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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 IS V 'Mif 'Mrs J. of Montana, itf' parents, Mr. ajid P plr IvitojiO sirtcwy itfviau 'Regular pi-ice 20c to 30c, to clear................2 pair for 25c Ladies' and Slippers Regular to a pair, to clear.......85c to a Special Bargains in Odd Lines oE Clothing, Suits, Pants This is our regular hulf yearly Clearing Sale before Stocktaking -OUR STOCK .OP- FUR GOODS WILL BE CLEANED OUT AT COST 35% OFF CANVAS LINED CLOTHING A. MACDONALD CO. general servant Apply to Mrs. 4. ToutV will spend ihc.wintei i in I'ulioniiu, valh her sinter, Mrs. W. H. Winter. M. K. Complin, of the Bank of Commerce, Macleod, spent Sunday and Monday iif Lethbridge. T. W. Speer, of Calgary, spent the festive season with his Bister, Mrs. B. B. Hoyt. Mrs. Jj.M. Johnston gave a very enjoyable euchre party at the Lethbridge. They were ten tables. Rev. Spencer Collins, formerly urate of St. Augustin's, is now located at Victoria West, South Africa. Gee. Blair, of Leavings, was operated upon last Thursday at the Gait hospital for appendicitis. He is doing nicely. Hick Wakely are installing a hot water heating system in the new hotel being erected at Cards- ton by JVC. Cahoon. Reed Co's bclf-raising flour excellent for all kinds of cakes and pastry, at the City Bakery. 2i8 N. Mackenzie of the Dallas, re- good at once, good wages, 0. F. P. Conybeare, A much needed sidewalk ie being built on'the north side ol! Ford si. from the City bakery to the brew- ery. Fred Downer was 'hi Maple Creek for a few days last week look- ing after his business interests there. Peter Paterson andVenzal Sula, the Miner's union organizers from Fernie, spent most GL the past week between Taber and Lethbridge, To let-To let or for sale, two new houses on Argyle avenue, one seven rooms and the other of five rooms. Apply George, Rogers, tf M. J, Hutchinsori, who spent three years in Lethbridge, is now city editor of the Pcterboro, Out., Daily Examiner, Hon. J. R. Sirat- ton's newspaper. Lethbridge lodge, No. 0. F., elected these officers recently: W, Bennet, n. g., E. J. Fraser. v. g. W. Oliver, treas., C. Lowther, fin. sec., C. V. Bennet, rec, sec. Jas, Henning, inspector of agen- j cies for the Massey-Harris Co., Mrs. Cardston, and Miss GrauveraiijOf Edmonton, were the guests of Mrs. A. K. Humph- ries. Lethbridge is the "Florida" of the west. On Thursday the lowest n A Happy and Prosperous New Year to. All THE 0 lOHEER CHEMISTS Wish their many friends in the city and country Thanks for during the Holiday Season. 'DRUGGIST and STATIONER 'Phone 18. Night Bell. A LGCAUHIDGEL Watch Kean's ad. 5tf Jas. Murray is on a trip to tho east. Chamber maid wanted. Apply at Letlibridge hotel. Gtf Dr. Galbraifch was west 1'or a few days during the week. Dr. Mewburn is expected home from thrfiast this week. J. A. Young spent Christinas at B-i.Lyiuond wit.h his mother. Bon. Dr. DeVeber spent a few days, at E mionton last wei'k. Ri-v. J. T. C. and Krs. Wliite purpose taking a trip to the coast. A nappy and Telephone 49 Ivobt. S.ige, was in Calgary last week. Aid. T. Penhale, of Medicine Hat, is in town. Mayor Rogers will visit Winni- peg this week. Postoffice'Inspector Cairns, was in town yesterday. Edgar Hi Rand wife are on a holiday trip to Montreal. Jack Cumin has been in Edmon- ton endeavoring to arrange'a wrest- ling match. A chimney blaze at the fire hall on.Monday caused a few minutes excitement. ceived word ti few days ago that his mother was dying at Prince Albert. She is 89 years of age. M. V. Gallivan attended a meet- ing of the Alberta Veterinary As- sociation at Calgary on Thursday. A banquet was held in the evening. At the inquest at Pincher Creek into the death of Mr. Dingwall, at the new A. R. I. Co.'s mine, the company was exonerated from all blame. Smoke the and patronize home industry. Itf D. J. Goggin, well known here as former superintendent of Edu- cation in" the Territories, is to be superintendent of Education in Ontario. Plans have been prepared for the addition of; another storey to the A. Macdonald Co .building. The work of construction is expected to commence in the spring' Calgary, and Pilling, of Cards ton, contested in a wrest- ing match at Lacombe. It took Downs 58 minutes to throw Pili- ng, a much lighter man. If you have real estate to sell, city or country houses to runt, or and well known in Lethbridge, was Jesse Fraser left on Friday moni- im; Lor his new