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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Men's Suits, regular price 15 00, now................ 12 00 Men's Suits, regular price 10 00, now Men's Suits, regular price 9 00, now Men's Pants, regular price 4 75, now Men's Pants, regular price 4. 00, now Men's Pants, regular price, 2 25, now Men's wool fleece Unknotable Underwear, regular price per suit 1 20, now Child's all Hose, sizes from 4 to 0, regular price 20c toSOc, now '2 pair 8 00 7 20 tf 80 tf 20 1 80 1 00 for 25c SPECIAL BARGAINS IN Boots and Shoes It will pay you to drop in every day during January and Febru- ary if yon are looking for Bargains We will pay press 'Charges To a distance of 50 miles BEATS ALL OTHER REMEDIES FOR V Coughs and Colds SOLD ONLY BY J, J.JOHNSTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER 'Phone 18. Night Bell. A LOCAUJIJDGET. A Favorable Impression A {joint we try to impress upon the public mind is the superior quality of our goods nnd our ability to fill all drug wants with the best, and in a skilful manner. Our pre- scription department is in charge of competent experi- enced dispensers only.and you can always rely on getting just what the elector ordered. We handle everything known to the drug trade. The ciistoifiR collections here during December were Gladstone Bardie has returned to Ins studies at Western Canada' College, Calgary, J, Hyslop and'family have re- turned iVoDi Taber and taken up their residence in Lethbridge again. The young son of John Brodie is still seriously 511 in Hamilton with an attack of neuritis, following dip- theria. 5900 bushels Northern Oats and 100 tons good flay for sale at Western Warehouse Transfer Co., Ltd. Sergl; Bolderson of the R. N. W. M. P. Magrath, has taken out service papers for another term of three years. If you have real estate to sell, city or country houses to rent, or wish to own your own home, see A. McQueen. Htf Mr. Robert Sage has been ap- pointed by the provincial govern- ment as Assignee for Leth- bridge district. E. Anderson, of this town, was in on Saturday on his way to Vancouver. He will be away a .couple of months. C. J. Eckstorm is 'giving bonds for the of the tine trophy, won by the lacrosse team last year. It will soon be brought here from Cnmbrook. Several drunks sojourned in the cooler during the week and Magis- trate Humphries imposed light, fines in each instance. Dr. McClure is in Calgary. Telephone 49 OK C. Macleod is in town. W. C. Simmons was' in Calgary this week. R. A. Wright spent New Year's in Medicine Hat. The annual hospital ball will be held next month. Jan. 1st. to the wife Mikel Palkmann. a daughter. D. R. McKay has been engaged is caiviaker of the curling rink. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cox m Monday Jan. 8th.. a daughter. Miss Annie Howard, of Blair- more, has arrived to attend, school. Mrs. A. M. Marden. of Pincher Creek, spent a portion of last week in town. John Herron, M. P. Pinchcr Oreek. was in town on Saturday i.ud Sunday. It is not unlikely that a creamery vill be established in Lethbridge iu the near future. Rev.J.G. C. White and wife, left ou Saturday morning for a trip V) British Columbia. Tf you wish to buy town lots that will give quick returns, call at McQueen. 3tf The seed grain special will be at the depot here next Monday eve- ning between -5 and (5. Miss Maude McLeay. after visit- ing in Medicine Hat. has gone to Toronto to visit friends. The Bank of Montreal office at Raymond is completed. a dis- tinct credit to the town. It is not expected the new Bank of Montreal building will be ready [pr occupancy before spring. Mr. Hendricks of Lethbridge sold his new house and three lots on Saturday, to W. C. Simmons. Dec. 24th, close to Night Bell J. W. Woctf, M. L. A. Cardston, was in town yesterday. C. Ives is recovering from an attack of appendicitis. Smoke the Belle." and patronize home industry. Itf L. M. Johnston, has been select- ed a skip by the Curling Club. Jas. Farrar. the well known rancher, is spending a couple of weeks in town. Miss I. Macbeth ler't last Thurs- day to attend Havergal Ladies College, Winnipeg. Miss Ethel McKay who has visiting here, returned on Saturday night to Cranbrook. Sergt. F. Sexton, of