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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta For Aftoi-nooii Teas, Re-ceiviiiR Days, and Social Evenings : : : : ; McConkey's - Chocolate Creams Can be purchased iit bulk from : : : : J. J.JOHNSTON DRUGOIST aAd STATIONER Phone 18 Night Bell. A LOCAL BUDGET. Watch lean's ad. 5t Hard Water Soap Makes washitig easy and keeps the hunrJa like velvet lOcaCake : 25caBox No household should lie without it. Telephone 49 Night Bell Guy Publow, Calgary, isiu town. S. G. Bainl. of the Little Bow, is in town. J. W. McNicoll and wife were in Calgary last week. II. A. Christensen has returned to Pincher Creek. Come and get your share of good values. The 2 Macs. Mrs. Jesse Walker is on a visit to relatives in Calgary. Frt'd Clay, Cardston, is in the Gait Hospital undergoing an operation. Fred Downer returned on Saturday aft^r nearly two week's ab-senc*?. Lethbridge curling club reported a membership of 26 to the Alberta branch. Dr. Campbell has arrived in town from Cardston and commenc-xl practice. T. D. Kevin is progressing rapidly and ex[X)ct8 to l)e aronn! town � n a few days. Frank McMuUen, of the Bentley Co. has taken n position with a firm at Frank. Mr. Complin, formerly of the Bank of Commerce here, is now located at Nanton. Warehouse & for good hay 4tf Call ui) vVestern Transfer Co., Ltd., �nd Northern ()ats. Constable Milner, of the R. N W. M. P., is ill the hospital suflfer-ing from api.)endiciti8. A new hotel, to be called the Royal, is being erected by Medicine Hat men at Taber. The Herald subscription list is growing rapidly New subscibers are being added daily. A.H. Swerdfeger, the well known Black Spring Ridge rancher, was in town during the week. If you want the latest patterns in shirts call on The 2 Macs. A new stock just opened out. A school district has been.created at Black Spring Valley. G. Hadlord is the senior trustee. D. C. Murray, who has been all-^ing for some time, will undergo an ^^Iperation at the Gait Hospital. Whileworking at the Iron Works the other clay a piece of iron fell autl badly cut Fred Mercer's hand, (ius Neidig celebrated his birthday on Sunday. Most of his relatives gathered to spend the day with bini. The Herald job department is already busy. The first job turned out was for the Alberta Land and Colonization Co. Slaiiley Tutf has resignetl his IxjBition with the Sherlock Freeman Co. to accept a position with the Steam Laundry. Mrs. L. I). Thomas, mother of Mrs. a. C, Ives, Macleod, and grand mother of W. C. Ives, died at St. Albert, aged 83 years. Congratulations to T. McNabbi whos(^ biitlulay falls on Friday-He was born in Scotland in 184J)-May he live to be a hundretl. A. J. Alcock, who has been in iowii for some time with a broken .eg, has r((f)V(!red sufficiently to be taken tu his home at Rose Buttes. an BRIGHT BOY High Financier-"My son, I am |>ained to hear that you at the f )ot 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 I Bright Boys know Johnston | Sells Good Tweed Suits at Reasonable Prices $2.75 to $5,501 Wm. Oliver has resigned his Ix>sition as game guardian. C. V. Bennett attended the Liberal banquet at Claresliolm last week. W. S. Fleming, from Ontario, has taken chai^ge of the Rocky Coulee school. Peter Paterson, the chief organizer of the miner's union, is back in town again. Spring styles in Empress Sho�is for women now in.-W. T. Hen-son, telephone 70. 2il4 Mr. Hunter, of Manitoulin, Ont., is one of the recent settlers in the Roc'iy Coulee district. New arrivals at the 2 Macs- St'^tson's hats direct from the factory in all the latest shaiies. W. C. Liphardt has put up a row of very neat and convenient shelves in his store to display his stock of clocks. E. H. Wakely and bride arrived in town Saturday and are being warmly welcometl hv Mr. Wakt'ly's many friends. You may buy cheaper but you can ever do as well and you may pay much more and fare mneh worse. The 2 Macs. Bert Tiffin is kept busy conveying goods between Lethbridge and Raymond. Often as much as five tons are taken ont 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 $26.55 remained. Mr. and Mrs. W.T. McCaugherty entertained at a dance last Friday evening. A thoroughly enjoyable time was spent by about twenty couples. H. �. Miebach is building a large barn at the rear of his hotel. It will be a very commodious, having nearly three times the eapacity of the old bam. A quiet wedding was celebrated at the Methodist parsonage on Saturday by Rev. J. E. Hughson, when Alfred Bouchet and Miss E^dna McDougall were united in marriaee. A subscriber has asked us to send some copies of the Herald to an address in Mhinesota. He says the inquiry came for the name of the best paper in Southern Alberta. Louis Huestis, well known in Lethbridge, has returned from Oranbrook, where he has been spending the winter, and if employment offers he will remain for the summer. T. McNabb, J. H. Fleetwood, R. Sage, Rev. J. S. Chivers, G. H. Johnston and Frank Wallace will likely represent Lethbridge at the Masonic Grand Lodge in Medicine Hat next Wednesday. Venzal Sula, one of the miner's union organizers, fell on the sidewalk, In front of the Union Bank, on Saturday night, and broke a bone in his ankle. He went to the Fernie hospitT >T >7�:z: B B 3B3EEESSSS3B3BM I the Bold nmmti \ FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAflGN FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY I LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA IF YOU BUILD YOU NEED LU7VCBER If you are wise you will buy your Lumber where you can get it the best at a reasonable price-and get it when you want it. We handle Lumber of Every Description Our source of supply is unlimited and you can depend upon getting what^you ask for. ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. W, McNicoL, General Manager, Lethbridge, Alta. Branches at Tiber, Naaton, Leaviag, Cw dston, Pincher Creek and High River. i King Lumber Mills LIMITED: Oranbrook, B. C. MANUFACTURERS OF Rough and Dressed Lumber Moulding and Lath IJETHBRIDGE BREWING & 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 ;