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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta r VOLUME 1 LI/rilBRIDGE, ALBEBTA. WEDNESDAY, FEI|^UAR� 14, 1906. 17UMBER 1� tie of Commerce HEAP OFFICE, TORONTO Pai(Mip;;CapiUil. |I0.000.000 RfservcZFuiHt. 14.500.000 HON. IGJSO. A COX,. President B. K. VVAIiKER, Gen'l Manager ALEX LAIRD.|A�i�t. Gen') Manager IN CA3SADA ANIi TJIK VISITED STATES A Keneral BaafciNf BnUaew trinacted. AccMto may be opeaed aad coa* ducted by nail with all braa(^a �� tbif Baak, SAVINGS BA5$K; PA^TM^^^T-Deposits of SI aad upwards received, aad ^tcrcst aliawed at carreat rates. Interest added to tke defwaH twice ia e^ndl ^ear. |t the ei|(( of May and November, the depositor is subiict to ae dejay whatever ia the withdr^i^al of wlfole or.anjl^llqriio" orihe'deposit, Letrihbdge, (Altp^.,) Branch , C. a. K NOURSE, - m4-NA(>^9 FQR THE BEST yyVICE IN LjETttPRiPQIi AT THE WE are; AbWRTJSEP BY OUR satisfieii FRIEWPS A convenient apd oozy resort. Oomfprt of Vjueeta la atten^iy-ely looked afier. and ope of the few really .�opd dollar per d�y bouBea In Alberta. When In Lethbridgfe dail at the Wlndeor H. El. MIEBACH, * F?HOP Bank of Montreal ESTABLISH^ iaJT Capital ail paid up.........,.........$l4,iil,iM Reserved Fund...................... IO I'l .iv.ill.ible ,it .ill points III Uaited.Statet,. Barope apd C4n^qiiiet and very happy event took l^ace at 11 o'clock yesterday mprmi^'' at the W^^^^]riSy^ied'*'^B^^^at*^KE^ that made E. H. Wakely; Lethbridge, and Misa Ada May Titford, of Cobourg Ont., life partners in the "matrimonial claim," Miss Titford,' who arrived in Catgary on Tuesday morning's westbound train is the only daughter of John Tit-ford, one of Cobourg's oldest and best known citizens.' Before leaV-ing Cobourg she was the Recipient of many'tokens of the high esteem in which she is held in her native city, an4 the best wishes' of the whole community. Mr. Wakely is one of the most prosperous and energetic of Southlern Alberta's yoiii^g business men, and his many friends will be agreeably iij^rprised to learn of his unostentatious departure from the woes of l�chelor-dom. The happy jib. lie siihobl staff here:-This.alter-noon at five o'clock Miai';H(^Ph: Holl^ngshead, late of Sanltpub-lie school teaching staff, viod Mr. Elliot I. Scott, one of the 8ftTJlt'^, popular young business men, '^^re, married at "Sunhy^ide',' ' Dutton, Ont., the residence of Mr.^aud Mrs. Henry Hollingshead, pa>renta of the bride. The beautiful house was pretUly. d,ecprated for the occasion. The bride," whb'was given away by her father, wore a very pretty gown of white silk over taffeta,' was attended hy Mii^s A^ice Rutjiyen, of Brittania. The gpooni was supporttjd' by �.his' bjjcjlher, W. I. Spott, of Packenham. Rev. Mr. Malcq'ni perforijied the ceremony. A daihty weddiiig dinner followed, after which Mr. and Mrs. Scott left for a trip to the larger ^ cities. They will take up housekeepii^g in the house lately occu'pi^ by' Mr. A. W^ McKay on Bay street. Both the ypijng 'peonle are extremely wiall knpWn and deservedly j^pular' in tovn> and 'the Star '5iii.� with their ^osts of fi*iends in ' extending cpngr|itulation8 and good wishes. E. B. Eddy, the well kpqim pu per a^d f^tjpl* tQ&^l^^^o^.ni'er, Hull, Que., IB de&l. "' " " * Hiram Keeoh, Tamworth, Ont. has been appointed Doipinion bin* dar.lwiM iUFMtorJor Al.b�^ (lood for thf Town Thepiesence and operation in any town of an estahUkhment conducted on the principles that characterize Southard's big new store cannot fail to be of benefit, directly an^ indirectly to the whole town. The reputation of this town is augmented to a great extent by thia exemplary businesa house, and all our people derive not only pride but, profit, ^m its existence.' Tlie Watfr Cure This method of correction may be an effectiye remedy for apme habits, but for other habits there are other and milder treatments. The habit of extravagence, for in-stuace, will bequiojily and permanently overcome, and the habit of saving formed instead, if the patient will trade all the time with Southard. Badly Bitten Several families living on the outskirts of thie 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. To a Finish Most people admire gameness. They like to see any undertaking carried to a finisbjonce it is started. Southard has started to reduce his elegant stock of men's furnishings, etc., and he ia going to make it a finish by giving indbicements no one can resist. a A gentleman drove a spirited horse up to the front of Southarl's store yesterday afternoon, jumped hastily from the stylish runabout, and saved at least 15.00 on an order [eft!with the firm for a new suit of ^e are prepared to antioipiate your wanto and have seleoied' in advance the b�8t stock of men's ftirnishin^s, clothing,' boots and shoes, hai;s, caps, etc., that ttiie market affords fof your cKbosing. We know you will fin^ heire tliat 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 adverti8�>.. merit sent out by Southard. Good money is as good to yon as to any one. Why not save all you can? We'll show you how.