Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 15

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Specials Week Men's Suits, regular price IT) (10, now................ 12 00 Aim's Suits, regular price 12 00, now................. 0 00 Aleu's Suits, regular price 10 00, now................ 8 00 Men's Suits, regular price 9 (JO, now................. 7 20 Mini's Pants, regular price 4 75, now................. ii 80 Alon's Punts, regular price 4 (X), now................. A 20 Moii'b Pants, regular prion, 2 20, now................. I SO Men's wool fleece Cnknotable Underwear, regular price per suit I 25. now................................ I 00 Child's nil wo'il Hose. bj7.es from 4 lo (>, regular price 20e to ilOc. now..........................'2 pair for 25c SPECIAL BARGAINS IN Boots and Shoes ary if you are looking for Bargains Wo will pay Kxpross CIkiikcs To a distance of SO miles A. MACDONALD & CO. Johnston's Pec to ral Balsam BEATS ALL OTHER REMEDIES FOR Coughs and Colds SOLD ONLY BY J. J.JOHNSTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER Fli'.ne 18 Night Bull. A LOCAL BUDGET. 5tf trip west K ean s on Watch Kcan's ad. Win. Oliver made a last week. ChoeoWte sundae at Saturday. I. 13. Higiiibothain is expected home from (he east tomorrow. lack C'nrrnn threw three wrestlers at Kdmontnn in 12 minutes. Mayor lingers returned Sunday night from his trip to Winnipeg. Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, arrived from the East on Thursday last. I. Brown is building a four roomed house mi his chicken ranch. Hoonis to rent, steam heat and electric light. Apply to William Olt. A fur coat is awaiting tin A Favorable Impression A point, we try to impress upon the puhlic mind is the superior quality of our goods and our ability to fill all ilruu wants with tlv best, and in a skilful manner. stal revenue. The latest rojiort shows the revenue to have heeii S7X>0. K. Tiffin, chairman. Mr. KoflVr and T. H. Harris, secretary have been elected as trustees by the White School district. W. Frank McDonald, an enter prising Michigan fanner, has taken up laud on the "ditch" and is well plea-til with the prospects. L. K. Mackenzie received word on Thursday night last of the death in Prince Albert. Sask., of his mother. Mrs. .1. F. Mackenzie. To lei - To let or for sale, two new houses on Argyle avenue, one of seven moms and the other of I'm rooms. Apply George, Rogers, tf Miss G. Pineo. who came recently from Berwick. N. S.. to takt charge of the publiu school at Host Buttes, siient the week end in town The machine!v for the new steam laundry is on the way. It is expected that leu hands will lie cm ployed as soon as business starts. B. F. Neitlig returned to his home at Lethbridge this week after visiting several days with his sister. Mrs. .1. B. Hudd. Moyii Leader. Col. Sanders, of Calgary, may bo appointed chief of police at Van-couver. Wanted: Boarders. Apply to Mrs. A.G. Nodham,corner of Smith and Bom pas sIh. Hill Kev. C. MeKillop tit tended the o|loning exercises of tho now Presbyterian church at Craubrook. Fred Sanders, of the Bentley Co who met with a severe accident some weeks ago, is back at work again. Miss Cameron, of the Bentley Co.. received tho sad news yesterday of the death of her father in Toronto. It. is said that the Electric Light Co. will purchase the two lots adjoining Airs. Kirkliam's and erect an office building. Hon. Dr. DeVeber, C. A. Ma-gritIh arid P. L. Naismith accompanied tin C. P. K.sood special on its trip south on Monday. Mr. Beat tie, one of the young Scotchmen brought to Canada by I he Bank of Commerce, has joined the stiilT of the branch here. Lethbridge friends will be interested in hearing that Mr. Buchanan, teller in the Union Bank. Frank, was recently married at Grand Forks. Dan Smith, of the well known contracting linn of Smith Bros. & Wilson, was in town on Sat unlay in his way from Kegina to Fei nie. The P. Bums Co. have installed another automatic weight computing scales. There is no danger of their customers being given wrong weight. Geo. Honk's act ion. before Magistrate Humphries.against aMaclood citi/.en for stealing his dog. has been dismissed. A