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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta For Afternoon Teas, Receiving Days, and Social Kvotiings : : ; : : McConkey's - Chocolate Creams (.'tui be purchased in bulk fron\ : : : : J. J.JOHNSTON DRUGGIST urkl STATIONER 'Phone 18 Night Boll. A LOCAL BUDGET. I Telephone 4B Watch Venn's ad. 5t Guy Publow, Calgary, is iu town. 8. G. Uaird. of the Liltlo Bow. is in town. J. \V. McNieoll mid wife wore in Culgary last week. H. A. CliristeiiBen Iiub returned | to Pinclicr Creek. Come mid get your Bhnre of good rubles. The 2 Macs. Mrs. Jesse Walker is on h visit to relatives in Calgary. Fred Clay. Cardston, is in the Ualt Hospital undergoing an operation. Fred Downer returned on Saturday after nearly two weeks absence, Lethbridge curling club reported a membership of 2 to the Alberta braneli. Dr. Campbell has arrived in " town from Cardnton ami commenc-xl practice. T. D. Kevin is progressing rapidly and expects to be arontri town it a few days. Frank McMullen, of the Hentley Co. has taken a |>ositiou with u firm at Frank. Mr. Complin, formerly of the Bank of Commerce here, is now located at Nanton. Call tip vVestern Warehouse A Transfer Co.. Ltd. for good hay and Northern (>uts. 4tf Constable Milner. of the R. N W. M. P.. is iu the hospital suffer ing from upix>ndicitis. A new hotel, to be called the Royal, is being ere .'ted by Medi cine Hat men at Tuber. The Herald subscription list is growing rapidly New subsci)x;rs are lieing added daily A. 11. Swerdfeger, the well known Black Spring Ridge rancher, was in town during the week. If you want the latest in shirts cull on The 2 new stock just opened out. A school district has liecn created at Hlnek Spring Valley. (}, Hadlord is the senior trustee. D. ('. Murray, who has been ail-. ing for some time, will undergo an ^Operation at the Ualt Hospital. Whilcworkiug at the Iron Works the other day a piece of iron fell and badly cut Fred Mercer's hand, (ins Neidig celebrated his birth day ii Sunday. Most of his relatives gat iiere. Thomas, mother of Mrs. li C. Ives. Maeleod, and grandmother of W. C. Ives, died at St. Allien, aged Kli years. Congratulations to T. MeNubb whose birthday falls on Friday He was born in Scotland in 184J* May iie live to be a hundred A Higinbotham's Hard Water Soap Makes washing easy and 'keeps the ha mis like velvet lOcaCake : 25c a Box No household Bhould lie without it. HijmbctbaiD's Night Bell I The Knights of Pythias ball is being held this evening. Weighty questions require weighty answers. Do you buy your clothing hereV The 2 Macs. The South Alberta Lim d and Colonization Co. held its annual meeting last night and declared a dividend of 12o per cent. H. lientley, formerly of this town, who is now in business at the new town of Daysland. has l>een appoint**! a justice of the peace.JjjP The Alberta Municipal Union will be formed at Calgary on March ti and 7. Aid Oliver and C. B. Bowman will represent Lethbridge at the meeting. Fred Rooney wont to Raymond lant week, his child who was visiting there with Mrs. Rooney, being ill. Mr. Rooney returnetl with his family on Monday night. Louis Hill, 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 been announced of Miss Josephine Troop, St John, N. B.. toC K. McPher-soii, general passenger agent of tin C. P. R., and well knawn in Lethbridge. Mrs. J. E. Fitzputrick and child Win. Oliver has resigned his jxisition as game guardian. C. V. Bennett attended the Liberal bunquet at Claresholm last week. W. S. Fleming, from Ontario, wis taken charge of the Rocky Coulee school. Peter Put arson, the chief organ-izcr of the minor's union, is back in town again. Spring styles in Empress Shoes for women now in.-W. T. Hen-son, telephone 70. 