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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta - Til St*ock-Taking Sale THE LAST CALL ON Just a few left. These will be sold at a reduction of 30 per cent. Here's a warm price on Fur Caps Only two dozen all told. bIiouW not stay long with u8 at these mluctiotis, each rpt Winnifrod. on tiw lOlh inst., William Ilulwpt, son of W. II. Burch, afftd 2 months and lO Uays. Allon Taylor who has Ixwn on the Union Bank stall here Sor some time went ea-st with, his mother on Siit-urday night. The wc siti-eet, cast of thu barracks. Tlw Ijothbridg� City Band wilt hold a masiriueradu tMitl on Monday. February llth. It will \rs cny of the most cn.oyablo events of thj Sanson. Tho tickets arc placed at SL.'iO. (�'. 1{. l):ini^-l and wifo returned Inst wo.-k iioni C'uliforni.T., where t'hcy h i'J a nlo^t enjoyabki so.iourn. Tlioy caTiw biu'k 1 > way of MontAna. and ri'pci't that. Iradic in that s'tat� Is paralyz.v! ly tlw .storms. .\t IIlATra a ti-atii bail not coino in from tho east in a ktunted from u visit to Cobourg on Mtfoday Bi�bt. ICniinond is going to S'^* ft- H. McUufr��, a baaqtifft io-uorrow nisbt U. J. WhjiMy pttrduuwd a bouaa and three Iota fraat S. ft. McCullo�at his Wife's nKithiM-, BIril. Hustings, Iwd diad in Toroato. Mm. IJphardt, it will )i9 rewi^aiher^, was summoned ea.*! soma wwks ago o>sv-ing to Iter mother's illness. H. J. MatltesoB of tlw Blairmore Times, was In tbe city this tvcek. ILo say.s tho mines in the Crow's Nest ano badly crippled by ttio shortage in cars. Minors find it difficult to got a day's work in a tveek. Howard Dobglas, superintendent of iiw Band National Pat-k, was in the city yesterday on his way froinOreal Falls. Ho reports that tlie Mon -taiva silMwpuwjn will suffer iioavy los.sos this winter in tact many of tlu-m will }je wiped out of busincs.s. Tha congivgalional hweting of Kno.-,.�niii{ at eight o'clock. It Is hoi'i.rl viiAf, ovoryone intcrosttd, esjiocially tJu� inak> menvliers and adherents, will make sure of being present. Ncvt .Sunday t!^'ening in the Bap-ti.st, Tabeiuade the Ilev. Wm. Itoid will doliver his siacond address o/tt , L , I- .w . ' i'^o History of a foolish boy." Tho inch-ir Crook buuig dissatisfiod . . ... , ..u v r. with th,, fiovcrnmeia ccLus, which '^^^ ' . "^'^ gave the population at 528, had a ^'"^ '^^TT^l m f "J special ccLsns lakvn ami it shows school w.l be t>o!d as UHUal. A tho r.opv.latio,i u. 1,0 911. r''I'*^'="*' i"^>l*tw�.n en.storn Can.ada and j, securing Ma;or Bum�ils ' consent to make the draw, thiw cn- ... S. A. H, Crabb .^pcnt Sundtiy At f jMivings. Mrs. T. E. Farroll. si.stor of H.E. M'iolmch, who has lx�n ill here for Sotnu weeks, but is now nmch im-p)'o\-ath the pastor Will proacli at both services. Subjects; 11 a.m., "The Urg-eaey of Service." 7.S0 p.m., "The L'rgoncy of Salvation." Sabbath Scbool and Bible Classes at 3 p.m. Clii^ in&0llfii al XO a.m. A scries of dances are to bo givL^n in tl�e Trade-s ond I^iabor ilifill. Tho first will take place a w�ok from to-nigttt and proml.scs to ba a most delightful allair. Thu door is fir�t-cldas atid eiccuilent mu�ic wilt \� pro-vidsd. .\rrang�(mi(mts Will bo made ta teatfh rtovloss llis art of dancing and tihosa wlio are un.xious to Icnm how to dance the light fiUJtas'tic should soo about It thait even ng. Uev. J. li. Hughson conducted Missionary aerViccB on the Leavings Mission on (Sunday. Hi� day's work wias a fair sample of what llio aver-ago Methodist minister on the country fields of tba West is doing Sabbath aft�r Sa1>lJath. Ho drove thirty-five mllca, gottwrod the peoj>lc aiKl l�3ld seri'ices whsrevor lv3 cou!d got a fow faihi.ies tOgellujr, and finally got lH\ek to Leavings iu time to conduct a service thoi'o in tiic evening. He thinks that the men �ho desorve the greatest credit ai^u not, the preachers in lown-s aivl cities, but those men who face storm and hardsihips to can-y tho go"P�l to t'ba lonely I settlers out in tl>a foot hills and remote places. Ho foimd the p�.H>ple very eag.