Coutts. a well known and popular old timer, spent several days of last week in town. Dr. A. E. Vrooman ex. M. P. brother of Gr. L. Vrooman, has To let-To let or for sale, two new houses on Argyle avenue, one of seven rooms and the other of live rooms. Apply George. Rogers. R. iST. W. M. P. Commissioner Wood of the Yukon, has started on a trip to the Mccliteranean. He is well knovni to Lethbridge "old timers." F. W. Galbraith. brother of Dr. Galbraith. and one of the best known newspaper men in Ontario, has disposed of his interest in the Guelph Mercury. Lethbridge friends will be in- terested in the announcement of the engagement ot D. Beck iv. C. of Edmonton, to Miss Teefy. of Richmond Hill, Out. Rooms to rent, steam heat and electric light. Apply to William Ott. A photograph of the tire brigade was taken this afternoon. Mr. .ForI of Winnipeg, is in town getiibg things into shape for the new wholesale stationery con- cern, A Scandinavian service will be held at 2 p. m..on Sunday. Rev. M. Hillerend, of Claresholm. will preach. Boni-At Lethbridge o 9th, the wife of. 0 manager, Union B of a son. The infant'daaghter of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Hoyt was buried this morning. 'Rev. J, E Hughson officiated. Large Men-Fifty white shirts, sixes, 1C 17, worth a to a SI.50, sale price, 50 cents. Hud- son's Bay Stores. Friends will be interested in learning that Arthur Mewburn is recovering from his severe attack of pneumonia. He expects to come to Lethbridge with, his parents, on their return from Toronto in a few days. Mr. Mathison, cf Winnipeg, is supplying at the land oiiice during the absence of M.r. Martin in the East. On Sunday evening M.r, Matheson delighted- the Presby- terian .congregation, with a well rendered solo "Calvary." At Wesley church on Sunday the pastor will preach on these "The Bible and its 7.80. uLost and Found." At the close of the evening service a twenty minute social gathering will be held. Chief organizer J. H. Alexander, of Calgary has been in town this week in the interest of the adian Order of Forsters. Last night a meeting was hel I and oth- coming The curling club will send four rinks to compete in the district match at Macleod. Skips Barnes and J. F. Rogers will fcaki; rinks to the Calgary bonspiel. Others may go also. The skips for Macleod have not yet been chosen. inta ivionuay evening and located the men as foiiows-chief, A. E. Humphries; XX cers nominated for the town. Tomorrow evening stallation will take place. the m- been Out. elected Mayor of Lindsay Mrs. A. E. Moore, of Raymond, while in Calgary was the guest, of honor at a charming tea given by Mrs. Child. Martin Hendricks. late of the A. E. I. Co. has entered into part- nership with Win. Morris in the Morris Transfer Co. A. E. Moore and wife, after a It said that Drs. McClure and Stewart are considering the erec- tion oi: a business block on their property on Redpathjust beyond Brodie and Stafford's. Special services being held at the Salvation Army barracks Ibis week. Ciipt. Dunlop and Capt. Davey are being assisted by Rev. Mr. Hughson. Mrs. G. Button and W. B. Tail. The record of natural growth in 1905 is encouraging. The vital statistics in Lethbridge registra- tion district for the year, show the number of births to have been 2ft: deaths 60. marriages 45. C. C. Wright, of Fertile, brother Miss Maud Kelly, of this town, and her sister, Miss Jessie of Spring Coulee, participated in a joyous family reunion at her sisters, Mrs. T. F. McCarthy, at at Brant. Mr' and Mrs. McCarthy leave shortly on a trip to Cali- fornia. In the course of a week an ath- letic association will likely be organized in town. Grounds will be secured, levelled and fenced, and a grandstand erected, in order that the clubs in town, may have a suitable place to play matches and charge admission. Little Alice McCarthy, daughter of Edward McCarthy. Raymond, will lose the sight of an eye as the result of the breaking of an electric lamp. Some of the glass got in her_eye and it has been found im- possible to save the..sight. The child is being treated at the, Gait hospital. Another chemical, E, Wakely. capt., L. H. Fowler, engineer, R. Robson, J. Rose; hook and ladder, A. Ronney. cape., W. Shaw, E. Neidig, and