Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME 1 I ommerce IIKAD OFFICIO. TORONTO Paid-up Capital, $10,000 090 Reserve Fund, 94,500,000 U K. W A I A' ! K O N M A i A i.; LAI 135 BRANCHES IN.CAN ADA AN)> Til K I'MTKI) STATICS I A general Banking Bnsiness transacted. Accouts may be opened and con dueled by mail with all branches of this Bank. SAV1NCJS HANK DKPAKT.M I2NT. Deposits of SI and upwards received, and Interest allowed at current rates. Interest added lo the deposit twice in each year, at the end of May and November. The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal of whole or any portion of the deposit, Lethbridge, (Alta.,) Branch C. G. K NOURSE, MANAGER Icarinq $ak In order to make room for Spring Goods that are now on the way we are compelled to clear the balance of our Heavy Goods- You May Take 25 per cent- Off Every Overcoat in the house, and whether you choose a $10.50 Overcoat for $7.50, a $15.00 Overcoat $11.25, or a $17.50 Overcoat for $13.00, you will get the best bargain Lethbridge has ever known- Off Cbe 2 mac* Capital all paid up.....,.............iU.OCO.iiUO ltc*crvcd Fund...................... Iu.01'0,000 Balance Profit and Loss.............. lb5,IS9 Head Office ntrea' PRHSIDENT M .HI !H N. I.UIU) ST.lA I'lli'tiS A A N i1 V.Ml'NT lOYAl.. U ' VICE-PRESIDENT ; U*>S si 11 Oi-.i>iii;k a. UHUMMONLr k c. M. t\ M I*", ct, I'STOK, (iKSEiiii. Man' w.i:k Blanches and Agencies it all the principal points m Canada Also in London, Inyland, New York, Chicago. Spokane and Newfoundland Ti i\voilors' Circular Lottersof Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS It iii-. ii �v�ii ai .i'i jiDitiis in I'n^c! Stni'�, Ku'Of* i - ,!' -lr- llwvt. wife nf B IV Hoyt,a Mrs. and II. E. Miebach and wife will return from their trip to Morton. Kansas, tomorrow night. The License Commissioners �a I :i i ns \ wn. Old Timers' balls of the past fade into insignificance when com- pared with the hull of U)0. Oliver's hall never held, we are told, a greater crowd at a dance than that which assembled then' last Friday evening. Nearly every old timer in the district was present and that they had a real joyous time is certain, for the gathering did not break up until nearly six o'clock Saturday morning. We all know that th his feet and hands frozen. For a . . 1 . lime it was feared his feet would meet at Macleod next week to con- |um, (o be fttnl)utatod. sider applications tor licenses at Coleman and Lundbreck. The Hospital ball will bo held Charl.-s Mitchells coo,, found �� ,F,'b- ^, This .Int.. wos arrn�B; bit.-riiiB nrouiul lmoklui,..8. was nr. 'T1 'ttS 1".1�l,t U'K,1" ,s U'.lto ^ ~ ,t til. i) / was given thirty days in gaol. J. R�ldy. moc-hino operator at C,lz}ar> contractor in charge V News offici., n:,rrowly oseaix-d ?.f the enlargement of the Imga. I>eing froz*mto death early Sunday tin institution will pat; fair, which is ct^rtji MissKtta Henderson, daughter lightful event. T. 1 of Win, Henderson, though the, ehainnun of the co youngest in her class, took honors Kenny, secretary ai in eudid at HaviTgul College treasurer. Christmas exams. this af-* be a de-.- abb is the in. !ee. Fretl 1\ D.Kevin. i r � I. ^mI a'l'ec- � i r -.,ie h;i l ni�-t sMice .iCe hiTe. I Ier niotii r. M:s. Sp er. of Calgary, was here during her illness, and at the time of her death. Interment will take place at Calgary. It was Mrs. Hint's desire to be brought to Calgary before she died and with that* in view, her husband onhiiil a special car from Calgary yesterday, and though it arrived last night. Mrs. Hoy fa condition had taken such a sudden change for tl e worst', that she couldn't be removed, and at six o'clock this morning she passed peacefully away. The sympathy of the community will be extended to th*1 bereaved husband and relatives. were h.* vimr ^"rious time, '1 L.'u .-Mboiat'--y decorated ta�' oeeasii n. ' X'-id'g's handr. \\\\ ng transTo! i.ie�i the hail into a veruable beauty spot. I nitpie features of the decorations were relics of the old times, flintlocks, hows and arrows. Indian headgear and such like. There were deer heads, goat heads, and other heads to tell of the hunting days. ^ Altogether the dance was a reunion of old timers that will livelong in the memories of those who were present. Nitlham's orchestra provided splendid music. President (ieo. Houk, who has been here since the days [of the Ark, and Secretary Fred Kenny and the committee did their utmost to make the ail'air a . i.i Piche & Miron will build anew Any person interested in a chess store at the same time as the Hud- It will l* 1,1 i .in 'Mi n Bay fV .in- \n the young n^n's jurlor high and will add to the-mix .