2il4 Mr. Hunter, of Manitoulin, Out., is one of the recent settlers in the Roc'vy Coulee district. New arrivals at the 2 Macs- St tson's hats direct from the fuc tovy in all the latest similes. W. C. Liphardt has put up a row . of very neat andcouvenient shelves | company has been organized and in his store to display his stock of; phins are being pcrfccti-d. It is clocks. E. H. Wakely and bride arrived in town Saturday and arc; lieing warmly welcomed bv Mr. Wakely's many friends. You may buy cheaper but you can ever, do as well and you may |�y much more and fare much worse. The 2 Macs. Bert Tillin is kept busy convey-j ing goods lietweeu Lethbridge and Raymond. Often as much jib five tons are taken out in a load. The receipts of the Lethbridge-Medicine Hat ball game at the Hat were $149.25 and after expenses were paid a surplus of 820.55 remained. Mr. and Mrs. W.T. McCuugherty entertained at a dance last Friday evening. A thoroughly enjoyable time was spent by about twenty couples. H. E. Miebach is building a large barn at the rear of his hotel. It will he a very commodious, having nearly three times the capacity of patterns the old barn. Macs. A I . . , iii.i A quiet wedding was celebrated ut the Methodist parsonage on Sat J H. Bastion, after being sue cersfully otmruted upon at the (Ualt HoBpital, was able to return to his home in Claresholm last week. Geo. Hufner, of the dress goods department of the Hudson's Bay Co., left for Winnipeg on Monduy night to purchase spring goods. The C. P. R. httB cloned a con-tract for 500 steel drop bottom kou-dola cars for the Crow's Nest section. They will be first steel cars built in Canada. A new school house is being built at White Lake, near Andrew Russell's, about twenty five miles northwest of town. School houses are dotting the prairie everywhere. The many Meads of Dr. Bert Jackson will be pleased to learn that he is improving in he'ilth and hopes to return to the west in a few weeks. He reported zero weather when writing. Win. Blair, of Leavings, who has been in the hospital for some time under treatment for appendicitis, has been completely cured and returned home last week. His father, T. W. Blair, came downand accom-panicd him home. J. W. McNicollattended a meeting of Alberta lumbermen in Calgary last week. As a result of the conference it is not unlikely the price of lumber will be advanced Coming Andrew Mc-I PHee's Big - Company -I Awngvelopes 25 People. Band and Orchestra During Stocktaking we sell 2 nights, feb. 27 *nd 28our Enveleopes at 60c per box of 500. ' Presenting FOR HOME AND HONOR and.THE HAND OF MAN Special features - McCue Troupe of Acrobats, Prof. Downio's Trained Dogs, Lazell Musical Artistes, The great Jacobs Hand Balancer. Now the largest, always the best. Prices 85c. 50c and 75c. Seats on sale at fliginhothnin's drug store. ren, of Swt et Grass. Montana, who owing to the increased demand. A provisional set of officers was chosen with P. A. Prince as president. have been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Begin, for the last six weeks, returned home Saturday ( The C. P. R. Telegraph Co. has morning. ; raised the tolls on messages from A flour mill in an immediate pos- Letbbridge to points north of Cal-sibility at Leavings. A strong gary from 25 to 40 cents. The rate to Medicine Hat has been reduced to 25 cents. Crow's Nest points to 1 nt an early ] 40 cents, West Saskatchewan to 40 cents and East Saskatchewan to 00 cents. Eleanor White, the daughter of Rev. G. J. C. \\hite. had a narrow escupe from a serious accident last week. She was alone in a rig when the horses dashed across the prairie Percy R Neale. whose death at; ^KK'iig the reins after them. She Winnipeg was recorded in last T�. 1��k>wii out but. beyond a week's Herald, was in command of! sIi��' "l>. was uninjur- Foit Maeleod from 1SH5 to 1887. wl- the intention toproceet date to build. The Guild of St Monica's will hold a novel entertainment Thur-day evening, Feb. 22. in the form of a collar and belt auction and social evening at Riverview, the residence of C, F: P. Conyliearc. K.C. 2il2 He was afterwards Customs officer at Maeleod. He joined the force in 187:i All lovers of high class music are reserving Saturday and Sunday evenings free from other engagement* to attend the grand concerts in Oliver's hall in which Stanley Adams. Mine Beatrice Langley and jMiss Myrtle Meggy will appear. For Sale Three lots. 25 x 225 feet. These three lots have on them about 75 maple trees. I years old, and is a l>euutifiil place for a residence. Will Ik- sold cheap for cash. Those lots are on Bompas street. Apply to Win. Taylor. 