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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta PREPARE FOR Stock taking Our Bargains are all Display- ed on Tables in Full View KEEP YOUR EYE ON OUR BARGAIN TABLES IT WILL PAY YOU We Must Reduce Our Stock Quickly For Afternoon Teas, Re- ceiving Days, and Social Evenings McConkey's Chocolate Creams Can be purchased in bulk from J.J.JOHNSTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER 18. Night Bell. Makes washing easy and keeps the bands like velvet. lOcaCake 25caBox No household should be without it. A LOCALJJUDGET. 'Watch Kean's ad. 5tf Chas. Stair is at Fort Steele. Tomorrow is the first of Febru- ary. Chief Parry lias a supply of d tags at hund. Goo. Harrower was in Plncher Crr-ek last week. 11. Turner, of Magrath. was in town on Tuesday. C. S. Crest expects to put acies under crop this year. Major Begin expects to leave for Night Bell The Town Council meets Mon- day night. The Lethbridge Steam Laundry Co. Ltd.. has been incorporated. Three silent salesmen have been placed in G. H. Johnston's store. Hon. L. G. DeVeber was in Ed- monton for several days last week. Fred Downer took a trip to -Medicine Hat and Maple Creek last week. W. P. Coombs. John Hill and J. Is. Kowell, Taber. were in town Mayor Rogershas secured tenants for his new houses on Argyle Ave. The thermometer registered live degrees higher here on Monday than any place in the west. While riding in the Little Bow country, Constable Dench had his arm broken, his horse fulling on him. J. Miiimes, of Roslyn, T., mining engineer for the Northern Pacific., was in town one day last week. .J. Heddy, who was so badly fro- zen two weeks ago, may lose the tips of ihe lingers oi: one of his hands. Miss Rosy Heather, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. P. Aslicroft, returned to her home in Irvine. The Culgary ball team is not of- fering any excuses for its defeat but simply says Lethbridge had the tezun. C. C. Fiirinau, John H. Hull, K. W. Singer, J. C. White, J. G. Hull, were amongst the people in town lust week. carload of machinery arrived last week and is being placed in the steam laundry. Another car- load is-on the way. The homestead entries here for the year ending June 30. 1904, were 1731; -for the yuar ending, June 30th, 1905, The mild spell put a stop to cur- ling. The last match, a week ago tonight, was lor the Johnston hats when Easton won froth Grow, 9 to 5 J. M. Reding and family, oi: Kim- bull, are now occupying the old north ward school. He has rented his ranch to J. H. Mains, of Milk River. Mrs. Jos. Morgan. Argyle ave., will be at home on Wednesday, Feb. 7tn, and afterwards on first and fourth Thursdays of each month. Several farmers in the vicinity have been harrowing during the week. If this weather keeps up they will soon be able to put in the seed. Call up vVestorn Transfer Co., Ltd., and. Northern Oats. Prince Albert in a few days. Graves had his thumb taken oS? at ihe C.P.K. stock yards. H. OH left last night for the cast with a carload of horses. Smoke the "Lethbridge Belle." and patronize home industry. Itf Goo. Heathershaw. Magrath. saw the baseball match on Saturday. Hick have the plumb- ing contract for the new convent at Macleod. John A. Pit-lie, has been appoint- ed an oih'cialauditor by the Alberta O .Mrs. Allan "Iverr has been ap- pointed caretaker of tlifi Westmin- ster school. W. Cousins, of Medicine Hal was in town on Saturday, and saw the bail game. -j. Shorthouse has been electee librarian of the A.1J. Co.'cm ployees library. tieo. Pilions. Medicine Hat. ha been added to the ollice staff of tli Hotel b.'thbridge. T. H. McTavish, of New dale. Man. was the guest of Mrs J. F. Rogers for a few days. Barclay, chief engineer o the Christie I. Co.. was i mine of the A. R. is tow i s this week. Heed Co. are They purpose erecting a two store store east of their present premise this week. Mrs. Naismith was the host ;ss at a most delightful tea on Satur- day afternoon.' Hick Wakely are engaged this cek putting a new tin roof on the oaldfile hotel. The Scotts wcm the the Downer icdal. defeating Aid. Robinson's by 12 0.'" W. Morris was honored with an ivitation to the Trainmen's ball t Medicine Hat. David Muir. who had a leg brok- n in a mine near Cowley. is being reated at the hospital here. C. W. Gray is up-to-date. Ho las installed a new silent salesman ml another one is on the way. Treasurer Scott of the Taber school district, was in town last week having his books audited. W. Foley. of Bowmanville, Ont.. J. W. Martin, Dominion lands agent, and Mrs. Martin have re- turned from an extended and en- joyable visit to friends in western Ontario. Is ex t Sunday is Candlemas day. The candles at St. Patrick's church will be blessed before high mass. In the afternoon the little children will be blessed. E. H. Wukely goes east to Win- nipeg at the end of the week. He will be away a week and declares most solemnly that he will return without a life partner. Paul Pauplier, formerly of Nel- son and late of Lethbridge, has been appointed brewmaster and superintendent of the Fort Steele brewery at Ferine B. C. Round st. pocket book containing S-13.75. Five dol- ars reward to person, who will return to D Fraser. or C. J. Eck- storm at the Dallas hotel. 