home in Lacombe. Rooms to rent, steam heat and electric tight. Apply to William On. The School Board will meet for organization on Friday night. A. and Ray McNaiighton loft on night for Mapifi Creek. Jas. Hyssop expects to go to Winnipeg in a few days with a load of horses. Miss Maud McLeay. spent New Years in Medicine Hat with Mrs. C. S. Pingle. ar.iuuil congregational meet- ing of Knox cimrh will be held on January 10. Mr. Jciryis. of Fc-rnie, renewed in town on Sunday ami Monday. Mr. Austin, of Magrath, assum- ed his new duties as teacher on the CViitral school staft' yesterday. -I. Whitney advertised a house for ivnt in last week's Herald. It is rented now. the Herald ad bring- a tenant. Tait. oi. Winnipeg, arrived in town Sunday to 'cake charge of tho oth'cu of the C. P. tv Tcli'iintHi Co. If you wish to buy town lots thai will give quick returns, call a' once. A. McQueen. 8t J. W. AVoolfM.P. P. of Card ston, was in town last week on his way back from Femie. E. H. Dawson, one of the pros perous ranchers of the Little Bow was in the city yesterday. jfix-u Hopkins, oi: the Pioneer meat market, is on the "hello" line now. His number is 115. Reed Co's self-raising flour, excellent for all kinds of cakes and pastry, at the, City Bakery. 2iS Amongst the Piucher Creek visi- tors in town last week were Eobt. Ormond, and 0. W. Playle. On Dec. 24th. close to Sam'l Young's ranch, a gold signet A. M: Knight, box 2i9 J. D. Higinlxjtham went east to Guelph last week to see his father. Col Higinbotharu, who is very ill 5900 bushels Northern Oats and 100 tons good Hay for sale at vish to own your own home, A. McQueen. 8tf E. A. Cunningham's services are appr.-ciated by the choir of St Augustin's. As a Christmas gift. ;hey placed in his iwssession a very line Flemish oak arm chair. Win. Botsford and wife of Aui- herstburg, .Out. have taken up their residence in town Miss Birchard, of Buffalo, Mrs. Bots- ford's sister, is with them. The tenor solos, ''And he shall feed taken from Hand- el's "Messiah" were splendid ly rendered by Messrs Harrop and HingS' at St. Augustin's church Sunday evening. The curling club will hold a meeting in G. H. Johhston's store tomorrow evening. All those who intend to participate in the Calgary bonspiel or any foreign matches are urged to be present. Call up Warehouse Transfer Co.. Ltd., for good hay and Northern Oats. 4tf The New Year was ushered in with the blowing of whistles and the ringing of bells. At St. Agus- tin's church, the Methodist clmrcn and the Salvation Army watch night services were held. married at Calgary to Miss Mar- garet The first curling of the season was enjoyed on Monday, the slight cold spell having put the ice in shape. Several rinks will compile at the Calgary bonspiel next month. The marriage took place on Dec. 26, of Miss Jessie HolUngs- head, of Dutton Ont. formerly of Lethbridge, to Walter H. Williams. M. A., of the Berlin Collegiate Institute. The town weigh scales, at the north end of Smith st., are to be moved in order to allow the rail road improvements in vicinity to pioceed. The scales will bi placed near the city buildings. A. E. Moore, of Raymond, tolc the Culgary Herald in an that there might, as well be fon sugar lactories in Southern Albert as one. Why not have a factor at Lethbridge? We want indus tries. A bridegroom sat down in tl same seat with Lieutenant-Goven er Bulyea at Red Deer. When th car was raided by the weddin guests, the Lieut-Governor was dehigscl with rice, but he is report- ed as having enjoyed the joke. Neil M. Stalker, buyer for P. Burns Co., shipped a carload of sheep from here on Friday. It was the last consignment of the season. has gone to Calgary, to spend the winter. Shipping will not be resumed i ntil the summer: School Inspector JSIcCaig, on returning to Edmonton from Southern Alberta, told the Bulle- tin that Lethbridgo is growing the thermometer registered here was 24, while at Medicine Hat and Calgary it fell to 8 and Edmonton b' The moral.t; If you want to be comfortable live in Lethbridge.'' J. Rose had a middle- of -the- night caller early this morning. The man had the audacity to enter the dining room G-.id make himself at home but Mr. Rose soon forced the intruder to dash for the door and out of sight. The fellow's pur- pose in coming into the house at such a late hour is unknown. The C.P.R.seed gram special will be at Raymond, C'irdston, Magrath and Lethbridge on the 15th. It is timed for 17.00 o'clock here. Among the