-i.wnlax e-.eMing at W oclo.k t(f lUal rl o[ Ruuui aV, wo storeys arance to a rninge a s. an increase ot the borrowing power to 20% of the sessment and a provision to make placo that a higher levy on vacant lots than was as lively and with as good pros- at present. on the (iovernmcut buildings day out of respect to the memory of the late Hon, R. Prefontaine, whose funeral was taking place in Montreal. W.D. Frey returned last night o ^ to the street lino, so as in be in accord with the new buildings to the north of it. C. W. Gray and daughter returned from a pleasant trip to the East on Sunday night. While away M r. from a trip to Minneai>olis. He is (tray covered nearly all oi Ontario going to make the cigar business and he declares most emphatically hum this year. He says the weather here is ideal compared wiih the States. that he did not strike i 4* 4; % 4: 4 4c r n GO TO A. EASTON & CO. Harness and Sahio, died very suddenly at the hospital on Monday while undergoing nn op- . ... ., i i , cration for cancer of the stomach, has W� nssmtmg in lu- work .or.. 8, , .^ tunl| aft(>riloon for the past two or three months, J J has been appointed to succeed ensign Mercer, as travelling financial secietarv. He week to take charge of his new work. In spite of the cold weather, the children's entertainment in the S. A. barracks on Monday night was a most successful a Hair, everybody went home satisfied with the evening's enjoyment. dipt. Davey, of the S. A., who Kev. A. Gordon conducted tne service. Members of the Eagles acted >eurers. 411 t\ husband, son and J.M. Pierce, who represents the British Columbia Permanent Loan and Savings Co., informs us that applications have Ix-en tiled and granted that will aggregate $12,000. These are for loans upon buildings which will be erected in town as soon as spring opens. One of these will be a SM.O'O residence, two others will cost 2,000 each and all will be substantial buildings. Mr. Pierce believes there will be a large ni.mber of reaiden- � , as U'liineurers. r................-......... .. . , . .. . . UiU* tl,IB daughterare left to mourn their | ^ '� Lethbndgo this sum. loss. (>n Saturday at midnight the temperature was 21 below zero, at Don't it look like Cardston is coming right to the front when she is furnishing the stone for the new mxm on Sunday it was 31 ahove, , n �! B . \ I .1 i i U, * . i i\ w i t .).� C. P. K. dei>ot ut Lethbridge. How and at midnight Sunday it was z2 , , , l. v . h . ii re.r_______... does it look to your I his stotiA is Bub- structive presentaVitm of tin iet�t The negative was ably championed by T. Taylor and Buldry. I >r. ('ragg preside*! Messrs Hamilton. Isaacs and Austin were I the judges. The decision was ui favor or tin-ullivnutivi. by a narrow nmlgin. (hie of the best features of the evening, was ft live .minute impromptu address by Mr. , King, other speeches wen; also ! made from th*� audience w|ule,tue i juost Cardston. - Cardston mer. He says that when the preai dent of the company was in town some time ago he stated that he had travelled from Winnipeg to Calgary visiting all tho important towns along the main line and some of the branches and he con-sidored Lethbridge one of the very best. There was considerable constoru- is on Kaston. ing several ladies. A debate of som. thing this year, and will cut a even greater interest will he held � large figure in the si>orts of Leih-in tho near future. , bridge during HKKS. OWce �ver H � if ben otC, Dun; S it Otli-i- Or. r Oil's Uarbr-r Stiop Toronto Saturduy Night has been 'PHONE Office 125 Five of PluHuiix, B. C, aldermen ti..u.>~n.:3� i.. iu:u. ..oui,; .i:o.i ;u r, -e KO|(IMJn |owu >vk1w),v morning a meritorious program. Tl tonight between (mw and tt.|UMI it WIIS ai^coveri-d Uu* water reu had been trained by Mi was oil*. We heard of one clerical � gentlemar who spent two trying to thaw out tie pipes, sup-posing that the wate as not running because the pi pi vus frozen. His fe �r by the way, imi the station t*latform to wish could not some sign; >' t-.j given to choruses w^ere sung by the youtuz them goodbye. Pincher Creek notify the i^ople v ue water is folks. There was a good crowd Echo. ; off. Mrs Smith, who was for some time in the Lethbridge Hospital, left Cowley on Tuesday night for Calgary. Sin* was accompanied by her daughter and sister-in-law, Miss Smith, of ddgary. The great respect in whieh Mrs. and ered the truth of th Miss Smith were held was shown being a a clergyman The Sabbath school scholars of Ivuox clmrclvacouitted theuaselvea admirably at the entertainment held in Oliver's hall on Thursday evening. First a tea was given by the ladies, then the youngsters had a lively time playing games and later they settled down to listen lo The child-iss Newton and she deserve* great credit, hours I as all the selection? were well rendered. (I. H. John-iton presided and the p' ^gram was as follows:reci-tations 1-v Rena, Lumb, Andrew Naismith. Meryl O'Hagan, James Dixon,, 'ta Hutton, EdwanlCrrace, Annie IVo-rsoii, IlitF Wallace, B, Scott; dialogue, Agnes Niven and Annie Puterson, A number of present.