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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta t : : FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. | GOOD ACCOMMODA f ION I L'R THE TRAVELING PUBLIC t EXCELLENT CUISINE da*k ! II llnselton's tohat CO 1Mf Shirts. f) Underwear. Overalls, Sweaters. Socks. Gloves. q mitts, etc. These must all go at prices that will soli them this month, as we have decided to go out of these lines SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO 1 r jAXo'oToioioToioTcra^^ SXSXs)SX!XgX5X5)rSX5)S>3 : STANDARD |Lumber Coy A FULL STOCK OF  Rough and Dressed Lumber: Prompt shipments made to any part of AlU-fta SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &c I.KTHUIUDUE AND CAUtHTON L.-thbridge Otliee. Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property \V. C Siuuiin-. D A , C numerate iii' ieign and Dome^c Wines . t- . i t rr.ii from ihe beit growers b u ' jiiJ at h'-me. Tlie�e are a ft* ol tr-.p n.tctcMli k items: Idi-o^r.eil Ctiatn|'�t;tif, Moet and Chan-it in, I'o-nerv Sec. Mumm'i l-'xtra i) . m. e:-roy WhotcHile iJcaler In WINK'-'. LIQUORS ami CIGARS I'nniic v.. I.iih'/ilJ|!i-. Alu George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North ol' Freight Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices VARUS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING, TABOR, It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buying Elsewhere. M.-L.-aii was iii Winnipeg ' i ;i I hi.i in ss t np last week . I'ht' Kink of t'onnneive opened i t>iiitiO.O00. Frank W. Webster, Ctreat Falls, anil A. D. Robinson, Coutts. who operates a big ranch at Milk River, were in town last week' J. Salny. late of Montreal, announces that he will open a ladies' tailoring business in the store, east of Brodie rted that, a dozen or more of the Belgian iin migrants w ho recently came out to Canada will settle in this district. �I. Moe. of Maclcod. will assume his new duties as C. P. li. agent here in a few days, G. L. McCrea intends taking a vacation before taking up work again. Mr. Hilborn. accountant in the Canadian Bank of Commerce, was summoned to Ayr. Out. owing to the illness of a relative. Mr. Turner, of Yellow (irass. Snsk. is taking liis place. A. V. DiH)Iey was in lilainnore last week. The tattling works of the Lethbridge Brewing Co., to be built there, will be of stone, and not of brick, as previously announced The Guild of St Monica's will hold a novel entertainment Thursday evening. Feb. 22,in the form of a collar and belt auction and 6ocial evening at Riverview, the residence of C. F. P. Conybeare, K . 2il2 The Lethbridge Brick Co. will install two dryers, with a capacity of 1."�.(��) bricks a day each. The CoinjMiy's output this year will be fully l.:�()U,000. It is expected work will be commenced early in April Tin- rink, composed of F. Barnes, skip. T. Vrooman. T. Simon and F. Kenny won tli�  Johnston hats, in the S"ini-(inals they defeated .1. Bruce by 17 to 2 and in the finals, they won from the Mavericks by J2 tol>. Mrs. A, K. Humphries is expected back from (ilenboro, Man, on Saturday. She will not l)e able to bring back tier sister's child, as the little one was so badly burned in the lire, which caused the loss of the lives of its father and mother, that it cannot be removed here for some time yet. II. T. Kvans, who returned to town from Pincher Creek a week or so ago. has purchased two lots on Ford st. near the Westminster road, from C. K. F. Russell, through A. M. McQueen. The price paid was Slot), .Mr. Kvans is much im-preersd with Lethbridge and expects to build on these lots in the future. Mrs. .1. W. McNicoll was the hostess of a most enjoyable "bridge" party on Thursday evening. There were four tables and the prize winners were Mrs. Chiv-crs. Mrs. Buchanan and Mr. C. (J. K. Nourse. During the evening Miss Burnett sang a solo in her usual charming style. Mr. C. R. M.tchcll, of Medicine Hat. wis amongst the guests. Win. Thompson has arrived from ('algary to take a msition os machine operator on the Herald. He is a man of long experience and as soon as the electric motor arrives, he will be able to set up all the news for this paper. Mr. Thompson is a baseball player and will likely figure on the local team this year. Mrs. Thompson and daughter will come to Lethbridge in a week or so. Miss Mullliollnnil, nurse at the tialt Hospital, lias resigned find gout- to Pincher Creek. I. L. Gray, the Milk river rancher was in tow utile other day. on hit way from a trip to the east. C. A. (iigot. manager of the I'nion Bank. Cardston and Mr-Gigot, were in town last week. A man named Walker, charged with nssulting a Slav at no 'A. was fined $1 and costs at the Barracks yesterday. Mi's. Weir and Mrs. Robertson, father and sister of Mrs. .1 W. Kean, who have been visiting here, left last week for the coast. The Alberta Legislature has been called to meet on March IMh. V.