->r I'or a reitgiqus service. A DU.VMATIC CUB. suring to citizens, who ha\xi depoH-ifsd coupons,' a M)Uara deal. Tho Maeleod Oauite sajs: Mr. OGara, architect ot Calgary, and Mr. MacDonald, architect, ot' Usth-bridgc, spent somie da^a ib ton-n this woek. Runiur eonneotft their, viaita with the pi-oposad: erection of the nsw hotel by T. Wilton and the business blocks of C. Beach and R. Barker and others on S'lth street. The Christian Guardian, the o ial organ of the Methodist Church in Canada, is arranging tor spooial issue, whiih will deal largely wttti, Southern Alberta. R^v. J. S. sen has been nskod to stKure representative views, of Lathbridge and vicinity, and an articlo ob-tttd h'l^ lory of M�jthodi�m in this city. An aitale will also be furnished on the Mormons, writun 'jy a wWl kn�W'n^ litjrury iiwn, who ha�- lived among I hem. A nwo'ting of the sharc^iolden of the WoollMi Mill Co. Was held hvst Thursday o\'vniiig. ResolutrioHa' weM passed for tho ir�uing of dobefttOiNI*' guaranteed by tho city in tha am -ount of S10,00(J, for tho issuing of S30,000 worth of praforetKo sham ^nd for the moving of thn- buatneaa of the compony from Modioina'^^ Hat to Lcthiiridge, and for changing the name of tha company in consonanoc ivith tho change in location. Tha nuthorizod capital bred on the Sh..-riff King ranch just ea�t of tha city.-Calgary Aibarlan. Fdnuintoii City Council has endorsed by rtisolution the move of tha TuMnixjrnncL- nnd -Moral l{t'.fonn Association to ask the Provincial tiov-trnnxivt to so amend the liqtior license law a.s to coiup.^l hotels to clo&j tteir bars at " o'clock in the ovi'n -in? oct-od that tho ontiro Ijoaguo. which now nuinlwr.s iipwar.ia of,'10, will be present. Toronto .Saturday Night says: The local lodge of the Ordor of Elks is holdijig ft niasoiiorade I all and banquet at Lci-ta, at which oiw thousand guests will bo pno8nt. Social evonts of such magnitude in a .soclion of Canada that a few years ago was considered 'Iwyoiid civilization are very iniprcssivo in-! will bring the working capital up to dications of tho wonderful growth of j gij 000. On Monday a dratno/tic club was organized in the city with these officers: Hon. Pres.-C\. A. Magrath. FrMident^Rev. J. S. Ghivers. First Vico.-Pres.- C. F. P. Cony -l>Ottre, K. C. iJnd Vice-Pr�s.-C. B. Bowman. Otsncral Moha^jer-D. May. Sec. Treas.-Miss Bessie Stewart. Stage Manager-T. E. Patleson. Musical Director-E. A. Cunning -ham. Pianist-U. a. Meyrick. Press ConMnltt��-W. WiLson Irwin, J: li^win �akin and A. W. Hings. Comuiittee of Management. - Jiteiars. Eakin, Patteson, Irwin, tbttgH and Harrop. Hub.-couuaittoe - Miss Patteson, Mesdonies Itogors, R�eve, Nwile and C'unningh thia^aliMiaoeii^ to the Public cemcWiFf �Hd> attaiwi-. cd by ttie Knights of Pythias wM Miners, in a body. Tho pulpit of Wesley Church waa occuptod on Siuiday laat bj- Rev. Mr. McLnchlin ol i.�4viRgs. tn;^ tho ab.wnco of tho |)a.�tor> Rev. J. E. Iliighson. who was cxc^uinging with Ml-. McLachlin. Tfio w�'orend gentleman p��achod tv of each sang � solo, tt-hich was o�-cellontly ivndered on each' otecaaioa. Mr. McLiaohJin is not unknown to. Lcithbridgc congregations, having; conducted .special sorviooff^ here two years ago. when ong�ig*i'*l *n rrt'tVttI Work. Tha- cntPrtaMiniani' g'ivcn nit' tMr.-j convent laat wook^was much unioyeA. Tho young, jwopla � whd took>.