13 tf. Warehouse. for good liay 4tf There was a bunch ot Calgary men in town yesterday, including Geo. D. Hill.H. C. MeMullen, T. Underwood, Robt. Forbes and H. McPhee. A nuin named Henderson from Raymond took u drive on a side- walk and as a. result had to, face A. E. Humphries, J. P. He was cau- tioned and allowed to ?m. J. P. Marcellus, M.P.P. Pincher Creek, spent Thursday last in town. it. J. HutchingK, president of Calgary Board of Trade, was al- so a visitor here that day. For Sale, cheap, small Barn, Room for 4 horses, loft room for 2 tons hay, harness room and 'etc.. well built and could be easily mov- ed. Enquire at Windsor hotel. 2 C. C. Wright, lias recovered from his recent accident and was in town for a day last ijweek with his brother, R. A. Wright, on his way back to business at Forme. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Whitney, re- turned last Thursday from a de- lightful trip to California, but they find the weather here about as balmy, as in the orange groves of the golden state. M. P. Molander, who has been fornian of the steel gangs for the C. P. R. ever since the construc- tion of the Crow, has purchased the Queen's hotel at Cranbrook from George Oougeon. The trackmen, building and bridge employes and painters on the Crow's Nest division, as well as the other western divisions of the C. P. R. have been granted an in- crease of ten cents a day in wages." Too many oats packed away in 3 brick warehouse of the Western Transfer Co. forced a portion of the wall, to the west, to collapse causing a spill of oats. The ac- cident twas an unusual one. A lean-to has been built to protect the oats and later on the wall will be rebuilt. Oreo. H. Suckling, Toronto, one of the best known piano men in land, is in town. Mr. 'Suckling is infatuated with the west and possesses a fruit farm at Sicamons. B. C.. which he claims is the best spot in Canada. Mr. Suckling is a bright and clever fellow and enjoys popularity wherever he is known The toAvn treasury was inflated rhis week. Magistrate Humphries fined John Oskin, a miner. S2 ant costs for being drunk and creatin a disturbance; John Nemehiek So and costs for a similar offence, only more serious: Joe Supina and costs for being drunk, and Joe Kos- sack 85 and costs for making a iiiisancc of himself. Taber is to have police protection. Sergt. Wade, who lias been on duty at the boundary, has been placed in charge there. The news that a baseball match was played here last Saturday was sent all over America by the As- sociated Prerjs. tho despatch read- ing: "Lethbridge, Jan. 20.-Tho Calgary baselxdl club will play hei'c tomorrow. The weather is mag- nilicent and Ilu: diamond in line form. Manager Reeve, oi: the Bank of! Montreal and Reeve returned from their trip to the. oast, which extended as far as Quebec, last Thursday. They came by tho Ga-at Northern to Shelby and were delayed (here for a tjnie. They finally secured aceoinodation on an A. R. I. freight and ed here after a tedious journey. Major Mackie, the big Milk River rancher, well and favorably known in this town, has pro- moted to the command of ihe 42nd Renfrew regiment with head quarters at Pembroke. Ont., and will-now rank as Lieut-Col. Col. Mackie, is the son oi: the late Thos. Mackie M. P. and served in South Africa in command, of Warren's scouts. vvvvv.vv For monuments seeB. C. Moore. and headstones 1-12 Enlarged in Crayon Water or Oil, and framed to suit our customers' tas te. ROBERT SAGE THE BOOK STORM H 5 Harry E.Miebach and Mrs. Mio- bach. are back in town again. They returned from Kansas on Thursday. Mr. Miebach says Lethbridge is tlie only place worth living in. While in Montana people are doing their best to plough through the snow, Lelhbrklge. in the banana belt, is enjoying summer weather. Letbbridge friends will be inter- ested ui-learning that Peter Lund and bride wore given an enthusi- astic welcome on their return to Wardner, B. C. The' employes of Crow's Nest Pass Lum- ber Co. presented them with an array of cut glass and silver gifts, also a clock with marble base and mounted with statuary. in expert judge, has been secured :or the poultry show on Feb. 23rd. A. Easton must have more room tor his business and ho is going to build a large brick addition to his store. If you have real estate to sell, city or country houses to rent, or wish to own your own home, see A. McQueen. 