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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta For Aft(Mnoori Teas, Re-coivinK D.'iys. tmd Social l']vri(lgrly occupied by E. L. McEwen. The Stanley Adams Company used a Mason Risch piano, wiring to Toronto for permission to do so. Don't miss hearing cunning Babe Mason with the Juvenile Bostoni-ans at the Opera House, March 1 and 2. Mr. Anderson is coming here to assume ffice has been built, and people can reach our building now without any difficulty. Call and see us. Rev. A. M.Gordon was the guest of honor at a banquet at Calgary given by former students of Queen'.s L'niversity of which Mr. Goitlon's father is principal. The Allierta Realty Co. has dis-p'sed of a township of land, 25 niileH nortli of here, to an American jijintlenuin. Wm. Ingram also ])arciuised 1500 acres of dry land. Two Washington Territory farin-(irt, Messrs. Wagner and Farrell, liave l)ouglit farms in the vicinity of i.ethbridge. There promises to be II lot of people from Oregon and \V. T. locate in this district this spring. Mr. Hackett, of Spokane, Washington Territory, has purchased a No ix>rtion of our establishment has, in our twenty-two years of business in the west, received more careful thought than our Dispensing Department Vou may \m- sure of accuracy Watch our window for special values ill spring iilothing. The 2 Macs. A. Southard is optwiing a department for ladies' tailor made costumes. A hose reel, with a sufficient sap])ly of hose, will lie placed iri a centrql location in the North Wanl. For Sale .An up-to-date barber 4 ____-t......A f,:, shop for sale cheap, on easy terms pro.nptness, purity and fair pnces ^ Lisonbee. Tabor, with all prescrijjtions left at Alta. 5il� Telephone 49 Night Bell Lovers of nmsic should not miss hearing Master Allan McDougal, the famous boy soprano, with the Juvenile Bostonians. March 1 _ and 2. Mr. and Miss Bowser are in from Just received, a large shipment the; Little Bow, visiting their of spring clothing at The 2 Macs, brother, who is ill in the hospital. Herb McGuire left last Thurs- They are staying at the Lethbridge day for the Pacific coast, where he �otel. will locate. Mrs. Kirkham's cosy apart- The new steam laundry will be Coiddale were the open for inspection of citizens on : ^c�ne of a jolly little party on Mon-Monday afternoon. ! ^'^y �v�niiig, when she entertained , , , w . a few friends at "500." Mrs. Macdonnell, Lochgarry: . . ranche, will receive on the first i ^he McPhee Company will give Wednesday of the month. iopen air concert on Tuesday Mr. Harland, of Fishburn, who � for the entertainment of the r-' broke his leg by falhng from n | tients if the weather is favorable, horse, is being treated in the hos- ,, . . , t.t , pi^jjj I xMrs. Chi vers entertained on Wed- .1 nesday afternoon in honor of the Have you seen the very latest iri | bride-elect, Miss Vrooman. It was two-piece suits for spring The 2 :., delightful amdr and the popular Macs are showing a range at $10.50' � .  , . , to $li'>.BO. Mrs. Geo. Robinson was the hostess at a pleasant afternoon tea on Saturday last, in honor ol Miss Vroomau. Dottie Sharp, the four year old daughter of W. Sharp, Cardston, died in the Gait hospital last week. She had been ill for some time, J. C. Cahoon, Cardston, was in town last week. His new hotel in that town will be opened on March 1. H. A. Willis is to manage it. Zoa Greenaugh, the little star from Salt Lake, is blessed with a lovely voice and pretty face. Hear her with the Juvenile Bostonians, March 1 and 2. A special meeting of the Hospit al Aid will be held at Mrs. Mew burn's an Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. All members are request ed to be present. for in guest was the recipient of a shower of useful gifts. Chief Parry has applied another policeman to assist maintaining order in the town. The chairman of the license and police committee will look into the matter and report to the council. For Sale-Three lots, 25 x 225 feet. These three lots have on