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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Our Bargains are all Displayed on Tables in Full View TO PREPAEE FOR Stock Caking KEEP YOUR EYE ON OUR BARGAIN - TABLES IT WILL PAY YOU We Must Reduce Our Stock Quickly A. MACDONALD & CO. For At'fcriiooii Teas, Re-c('ivin^ Diiys. iind Social I'jvciiiiijjs : : : : : McConkcy's - Chocolate Creams i>,ii\ he ptircliaswl in biilk from : : : : J. J.JOHNSTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER phone 18. Night Bell. HjUnbotham^ A LOCALBIDGET. W;itcli K(>aii"s ad. 5tf C'lias. Jtair ia al; Fort Steele. Tomorrow is the first of February. Chief I'arry has a sniJ])!y of doj^ tiiiis at liaiid. (iiM). Harrower was in PiiicLer C'rc-ck last week. J. H. Turner, of Mat,'rat!i, was in town on Tiiesdiiy. C. S. Cresl ex|)efts to put 2()()(J acies lUKh'i' en)]) this year. Major ISegin expects to leave for I'l'iiice Alliert in u few (hiys. .) (riMves had his thnmh taken ctr a I the (' V.li. stock yards. H. Olt left last night for the (�(eit witii a carload of horses. Sniolu' the "Lothbridge Belle," and [)atro/iize home industry. Itf (i(>o. Hedthershaw. Ma^rath.saw the liaseliall niat-jxiinted caretaker of the VVestndn-,ster school. W. Cousins, of Medicine Hat, w;is in town on Saturday, and saw the b.ill liiime. �). Shorthonse has been elected lilirarian of the A.R.ttl.Co. employees library. lieo. Pillons, Medicine Hat. has bi'eii Milded to the olKce staff of the Hotel iicthbridge. .\iIS. T. H. McTavish, of New-diile. Man. was the ^neat of Mrs. F. Kos^'ers for a few days. .). A. liarclay. chi(!f engineer of the ('hristie mine of the A. R. & I. Co.. was in town tlus week. h'eed tt i'o. are progressive. They purpose; erecting a two storey store e.isf, of their present premises. Makes washing easy and keeps the hands like velvet lOcaCake : 25c a Box Mo household should be without it. Telephone 49 Night Bell The Town Council meets Monday night. The Lethbridge Steam Laundry Co. Ltd.. has been incoi-porated. Three silent salesmen have been placed in G. H. Johnston's store. Hon. L. Gr. DeVeberwas in Edmonton for several days last week. Fred Downer took a trip to Medicine Hat and Maple Creek last week.  W. .P. Coond)s. John Hill and J. N. Rowell, Taber. were in town this week. Mrs. Naisniith was the host 'ss at a most delightful tea on Saturday afteriioon. Hick & Wakoly are engaged tliis week putting a new tin roof on the Coaldale hotel. The Scotts won the the Downer medal, defeating Akl. Robinson's rink by 12 to 0. W. Morris was lionored with an invitation to the Trainmen's ball at Medicine Hat. David Muir. who had a leg broken in a mine near Cowley, is being treated at the hospital here. C. W. Gray is up-to-date. He has inslalltHl a new silent salesman and another one is on the way. Treasurer Scott of the Taber school di.strict, Was in town last week having his books audited. VV. Foley, of Bowmanville, Ont., an expert judge, has been secural for the poultry show on Fi'b. 2i5rd. A. Easton 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 sell, city or country houses to rent, or wish to own your own home, see A. McQueen. Htf The subscribers to the new athletic grounds are requested to meet at the Dallas on Friday evening to complete organization. ^^ I OUR MMYORii MAY KECEIVC A LETTER SIMILAR TO THIS "IMeas let me know the weekly and munthly deth statis-licks of your citty and what they died of, also what the favorite ,|!^, iises of your climate is and when they prevale the worst and many result in fatal deth. also the high and low tempatoor ^ ;,ii(l in icgards to thi^ wind blowing and what ]jer sent per mile 4 It Mows and if Syclones are unpleasant and what precautions ^ .....essary to escape being blowed away. Enything about your * cliiii.ile and diseases will be thaukfully i-eceived." 1 NEVER FEAR SETTLER | ^ ALIL PRECAUTIONS AGAINST CLIMATE AND  DISEASE WILL BE FOUND IN I.Soft Blankets, Eider Down : Quilts ^ Good Clothing   |G. H. Johnston's I FOR MEN AND BOYS AND A HOST OF OTHERS AT ; : Mayor Rogers has securwl tenants ft)r his new houses on Argyle Ave. The thermometer registered five degrei'S higher Ikm'c on Monday than any place in tlu; west. WhiUi riding in the Litde Bow country, Constable Dench had his arm broken, his horse falling on him. J. T. Menzies, of Roslyn, W. T., nnning engineer for the Northern Pacific, was in town one day last week. J. Reddy, who was so badly frozen two weeks ago, may lose the tips of the fingers of one of his hands. Miss Rosy Heather, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. P. Aslicroft, returneo. D. Hill, H. C. Mc.MnlK n. T. Underwood, Robt. Forbes .ind H. McPhee. A man name A. E. Humphries, J. P. He was cautioned and allowed to go. J. P. Marcellus, M.P.P. Pincher Creek, spent Thursday last in town. R. J. HutchingK, presidtnit of Calgary Board of Trade, was also a visitor here thai day. For Sale, cheap, small Barn, Room for 4 horses, loft rf>oni for 2 tons hay, harness room and etc., well built and could be easily moved, Entjuire at Windsor hotc;!. 