civil action is likely to follow. If your're on the W. W. and someone says. "Have something," always demand a "Lethbridge Belle." It's a good smoke, and it's home manufacture. otf The New-lands school district, twelve miles north west of here, elected these trustees; D. Ferguson. If. Laliborty, T Patterson and W. Cowdry. secretary. Mr. McNicol of Lethbridge, manager of the Enterprise Lumber company, was in town Friday, looking after the business of the local yard. Nanton News. A new draw has been made in the Downer medal competition. ie matches lx-gan this week. The rinks lofeated so far have liocn those of Skips Kenny and Gow! The baseluill club purjjosc holding a dance on Faster Monday. Dances under the auspices of the ire Brigade and the Ancient ()rder of Foresters are on the tapis. Dr. L. W. May. who was looking alter Dr. 'Mew-burn's practice, left on Thursday night for Strutlicona * NOT ON THE LEVEL \ How do we know the worltl is roundV Because we know it isn't square," promptly replied the boy who had been absorbing knowledge of graft and boodle. I If you are in need of an AXMINSTER - SQUARE | Slightly Faded, $25.00 lor $20.00 call on G. H. Johnston I Other Squares from $6 to $10 f Now is the Season for GREY BLANKETS t $2.50 to $3.75 J0 Everything marked in plain figures, therefore Square Dealing where he will locate. The Dr. is a brother of Geo. S. May. Al. L. A Ottawa. Phe engagement is announced of Miss Lena Al. Vroonian, eldest �nght.-r of Mr. and Airs. G. L. Vi-oomau. tt> Mr. C M. Arnold Tne wedding will take place it February Frank Davies. of the C. P. R Craubrook. is the guest of A. E Humphries. He is just out of the C ran brook hospital, where he hat been confined with an attack of appendicitis. The prices of land plans hav been reduced as follows: Plans of townships. 10c each: town lot plans .">!>r to .VI: certified copies of patents .s^ot) each: exemplification o patents. $10. A couple of young men raised a dist in iia nee mi Hound st. on Satur day evei.ing. A dispute over adog was the cause of 1 lie low The po lice will lake proceedings against the noisy fellows. We desire to announce to our patrons that be.'inning with tin new year we will not allow any credit transactions in our business - Ott and Bullock. 4ti8 While Attorney-General Cross was in Ottawa arrangements were made for taking over from (he Federal Government the registry offices. This will probably tak place during the spring, W. C. Ives made his first appear mice on the streets, since his con fmeinent in the hospital with ap pendicilis, on Thursday. He look ed reinai k.ibly well and was warm ly greeted by his friends The AlisseB Sheran were tho hostesses of a most delightful eve ning recently. A large number of Lethbridge young people drove out to this hospitable home and spent a thoroughly enjoyable time. manager arrived Mr. Turnbull, the new of the Iron Works, who with his family from Alontreal last week, was accompanied also by Air. Gait and Mr. TurnbuU. jr., both of whom will bo employed at the foundry. T. Tuft, late from St. John's. Newfoundland, is engaged at present erecting a building on a lot purchased from Mr. Hendricks. It is located north east of tho barracks and will bo utilized for a store and residence. Atr Hendricks Dr. and Airs. Alowburn have returned from tho oast. * Their many friends will be delighted to learn that Arthur Mewburn has almost fully recovered from Ids recent illness. Walter E. Truesdulo. vho will act as Inspector for tin; Con federation Life in Southern Alberta, with head quarters here arrived in town last week from Knderby. B.C. Clinton Latnme, u West Point jadot, lost his life in the West hotel (ire al AIinnea|x>lis. tie was on his way to his home in Bozo-man, Montana, He was a cousin of Mrs. C. G. K. Noursc The Imperial ' Bank evidently means to locate in Lethbridge. We understand from a good source that it is endeavoring to buy tho property on Round st., lately vacated by Geo. Houk. T. W. Piorpont, foreman of tho bridge crew on the A. R. & T. has been notified that an aunt in England has loft him �2000. Mr. Pier-pout's fathorlis a contractor in London, England. The family are well connected. Peter