them about 75 maple trees, 4 years old, and is a beautiful place for a residence. Will be sold cheap for cash. These lots are on Bom pas street. Apply to Wm. Taylor.31 4i Duncan Smith, of the contracting firm of Smith Bros, and Wilson, received a wire to go to Re-giiia on Monday. The firm put in a tender for the building of the new city hall there, and evidently they are beingfavorably considered. Rev. G. J. C. White and Mrs. 1 lo oe preseni. White have returned from their , , . .. , extended trip to the coast. They Miss Nelson, stenographer in the ^^^^^^ ^ delightful time, and are Kce of Simmons and Bennett at ^j, ^^^.^^^ beautifiil seen- ery of the Rockies and of the great possibilities and attractions of the Pacific province. VV^e understtind that the prospects are bright for a considerable amount of immigration into the Little Bow district this spring. Homesteading is rapidly pushing into the ranching country. About sixty settlers are expected to locate near Coyote Flats. \V. F. Russell, Taber, who was in town yesterday, informed the Herald that he had closed a big deal in a coal mining property there. The half interest of Mr. Marclessault in the Consolidated Coal Co. was disixjsed of to Mr Wilcox, of Taber, for $15,000. office w.^...______________ Carrlston, has been appointed to position in the department of Agriculture at Edmonton. C. G. K. Nourse, manager of the Bank of Commerce, has been notified of the opening of branches of the bank at Humboldt and Lang-ham, in Saskatchewan. Ccnductors Niblock and Muir, of Medicine Hat, and Jackson and Hunt of Cran brook, met last week as a committee to further adjust the seniority list of conductors on the Crow. The A. R. & I. Co announces that it is in a position to furnish 100,000 trees to Raymond, Magruth and Stirling this year. Of the trees planted last year, 85 per cent entered upon the winter alive and in good growing condition. Mrs. Olshaskie, wife of Matys Olshaskie, died very suddenly on Monday night. She had just step-IJed outside the door when she fell and died before help could reach her. The funeral took place today (Wednesday) to the Catholic cemetery. Mr. A Carruthers, of the well-known WinniiJeg firm, dealers in furs, hides and wool, is spending a few days in town in the interests of his business. He is favorably ini-pnssed with Lethbridge as a centre for the south country, and may establish an agency here. On Friday evening Mrs. Mew-burn entertained in' her usual tract et and on the Kootenay river ; charming manner. Euchre was soutli ot Maitleotl. He inspected played and the prizes were won by .I^dinonton to Mrs. Nealeand Messrs. Hardie and .Bal'leford before locating, and de- Geo. Rogers. Mrs. Mewburn was cliuv.^ that Southern Alberta is the also hostess at a tea on Monday af- best tanning country he ever set ternoon and a lai^e number of eyes upun. l^^jeg enjoyed her hospitality. BRIGHT BOY High Financier-"My son, I am pained to hear that you !\re al the fxat 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 Bright Boys know G. H. Johnston || Sells Good Tweed Suits at; Reasonable Prices I $2.75 to $5.50 A........................................* Smoke the "Lethbridge Belle," and patronize home industry. Itf A very pretty wedding took place at Wesley church on Tuesday afternoon, when Rev. J. E. HugLson united in marriage Mr. Thomas George Shirley," of Lethbridge, and Miss Jane Hale, of Oddintrton. Gloucestershire, Eng. The happy couple will make their residence in Lethbridge. C. A. Magrath attended the annual meeting of the shareholders of the Raymond Milling Conil pany last week. The usua dividend of 10 per cent was declared. Mr. Magrath was re-elected a director. The mill is running double shifts. About 7000 sacks of flour haye been shipped to the Orient since November. Dr. Campbell left on Monday for Lethbridgetocommencehispractice there as the junior member of th new professional firm of Drs. DeVeber and Campbell. Rather a bad combination politically but doctorially, it's all O. K. The Star will ever wish Dr. Campbell success in his new sphere and hope that his patients in Lethbridge will appreciate his presence as the people of Cardston have done.-, Canlston Star. At dances is not the only place where the revival hymn that is said to have won many to the right path will be heard. The Glory Song is playecl in the Toronto skating rinks as well and the skater finds it inspiriting while gliding over the ice in the light of the moon. On a recent night at Central rink, Toronto, the Glory Song was played with other popular airs notwith-stivnding there was a Methodist skating paity in attendance. The death occurred at the hospital last week of August Wood, who has been a familiar figure at the hospital for some time. He | was Dr. Galbraith's first patient when the doctor began his prac-; tice here. The funeral took place ; on Sunday at 4 p. m., the Rev. J. E. Hughsoh officiating. A short service was held at the hospital, and quite a number of friends fol-lowed the remains to the new cemetery, where interment took place. The deceased had an interest in several mining claims in the Pass, and he transferred his title to them to the hospital. It is reix)rted in Calf,'ary that J. S. Dennis will be removed to Victoria, B. C, and that K. R. Jamie-son will suc�;etl him in charge of the irrigation department of the C. P. R. Macleod Board of Trade does not like the idea of .Justice Harvey living in Calgary, and lias passed a resolution asking that the Judge be j3ernianently located in Macleod and retpiired to reside there, \V m. Morris has disixjsed of his , interest in the Morris Transfer Co. I to M. Hendricks, who has been a i partner in the business for several months. Mr. Morris will likely take up another vocation in the Hear future. Geo. M. Hatch, U. S. consul, was welcomed to town last week after his visit to the States. He is looking well and is as fond of Lethbridge as ever. He exioects that a number of Americans will locate in this district this spring. A number of citizens saw two carloads of horses and scraijers come into the station here on Monday, and immediately concluded *.hey were for the work of grading, .a preparation for enlarging the yards here. It was a false alarm, however, as the outfit was on its way to Nebraska. It is to be hoped, however, the work of grading will soon be commenced here. S. D. Scott, editor of the St. .lohn, N. B., Sun, and brother-in-law of Brown Pipes, has been offered, an Amherst, N. B., paper says, the editorial chair of a Conservative paper in Winnipeg. Mr. Scott is one of the ablest newspaper men in the Maritime Provinces, and the Amherst paper says there is no better informed or better read man in Canadian journalism. The Frank paper is authority for the statement, which it says is accurate, that there will be an enormous expansion in the coal industry along the Crow's Nest Pass in a very short time. The pai^er is in possession of what apijears to be inside information of a reliable character, to the eflfect that the C. P. R. will begin the work of making another Femie of Hosmer, and that the Great Northern will enter the coal-producing field by oiJening up a mine south of Pincher Creek. Seldom, if ever, have the people of Lethbridge had the pleasure of listening to as high-class musicians as Mine. Beatrice Langley, Miss Myrtle M^gy and Mr. Stanley Adams, who appeared at Oliver's hall on Saturday evening before delighted audiences. Mme. Lnng-ley is a violinist of rare ability, while Miss Meggy, though yet in her teens, is a marvel as a pianist. Mr. Adams' voice was in fine form both evenings, and he rendered his numbers in a manner that pleased everybody. Wanted-A chambermaid. Apply to Hotel Lethbridge. tf Between two and three o'clock on Monday morning the heavy wind blew down a brick chimney on the roof of the store of Miss McLeay. The brick fell with such force that it caused the plaster on the ceiling in the room below to fall. Miss Ena McLeay, who has been ill for some weeks, was occupying this room and the plaster fell on her body but fortunately did not strike her head. The shock, her friends will be glad to know, did not have any injurious effect, her condition on Monday being somewhat improved. The new A. R. and I. Co. private car, 'Lethbridge," which was here a few weeks ago, was built at the C. P. R. shops, Montreal. Its dimensions are 62 feet long over all, and 9 feet 8 inches wide, with observation platforms at each end, 3 teet 4 inches deep. The car is divided from front to rear as follows-dining room 11 feet 6 inches; baggage room 3feet; kitchen 7 feet 10 inches; porters' room 4 feet 6 inches; bathroom 10 feet; bathroom and gsneral toilet room; open seats, arranged to make into berths when required, and office desk; observation room.  The South Alberta Land and Colonization Company had a remarkably successful year, as theii-financial statement, published in another column, evidences. This company owns a fine tract of land east of Leavings, and through their efforts a good deal of it has been settled upon by enterprising farmers. The shareholders decided to reduce the number of directors from seven to five, and these were elected: Messrs. Livingstone, Bruce, Simmons, Rooney and Dr. Mc-Clure The directors electetl Dr. McClure, president; W. C. Simmons, vice-president and manager; and Dr. Cragg, secretary. A thing that is very greatly needed in conjunction- with the Gait hospital is a small building thai would serve as a combined morgue and chapwii a short time ago from Nortli Dakota, The plans show two eottagf": and a double house, in one of which Mr, Ingram will live, the others being held for tenants. These residences willadd greatly to that section of the tomi. An iuiiiiedJate necessity is !he (extension of the water and S(nvernge system along Crabb sti'eef to C'onrt-land. We understand that an ap-pliealion for such an extension is ikely lo lie made to the town authorities. Mr. Ingram iiii.s ev(?ry confidence in the future uf the Lethbridge district, and lias shown his faith by purchasing irrigation lands, and by puttiu.g his money in town property. Coming Andrew Mc- Phee's Big' - Company - 25 People, Band and Orchestra 2 NIGHTS. FEB. 27 and 28 Presenting FOR HOME AND HONOR ftnd THE HAND OF MAN Special features McCue Troupe of Acrobats, Prof. Downie's Trained Dogs, LazelJ Musical Artistes. The gri^at Jacobs Hand Babincer. Now the largest, always the best. Prices iibc: 5Uc and 75c. Seats on sale at Higinlwthain'sdrugstore A Diamond Ring on a Gentleman's Finger lot say a word-but a lot of talking. Does it does nevertheless. It indicates prosiH>rify. It stand.s for financial re-S[X)Usibili(.y.  If evidences success.  And its iiiHuitnce for goiKl ^ is far-reaching. And it is worOi its price any time the wearer may (icrfire to dispose uf it. We re<|uest an exaiiiinatioii of our Diamond Ring display and promise to match the highest qualifies and the lowest prices that can bo found anywhere. R.A.WRIGHT I The Jeweler ?l Awngveiopes During Stocktaking we sell :B: I? our Envelopes at 60c per li box of 500. 5*t ti ROBERT SAGE THE BOOK STORE. C. W.GRAY IS MAKING PRICES SIZZLE ON ALL KINDS OF HEATERS these days. He is bound to pass them out at once and offers baiTgaiiis that should make warm buying. .  , . � ^ C. W. GRAY ^ THE HARDWARE MERCiX.A .MT. TELEPHONE 66 GALLAHER'S SMOKING - TOBACCOS Most complete assortment of PIPES AND SMOKERS' SUNDRIES AH the best brands of Cigars, domestic and imported. Gauong Brother's Chocolates. I Wallace CE)L Hoselton I B!� Cash Sale of I Tailor Made O thes j From now until March 1st we will give you your * choice of any Suit in the window from $23.00 on  to $25.00. These prices can't last, so get your J Suits now while they are cheap.  k A. A. A A A A A A A A A AAA 1 Kins Lumber Mills : LIMITED : Cranbrook, B. C. MANUFACTURERS OF Rough and Dressed Lumber | Moulding and Lath UETjjBRIDGE^RFW1NG & MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, ile ami Poii THE BEST IN THE WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attentiou iiii iiiiii ;