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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta For Afternoon Teas, Re- Days, mul Social Evenings McConkey's Chocolate Creams Ouu be purchased Hard Water 1H bulk J.J.JOHNSTON DRUGGIST aAcl STATIONER 18. Night Bell. A LOCAL BUDGET. .Watchtwin's ad. 5t Makes washing easy and 'keeps the hands like velvet ball No household should without it. Hismbotbam's Telephone 49 Night Bell Guy Pnblow, Calgary, is iu town. S. 0. Baird. of the Little Bow, is in town. J. W. McNicoll and wife were in Calgary last week. H. A. Christcnsen has returned to Pincher Creek. Come anil get your share of good values. The 2 Macs. Mrs. Jesse Walker is on a visit to relatives in Calgary. Fred Clay, Cardston, is in the Gait Hospital undergoing an oper- ation. Fred Downer returned on Satur- day after nearly two week's ab- sence. Lethbridge curling club reported a membership of the Alberta branch. Dr. Campbell has arrived in 'town from Cardston and coimnenc- ixl practice. T. D.Kevin is progressing rapid- ly and expects to be aronirl town ti a few days. Frank McMullen, of the Bentley Co. has taken n position with a firm at Fmnk. Mr. Complin, formerly of the Bank of Commerce here, is now lo- cated at Nanton. Win. Oliver has resigned his position as game guardian. C. V. Bennett attended the Lib- at Claresholni last J. H. Bastion, after being suc- cersfully operated upon at the Gait Hospital, was able to return to his liomo in Clareshohn last week. Geo. Hufner, of the dress goods department of the. Hudson's Bay Co., left for Winnipeg on Monday night to purchase spring goods. The C. P, R. has closed a con. tract tor 500 steel drop bottom gon- lientley, formerly for the Crow's sec- who is now iu uumnessai mei rniiey v_.Mi firet cars milt in Canada. Anew school houae is being built at White Lake, near Andrew luBsellV about twenty five miles lorthwest of town. .School houses ire dotting the prairie everywhere. The many friends of Dr. Bert Jackson will be pleased to learn The Knights oi-Pythias being held this evening. Weighty questions require weighty answers. Do you buy your clothing tiere? The 2 Macs. The South Alberta d and Co. held its annual meeting last night and declared a dividend of 125 per cent. i town, who is now in uuHmessai luei new town of Daysland. has been appointed a justice of the The Alberta Municipal Union will be formed at Calgary on March 6'and 7. Aid Oliver and C. B. 'Bowman will represent Lethbridge at the meeting. Fred Rooney went to Raymond last week, his child who wae visit- era 1 banquet week. W. S. Fleming, from Ontario, has taken charge of the Rocky Coulee school. Peter Paterson, the chief organ- izer of the miner's union, is back 'in town again. Spring styles in Empress Shoes for women now T. Hen- son, telephone 70. 2il4 Mr. Hunter, of Manitoulin, Ont.. is one of the recent settlers in the Coulee district. New arrivals at the 2 Stetson's hats direct from the fac- tory in all the latest shapes. W. C. Liphardt has put up a row of very neat and convenient shelves i i i or ing there with Mrs. Rooney, beiug ill.' Mr. Rooney returned with his family on Monday night. Louis vice president of the Great Northern, announces that he will visit Alberta in the spring The Board of Trade should invite him to come to Lethbridge. The engagement has an- nounced of Miss Josephine Troop B.. to C. E. McPher son, general passenger agent of tlu C. P. R., and well known in Leth brid Coming Andrew Mc- Phee's Big Company 25 People. Band and Orchestra Langlcy, ing good and to do if famOus violinist, and Stanley will be no social gathering after'the, baritone soloist, has evening service so that ample time, b lhe niusical critics of all may IDC given for the people, toaH [hp jeaainK newspniiera of Eng- tend the sacral concert in the op-, Young era house it they so desire. ig shc has charmed everyone Four rinks, the Mavericks, East- with her womlerful playing wher- 011 Bruce and Rimes, are left in Sever she has appeared, ami has the Johnston hat competition. ln-j been compelled to respond again the singles for DrJDeVolwr's prize and again to enthusiastic cncorea, Banies is in the fours. O'Donnel. McPhee's big company Kenny, bourse and Bruce in the; V a twQ eights, Parry. McMullen. Mcbwen house on Feb. 27, 28. i and Haynes in the sixteens. K, A... compnny this season has been Wright has oiterctl a handsome cup ,__., numborine twenty-five, City Bakery OPPOSITE FIRE HALL Reed Co. Props. We have in stock a largo quantity of CADBDRVS GOODS direct from Hie Old Coun- try, which we selling at very mcneraie prices. King Lumber Mills S LIMITED S Cranbrook, B. C MANUFACTURERS OF Rough and Dressed Lumber Moulding and Lath Sells Good Tweed Suits at Reasonable Prices to numbering twenty-five, j for competion and the first match a fine lvind and or- for this prize took place last night, travelling in their osvn pri- Scott defeating McEwen. 13 to 10, Chai1gc of bill each A Herald representative met an night, special scenery and magnif.- American from the Western States! iceut, costumes. It is a feature of i last week and this'was his com-'< McPhee'a company to have no ment: "You people must advertise i waits between the acts, and this i your town more than yon do, if you: season they will present the finest Jackson, Frank, 000 for Jos. McFarlamVs ranch at [expect to get a share of the imnii- lines of novelty specialties ever Livingstone. I We hear a lot about Eed; seen with a dramatic company ;al- Legislation may be passed in 1 Deer, Claresholm and but' though the company this season is v.-askatchewan to encourage inde i mighty little about Lethbridge and the largest and. best that M.cPhee j telephone companies i you've got a mighty fine country i has ever carried, the price remains 'that our people ought to know j the same. Seats are now for sale, j Mrs. Alaygi. i about." That's so. Why not Lovers good, clean, comedy should I are accusen MALTINGTCOMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Port THE BKST IN THE-WEST' All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt, attention a publicity campaign? not at ;