding ported progress from the manu- of E H Wakely. announced m last Captures committee. week'g 'and The town council will be asked verv happy event took place at 11 what has done regarding tlie l.clbck yeBteTday morning at the closing of the_railway; crossings of'the -transfers Kerby tiea the nuptial tap for the same. that made E. H. Wakely, Leth- The attention of the town coun- j Miss Ada May Titford, oil will also'be called to the fact m that outsiders have been holding sales here and that this is m viola- tion of the Alien Labor law. The following resolution moved by R E. Sl-erlock and seconded by T Kenny was carried: "Whereas the Western Canadian Immigration Association is now completing two of-mahy tokens of the high esteem years of successful publicity work yhibh is in. her' native for Western Canada, and is now 'the best' wishes' of'the I considering the advisability of con- community. Mr. Wakely is tmuingits work for two years more o-e -fa most prosperqus and whereas tho executive of the energetic "of Southern Alberta s said Association has petitioned the business men, and his many oovernment of the province of Al- will' be agreeably'surprised; berta to dve it a grant of his unostentatious' de- n ft-pm the woes of bachelor. The happy.couple celebrat- wedding dihiier most' en- A. Maedonald Co. General Merchants, Lethbridge -----0 Ont., life me "matrimonial Miss who arrived in Calgary .on Tuesday morning's westbound tram is' the'buly daughter of John Tit- of Cobourg's oldest and best known citizens' Before' leav- she was the "recipient. Qn. account of the from Wiimipeg to the Rockies Co. will, on and KIGIIT HOST. LORD BpYAL. C. M. HON.I.SIK GF.ORGF..A. DRUMSIOSD. K. C. H. C. R. s. CLOUSTON. GESERAI- MAXARKK IJtJlLtl IU a year, or for the two years, be it'resolved: That the Leth- bridge board of trade hereby re- UIW311 WWVMMQ spectfully recommends that the the home of -Mr. A. li. aovernment the province of Al- 'J- -J ii f no of IWrta grant the petition Western Canadian Immi_, Association and appropriate for its uses the stated sum, it being the conviction of this body that the said Association is performing a function indispensable to the rapid growth, population; ment of Westeni Canada. loyauij TTT. McKeown, Thirteenth avenue west tbe and after enjoying the 'sights and ir, uround Alberta s u (iiivi s __s, will leave oil the sontli- trainlhisevening ;for.their future home in Lethbridge, the burg of the sunny .south.' after the of April next, sett for cash only- Prices Will be Reasonable Ml accounts paidby 1st March next The Sault Ste Marie, Out.. John Machray, a vag. was I f v T- -i _____ t tenced tojserve Ifdays j of Feb. 1st contains the. foUowAng' Spokane and w Tr, vellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits use in all paxts of .the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAyQRABLE TERMS Jt aU points Eajopp and 11 Interest wed on aepoalls-t v _, RttVE Lethbridge Branch T Real Estate Transfer. A real estate transfer of some was made last week throivh thc Alberta ilealty vo. Mr Hoiclnle. of Hoidale Somsen, a law firm of Minnesota, was passing through town and bc- [came impressed with the import- ianceof Lethbridge as a central in Southern Alljerta. rlc 1 EASTON UPIIH HI niade somo inquiries about real es- tate and bei ore leaving town he purchased the'three lots, justsontl the Sah-ation Army barracks 01 Round st. Mr.IIoklalc is Count} Attorney of his county. lie vil retuhi homo to give a acconn of. a place forinvcs meut. More and more the bngl future of the town is becoming re- The Herald understands that the Realty Co. have in pros- pect another transfer of town projv erty of conaiiierable importance account of the wedding Hollingshead, iorinerly of tbe pi. lie school staff here--Thw, after-, oori at five o'clock Hollingshead, late of pijb- c school "teaching staff, Elliot I. Scott: one of the wpular young business men, rjjrew married at "Sunnyside" Dutton Branch, Rebekah Jod Meeting on the 22nd. Wan ted-A good general servai.t Apply to Mrs. MacMickmg. t.l. Al Lost, yesterday afternoon be- the Barracks and the Union marriwj. Ont! the residence of Mr. and Mrs Henry Hollingshead, parents the bride. The beautiful house was prettily decorated .for the oc casion. the bfi'dc, who was given away by her father, wore a; very pretty, gown of white silk over taf fetai was attended by A1'c Brittania was supported'by .hW.. tgsther, I Scott, Packenham. Kev. M Malcom performed the ceremon A dainty wedding J--f usticeSiftou will "inwlo was severely burned Ull-face'a few' 'days ago B.' Smith, Winnipeg, has ar- lic groov IS HlJJivtij i COniiMllll K and expects to be on g3 bills and two the street shaking hands with hi? bnls two smail photographs an hmnv friends in a week or e private papers A good re- w" WW Gushing Minister ward will be paid to the finder by ?al visit to Lethbridge ]u a couple, a jetter fco Dn KiverS; ofwneksto hear application, for, Dr Mewbum _pomta out road, bridge and other public im-1 tfe amount due the Gait, hos- provements. ipital by rural districts is as follows: License Commissioners will I Raymond S4V.KLO, Stirling, 9 in .Ji r -j Al 7th to fiO. Macrat Jmise. Patton, '3. couplo of L JK- weeks. 'Bon L (-T. OcVeber was elected trailer of iho Kuox hotel at Leavings. who has been m thc employ of A. Southard since Hon L. OcVeber was Mre. ami MASS Arnist a member of thc Committee on Ap- of this town, Q{ pcaW of the Alberta Curling churches of will meet with tne K.HUIUI, -_o, OR. G.C.GRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oflice 125 Higinbotham's Rrne S'.ora Houea PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Tlie Uiclies Aid of Wesley church is prepared to do sewing at j reasonable prices. Any order lett I at the basement of the be- tween 2 and 5 on aiter- 1 noons will be promptly attenaea tf-lU I If you wish to buy town lots that will 'give quick returns, call at atier for a trip to the larger cUie TV.OV will take up housekeeping .LlieV. "Ill >V1' ;he house lately occupied, by Mr. tV. Wl McKay on Bay street. Both the y f -V. C. Liphanlt, brother of t'hasbeen P with e ,1 well known and clesen-edly. la toyrn; ami 'the Star joins their hosts of friends in and good wishes. te thn town Fernie. ill bu presented to man successm bl3 and E. JB. well knpira p. m BeU A postoffice been establinhed "PM1- in tb- L. ,tt. "V" 11 per aiid tiuii. QlHiram Keech Tarn worth, Ont, has been appointed bin- i A r_ the pr Smithi st. Mr Wcris xfrq Fd McCarthy returned on _ MonTny from Lethbridge; with hen little daughter who is few ment for an accident to her While the little one is unable toj see yet. all hope that she may be i able to do so has not yet .left forlaWoned.-Raymond.Chronicle Rev. Mr. Hillernd, ture in the easT- growing town to the Ciardston Star. Public school teachers and a hers -were entertained by 3xr. Morgan at their home Thursday evening. Thepeda- met as au association and the subject of "Primary which was introduceu. ablepaiwr given by An interesting and Gazette con-lc ns Faddis, Stirling, and during the coming ;