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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta to TO PREPARE FOR Stock Caking Our Bargains are all Displayed on Tables in Full View KEEP YOUR EYE ON OUR BARGAIN - TABLES IT WILL PAY YOU We Must Reduce Our Stock Quickly A. MACDONALD & CO. For Afternoon 'IVns, Receiving UayH- "'"1 Social Kvonings : : : : : McConkey's - Chocolate Creams t'an In' purchased in hulk from : : : J. J.JOHNSTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER 'Phone 18 Nifiht Bell. A LOCALBUDGET. Watch Kean's ml. 5lf ('has. Mair is at Fort Steele. Tomorrow is the lirst of February. C'liief I'arry 1ms a supply of dog tags ;it hand. (iiM>. Ilarrower was in I'iuelier ('reek la.it Week. .1 Ii Turner, of Magrath. was in town on I'll, silay. CS.( ']' M expects to put 2lilMI iu-ns iiiif! � t* crop lliis year. M i;ol IVgin "Xpects to leave for I'rim-i- Albert in a lew days. .1 (ir Hi s had his thumb taken e;l a! 11n I' l'.K. stock yards. II (lit left last night for the i a .t with a carload of horses. Smoke the "Lethbridge Hellc." a:i I patrorii/e home industry. ltf (ieu. 1 leatliersha w. Magrath. saw tl:. Iiascb.i'il match on Saturday. Hick iV Wakely have the pllllllb-iii_- emit rad for the new convent at Macleod. .lohn A I'ii he, h;'s been appointed an oilii-i.il auditor liy the Alboita 1\-riiin.-iil. .Mrs. Allan Kerr lias iieen ap-pointid caietakerof (lie Westminster school. W. I'eiisiiis. of Medicine Hat, was in town on Saturday, and saw I he bill '_raine. � I. Sliurthouse has been elected li'-rariaii of the A. I{. A: I.Co. cm-pi.). lilirary. ii. ir I'dloiis. .Medicine Hat. has been added to the ollice stall' of the H.it. I Lethbridge. T. II. M.-'lavish, of New-dal--. Man. was the guest of Mrs .1. F lingers for a few days. .1 A. He relay, chief engineer of lip ( hnslie mine of the A. H. it | l'n . was in town this week. |{eed A . are progressive. '|'lie\ impose erecting a two storey Kin:-.- i- :si of their present premises. Higinbotham's Afaki's washing easy and keeps tlu! hands like velvet 10c a Cake : 25c a Box No household should be without it. Hisinbotbam's Telephone 49 Night Boll Mayor Rogers ha8 secured tenants for liis new houses on Argyle Ave. The Uieinioinolcr registered live degrees higher here on Monday Hum any place in the west. While riding in Ihe Little How country. Constable Dench had his arm broken, him. lis horse falling on -). :i\ McnzicH, of Itoslyn, W. T, mining engineer for the Northern Pacific, was in town one day week. last The Town Council meets Monday night. The Lethbridge Steam Laundry Co. Ltd.. has been incorporated. Three silent salesmen have been placed in (i. II. Johnston's store. lion. L. (i. DeYeherwas in Kd-monton for several days last week. Fred Downer took a trip to Medicine Hat and Maple Creek last week. W. V. Coombs. John Hill and J. N. Howell. Talier. were in town lis Week. Mrs. Naismith was the Imsl-ss. at a most delightful lea on Saturday afternoon. Hick \" Wakely are engaged this week putting a new tin to if on tin CoaMale hotel. Tile Scot ts Won the the Itowner medal, defeating Aid. Robinson's rink by 12 '\\nian\ille. (hit. an expert judge, has been secured for the poultry show on Feb. '2'Awl A. Huston must have more room for his business and he is going to build a large brick addition to his store. If you have real estate to Bell city or country houses to rent, or wish to own your own home, see A. Mctjueeu.' :itf The Biibscriliers to the new athletic grounds are requested to meet at the Dallas on Friday evening to complete organization.   iOUR MAYOR % u 4 x/ tjCr^w\Ttr a. i t^HntTn (Mint An m^-v   MAY DECEIVE A LETTER SIMILAR TO THIS � Tlcas let me know tlie weekly and munthly deth statis-. uf your citty and what they died of, also what the favorite el' your climate is and when they prevale the worst and many i'i suit in fatal deth. also the high and low tciuputoor iii ii gards to the wind blowing and what per sent per mile 11111 if Sycloiies are unpleasiint and what precautions .|,,u >nr\ lo i scape being blowed away. Knylhing about your  -,ie and diseases will be thankfully received."  t J. Heddy, who was so badly frozen two weeks ago, may lose. the. tips of the lingers of one of his hands. Miss Rosy Heather, who has heen visiting her sister Mrs. P. Asheroft, returned to her home in Irvine. The Calgary ball team is not offering any excuses for its defeat but simply says Lethbridge had the liust team. C. C. Furnian, John It. Hull, K. W. Singer. J. C. White, J. 0. Hull, were amongst the Tuber people in town last week. A carload of machinery arrived last week and is being placed in the steam laundry. Another carload is on the way. The homestead entries horn for the year ending June '.10. J'.JOI, were ll'Al; for the year ending, June :{0th. I�.)