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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME the Canadian Bank of Commerce HEAP, OFFICE, TQKONTO HON. A B. Gen'l GeuM 135 UN CANADA ANU UITED STATES A general Deposits of Si tid upward, received, iltowed atw rates. t he e4 of posits of ti upwar, re, Interest added to the twke i. eyk ft he of JJ.y and The depositor is sMbfcct M whatever the witWrawil Letrihbdge, C. G. K. NOTJRSE, JALGARY For Dominion Exhibition of 1907 BOARD Of TRADE IS IN FAVOR Dr. DeVeber wili Endeavor to Se- cure a Land's title Office. Hou Or. DeVeber informed the board ot trade at its regular meet- ing last Wednesday evening that he would give his support towards obtaining a land titles oihce a Lethbridge. The attendance at the bparti meeting was quite large and several important topics were discussed. A inotiou was adopted 'favoring Calgary for the Dominion exhibi- tion of 1907.' A. E. Humphries, ot the inform- ation bureau, presented -a {showing the number of families 1 located in' this district in 190o, to have been 74, with 4G carloads of settler's eft'ort. The secretary was instructed to communicate with General Passen- eer McPherson of the b. 1. R and urge that a better passen- ger service be given to Lethbridge from the west. The secretary was ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, Good ifor the Town LI-ITIIBRIDGI Calgary M. D. With Serious Off ence ILL Nty Sysirn Faiirt. is a The presence, and operation in any town ot an, establishinent oon- uc'ted on the. principles that char- ctenJBe Southard's big new store aniiot fail to be of benefit, direct- y anil indirectly, to the whole tpwn. The reputation -of this town is augmented to a great extent by this exemplary business house, and all our: people derive riot only pride; but profit, from its existence.f Several families living on the "town have been badly bitten by travelling who sold them goods. Investiga- tion reveals the fact that Southard Wanted Men who want to sells 'the same goods at lower prices increase the earning power of their tlian any other or others. The Water Cure To a Specials to the Herald TorontoFeb. Bordeti, Conservative teaAeir, m 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 suggested'as an improvement the reform, of the civil service and re- form in election methods': Veriolle p The habit of extravagance, for m-1 fjni8h by giving the Dominion Labor Council, will wiU be quickly arid perman- one' can resist run in Tte Conser- oyercome, and the habit" of I saving formed instead, if the pa- otamillion i tieit'will trade all the time with dollars have been an en-1 Southard. incomes, to bring a bill learn how it will buy from 18.00 to worth of men's Southard. Most people admire gamenesa. They like to see any undertaking This method of correction may carried to a nnish.once it is started- be an effective remedy, for -Southard lias started to reduce his habits, but for other habits there elegant stock of men's, furnishings, are otter and milder treatments. Ltef, and'he is going to make it by 4t vv inducements no FOR THE. PEST IN iianc wtnjLL Aull is under arrest charged'with perfomihganabortwu on Etta Langley, CUi was released on bail. New President McCall, of the New York Life is dying.' 5 A. GaOiher, M. P., Nelson, B. C., ill here. TWO WEWMNGS Young People, WeU Married. The Calgary gives the following account of the wedding of E H Wakely. announced in last week's fleraldt-A very2 quiet and very happy event took place 'at 11 o'clock yesterday morning" at the Capital Reserved Fund. Balance Profit and Loss 445 Kerby 'tied the nuptial kup that made E. H. Wakely Leth- bridge, and Miss Ada May Titford, of'Cobourg Ont., life partners m the "matrimonial claim, Miss who arrived m Calgary. on Tuesday morning's westbound trail is' the only daughter of John Tit ford' one of Cobourg's oldest and best known citizens.' Before leay ing Coboiirg she was ther recipieu of many' tokens of the high esteem Si whibh she is held in Ker city, and "the best of' the Whole community. Mr. Wakely u one the most' prosperous and energetic of Southern Alberta B business men, and his many will: be agreeably'surprised his unostentatious; de- 1.1. _ VIA itVt'al Head Office, Montreal HICIIT HOS PKESIDEN-T: LORD BOYAL. O. VICE-PRESIDENT DRUMidso. K. c. M. c. K. s. MANAGKK M. also instructed to write WH. Birch secretary of the board of fare -ask that the underwriters fulfill their promise of an early re-rating of the town. R. J. Hutehings, president of the Calgary board of trade will be communicated with and asked to arrano-e a date-for a delegation to cr0 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 