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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 1 He of Commerce HEAP OFFICE, TORONTO Pai(Mp;;Gapital, |IO,000.000 R^rvclFund, 14.500.000 HON IGEO. A COX,.Pr,e�l.)ent B. K. WAI,KKR, Gen'l MapajK r ALEX riAIRD.|A�i.t. Oen'l Manager IN CAJ^ADA ANU JHM lIIflTED STATES A Keiieral Bankiif BMlien truaacted. Acdjiito nay be opened aid coa-ducted by mall witb all braa^a �f tbja.Bmk, SAVINGS BAm^; UfP^RTMfNT' Depniiu of Si aad apwards received, aad IfteNit allowed at carreat rates, fnitereit added to the depwH twice in e|(:|i ^ear, ft the enl of May aad November, tbe defoaltor is gabjcct to ao ifdky wiatever in the withdraiyal of w|o!e or aai;;ii9(tloii'ot ibe depoiit. Letrihbdge, (Altpi,,) Br?inc^ . c. a. K. NOvnaE, - uana-q^h FOR THE BEST y^llVlCE IN UETHPRITOR SxipP AT TtfE WE are: advjertjsep BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS eie. A convenient apd oozy resort. Oomfqrt of ffjaeeta is atten^y* ely locked after, and one of tbe few reaUjr .good aoUar per day houaea in Alberta. When in LothbrldBo dail at tbe Windeor Bank of MontFeal ESTABLISHEJi) i�17 " Capital all paid HP................... Reserved Fund...................... IQJ�,flW Balance Profit and Loss.............. tU,m Head Office, Montoa? lUGlCT HON. LORD STR/ITHCOSA ANOjMpUHT UOYAL. O. C. M r vice-presid*:nt HON.;,8IB GKOBGB.A. DaUMJJldND, K. C, M. C. R. 8. CLOUaXOM, aBNIS||L HANAaiH Branches and Agencies at all the principal points in Oatiada Al3o in London, England, Ne,w "^tirk, bhicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Tivi vellers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issufidior use in all pac^sof the world-COLLECTIONS MADE ON F^yORAP,LE TEEIMS l).'l! Lethbridtfe Branch , $1.25 .ae raR oft I A- EArSTON & CO. I DR. C: C. GRA6G: PHYSICIAN AND SUROpON omr,,--0�JV Hlijtnbotham'ii Drug a..ora �PHONE omoa laB Keuw 9A LI-THBRIDGE. ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 1906. NUMBER IS SyPPORTCALGARY For Dominion Exhibition ofl907 BOARD OF TRAdFiS ik FAVOR Pr. DeVeber will Endeavor to Se* cure a Land's Title orrice. Hon. Dr. DeVeber informed the board of trade at its re^i^ular meet-iiig last Wednesday evening that he would give his support lowanla obtaining a land titles office at Lethbridge. The attendance at the board meeting was quite large and several important topics were discussed. A motion was adopted favoring Calgary for the Dominion exhibition of 1907. A. E. Humphries, of the information biireau, presented a reiK�rt showing the number of families located in this district in 1905, to have been 74, with 4G carloads of settler's effort. The secretary was instructed to communicate with General Passen-ger Agent McPherson of the C. P. R., and urge that a better passenger service be given to Lethbridge from the west. The secretary was also instructed to write W. H. Birch secretary of the board of fire underwriters rand ask that the underwriters fulfill their promise of an early re-rating of the town. R. J. Hutchings, president of the Calgary board of trade will be communicatfxl with and asked to arrange a date for a delegation to go to Edmonton to interview the government in regard to small collections. 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. Eckstorni reported from the committee on subjects, giving a short address on the subjects, Knockers. PriKt's for Alfalfa Growing, and the Schools. Wui. Oliver and M. Freeman AULL Calgary N. D. diarged With Serious Offence GALUHER N.rttRIOUN.y ILL FaUarc. ? is a SpeoialatotheHenJad TorontoFeb. 14-R. L'^ Boiden, ConservitiVe iB^ir.m addreaBine the UQiveraiW atiiideiita Here, admitted the failare of the party system bu^. declared it miut remain until a better one is addpjted. He Boggestedaa an impioveiaent the reform of th.e). oiyi! aeryioe, and reform in election metlioda: " the re-manu- jx)rted progress from factures committee. The town council will be asked what has Ijeen done regarding the (jloaing of^^the railway crossings anil 'tEe" ihaking" of � tli^^^^ for the same. The attention of the town council will also be called to the fact that outsiders have been holding sales here and that this is in violation of the Alien Labor law. The following resolution moved by R. E. SI erlock and seconded by T. Kenny was carried: "Whereas the Western Canadian Immigration Association is now completing two years of successful publicity work for Western Canada, and is now considering the advisability of continuing its work for two years more nnd whereas the executive of the said Association has petitioned the government of the province of Al-terta to give it a grant of $2,500 a year, or S5,000 for the two years, be it resolved: That the Lethbridge board of trade hereby respectfully recommejids that the government of the province of Alberta grant the petition of the Western Canadian Immigration 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 and development of Western Canada. Montreal-PresiUiBnt Veriolle of the Dominion Labor Council, will run in Maiaspnonye." TfaK^ Conservatives willnupppirt him.