3il4 Rev. C. Pad ley is much impressed with the prosjiects of the Bul- Referring to the baseball game played here on Jan. 2Uth, the St, Thomas, Out.. Journal says: That baseball should be played in mioint so that coal can lie ship- have returnetl from a visit to his ped conveniently. At present they home in Sweden. He reports a have a uood demand for their coal pleasant trip but is glad to lie back from the farmers in the neighbor- in Canada again, and thinks there hood. is no place like Lethbridge. He was accompanied by a number of his fellow countrymen who have come to try their fortunes in this "ttie m'w country. We have no better A subscriber has asked us to! send some copies of the Herald to an address iu Minnesota. He says the inquiry came for the name of the best paper in Southern Alberta. Louis Huestis, well known iu Lethbridge, has returned from Cranbrook, where he has been spending the winter, and if employment offers he will reniaiu for the summer. T. McNabb. J. H. Fleetwood, R. Sage. Rev. J. S. Chivers, G. H Johnston and Frank Wallace likely represent Masonic Grand Lodge in Medicine Hat next Wednesday. Veirzul Sula, one of the miner's union organizers, fell on the sidewalk, in front of the Cnion Bank, on Saturday night, and broke a hone iu his ankle. He went to the Ferine hospital to be treated. Rev. W. M. Chalmers, Cowley, Rev. J. E. Hughson and W.j Hay ties won tliedelmteon "Resolv-ed that third parties are not in the ! interest of uood government' Young Conservative club Thursduy evening. They represented the aflirniative, while Messrs. Doherty and Culbcrtson argued for the negative. Those interested in having ath-tv^jl' ^''u' Kro,|"ds iu town met last week i ,i i  i , ,, i and decided to lorin the Lethbridge Lethbridge at the ,wia)ilJU wit|l , ,.a^ of $10,000. shares being placed at $10 each. The grounds will be located ut the south end of Smith st. A nicetiiitt will l�c held tomorrow evening to elect officers, Mr. Gillespie, from near Brandon, is in town for the pur|x>se of looking over the district. He rep-resents, we understand, a number taken to his home ut Rose Buttes.' ital and Labor. occupied the pulpit of the Presby- of others, who like himself, have torian church on Sunday. His | been attracted toward Southern Al- huve learned has been in-spectiug the irrigation lauds east J.Alcock, who has been in sermons were much enjoyed. Both berUi by^ what they uiwii for some time with u broken morning and evening his remarks of its climate. H ias nrovered sufficiently to lie were applied to the subject of Cap- BRIGHT BOY ol the town. settlers than the Scandinavians. Hick and Wakeley are gaining more than a local reputation. They have liecn asked to figure on the heating of the magnificent city hall that is to lie built at Regina, the plans of which show one of the finest structures in Western Canada. They are also figuring on the heating of the new $40,000 Hudson's Bay building at Maeleod. Wo are glad to see our local firms receiving recognition from sister cities. Rev. J. W. HerW, MethodiBt ininisier at Rocky Coulee, spent a few days iu town last week. He reports that district flourishing, new settlers coming iu and land beingtaken wherever available. Mr.' Herbert has a homestead and has confidence that if he wished to sell it a year hence when he hojieB to improve uj>on it, he could easily disuse of it for $20 per acre. Two I years ago, when Mr Herbert went there, there was coniparitively little settlement in the district. Oliver's Hall Saturday Ev. Feb. 17 Sunday Ev., Feb. 18 ARTISTES MADAME BEATRICE LANG-1 LEY. violinist, who toured Canada and South Africa with | Madame Albani. MR. STANLEY A DAMS-Baritone of the St. James' Hull ballad concerts, London, Eng. MISS MYRTLE MEGGY-| Australia's most promising pianist, first appearance in Canada. ADMISSION - Saturday, re-served seats, $1; general admission 75c. Sunday-50c. Next Attraction Famous Juvenile Bostoiiiaus, March 1 and 2. 