lecturers will be Hon. W. R. Motherwell, Regina, Angus McKay, Indian Head, Prof. Fletch- er, Ottawa, Deputy minister Har- court, Edmonton, W. C. McKilli- can, Calgary, A. Mitchell, Macleod. Cameron Fraser has forwarded o Knox church choir, a very kirid- r worded acknowledgement for ie gift persented him on his de- mrture from towii. He was very inch surprised to receive the ad- resses and gift. .The times he pent with the choir, he numbers be happiest hours of his life. He xpresses himself as delighted vith the voilin. TURN C A New Leaf in Journal, Cash Diary. For best valtie get these at the Book Store rapidly, business is brisk and ex- panding New industrial concerns are forming and new coal interests developing in the neighborhood." There was a dashing ruuavvay.on Round St. one day last week a tean belonging to Rev. G. J. C. White stininlatftd. no doubt, by the brae ing air, started off to break the re- cord and the clip at which they moved on Round St. would win them the Derby without difficulty. The proposition to build a fra- ternal society hall has been revived. Mr. G. H. Johnston bringing the matter up at the recent Masonic banquet. The idea is to erect a substantial block south of the Balmoral hotel on Round st. the ground floor to be rented for offices I and stores. T. A. Powell, of Macleod, the veil known supreme court reporter surprised his friends by joining ranks of the -benedicts las veek. He met his affianced, Mis M. F. Small, of Port Hope here uid they were married at St. Angustin's church by Rev. J. S. Chivers. Miss T. McGregor attend- ed the bride: while C. V. Bennett supported the groom. The happy couple will reside in Macleod. Fully fifty couples .spent a merry evening at a dance in Oliver's hall on Friday evening. It was given by the popular old Quadrille club. Bennet's orchestra, composed of W. Bennet, leader, C. Peacock, M. Ro- basky. Gus Neidig and A. Hosel- ton, furnished a deligtful program of music for aluv-st thirty dances and the morning hours were well advanced when the young folks ceased tripping the light fantastic. Another dance will be held next month. A. E. Humphries has been out of sorts for the past few weeks. His )erpetual cry has been "Oh where, oh where has my coach dog gone." le.woukVnt parted with the canine for all the settlers the U. S. could send us. Some cruel thief spotted the spotted dog, however, and took it away without offering A. E. even a ten spot -for it. If the robber ever gets into the clutches of the J. P. he will soon be wearing Ledger, Book o IS MAKING PRICES SIZZLE ON ALL KNDS OF He is boun-l to pass them warm buying. RAY THE HARDWARE Western Co., Ltd. Warehouse Transfer We desire to announce to our patrons that beginning with the new year we will not allow any credit transactions in our business. Bullock. 4tiS O 4 THINK OF IT j bor may not bo able to eat sawdust, but he can live on shavings. rchanV ainy not mnke a fortune, but he can help his pnirons in their savings. HOW? By cutting his profits and slmniig with those who lu'lp him. Try A Chinaman from Raymond, on his way to Vancouver, died in a fellow country man ;s lodging here on Wednesday of last week, shortly after his arrival from the south. He was "suffering from consump- tion and was in a very weak state. The eastbound Imperial Limited I jje had only been in the house last Wednesday collided with a few minutes when he expired. The engine'on the south train on Thursday last slipped on some ice at B run ton and left the tracks. It was three o'clock in the morning Before Coutts was reached, the delay covering 15 hours. westbound passenger train at! Irvine station. No one was injur- ed. A number of Lethbridge people were on board the train. At the Dallas hotel last evening at six o'clock, ilev. C. McKillop united Lee Austin, of Card ston. in marriage with Miss Murray, of La- combe. C. J. Eckstonn and V. Shaw of Kayuiond, acted as witnesses. Fred'Edwards, who has been in the employ of J. J. Johnston, drug- jiist leaves to-night for Winnipeg, where he may accept a position with a wholesale house. Fred is J ohnston DURING JANUARY The Balance of our Stock OL Ladies7 !Coats, Skirts and Costumes! Ford st. Admission night 5oc. The programme includes At Wesley church on New Years night, two popular young people of the town. Peter Aschroft son of James Ashcroft, and iliss Lizzie Tlfathur. wers joined in wedlock by Rev. J. E. Hughson, in the presence f quite a gathering oc friends, 'he bride was attended by Miss