-;> Kingston-A qoarter of a million dollars have been raised m an en- dowinen^'fbjr Qu^ns'UAifeifsity. Calgarj^.-Dr. Anil is under arrest cbartted'irifh ^jdd&ihgian'abortidQ on Etta liauglejr, Clareabolm. He was released on bail; '" Londoiji-The British House of Commons met md re.�l0eted Low-ther as speilker,V New York-Former President McCall, of the New York Life is dying. - Winni P., Nelson, here. ;-W. A. Gfdliher, M. C, isaefiously ill Goodfbr the 1^ The presence and operation in any town of an estajbliabment conducted on the principles that characterize Southard's big new store cannot fail to be of benefit, directly and indirMtly to the whole town. 'The reputation of this town is auf^ented to a great extent by this exemplary business bouse, and all our people derive not only pride but profit, its existence.' Badly Bitten Several families living on the outskirts of the town have been badly bitten by travelling peddlers who sold them goods. Investigation reveals the fact that Southard sells the same goods at lower prices than any other dealers-peddlers or others. The Water Gyre This method of correction may be an effeptiye remedy for some habits, but for other habits there are other and milder treatments.-The habit of exttavagence, for in-stance, will beqtucjily and perman-enily overcome, and the habit of Baying formed instead, if the pa-tient will trade all the time with Southard. $fiyed by a Juinp A gentleman drove a spirited horse up to the front of Sonthar.l's store yesterday afternoon, jumped hastily from the stylish runabout, and saved at least 15.00 on an order left, with the firm for a new suit of Toafinteh Most people admire gameness. They like to see any undertaking carried to a finisb,pnce it i^ started. Southard has 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. We are prepared to antici{�te your wanb anil ^aye seleoied' in advance the nest stock of men's furnishings, clothing,' boots ilnd shoes, hais, caps^ etc., that the market affords for your choosing. We know you will find here that which will suit you.-A. Southard. Wanted-Union workmen to know that union-made goods ara sold by A. Southard. 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 18.00 to $10.00 worth of men's furnishings. -A. Southard. Opportunity knocks at your door every time you read an advertis*-, ment sent out by Southard. Good money is as good to you as to any one. Why not save all you can? We'll show you how.-A Southani. Fred-No need to waste tinw looking further. Southard's haya just the goods we need and the price is within your means.-Eate DR. P. >W. TULLER PHYSICIAN A^D aVflOEON LETHBRIDOrE OfHce-Over Olt'* Birber Shop Hoar*-lU:3'0,to noon; 3:00 ip 6:Q0 Of/ice I^ljitit 0�n �Bd Talspliooa Real Estate Transfer. A real estate transfer of some significance was made last week through the Alberta Realty Co. Mr- Hoidale, of Hoidale & Somsen, a law firm of Newului, Minnesota, was passing throtigh town and became impressed with the importance of Lethbridge as a central ^jint in Southern Alberta. He made some iiuiuiries about real estate and betore leti\ing town he purchased the t'lreeiots, just south qt the Salvation Army barracks on Round St. Mr. Hoidfile is County Attorney of his county. He will return lionuA to give a gooti account of Lethbridge as a place for investment. More and more the bright futiy'e of the town is becoming re-pogn i zed. The Herald understands that the Realty Co. have in prospect anotbf r transfer of town prop, erty of considerable importance TWO WEMJiiGS Young 1^ Well Kp^ bfff. Niiricd*:' The Calgary :Ailwrtan gives the following account of the wedding of E. H. Wakely. announced in last week's HeraU:-A verj^^ quiet anil very happy event tooki>laoe at 11 o'clock yesterday moming at the M'^thfldM Piffiryw^!.*'^ R6v> W. Kerby tied'ffienupttat'lmorh^ that made E. H. Wakely, Leth-bridge, and Miss Ada May Titford, of Cbbouig Ont., life partners in the "matrimonial claim," Miss Titford,'who arrived in Calgary on Tuesday morning's westbound train is theonly daughter of John Titford, one of Cobouig's oldest and best known citizenii.' Before leaV-ing Cobourg she was the ^ipient of many tokens of the high esteem in which she is held in her native city, and the best wishes of the wifkole community. Mr. Wakely is onie of the inost prosperous and energetic of SouthlBrn Alberta's ypui^g business men, and bis many friends will be agreeably ii^rpriBed to learn of his unostentatipua departure from the woes of l�chelor-dbm. The happy Couple celebrated their wedding diihiier niost' en-jpyably at the home of Mr. A. H. Mckeown, Tj^irteenth ayenue west, ^ud after enjoying the sij^ts'ahd scenery in aqd (ifpund 4^^^'^ njetropolia, vaU leave on ,>l;fi soy^jibi. bouhd train this ey^ning ft^, theii; future home in Le^h))ri4ge, tl^e leading burg of the " B^unyit^uib:" The Udies Aid of Wesley church is prepared to do sewing at reasonable prices. Any order left at the basement of the church between 2 and 5 on Wednesday afternoons will be promptly attended to. t.f. i 14 If you wish to buy town lots that will give ouick returns, call at puce.