- Southani. Fred-No need to waste tim� looking further. Southard's hava just the goods we need and the price is within your means.-Kate ......1IMtf>tMMfOiaitaata>>i>MM| GcnetaJ jyierchjints, Lethbridge BUY AND SELL FOR CASH Qfl^ seeount of thf Iwen eOMfipetitioA from Wimiipeg to the Rockies* in. U|c best intcrfsts of all eoaeenied, A. Maedonald V Co. will, on wmI I after the 1st of April next, sell for eash only. Prices Win bg Reasonable F.^r (^ayei|�^;i^ of iUAchers ajpeciiU amuigements can be made. M zccoWt^ ^^^^P^^^^y March next; M��*-M>.MM.MJ.M.IMimV-M.M**!****�************MMM�� A IjOCALJUOGEr. John Machray, a v?ig, was sentenced to sierve 14" days. ' �f-rr;- ~ � ^ - -,.r- Willpw Branch, Rebekah lotlge, wjllhplda meeting on the 22nd. T|ie Supreme Court sits here the first Tuesday in March. Chief Justice Sifton will preside. A. Angelo was severely. burnetl ftl^uttlie face* a few days ago while at work'at the bjrewery. A. E. Smith, Winniijeg, has arrive^ to take charge of the printing department of the Ford Stjitionery Hovis'e. Fred Patton, Cmnbrook. is taking J. (ireenwood's place at the C P. R. }>aggage room for a couple of we(3ks. Hon, L. G. DeVeber was elected _ nieinber of the Committee on Ajj-peals of the Albert^ Curling Association. A. C. Liphanlt, l)rother of W. C, .^ipliardt,'has been appointed a icehse commissioner for the town of; Fernie. A petition will be presented to the toWtl council tonight opposing the proposed transfer track on Smith'St.. Mr. Weris, R. R. Jigent, left for Lethbridge on Monday, acrompan-ieS,by his daughter, Miss Lyrie.-Okildfton Stor. The last Alberta. Gaaette contains the appointment orThos;*^ R.' Faddis, Stirling, and W. W. Dpiog. iMi' TiW, ak'auditdva. Wan ted-A good general servn n t Apply to Mrs. MacMicking. t.f. Al Morris is rapidly regaining his strength and expects to be on the street shaking hands with bis 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. Lost, yesterday afternoon, between the Barracks and the IJnion Bank a long black pocket book, containing ?148, ten $10 bills, eight $o bills, three $2 bills and two $1 bills, two small photographs and some private pa.pers. 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-^ . ^ j pital by rural districts is as follows: The License Commissioners will | Raymond, S479.25, Stirling, $166. uieet at Macleod on March 7th to j 60, Magrath, $129.80. The rule is deal with John Arthur's application l that ontside patients should ,pay, for a hotel license at Leavings and: either by themselves or the Wm-~^ Jos McDougall's request for a , cipality from which they come, transfer of the Knox hotel license at Leavings. A. Campbell, who has been in , xiT T t L u a u the employ of A. Southard since Rev. W. L. Armstrong, B.A., September, left town on Monday p Portage la Praine, brother of ,jg,,t Taber, where he will es-Mrs Sharpe and Miss Armstrong, 4^1,1,^1, a gent's furnishing buki-of this town, has accepted ^n niv.-;,^.gg CampbeU is a compe- tation to St, Paul's Church, one of experienced man and the leadmg Methorhst churches of ^^^^ ^.{g success in his ven- Toronto. Mrs. Ed. McCarthy returned on Monday from Lethbridge with her little daughter who is under treatment for an accident to her eye. While the little one is unable to see yet, all hope that she thay be able to do so has not yet been alMindoned.-Raymond Chronicle Bev. Mr. Hillemd, Claresholm, Biwnt Sunda;^ in town. oonduct:ing s' Scandinavian service at Wekley bhurch. He reports 'tio alxktetiient ii� t^e prosperity of his tipwh and preparations for a h,tf^ amount of building during the'ooming aeaaoa. ture in the east. growing town to the The Public school teachers and a few others were entertained by Mr. and Mrs, J. Morgan attlieir home last Thursday e^'emng. The pedagogues met as an association and ; discussed the subject of "Primary;: Language" which was introduced > by an able pai^er given by Mias ' Nimmons. An interesting and' profitable discussion fpuoired. Business being concluded, tlhe''^-'; -' ance of the evening was ""y-pltTM,'.' antly spent in a social way. t> ;