().��. llliiH. The mild spell put a Btop to curling. The last mutch, a week ago tonight, was for the Johnston hats when Kaston won from Uow,loo J.M. Reding and family, of Kimball, are now occupying the old north ward school. He has runted hisranehloJ.il. Mains, of Milk River. Mrs. Jos. Morgan, Argyle ave., will In- at home on Wednesday, Feb. Ttti. and afterwanls 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. J. W. Martin, Dominion lands agent, and Mrs. Manin have returned from an extended and enjoyable visit to friends in western . Five dol-rs leward to person, who will return to I) Fraser. or C. J. Kck-stol'in at the Dallas hotel. Li tf. The town council at a special meeting Monday night decided to uive water pumped at night, so that there would be no further lack of pressure in the morning. Rev. (ill. Webb, laleof Pineh.'r Creek, and well known hero, litis iceii aplKj'iuled general traveling missionary for the Church of Kug-lund in AlU-rta. His headquarters will be at Calgary. Dr. Chas. Neill and Miss Jennie Neill, registered at the Lethbridgt on Saturday last. They came hen from Calgary to enjoy the summer weather. Dr. Neil! was formerly a dentist in Peterboro. Principal H iiuilton reports the total attendance at the schools during January to have been Holt, an increa.-e over last year of 111. The enrollment at Central school was and at Westminster, 1. W. C. Ives, barrister of Lethbridge. was a guest at the Astoria hotel from Friday until Monday morning. He was here on legal business and also recuperating from his recent illness. High River Tunes. The portion of the lloor of Oliver's hall between the pillars and the south wall was taken up last week and replaced with hardwood. This makes an entire lloor of this material, which will improve il for dancing and roller skating. (). W. Manzcr who came here from .Monclou, N. M. last July and opened up a branch for the Singer Sewing Machine Co. has been promoted to manager of the Calgary branch. His late assistant. V. W. Metiuire has been promoted to manager lure. Call up YVestern Warehouse & Transfer (!o., Lid., for good hay and Northern Oats. 'It,f There was a bunch of Calgary men in town yesterday, including (lii). D. Hill, II. C. MV.MuII, ii. T. Underwood. Uobt. Forbes and II McPhee. A man named Henderson from Raymond took a drive on a sidewalk and as a. result, had to face A. was can- K. Humphries. J. P. H tiouod and allowed logo. I. P. Murc.ollus, M.P.P. Pineher Creek, spent Thursday lasl in town. It. J. Hulchings, president of Calgary Hoard of Trade, was also a visitor here that day. For Sale, cheap, small Ham. Room for I horses, loft room for 2 tons hay, harness room and � tU a ton. What a difference in weather conditions between Calgary and Lethbridge. One of the Calgary baseball team informed us that I hey hud had more snow and cold weather in that city this winter than any year for five years. They had enjoyed good sleighing for weeks. Hairy 10 Michael, and Mrs inch, are back III town ag'ir, The\ returned Ironi Kan-vis on Thursday. Mr. Mieliach si\- jetllbl'ldge is the onlv place worth living in. While m Montana peopleaiedoing theirbest loploil through the snow. Lethbridge. in the banana belt, isen joy,ngMiuiincr weather. Lethbridge friends will be interest esetting machine will lie installed in (he course of a week. "Cities" in the Canadian West, "risitj like tin exhalation." Lethbridge, which not many moons ago. was a mere spot on the map, has. the Lethbridge Herald says, aspir ations for liccumijig a city. It claims a population of .">,()(HI, whicl nny jnni]) toli.OiH). if ineorjiorition proceedings are not hastened. It is pleasant to note the progress o our great western "heritage." Peterboro, Out. Kxamiuer. Ontario is having mild weathe the mil.lest winter known then in years. A letter from the eas the other day reported ploughing being done neat II iiuilton At Ningara-on-thc-Lake ihethcnnoni-eter registered Tii degrees aliove pn Jan. li'Jiiil and a bowling mate) took place on the green that da\ Trees are budding and people are alJe to recline in their hammocks, during the morning-.and afleruo. am. There is naturally much fear of an ice jxtnic. Africa in command scouts. For monuments and headstones seeIV C. Moore. 