B! W. Morris, B, Beam. D. H. N. Council, who is in charge of the survey for the irri- gation company at Lethbridge, spent several days in town this week visiting friends, made during the early days of Wardner. when he was with his uncle. Charles Garden, who had charge of con- struction from Elko to Cranbrook "Herb'1 has a fine position now arid was pleased to find so many oi his old friends in Cranbrook Herald. The A. R. I. Co., has disposed of a locomotive, passenger coach and a dox.en freight cars to the Belcher Mining Co. of Washington state. Gradually the narrow guage sto'ck is being sold and the time is far distant when not a single car or locomotive of this sort will be found in the yards here. The local shops fitted up the locomotive, which has been sold, until it look- ed as good as new. The shops here can be depended upon to turn out good work. H. C. McMullen, C. P.-R. stock Inspector, paid a trip to this sect- ion of the country last week. He reports that the recent fine weath- er cleared the range of most of the snow and cattle are feeding Ijetter. Mr. McMullen. went down as far as the boundary and was .informed by some Montana ranchers that conditions in portions of that state were very bad. Along the Marias river cattle are suffering badly on account of the snow, and many have died. Fred Downer, of the Coaklale has presented four gold medals for competition amongst the curlers There will be a lively contest for the possession of these prizes. Mr Downer is a warm admirer of gopc sport and his gift is greatly appre- ciated by the curlers. Hon. Dr Dt-Veber displays his usual gene- rosity by offering a pair of curling stones for competition in the singles. G. H. -Johnston, an en thusinst-ic curler, is donating foui Stetson hats. The battle for tlies Ledger, Journal Book or Diary. For best v.ilue et these VV at the Book Store THE BOOK STO'RE. C IS MAKING- PRICES SIZZLE ON ALL KINDS OF these days. He is bound to pass them out at once and offers bargains that should make warm buying. C. M 0 ti t! THE HARDWARE TELEPHONE 66 M 3SSSS3K3E3SSS-3F of R. A. Wright, dislocated his Sanrl Yomi'jfs ranch, a gold signet A. Mi Knight, box marked tribute, has been paid to the fine qualities of Lethbridge pressed brick by the C. T. R. It has been decided to use this brick in the new depot here, after having previously agreed on Enmonton brick. Lethbridge brick, like the rest of our products, is the best that is put on -the mar- ket. pleasant sojourn during the holi- days at Calgary, went south to Raymond Friday morning. the Ladies Hospital Aid met on itnsvUy afternoon iiVid passed a number of accounts. The annual meeting will take place in May. D. J. Whitney purchased a desir- able lot in the vicinity or the new station. He considers land there, is going to reach Klondike prices. A change in time took place on the C.P.'R. on Dec. 31st. The westlxmnd train now arrives here at 24.39 and the eastbound at 1.85. Honk's Savages met at the Wig- wam Thursday night to discuss the possibilities of a team for 1906. Owing to the absence of some of the officers, those present decided o hold another meeting at some iear future date. Parties having Mils against the Club, for 1905 will dndly send them in to the Chief George Hoiik at once. The installation of the officers of the Independent Oddfellows will ;ake place on Friday evening, when D. D. IT. M. Cousins, of Medicine Hat, is expected to be in attend- ance and officiate at the installation I STOCK i ft prizes should keep the interest of curlers uu to a high pitch. The Downer mcclals are 011 view in R. A. Wright's window. Fully 78 matches will take place amongst the curlers before the win- ner of the Downer medal is decid- ed. Tonight at seven o'clock skips Johnstone and J. F. Rogers meet and at nine skips Scott and Me Ewen. -The ma t ches for to-morrow night are Oliver vs Barnes, and McGutt'in vs .Bruce. On Friday night the contestants will be Gow vs Xourse and Robinson vs Kenny. Mr. Pcmiefather has been ap- pointed acting locomotive foreman of the C. P. Macleod. pending the appointment of a successor to M. S Wheatley. appointed general foreman of the Esquimalt and Na- naimo Railway. A. M. Nan ton. managing dir- ector of the A. R.