2 C, C. Wright, has recovered from his recent accident and was in town for a day last .week with his brother, R, A. Wright, on his way back to business at Ferni(^ Mr, and Mrs. A. J, Whitney, returned last Thursday from a delightful trip to California, but they find the weather here alx>ut as balmy, as in the orange groves of the golden state, M, P, Molander, who has been forman of the steel gangs for the C. P. R, ever since the construction of the Crow, has pundiased the Queen's hotel at Cranbrook from George Gougeon, The trackmen, building and bridge employes and painters on the Crow's Nest division, as well as the otlier western divisions of the C. P. R. have been granted an increase of ten cents a day in wages.' Too many oats packed away in the brick warehouse of the Western Transfer Co. forced a portion of the wall, to the west, to collapse causing a spill of oats. The accident tv>as an unusual one. A lean-to has been built to protect the Oiits and later on the wall will be rebuilt. Geo. H. Suckling, Toronto, one of the best known piano men in 'he land, is in town. Mr. Suckling is infatuated with the west and possesses a fruit farm at Sicamous, B. C. which he claims is the best spot in Canada. Mr. Suckling is a bright and clever fellow and enjoys ixjpularity wherever he is known. The towji treasury was inflated this week. Magistrate Humphries fined John Oskin, a miner, 82 antl costs foi being drunk and cicating a disturbance; .lohn N(.'inchick $') ar.d costs for a similar otfence. (july more serious; Joe Supina .'52 and costs for beingdrunkand Joe Kon-sack Siy and costs for making a nuisance of himself. Harry E. MieV)acli and Mrs. Mie-bacli. are back in town ag.iin. Thev returned from Kaniias on Thursday. Mr. Miebach say.s Lethbridge is the only place worth living in. While in Montana people are doing t hei r best to ])lougli through the snow, Lethbridge. in the banana belt, is enjoyingsunnnc^r weather. Lethbridge friends will be interested in-learning tli.it Peter Lund and brides were given an enthusiastic welcome on their return to Wardner, B. C. The employes of Crow's Nest Pass Lumber Co. presented them with an array of cut glass and silver gifts, also a clock with marble base and mottnted with statuary. The Herald has leased the brick warehouse, at the rear of the Dallas hotel, from A. Easton and ex-yjects 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 demands of our largely increasing business. It is exjiected the. new press and tyijesetting machine will be installed in the course of a week. "Cities" in the Canadian West, "risf^like an exhalation." Lethbridge, whi(di not many moons aii fitted up in most attractive style', l.ieing tastily decorated and cosily arranged. The reading room is sup[ilied with plenty of magazines anil newspapers. There is also plenty of accjuiodation for those who enjoy a game of cards and in the near future a combination pool and billiard tal)le will lie installed. H. Ctickle is the secretary of liH-i'liib. The- meinbershi)) f'ei' has been pkiced at a reasonalile tigure, S'i. When the clnB is setdi'd down to l)usiness. competitive games will lie arranged and also a series of social e.venines. tt H �? tt tt tt tt Enlarged in Crayon Water or Oil, and . framed to suit our customers' taste. tt ty tt 2-:. u ROBERT SAGE THE BOOK STORE. t .X":�:":":":�.:":..X":�:..x..:..:..x..:. ':":"X":":":��:-:":":";- x�x-:"t' IS C. W.GRMY IS MAKING PR1(!ES SIZZLE ON ALL KINDS OF these days. He is bound (o pass them out at once and offers bai-gaius that should make warm buying. . � . .  , i C. W. GRAY ^ THE HARDWARE MERCHaN i' TELEPHONE 66 5 ^ a^22^^^S22SEi oToTo:o:oio:oio:o:o:o:o:ow^^ Cjty^Bakery | OPPOSITE FIRE HALL ^ Reed & Co. ^ Props. I We have in stock a large quantity of CADBURY'S GOODS 1 direct from the Old Country, which we are selling at very mrderate prices. We also carry a Complete line of : : : CONFECTIONERY | A Trial So icited Grow they had had more snow and cold I years ago from near Toronto, and weather in that city this winter i has since been engagixl in the 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, I faith in its future development, Rev, P. .), Mirriam i.-; in town from Ca rmeimay,- thirty miles noi'thwesi of Lethbridge. lit" was ac(;omi)aiiied by sever;d resideuts of that ])lace who had come to the mine.-i for coal. He reports that the land in that section is fast lie-ing settled. Mouses are bein.L;' erected and land broken for the S[jring sowing. A ^'ood acreage of fall wheat is already in crop. He loeiks for a large inlliix of settlers ill til" next few inonflis and has unbounded faith in the a_>j;ricnllur;il Jiossibilities of the soil. He lie-lieves that the country abeiil ("ar-ni'Migay will be one "of llii' most thriving disi rii'ls of .^-^oui ln'i'ii Alberta. Mr- Mirriam is of rugged jjhysiqile and jiisl the tyjic of a man for the missionary work he has been c ClilElt -AT- J. W. Kean & Co OpiJ^site 1�. O. 'Phone 98 ' ;