3tf The subscribers to the new ath- letic grounds arc requested to meet at the Dallas on Friday evening to complete organization. The town council at special meeting Monday night decided to have water pumped at night, so that there would bo no further lack oi pressure in the morning. Rev. G-.H. Webb, late of Piricher Creek, and well known here, has been appointed general traveling missionary for the Church of Eng- land in Alberta. His headquarters will be at Calgary. Dr. Chas. Neill and Miss Jennie NeilL registered at the Lethbridge on Saturday last. They came here from Calgary to enjoy the summer weather. Dr. Neill was formerly a dentist in Peterboro. Principal H imilton reports the total attendance at the schools diir-. ing January to have been 350, an business. It is ex pec The Herald has leased the brick warehouse, at the rear of the Dal- las hotel, from A. Easton and ex- pects to be located there in a few days. A walk will be built from Round st. to the office door. Our new quarters will be commodious and will enable us to meet, the de- mands of our Inrtrelv increasing Rev. J. E. Hughson gave an in- spiring address to the Young Men's Conservative Club last Thursday evening. He advocated men stand- ing by their party only when it was true to their convictions and prin- ciples. He had no use for the fellow who supported his party right or wrong. Messrs Aslicroft, Shaw, Doherty and others also gave addresses. A number of citizens have spok- en to the Herald of the importance notification being given to the citizens before the water is turned One gentleman remarked that good deal of inconvenience to water-users could have been avoid- ed, if they had been given cient notice to enable them to se- cure a few barrels full of water, be- fore the supply was cut off last week. A general meeting of the Leth- bridge football team was held on Saturday. Owing to the limited time a number of items were omit- ted, but will be brought up at meeting to be held in the A.R. I. library on Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. The last meeting was fairly well attended, but larger turn out is desired. An-j one wishing to join the can have terms on applying to Jno. Harvie, soc.-treas. Rules, etc., have been drawn up and the office bearers elected, but owing to slight changes we are unable to give ful! details until next week's issue. Miss Grace Laliberty, the 14- daughter of Homer Lali- jerty. met with a very painful and severe accident a few days ago. She was riding about on a cay use. when the aniimil ran away, niak'.ng a dash fora barbed wire fence. In its etforis to get lunnigh the fe the cay use brought the young lady's body in contact with the barbs and one oi: her limbs was terribly gashed, a long and deep cut being made. The animal final- ly got over the fence, but in doing so fell upon Miss Laliberty, but fortunately none of her bones were broken. Dr. Tuller was summoned and treated the young lady and is doing nicely. Miss LJSliberty is an expert rider, and won first prize IS MAKING PRICES SIZZLE OS ALL KINDS OF 3 iff M these days. once warm buying. C. GRAY THE'HARDWARE MERCHAJ- TELEPHONE 66 Qity Bakery OPPOSITE FIRE HALL Reed Co. Props. You May Not Know {OUR MMYOR! I MAY RECEIVE A LETTER SIMILAR TO THIS "Pleas let me know the weekly and munthly deth stntis- licks of your citty and what they died of. also what the favorite .iis. ascs of your climate is and when they prevale the worst and i how many result, in fatal deth. also the high and lowtempaloor jitid in ivganls to the wind blowing and what sent per mile jt Mows and if Syclones are unpleasant and what, precautions 1 necessary to escape being blowed away. Hnything about your rliaiate and diseases will bo thankfully received." J NEVER FEAR SETTLER: J ALL PRECAUTIONS AGAINST CLIMATE AND DISEASE WILL BE FOUND IN increase over last year of: 10. The enrollment at Central school was 274 and at Westminster, 70. W.'C. Ives, barrister of Leth- bridge. was a guest at the Astoria hotel from Friday until Monday morning. He was here on legal i business and also recuperating rom his recent Viver Times. The portion of the tloor of hall between the pillars nd the south wall was taken up last veek and replaced with hardwood. ?his makes an entire floor of this material, which will improve it. for lancing and roller skating. 