Lund, the well known lumber and coal prince, of Wardner U. C, was married at Chatham to Aliss Alice Couzens, formerly stenographer with the C. P. R. at Cran-brook. Lethbridge friends otl'er congratulations to tho happy couple. The roller skates, C. J. Eckstorm o nie red some time ago. arriveu Monday and can now be utilized by those win desire to pass the winter evenings in this pleasant pastime at the Opera House. The floor is in excellent shape for skating. The Oddfellows installation did not take place last Friday evening, as D. D. G. Al. Cozens failed to arrive in time from Medicine Hat. Ie is expected to be here on riday night of this week. The members put in the evening very enjoyably, nevertheless. The local curlers were defeated at Macleod yesterday. Four rinks played in the district medal match The total score was Macleod, 45), Lethbridge, 88. At night a match to decide the district representative at the Calgary bonspiel ended in another.victory for Macleod by 22 shots to 17. A meeting will be held in Air. L Al. .Johnstone's office Union Bank building Wednesday Evening ri'-xt 17th at 8 o'clock to make arrangements for the annual Hospital ball. Ml interested in this worthy object are invited to attend so that this popular event may lie carried i through successfully. Editor Driinim. of the Frank Paper, is in town today. He ib surprised at the growth of Lethbridge since he was here last. He informed the llendd that the new coal mining village of Lundbreck was building up rapidly. A Hotel, general store, drug store and hospital are now under construction. Rev. Alfretl Andrews, a siqior-anuated minister at Burlington. Out., recollects, in a letter to a friend in town, that he held the first Methodist service in Lethbridge. At that time, shacks were the only places of aliodo, and the cheapest board was !?S a week. He considers the climate hen* ahead of Calgary. The License Commissioners for this district have been appointed by the Alberta government. They are Win. Oliver. Lethbridge, chairman. Hotchkiss. Clareshohn and Matheson. Blairrnore. They are holding their first meeting at Mac-leal tod iy, to deal with an application for a license fr an M Rosso, of Blairrnore. At the regular monthly meeting of the teachers of the Lethliridge Public Schools on Tint-; ln\ evening. Miss M'Clure ga\  an inti resting paper on Primar\ Arithmetic. The |iaper and the discussion that followed gave many valuable ]>oint ers on this very important subject Miss Furze was appointed to the vacant place in the programme committee and O. D Austin to the Secretaryship. The English billiard table for the Chinook Club arrived last week and is now in position in the billiard room of the Club building. The new table is a beauty in style and finish. It was made to order by the Brunswick Balke Co., and is 11 feet long by  > feet 4 inches wide. We question whether any club in the West pososses as fine-an English tabh . Air. and Mrs. W. D. Hill entertainment in a most pleasing manner last Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Hiveis. of Raymond. Alberta, sister of Mr. Hill. Then* wen; a large number of guests present and o00 was the. program. After the close of the games refreshments were served after which followed music. It was a late hour Ix-fon' the guests departed.-Craubrook Herald. SC. W.GRAY A new school has lieon opened at Rose Bultes, sixteen milcB northwest of town. Already a large number of settlers are located there and many others will go upon their homesteads in tho early spring. Miss Pineo, of Nova Scotia, recently arrived and has taken charge of the school. The officials of this school are: Air. Vandyke, G. Bode. The Benfley Company's Stock Taking Sale will be continued until Saturday evening. John Arnold returned from a trip to Cran brook. Ho says he enjoyed himself immensely, but disappointed his friends by not returning with a "hotter half." He smilingly remarks that bIio may follow in a month or so. Klaas Petors, the well known immigration agent, who has done much work along the Calgary and Edmonton railway, was in the city during the week, being hero with the delegates from the south. Ho is on his way west to Lethbridge.