\V. Fisher. M. L A Banff, ii � said, will be elected speaker. A Glee club has been formed in town and it is proposed to give a minstrel show after Faster. H. T Cherry will be the capable conductor. Lost A diamond scarf pin. bi tween English church und Bank of Com mere, while crossing so mm Reward offered. Apply at Herald office. The jewelry store of A. F. Mo Millan, Vancouver, was entered by burglars the other night and IXK> worth of goods taken. Mr McMillan who owns considerable property here, was in Lcthbridgt a few weeks ago. To rent; furnished complete from April 1st.. l!K)t), one of tin Itnest|re8ideuce8 in Lethbridge. AH modern conveniences. Centrally located. At present it is occupied by Mr. Fred W. Downer. Appl to C. B. Bowman, agent. Leth-bridKe. t. f. Mrs. P. L. Niiistuith etitertainei at "Military Euchre" last Wednesday evening, and it was a most delightful function. The hand some prizes for the successful con testants were won by Mrs. Mew burn. Mrs. Cunningham am Messrs Freeman and O'Donnell. Geo. M. Hatch. I* S. government agent here, has returned from his trip to the south. He looks for a lot of Americans to settle here this year. The north west and es-]H'cially Alberta, is In-ing talked about by farmers all through the Western Slates. Lethbridge friends, and lie had a host here, were shocked to learn of the death of C. X. Campbell, clerk of the court at Mucin d. on Wednesday last. He had only been ill ;e introduced un-tilt tonniuals are completed here, superintendent Erickson. in the near future, will take over the Cal-gary-Macleod branch. Agricultural Institute Meetings A series of Agricultural Meet ings will lie held under the joint auspices of I he Provincial Depart tlielit of Agriculture and the local Agricultural Societies at the under mentioned places and dates: Lethbridge, 2 and 8 p. in., March 9th Stirling, 2 and 8 p. m., March 10th The speakers and their subjects are as follows: A. MITCHELL Macleod " Forestry" D. W. WARNER Edmonton "Preservation of Soil Moisture." A. W. FOLEY Mowinauvillc, nt. "Poultry Raising." A cordial invitation is extended to all interested in agriculture to attend Geo. Harcourt Deputy Minister of Agriculture. This week we direct special attention to our (' HfltS Hl'DSON'S BAY COMPANY TENDERS Tenders will be received by the undersigned until noon Saturnay. February 17th. for new stores for the Hudson's Bay Co. at Lethbridge und at Macleod. und for additions to their premises at Cal-K�ry. Sejwrato tenders for the plumbing and heating only, the rennin-der in bulk. A deposit of ;"> |jer cent, dive percent) to uccompany tenders. Plans and specifications may be seen at the officeof the coni|mny's architect, John Woodman, 2f> and 27 Mercahnt's Bank, \Vinnij>eg, also at the company's stores at Lethbridge and at Macleod. and at the offices of Hodgson and Bates, architects, Calgary. J. Woodman. Architect. NOTICE. The time has been extended for receiving the above tenders until Feb. ->:\ South Alberta Land and Colonization Company STATEMENT Asset 8 Cash on hand..........* 7!I-1N HO Vccruing due on sales .. 1785JK !�"� H052 00 Balance............... 19(584 SI 41047 25 This certifies that I have audited the books and accounts of the South Alberta Land and Colonization Company, Limited, up to 8th Feb., 190(5, und thut I find the samo correct, and all payments supported by proper voucher; credit balance in bank being $7947.80. RoBKRT SAOli Auditor. Lethbridge, 19th Feb., 1906. A Township For Sale 1 have for sale the valuab'i Farm Lands in Township 9. Rang' l"i. This is a great opportunity for intending settlers, or any person anxious to invest in farm lands For Men, just received from New York Purchased from the makers, there is no middle profit-you g:t the benefit. Prices $2.25, $2.75, $3.00, and $3.25 each, for High Grade American Hats. - Come in and See Them WllOl.KS \|.K AN!) KMTAll. Taber Lots also for Sal$. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Taber. Alta. FARMS FOR SALE. ;?2i) acre fartn for sale 90 acres in fall wheat. Tiifii'ies in summer fallow. Til vet to brake, balance fenced for |y,\-! n|-.-. and rolling. Six miles from two e|e\,itorr> and town. (ioo.| well of \a1ei and new pump. | 2 room house. (i ranary. 800 cap j acity. Stable for 1 horses. Cora 11 | and other improvements. Price on i application. I lifO acre farm for sale 90 brok- | en. ^20 fei......I. (iood well. Small 1 house ai plv to J. A. Mctiutfin, North Ward. tfPi KEAN'S --FOK High-Class Confectionery FRESH Grapes, Orang'es, Apples Figs and Dates JAPANESE OKANUES ONLY 80c PER RON OVSTliHS AM* l.Ki.KUY ------AT-- J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P. (). 'Phone 98 TKe LetHbridge Hotel Established 1S85 Henderson, Proprietor 1 W. The largest and b st Equipped hotel in Southern Alberta in; adqiaw n;us i-ok commercial men IIKil WIIKN IN LKTliH STOP at THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining room and best of goods at the bar w. iii;ni>i;ksun, pkoimuktok We believe in (lood Stoves, and carry nothing flimsy or cheup I eople want j (iood Stoves ' We sell no other kinds. YOU TAKE NO CHANCES AND RUN NO RISKS When you buy yout stoves from us ALL MAKES ALL KINDS ALL PRICES We want you to coe.e in and see o. i__vrooman The Central Hardware Store ????????a Drs. Mewbuvn & Galbraith Phyticiant, Surgeons, Accouchcri Office -Uedpath St. cor. Burdett. Hours -Before 9 a.m., 2-Mp.m., 7-8 p. m. Sundays 2.M to H.3o p. m. Telephones -11 and a'.l. F. H.MiiwniitN M. D. C. M. W. S. (i ALBHA1TII M. D. U. M. AN OLD TIMER - -----WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LiylORS AND CKJAHS IN A % NEW STAND * .Inst drop into my new iiuartcrs and cori/ince yourself that I am up-to-date. The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. 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