0. W. here :rom Moneton. N. B. last July and up a branch for the linger Machine Co. has been pro- moted to manager of tlie Calgary branch. His late assistant. W. McGmre has been promoted to manager here. Tt is reports! that Len Newby. the well known Southern Albert-i cattleman, lias interested a syndi- cate of Alberta capitalists in the Glouster mine, near Grand Forks. tSoft Blankets, Eicier Down Quilts Good Clothing FOR MEN AND BOYS AND A HOST OF OTHERS AT press and typesetting machine will be installed in the course ofa week, "Cities" in the Canadian West. "risiQlikc an exhalation." Loth- bridge, which not many moons was a. mere spot on the map. lias. the Lothbridge Horn id says, aspir- ations for becoming a city. It claims a population of o.CXXX which nviy jump to if incorporation proceedings are not hastened. It is pleasant to note the progress of our great western "heritage." r> B. The Glouster is a grade gold property, the ore as- saying a ton. Ontario is having mild weather miliiest winter known there in years. A letter from the east tlie other day reported ploughint being done near Hamilton. At 7s iagnra-on-the-Lake. tho thermom- eter registered 70 degrees alxjve on Jan. 22nd and a bowling ma'el took place on i he-green thai Trees are budding and people are able to recline in their hammocks, during the morningsand iifivmuuiis. There is naturally much fear of an ieo panic. VT.TT. who has been visit- ing Iris son, B. C. Moore, returned to his ranch on Monday. at last year's fait. The Empire Club, Lethbridgc's latest social organixation. is now located in its new quarters in the old Chinook Club building. At the opening meeting ten applica- tions for membership were receiv- ed and tli ere is every that the club will enjoy The rooms have' been titled up in most attractive style, being (airily decor- ated and cosily arrangrvl. The reading room is supplied with plenty of and news- papers. There is also plenty of aceomodatiou for those who enjoy a game of cards and in the near ruture a combination pool and bil- l-mi table will be installed. Cockle is the secretary of tliecUib. The membership fee has been placed nt a reasonable figure, When the cluH-is setiled douu to business. conijxMitive games will be arranged and also a series of social evenings. We have in stock a large quantity ot" PADRllRY'S GOODS vJ IV I vl VJ V? if >J direct from the Old Coun- try, which we are selling at very me do rate prices. We also carry a Com- plete line of CONFECTIONERY A Trial So iciteci Watch Lethbridge When you should begin to wear glasses, but it is better to begin soon than too late. If you experience the least inconvenience with your eyes, it is at least time to have thenia tier investigated Our services are at your service. carefully examine your eyes with our special optical appliances, and tell you exactly what to do. If you should wear glasses we will order'them for you. If you don't need them, it will not cost you a cent to iincl it out. R. A. W RIG HI Graduate of the Optical Institute of Canada Montreal Rev. P. Mirriam is in town from Carmcngiiy. thirty miles northwest of Lethbridge. He was accompanied by several residents of that who had come to the mines for coal, lie reports that the land in thai section is fast be- ing settled. Houses are being cr- eeled and land broken for the A acreage of He tlrrs has s.'jnng sowing, wheat is alreadv in CT .if Johnston's: Mr. Moore is loon red near Brooks Sta- tion on the main line of the C.P.K. between Medicine TIat. and Calvary. a difference in weathor Wei understand that he is negoliat- comlitipns between Calgary and j inn fora lease of a large tract of Lethbridge. One of the Calgary j land from the government ?orjrraz- basebnll team 'informed us that ing purposes. He en me west a few they had had more snow and cold 'years ago from near Toronto, and weal her in that city this winter; hns since been engaged in (lie than any year for five years. They ranching business. He speaks had enjoyed good sleighing for, highly of the west, and is full of weeks. faith in its future development. looks for a large inlhiK in the next few months unbounded faith in theagricu possibilities of the soil. He lieves !hat the country nbont. (.ar- will be Hie most thj'iviiur districts of Al- berta. is of nigged physique and just tlx type of a lor Ilie missionary work he j has Kvn commissioned colder than usual and snows will be quite general during tirst and last weeks. The middle weeks of the month will warm. Some very bnd weather for live stork may IK? expected and much enre will be necessary where the live stock is not well sheltered. Orang'es, Apples >'a and Dates JAPANESE ORANGES O3LY SOc PER BOX OVST! US AM) CELERY J. W. Kean Co Opposite I 'Phone 98: ;