- Winnipeg Free Press. Win, Stevens, until recently, a barber at Taber, was arrested at Raymond Inst week, by the Mounted Police ch trged with robbing the Tuber postoffico some weeks ago. He came before Alajor Belcher, C. M.G., yesterday and was 'iischarg-ed for lack of evidence. Rev. Air. Pat Hoy. Baptist pastor hero who is also managing director of the Bullwell coal and iron mines, has. been charged by C. Hat engineer at the mine with nori payment of wages. Ho claims $2ed with conductors, but in a short time they will be. They will sell the tickeis on the train and colled those soltl in advance, which will be turned over to the conductor in charge of the train. The porter's duties will now consist entirely of looking after tin wants of the passengers and attending to the condition of the cars. It may not be news to old timers, yet an incident of the early days which wo drew from Hon. Dr DeVelior the other day. will be of interest to new comers. Away back in the early eighties, the Dr.. then located at Macleod, was summoned by Hev. Dr McLean, now editor of the Weslcvau at Halifax, N. S., to make a call on a person, who was very ill at Alorleyville. The Dr. undertook the journey anil covered the 1�:�*�:�m.^ rrl IS MAKING PRICES SIZZLE ON ALL KINDS OF theBe days. He is bound to pass them out at once and offers bargains that should make warm buying. .  . . .  , of C. W. GRAY ^ THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 Picture framing and carbon enlargements of groups and busts by R. Sage. This month's "Resources" published at Montreal, containsu write up of the irrigation land in this district. It is well illustnited and should turn the attention of many people to this district. Sago's Saturday Sale is one of the pleasant breaks in this otherwise commonplace journey. The bargain counter (Satunlays only) is a veritable eyeojienei in useful every day wants. Iv'obt. Sage. CALGARY KNOCKS HILL And Then Aims to be a Big Aims to City. SUPT. BEGIN MOVED Supt. Wilson, of Prince Albert, His Successor. Superintendent Begin, of the R. N. \V. Al. P., with headquarter* here, has been tmnsferred to Prince Albert. He will be succeeded here by Suiierintendent Wilson of Prince Albert. Superintendent Begin has been located here for several years. Suiierintendent Wilson has been in tho service for many years. The c'lange goes into effect in a few days. (Special to tin I. raid) Calgary, Feb. 17. Tie Boanl of Trade met last night wid elected C. W.Howloy, manager oi the Bunk of Commerce president and C. W. Peterson, secretary. The meeting turned down a resolution to appoint, a cninmittee to urge J. J. Hill to hasten a bnuu'h uf Ins mil road to ''nL'.iry. H. B B.aintt. was vigorously uppositt to lie 1 It'll. It was decided to make vig l unionists. 2^ labor and 38 nationalists elected. The liberals and labor have won S'.l seats from t'ter opponents. Founer Colonial .^crt'iuiy L�tli'lon has been de-�'eiitod. John Burns, the labor tender, is elected. No seat has yet been found for former Premier Balfour, who was defeated in Altntchester. Ontario Legislature. (Special to the Herald.) Toronto. Jan. 17 legislature has been meet on Feb. 11. The Ontario summoned to sold three lots udjommg to C. j Mr. Veldhouse, A. J. Alcock, chair- , plains. In those days the Dr. was Kosu- . .. I man, J. R. Greep.secretary. i the only medical man in Alberta. Marshall Field Dead. (Social to the Horald.) Chicago, .fan. 17-AIarshall Field the owner of tho great departmental store and Chicago's wealthiest citizen, is dead. Central Boot St Shoe Store W. T. HENSON. PKOP. Lethbridge, Alta. >> " You May Not Know When you should begin to ! wear glasses, but it is better to begin too soon than too [ late. If you experience the least inconvenience with your eyes, it is at least time to have the matter investigated Our services are at your service. We will carefully examine your eyes with our special optical appliances, and tell you exactly what to do If you should wear glasses we will onler them for you. If you don't iin d them, it will not cost you a cent to iind it out. R. A. WRIGHT Graduate of the Optical Institute *of Canada Montreal ;