1-12 Rev. J. K. Iluglison gave an inspiring udd'ess to the Young Men's Conservative Club last Thursday "veiling. He advocated men standing by "their party only when it was true to their convictions and principles. Hi; had no use for the fellow who supported his party right or wrong. Messrs Asheroft. Shaw. Doherty and others also gave addresses. A number of citizens have spoken to the Herald of the importance of notification heing given to the citizens before the water is turned oil'. One gentleman remarked that a good deal of inconvenience to water-users could have been avoided, if they had been given sulli-cient notice to enable them to se-cure a few barrels full of water, before tlie supply was cut off last week. A general meeting of the Lethbridge foot bail team was held on Saturday. Owing to the limited time u number of items were omitted, but will be brought up at a meeting to be held ill the Co's library on Saturday at * ..'dock. The luM was fairly well atteiide. larger turn out is desire one w I ng to j: lit! I hi' t have 'ii'iiii. mi applying H/irvie. scclfeas. It'll h i ve I ice11 ' Ira wi; up and bearers eUcli d. bill owing change-, we are uuab fiill details until in-\ i w V v t"i' V *** ?' .... .... XX It "V .... >:� .... ?y yy yy  XX Enlarged in Crayon Water or Oil, and framed to suit our customers' taste. y �� >;�> .:. t s yy y y .j.. yv.i^ ri>I� i'g i win n thi iiniiii i a d.'isli for a li.irb. d wire I'.-me. In its effort* In gel ibrnllgh till' fell, e the eayiise bronglii the voiiiig lady's lio ly in couta t \ il barbs ami one of her lnnlis wa terribly gadied. ii long iiul die ut being made. The animal lina y gut over the feiii e. but in doing up hi Miss Laliberty. but lottunately none ol lie. bono were biok-u Dr. Taller was suium �tied md treated the young 1 uly and ^hits doing nicely. Mis-; Laliberty is an expert rider, and won lirst prize a I last year's fail. 'Die Kmpirc "'Ink Lethbridge's ialest soi iaI organization, is now ii iilcil in its new .pi irieis in the old Chinook Club budding. At the opening iiieelinu: ten applications for membership were received and there is e,vry pros the club will elljii.V p'e ri II illis hi ve I iceii lit tel I u ul t r if t i \ c sly le. ! lei ii g ta . ated and cosily arcing' rending room is suppl plenty of maga/.ine-. ;i papers There is ai-e imodalioii for I h >se uli a game of cauls and in tue near future ii coiubiuatiiiii jiool and bil-i.-ird table will be installed. II. ( 'i ckle IS the sect'etart i .f i';, eln The liitillbersh.p fee ha- b. ell pl.'n'ei] ill a ri'il-.o|l.lb|e 'igllle. Sli. When the elllh is s.-ti|ei| dow n to iisiness. coin pet it 11' g.mies w i C[t^ Bakery || OPPOSITE FIRli HALL q Reed & Co. ^> Props. n\eii eiice with your  yes. it i- ill least time to have thi-iiiiitteriiivt sligattnl ()ur siT' C s are at your service. \Y will carefully esiauii:ie your eyes with our special optical appliances, and te|| you exactly what to do it \ oe -I.' uld wear ghiss� s we will onl.r them for you. If yon dim't need them. it will not cost you a cent to (md it out.   : : : I W.I I. Moore, who has been visit iug his son, M. C. .Moore, returuei lo his ranch on .Monday. .Mr. Moore is located near Brooks Station on the main line of the C Pit. between Medicine Hat and Calvary. i We understand that he is negotiating for a lease of a large tract of , land from the government forgraz- ' iug purposes. lie came west ii few yeai"s ago from near Toronto, and has since been engaged in Ihe ranching business. lie speaks highly of Ihe west, and is full of 1 faith in itsfuturu development. Watch Lethbridge Grow " Now. if you want to keep volir eyes on the progress of Alberta's new city, you must have good optics. " I f your eyes are out of order call on Armstrong and he will fix you up. "Nothing but jjie I'est" ()ur .\l > Mo. W. J. Armstrong ICWELLh ENORAVER S OPTICIAN.  �ieft�is�*2e.!:s�'ji��c�r�a)�c� R.A. WRIGH1 Orailuntc ol the Optical Institute ot Canada  Montit'.ol PHOTOS Hammond Bros. Photographers T... n 1 vi it tiicir line ond up--. -ilete Portraits, will give Free Sittings i a ' .vho oah THIS MONTH. No Money o P;. y ;it the tune of sitting. If .  i clout Ii': thrill when finished, d..ii t pay tor them. HAMMOND* BROS. Foster, the weal her prophet, predicts that the first week in February will be coltier than usual and snows will be quite general during lirst and last weeks. The middle weeks of the month will be warm. Some very bad weather for live stock May be expected and much care will be necessary when' the live stock is not well sheltered. KEAN'S FOK - High-Class Confectionery - FUFSIl  Grapes, ' Oranges, Apples Figs unci Dates .lAI'ANKSF OUANUES ONLY SOc IMiU BOX OVSTI US AM) 1,121 EUY ---AT- J. W. Kean & Co Optjnsite 1'. 0. 'Phone 98 'J* ;