as tea to continue the grant to the infor- mation .bureau. Mr: Eckstorm reported from the committee on subjects, giving a short address on the subjects, Knockers. Prizes for Alfalfa Grow- er, and the Schools. Win. Oliver and M. Freeman re- ported progress from the -manu- factures committee. The town council will be asked, what has 'been done regarding the closing of the railway..crossings, "antr'tliT" -transfers for the same. The attention of the town coun- cil will also be called to the fact that outsiders have been holding sales here aud 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: :iWhereas the Western Canadian Immigration Association is now completing two years of successful publicity for Western Canada, and is now considering the advisability of con tinning its work for two years more lie school teaching I. Scott; one ,of the John Machray, a vag, tencM tp-serve lf_days. Willow Branch, KebekahW-e, will iolcta meeting on the 22nd. ___and two ,ny friends in a week or e Lethbridge Branch r. R. significance was made last week Holfingshead, late of PU.V tliroudi the Alberta Realty Co.hjcsihooV'ieaching stofVandvW. Mr Hoidale. of Hoidale Somsen, rElliot I. Scbtt; one ,of tlie oauii, p. law firm of Minnesota, popular young business nien, was passing throuch be- marfied at "Sunnyside with the import- Ont; the residence of first'.Tuesday m _.. A Aneelo was severely, burned ago impressed with the import- of Lethbridge as a central in Southern Alberta. He made some inquiries about real es- tate and bci ore leaving town he iw_ purchased the tareelots, just south away by her father of the ttah-ntion Army Ixirracks on j pretty gown of white silk Ronndst. Mr. Hoidale is County Attpniey oE his county. Ho will OK ,f Out' the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hollihgshead, Brents of the The beautiful house was prettily.decoTnted tor. the oc- the bride, who was given a Alice feta was attendtid by of Bnttania rctuni liomo'to give n good account Was by .his Bother, bridge ns a place for invest- j. Scott, of Packenham. Kev. Mr. ami more die bright performed the fu lire of the town is becoming re- A wedding dmnqr The Herald understands after vhich Mr. and Mrs. for a' tnp fo the larger A E Smith, Winning, has ar- charge of the printing rivea Stationer} House- fatten. Cmnbrook. is U lllg J'. GreenwocxVs place at the room for a couple o weeks. Hou L. IT. DeVeber was electee "ur of the Committee on A the Alberta cognized. thnt the Kcaltv Co. have in pro cities A. EASTON ncct a o her transfer of town prop- ayofcon.Mcn.Hlc i a n .y will take up ,n C. Liphanlt, brother of been om Lost, yesterday os, tween the Barracks and the Union black tt UMorris is rapidly regaining containjng ten S10bills strength and expects to., be on three S2 bills and to e street shaking hands with his I bm Uo smaU photograph V visit to Lethbridge m a couple tQ Dr KiverSj fieks-to hear Dr bridge and other public im' that the amount due the G rovements. i pital by rural districts is as of tho Knox hotel Leavings. license Can bell who has been m the employ of A. Southard The Ladies Aid 'of Wesley cliurch is prepared to do reasonable prices. Any order icti at the basement of the church oe- vouug 'people are extremely of.Fcrme. A DR, C1. C, GRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Hlginbothitn's Dr 'PHONE Otfico UOUM DR, P, W, TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE tween 2 and 5 on Wednesday after- ntlondfifl noons will He Ho promptly attended U. i U popular Star joins vnth of jn 'extending It you wish to buy town lots that liilivir L1VJ3vO congratulations and good wishes. E. B. wellkiiqim per and match Hull. the Smith st. for tho town ill be presented to il tonight transfer Weria R j- left for Cardston Star. Of M 10 p w to 8'.30 p. W L i.1. t A postoffice has .been established Lule, in Paw. been .ppointed Tamwortb, Ont. last Gaxette of cn- to Faddis, Stirling, and tare in the growing v returned on ST. towr. to the The Public school teachers and a tTMlt" I few others were entertained by ]SIr. j_ i? Toronto. Ed. "McCarthy Aioiulay from Letlihn if jig {IftUCJIlter vv no is vjiiiicio Snt.forSn Jor j. Morgan attLeir While the little one is unable to s TlulTSday evening. I he peda- see yet. all hope that she, maybe, g fts ftn association able to do so has not yet the subject abandoned.-Raymond Uhromcle Lnngnage- which wa Rev Mr. Hillernd, Claresholm, by nu able paper given oy 1 I X1 immnr.S. and candinavian service at church m the [UlVlokll aci T r v j He reports no abatement of his town and is" for a la.iKe amount of during concluded, anw was antly spent in a social way. ;