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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald LI.IHBKIDGE. ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARIT 21, 190�. NUMBER 16 le Canadian Bank of Commerce HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO Paid-up Capital. $10,000,000 Reserve Fund. 14.500.000 HdN iCISO. A. COX. Prr.si(,-nt 135 BRANCHES CANADA AND TllK UNITED STATES A f;cnerhc Bell aod Telapboiie against a Protest made to Town Council track the BY A NUMBER OF RATEPAYERS Council to cotifer with Railroads about Available Sites. by Possibility of fire created sparks from the locomotives. Danger to chilflreri ami others in the vicinity. Like]iho(xl of laxtis and iusur-arico being increased. Tiicse were the three principal arguments " fidvniiced against the pro[jose(l tninst'er track for the accommodation of wholesale houses on Smith street, at Monday niji^ht's meeting of the council. A couple of dozen ratepfiyers gathered to support a petition (igainstthe tnick. L. M. Johnstone presented the case of tlie petitioners, Brown Pipes, I. M. Pierce. A. Gr. Nrtunity knocks at your door every time you read an advertisement sent out by Southard. Good money is as good to you at Mind Reading We are prepared to anticipate your wants and have selected in advance the best stock of men's furnishings, clothing, boots and shoes, hats, caps, etc, that the market affords for your choo.sing. We know you will find here that which will suit you.-- A, Southard. to any one. can? We'll Southard. Why not save all you show you how.-A.' .1 Fred-No need to waste time looking further. Southard's have just the goods we need and the price is within your means.-Kate POLITICIANS^ IN TOWN Said to have been here on Important Mission. Maitland S. McCarthy, M. P and J. J. Young, ex M. L. A., proprietor of the Calgary Herald, spent yesterday in town. They were with W. C. Ives most of the day, a fact which has led gossip spreaders to say that the ix>8sibil-ity of a vacancy in the representation of Lethbridge in the Alberta legislature, through the likely appointment of Hon. Dr. DeVeber to the Senate, occasioned the visit. Both gentlemen are Conservative leaders and interested in the welfare of the partv in Alberta. The Herald was informed that the visit of the two gentlemen to Lethbridge was of a private nature but later we heard it had to do with urging a contest in this riding in case a vacancy took place. It is even rumored that a proposal was made to place m the field a leading Conservative who would become leader of the party in this province. Telegraphic Briefs (Today's Specials to the Herald) Hon. G. W. Ross was so feeble he had to sit while making a speech in the Ontario Legislature. The Conservatives will oppose Hon. Wm. Templeman in Victoria, B. C, Dr. Tyreman, who is in Toronto, has mailed his resignation of the Prince Albert, Sask., seat. .. Germany has refused Frances concession re Aloroccan police. This means a deadlock and there is serious apprehension of trouble. Canadian missionaries in China are reported not to be in danger John A. McCall, late president of the New York Life, is dead, ' A. Macdonald & Co. General Merchants, Lethbridge True Business Principlesi BUY AND SELL FOR GASH and after On account of the keen competition from Winnipeg to the Rockies ^ in the best interests of all concerned, A. Macdonald ft* Co. will, on and Z the 1st of April next, sell for cash only. Prices Will be Reasonable For Convemence of Ranchers special �rr�ii�emei>l� c�i> b� ii�ae. All accounts must be paid by 3Jst March nextl A LOCAL BUDGET. Thr- seed fair and stock judging; School oiX!ue(l toilay. The animals judged, this uioniing will ho slaughterf>d and dressed anil tlu' carcasses will he on ^iew tomorrow aftarnoon. The poultry show promises'to sui pass last ye, n-. It will be held on Friday. Entries have been received from Calgary and ex-hil>its are expected from .Madeod, Medicine Hat and otinT points. Tue hall will lir opcit to thu public from 2 p. ui. Delmar Wilson, a man who has beiMi in the employ of several people aronnd town, liMarly Mi-. Fowler, the blacksmith, since the new yerr. was arrest(>(l on Monday on tile chargt^ of forgery. It is alleged he raisiid a SIO cheque to iJltX). Ho! was arrested by Sei'gt. Goodwin and })laced in the hands of Shorifl' (,)nitin, of Butte, Montana, wheri> tlic i.ffence ived un ectingof th. new athletic I Sfeam LauudFy Opening tisrfociation iiist Friday evening,! _ if r 9 th(� following provisional directors To (he citizens of Lethbridge: wLiiMlectediC. J. Eckslorni, chair- The new steam laundry will be A. M. Grace. Feed Rooney, j ofjen to your inspection on Monday (u'o, Houlc, Fre iturday ()t:i UiaL ciill at Htf one of the best laundry plants in Canada. Yours for good laundry, hv.THBiiWGE Steam LaUSDBY Co., ltd Wanted-A good general servant Apply to Mrs. MaoMicking. t.f. (hi t^itunlay niglit about u^.'lock the t'rauii' house, uccu !,Y Warren AIoLeun. caretaker I \ \\ & I. Co. BUihk'S at the Junc-' \va.'' <'(jui)1('s who atttmde*!, to be oiih of tlie most, pleamnt social aH'airs of the sea-Bim. Excelli'nt music was funush-e