-A. McQueen. 3tf A postoffice has bfeen established at LUI�, in tba Pass. The Sault Ste Marie, Oat Star of Feb. Ist contains the foUowAug accovint of this wedding of rMlsa HoUingshead, formerly of pvih. lie school staff hei:e:-^Thia.alter-nooii at five o'clock Misi .HfUiliali Holl^ngshead, late of Sault public school ttsaching staf^ and Mr. Elli^tl. Soott,6he,of th0 Sault'p popular young business men, y^pte married at "Sonny^ide" Dution, Ont., the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Hen^y Hollihgshead, parents of the bride. The beautiful house was pri9Htor.for, General Merchants, Lethbridge BUY AND SELL FOR CASH 'i"^_____. V . Qf^ aeeoMnt of the kMa colBpiBtitioii from Wianipes Rockies J Imnd in the best interests of aU eoAeerM4. A. IfMaoikald tf Co. wiU, on aadj f nfter tike Ist of April next. seU for ensh only.  PrJGes Will be Reasonable �I > ---,M.MJfffMi>>->M^MfV>�a�otoooooo�� A LOCAL BUDGET. Jphn Machray, a vag, was sentenced to sierve 14'days. Willow Branch, Bebekah lodge, will hpld a meeting on the 22od. Tjie Supreme Court sits here the first Tuesday in March, Chief JustiiCe Siftou will preside, A. An^elo was severely, burned about the" face" a few days ago while at wprk'at the bfewery. A. E. Smith, Wioniijeg, has arrived to take charge of the priitting department of the Ford Stationery House. Prefl Patton, Ornnbrook. is taking J. Greenwood's place at the i'!. P. R. Imggage room for a couple of weeks. Hon. L. G. DeVeber was eleoterl a member of the Committee on Ajj-peals of the Alberta Curling Assor- la; A. C. Liphanlt, brother of W.f. Lipliardt,'has been appoihtid a lic^ehse commissioner for the town of Fernie. A petition will be presented to the town council tonight opposing the proposed transfer truck on Smith St. Mr. Weris, R. R. agent, left for Lethbridge on Monday, accompanied,by his daughter. Miss Lyrie,-Oaidilton Star. The last Aiberi^. Gazette contains the appointment^ofTbos.'^R:' Lost, yesterday afternoon, between the Barracks and the Union Bank a long black pocket book, containing .?148, ten $10 bills, eight $5 bills, three $2 bills and two $1 bills, two small photographs and some private papers. A good reward will be paid to the finder by Sergt. Goodwin. In a ietter to Dr. Rivers, of Raymond, Dr. Mewburn points out that the amount due the Gait hos-: pital by rural districts is as follows: 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 bands 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 woeks to hear applications for road, bridge and other public im-prbvements. The License Commissioners will I Raymond, $479.25, Stirling, $166. uieet at Macleod on March 7th to | f5o, Magratli, $129.80. The rule is deal with John Arthur's application i that outside patients should._Eay^ for a hotel license at Leavings and I either by themselves or the muni-Jos McDougalPs reqiiest for a r-iiwlitv from which they come, transfer of the Knox hotel at Leavings. Rev. W. L, Armstrong, B.A.. B. a hotel license at Leavings and i either by themselves or the McDougairs reqiiest for a ciiiwlity from which they a ' ' ' license A. Campbell, who has been in the employ of A. Southard sinoa T^'n A 1 r.   1 ^1 ..September, left town on Monday p, Portage la Prame. brother ot Taber, where he will es- Mrs. Sharpe and Miss Armstronii. .taf,i[;,l, a gent's furnishing busi-of this town, has accepted an nivi- ^^^^ CampbeUisa compe- tationtoSt.PttuIs Church, one of tent and experienced man and tlie leading Methorhst churches of ^jjj ^^^^^ ^-^^ success in his ven-Toronto. j, ^^le growing town to the Mrs, Ed. WcCWthj; returned on i east. Monday from Lethbridge with her I , .' , , , httle daughter who is under treat-;. ^"�J "Wio "cnool teachers and a niont for an accident to her eye.! others were entertained by Mr. and Mrs, J. Morgan at their home to her While the little prie is unable to sue yet, all hope that she may be able to do so has not yet been abandoned.-Raymond Ohroniole Rev. Mr. Hillemd, Clareaholm, spent Sunday in town. oonduc|;ing a 'Scandinavian serrioe at Wealey bhuroh. He reports no abatetnent in' the prosperity of hia to\Jni and Paddis"Strrnm5.'^d W. W. Doug-' preparationii for alargie amoiint of SJrJhSJaa^tbia. UiWing during tbe coming aeaaon. last Thursday evening. The pedagogues met as an association and ^ aiscussed the subject of "Priniaiy � haugaaee" whioli was introduced by an able paper given by � Mils � Nimmons. An interesting and i profitable discussion foUo^ed. ^< Business being concluded, the'bit^'^P ance of the evening was veiy^ipliBipP'i antly spent in a social way. f^J'' ;