27 children from 4 to 14, provide an ontertuinmeti-that has won fume all over Anier-| icu. �����| A Diamond Ring on a o Gentleman's \ \ Finger Does not suy a wool-but it does a lot of talking, nevertheless. It indicates prosperity. It stunds for financial responsibility. It evidences success. 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 retiuest an examination of our Diamond Ring display and promise to mutch the highest qualities and the lowest prices that can l�e found anywhere. C. W.GRRY | � D I i ti ti IIS MAKING PRICES SIZZLE ON ALL KINDS OF^ these days. He is Ixmnd to pass them out at once and offers bargains that should make warm buying.  , * C. W. GRAY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT. TELEPHONE 66 R.A.WRICH1 The Jkwki.kk At Wesley church on Sunday the services will be made bright and brief. The pastor will speak on the following subjects: 11 a.m. ... .- . - .,11.- . "Religious Revivals and whut ?U!.l,�l,,�^*^^^".?.!.!)l^" then> is in them," 7.H0 p. in., " Do- Miss Myrtle Meggy, the 15 year High Financier-"My son. T um iwuiied to henr that you are at the f *>t of the class. Son- 'Why pa, I judged by your testimony that it was proper not to know anything at all." I Different training here. The Bright Boys know G.H. Johnston Sells Good Tweed Suits atf Reasonable Prices ing good uud how to do it." There : will 1h! no social gathering after the evening service so that ample time i may be iriveu for the people tout-| tend the sacntl concert in the opera house if they so desire. hall, Saturday and Sunday evenings, with Mme, Beatrice Langley, the famous violinist, and Stanley Adams, baritone soloist, Iiuh been praised by the musical critics of all the leading newspapers of England and eastern Canada. Young as she is she has charmed everyone Four rinks, the Mavericks, East- with her wonderful playing whor-on, Bruce and Barnes, are left in ever she has appeared:, mid has the Johnston hat competition. In. been compelled to respond again the singles for Dr-JDeVelier's prize and again to enthusiastic encores Barnes is in the fours, O'Donnel. Kenny, Nourse and Bruce in the eights. Parry, McMullen, McEwen and HayneBin the sixteens. R, A. Wright has offeml a handsome cup for competion and the first match for this prize took place last night, Scott defeating McEwen. 13 to 10. Andrew McPhee's big company will piny a two night engagement at the opera house on Feb. 27, 28. The company this season has been enlarged, numbering twenty-five, including a fine bind and or chcBtra, travelling in their own private oars. Change of bill each A Herald representative met an night, Bpceiul scenery and magnif-American from the Western States icent costumes. It is a feature of last week and this was his com- McPhee's company to have no ment: "You people must advertise waits between the acts, and this your towa more than you do, if you seiiBon they will present the finest expect to get a share of the imnii- lines of novelty specialties ever gration. Wo hear a lot about Red seen with a dramatic company; ul-Deer, Claresholm and Calgary but though the company this season is mi_' ' ... , . . ..... you've got a mighty fine country has over carried, the price i^>^>fj�m^HW-�h n BB3EEB33S3S3S3SB Cfte Bold Arlington"" FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER HATES .$1.50 A 1>AY | LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA I if you build you need LUMBER If you are wise you will buy your Lumber where you can get it the best at u reasonable price-and get it when you want it. We lmiitlle Lumber of Every Description I >* � publicity campaign? j not miss iu� ptrbrnuM. ' M��gl�man at Vtgravill*. LjETHyBRI DGJE^REWjj^^ MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Porter THE BEST IN THE WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention ;