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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta W JUrlltifllon FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMOOAflON fpH THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCEILENT CUISINE BAfHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$!..S(> A DAY  : : t LETHBRIDGE ~ ALBERTA | A LOCAL BUDGET. IF YOU BUILD YOU NEED If yow are wise you will buy your Luiuher where j'ou can get it the best at a reasonable price-iiml get it when you want it. Woif..nd)e Lumber of Every Description Our source of supply is uulimitetl anil yon can depend upon getting what"you ask for. ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. W. McNrcoL, Generiil Manager, Lethbridge, Alfa. Branches at Taber, Nanton, Leaving. Cit dstoa. Pincher Creek and Migli River o:o:o:oto:o:o:o:c��kq:^^^ TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MIRON 0:0:010:0:0:0:0:0:010:0:0:0:0:0:0^ Stocktaking Month Great Bargains in all odd lines of Groceries. Crockerv and Glassware, etc. Also a big SLAUGHTER SALE of"oiir stock of Gents' Furnishings, consisting of Shirts. Underwear, Overalls, Sweaters, Socks, Gloves, mitts, etc. These must all go at jirices that will sell them this .month, as we have decided to go out of these lines. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO I STANDARD [Lumber Coy aler, i. C, 1 A PULL STOCK OP : Rough and Dressed Lumber; Prompt shipments made to any part of AllxM-ta SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers ETT, B. A. Building ' Ma terial We csn supply you with Sashes and Ooor8,JWindow and Door Frames ; Office, Bank and House Fittings. FINISHED LUMBER & TURNINGS OF^ALL KINDS Clear and common lumber on hand Quotations promiJtly given on application CRANBROOK Sasb & Door Factory CBANDBOOK, B C. ( i,-M!(jl;cl'> SIM'lkilli;- tohiUfO al \\'";iliiirc A- Hiisflton's tHti 'I'hci'i' is talk (if tlic Hcncdicts iii\inL;'a tmll afliT I'laster A. .1. .McLean was in \\'iiini|u'g IK. a bnsim ss ti-ip last week. i'lic I'lank of C'oiiinieri'c opcneii a iiiviMfli at [icavings today.- !�;. and IV W. ("ay.air. ol' Canl-stun. were in town last week. Koster [)n'iliets a wiirin wave will swiM.'p ov(>r (.^an-ida this week. V. y. Bennett went east toMinli-eiiie Hal on Monilay evening Don't fail to read the advts., tliey are tiileil with news for the sjiopprrs. Mrs, and Miss Mewburn. of Calgary, are the guests of Dr. and Mis. Mewburn. Mrs. Hastings Lang and Mrs. W. W. Douglas, of Taber, were in town last week. V. v. Hennett, atteniled a meeting of Queen's College graduates in Calgary recently. Robt. McKelvie. brother of A. R. McKelvie, was held up on the streets of Brandon and robbetl, Gordon Elwyn, the young son of Mrs. Clair Ehvyn, is in the hospital lieing treated for an abscess of the face. Sinnnons tt Bennett, banisters, iiave fi.xed their ofHce days at Taber on the first and third Saturdays of the mouth. The Herald extends sympathy to Harry J. Mathieson, editor of the Blairmore Times, uixdu the death of his wife. The town council has decided to defer action on ijetitions for sidewalks and sewers until all petitions have been receiveti. It is reported that a private bank will be established at Claresholm by Dakota capitalists. It will have a capital of 150,000. Frank AV. Webster, Groat Falls, and A. D. Robinson, Coutts, who operates a big ranch at Milk River, were in town last week' J, Salay, late of Montreal, announces that he will open a ladies' tailoring busineas in the store, east of Brodie & StaiJ'ord's. It is reported that, a dozen or more of the Belgian immigrants who recently came out to Canada will settle in this district. J. Moe. of ^lacleod, will assume lis new duties as C. P. R. 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 Grass, Sask. is taking his place. A. V. Dooley was in Blairmore last week. The bottling works of the Lethbridge Brewing Co., to be built there, will be of stone, and not of brick, as previously announced. Miss MiilllujUaiid. nurse at the tialt. Hosi)ital, lias ri'sigiud ami gone to I'incluM- (^rcek. .1. L. Gray, the Milk rivi^r rancher was in towirihe other day. on lii^ way from a trip to the east. C. A. (iigot. manager of tli>' Union Bank, (.^unlston and Mrs Gigot, were in town last week. A man named Walker, charged Willi assulting a Slav at no 8. was Hneth-bridRe. t. f. Mrs. P. L. Naismith entertained at "Military Euchre" last Wednesday evening, ami it was a most leiightfnl function. The handsome prizes for the successful contestants were won by Mrs. Mew. bum, Mrs. Cunningham and Messrs Freeman and O'Donnell. Geo. M. Hatch. U. 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-IDecially Alberta, is Ix'iug talked about by farmers all through the Western States. Lethbridge friends, and he had a host here, were shocked to learn of the death of C. N. Campbell, clerk of the court at Maclecd. on Wednesday last. He had only been ill 36 hours. Mr. Campbell, was one of the best known men in Southern Alberta and had been clerk of the court for almost 20 years. A Calgary despatch to the Herald to day says that the new C. P. R. time table does not provide a through service between Calgary and Lethbridge. Local C. P. R. agent McCrea explains that this service will not be introduced un-tilt terminals are completed bare, superintendent Erickson, in the near future, will take over the Cal-garj-Macleod branch. AgricuJtvtral Institute Meetings A series of .Xurirulliiral Mei-i-ings will be held under tin- joint auspices uf tlu' Provincial Department of Agriculture and the local Agricultural Societies at the iiiii!i r mentioned phuvs and dales: Lethbridge, 2 and 8 p. m March 9th Stirling, 2 and 8 p. in., March lOth The speakers and their subjects are as follows: A. MITCHELL Macleod Forestry" D. VV. WARNER Edmonton "Preservation of Soil Moisture. A. W, FOLEY Bowmainille. Ont. "Poultry Raising." This week we direct special attention to our Spring A cordial invitation is extended to all interested in agriculture to attend. Geo. Harcourt Deputy iMinistei Agriculture. of A Township For Sale I have for sale the valuable Farm Lands in Townshi)i U. Kang;' 1."). This is a great opportunity for intending settlers, or any person anxious to invest in farm lands Taber Lots also for SaU. Heal w. Estate F. RUSSELL Agent Taller. Alta. The Guild of St Monica's wiU hold a novel entertainment Thursday evening. Feb. 22, in the form of a cellar and belt auction and social [HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY TENDERS FARMS FOR SALE. 320 acre farm for sale--i*0 acres ill fall wheal. 70 acres in summer fallow, TOyi'l tij brake, balance fenced for paslun'. and rolling. Six miles from two elevators and town. Good well of water and new puiniJ. 2 room house. Gnniary, SCO capacity. Stable for 1 horses. Corall and otheriniprovenients. Price on application. *i40 acre iariii for sale- -90 broken, H20 fenced. Good well. Small house and barn. There is not two iicrt's of N.aste land on the section. 5 mill's ffoni two elevators and town. I'ricc on application. Address W. H . care of the Herald For Men, just received from New York Purchased from the makers, there is no middle profit-you get the benefit. Prices $2.25, $2.75, $3.00, and $3.25 each, for High Grade American Hats. - - - - Come in and See Them Cbe Bentley ?o y, Dd WHOLESALE AM) RI-TAIL :o:o:o:o:o:o:om):oio!oa:^^^^ - STOVES - WE HAVE LEFT A FEW HEATERS AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES THE LEADING PLUMBERS AND STEAMFITTERS ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN ON ALL CLASSES OF WORK. JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO m if (Uakely FOR SALE. PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER,THREE This market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the district. JrK.�D HOPKINS. 4� PROP, C. B. BOWMAN Heal Estate and I Insurance Agent V ilONEY TO LOAN .Marifiage LlMiMi luiwd OFFICE: FIRE HALL ADD'N Wot of Pott Office BRIGHT and SPARKLING Wu.es for the ebliorate banquet or iti- siau'le family repast can be i;rderei3 from us wlih ill; certainty ttint tl.e (jiiallty wl!l be hiuh and the ()i icrt moderate. Our eign and Uouieulc Wines I'fc i;a lit-ri'i! from the be^i growers . bra:! and al home. These are a few of ihR Intereslii g items: Im-n^Tiert Cbampanne, Moet and Chan-(Ijn, I'omerv Sec, Mumm's Extra Dry. M. E~ROV Wholesale Dealer hi V('1NK:-, liquors and cigars Phoiic Vl. LclhbrSilRC, Alia. Tenders will Ijo received by the evening at Kiverview, the residence undersigned until noon Satumay, of C. F. P. Conybeare, K.. 2il2 February 17th, for new stores for . TI,eL.U,b,idge Brick Co. �;� {.IjlliJ-S ll?Sw?.,d fo^tl: TS'^brir ditiol.^ their pr.,.i�. .t Oa|. ConiiMiy's output this year will be ^^^^^ George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliablo Yard North of Freight Shod. Widest Choice Higliest Grades Lowest Prices YARDS AT LETHBRIDGE. RAYMOND. STIRLING. TABOR. It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buying Elaowhere. fully^ 1.500,000. It 'is expected work will be commenced early in April. Till' rink. conipose�l of F. Barnes, skip. T. Vrooman, T. Simon and F. Kenny won the Johnston hats. Ill the semi-finals they dt featwl J. Bruce by 17 to 2 and in the finals, they won from the Mavericks by 12 to0, Mr. lOvans is much im-preefsd with Lethbridge and expects to Ijiiild 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 ])rize winners were Mrs. Chiv-ers, Mrs. Buchanan and Mr. C. G. K. Nourse. During the evening Miss l^urnelt sang a solo in her usual charming style. Mr. C. R. Mitchell, of Medicine Hat, wis amongst the guests. Wm. Thompson has arrived from .Calgary to take a position bb 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 tliis paper. Mr. Tliompson is a basebal player and will likely figure on the local team this year. Mrs. Thompson and datighter will come to Lethbridge in a week or so. Separate tenders for the plumbing and heating only, the rennin-der in bulk. A deposit of 5 ijer cent, (five per cent) to accompany tenders. Plans and specitications may be seen at the officeof the comfmny's architect, John Woodman, 2(5 and 27 Mercahnt's Bank, Winnipeg, 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. 23 One of the best hotels on the Calgary aiid Edmonton railroad. Everything new and up-to-date. This hoU4 i.s doing a first class busines.^s. One of the best livery barns in Alberta. 40 head of drivers and saddle horses. Rigs and harness, robes and lap rugs, everything complete. First class ranch and farm lands, improved and imimproved. We have aciioice lot of dwellings and residenti.il lots to choose from. Boanling house, a good reason for selluig. This is a snap. One registered Cleveland bay stallion. Price right. Ooml stock horse. Help, male or female, dining room girls, chambermaids am' housekei'perb secured. For further i^articulars apply to Er.Li.s & McLean. Wetaskawin, Alta. South Alberta Land and Colonization Company Farm for Sale An 80 acre farm on the irriga tion ditch, about 5 miles from Lethbridge, for sale at a bargain On the premises are a small house and stable, reservoir. About 10 aeres are broken, and fenced, Apply to J. A. McGutKu, North Wanl. tflfi STATEMENT Assets Cash on hand..........� 7948 30 Accruing due on wiles .. 17898 95 3050 acres at $5 per acre 15200 00 $41047 25 Liabilities DueC. P. R...........$14250 71 Due shareholders o n stock............... (5200 00 Due Walker & Hansen on commission....... 962 00 Balance............... 19634 54 $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(i, and that I find the same correct, and all payments supported by proper voucher; credit balance in bank being $7947.80. Robert Sage Auditor. Lethbridge, 19th Feb., 1906. K BAN'S -FOR- Hlgh-Class Confectionery FRESH- Grapes, Orang^es, Apples Fi|^s and Dates JAPANESE ORANGES ONLY 80c PER BOX OYSTI'RS AND (.El BUY -AT- J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 Drs. Mewburn & Galbraith Physicians, Surgeons, Accouchers Office-Redpath St, cor. Burdett. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. Sundays"2.30 to 3.30 p. m. Telephones 41 and 53. F. H. Mewburn W. S. Galbraith M. D. C. M. M. D. C. M. The Lethbridge Hotel E8tabli!.hed 1885 W. Henderson. Proprietor The largest and b sl|equipped hotel in Southern Albrrt.i HEADQUARTERS lOR COMMERCJIAL MEN WIIRN IN LKTIIBMIJGH STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining room and best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSuN, PROPRIETOR We believe in Good Stoves, and carry nothing flimsy or cheap YOU TAKE NO CHANCES Peo[)le want Good Stoves We soli no other kinds. AND RUN NO RISKS When you buy youi stoves from us ALL MAKES ALL KINDS ALL PRICES We want you to come in and see G. L.. VROOMAN Tlie Central Hardware Store ?????????oODnnnnnDD!: llli�IMI�WI�IMtolHlMlMlWlKlMTgIl]M ??dqq AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLD BRANDS , OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A \ NEW ST AND ^ Just drop into my new (piarters and wn/ince yourself that I am up-to-date.  The cleanest and brightest shop in^ Southern Alberta. . H OUK JQQOnQQBQPDUorjGl. .lj ;