^part in the programme aMtuittod-thmnaelvtfa admirably. l|io! number* ivera na fellowa: ''U.'amond Cut Diamond, or Irish Paddy, Biaha," a .comedy;.'"llis) Flower Queen"; "A Christina* OaiA* liol' piano Holo, Miss Cunitlaii^m; Piano dueti Misses Wright atid Smith; piaiio duet. Misaas � na\-iao and. Piercdi piano duet. Miss and Master Miron. Tha.ca.st of thocont* cdy. was AS follows: I^addy Dl�)4. A. Roy; Solomon, A. Divine; Natboit; U. Bakoa; Isaac, W. 0�wali; Uob\' (clcrb), F. Kmny; Judii|�>.e devot�d to thfis c�use. Tlie principal features oi the pro -grgMima W�� the debate Resolved that Lothbridgc Is destined to Ik?- ' co^me a greater city than Edmonton. The boys detati-d well, -tho afllrma-tive finally winning. Geo. Haley, the- new- editor of 'Thi) Gleaner" nsoid tbo'i first number, which appwtrs ; in amotitt^ column of thn Herald. | afiss A any price. Bat nb tCidillter hoW' smnll the priee oiilT gdibds M�v not t.'ie flimsy, foll-apitfl lortl' they are honestly maicli ana solidly put together. Come in and look throngl^ our Furniture stock. It coat* nothing to look, and onr salea^' men Will be pleased to shoif; you thfbtigh. BRODIE & STAFFORD 1 pv^>�v A New Year Revelatkh it will bo to you if you look at soAiB of our model bathrooms wlMf� '#t have put in tubs, wash^vtanda, shtfW* ers and other fi.xturcs and ikcliHJ^ for cleanliness and com/ort. W� ntfke the luxury of bathing a neosailty and au everyday detIgM at lt�U� cost. AsK us hdW lliile; C. W. GRATJ? o.o:o:o:o:o:o..oio:oio:oioTo:oxY^^^ REAL ESTATE Hiivf sonis pyet oiwiners for this week Two lots, G6x 120...............................250 00 Three lots, 135x125, with small shack.............. Two lots, iOxlOO, with 5 roomed house.............CO One ncreland and 5 roomed house................. 750 00 4 lots, 100x125, 7 roomed house, modern bath, furance, good stabling..............................270iDf'CW' 2 lots, 50x125,7 roomed house, modern good stabling, Central.....................................3100 W IS lots, 7 roomed house, stabling..................3200 00 Fire, Life and Accideht Insurance LOOK OUT FOR G. H. FEBRUARY SALE. Particulars later. BURNED ILVY STACK. About' the m cattle broke into a nvnclieis liay st^^cks, nnd t.>c>itvg unable to drive ttwm. away, hu set fire to the hay roitlier than allow the cattle to eat it. T^edog. in the niaitgk>L' is not in it with tMs follow. Royal North West Mounted Police TENDERS FOR ICE. DEATH OF WM. KERB. Wm. Korr, one of the b�>�t known and ovteemed mcmbera ot Lclhbridgc colptty of old tin^rs, dic*l on Monday morlilng at his residence in tluj Not-th' Ward. Hi^ was 78 yoars of Agf'atat a native of Scotland. 11^ ha�l jjVcd In this city 20 yenrij nnj Up' to his jxjtlrijmeii't a few years ivgd, had t>artment, Robt:, in tho A.R. & I. .shojus; Wni. engineer In tlw Lundbreck mine, Allan' nt Edmonton; and a son in Montana, BIrs. R. Watson. cit.\'. und Miss Anndo nt home. To stop, a cold" with "Preventlcs" is Mfer'thAa to let it run and cure it'aftanvardii: Taken at the."6n�ezc Btaga*^ Prav�atlcs' altl head off all coMS^'aBd-Orlppej anoi perhaps save yoU from- PUftumonia or Brorxhltis. PMViDintlcH ar*'little toothsome candy cold' cura>tablets selling in S (�nt afld'Sf? OfOt boxes. If 3'ou aro chilly it-you bogin ta snaeze, try Proven -tics. They will suroly cliook the cold sad plaaM you. Sold by .T. D. Qig-iBbotliMi A eamposy. Tenders for tha supply, delivery, ai>d packing of 50 Ions of good, clear icu at tha Ixiiracks, Lothbridgu, will b-c ivreivt-d by tha ui>derslgnL�J up to ncjoii of -Monday, thu llth day of Fcbniary, 1007. .�\ five iH'iwnt'.dopoKit on totalaiiir ount must accompany all tenders, which will ha forfeited if londerur fails to corupb'le contract. l.VS. O. WILSON, Suf>*rlnLc"ndoiit. Commanding "K" Division. No pappr wiJl be |)aid for publishing this advertissement without, proper authority. OUR LETTER BOX. 1 Editor of .the Hurald: Now that there aro to be new. rogu l.ationa regarding horoestoading, why Sihould not on additional clause ba inserted in tho statute allowinj women the privilege ol homestoadlng if they fulfil tha ronuiraments of tha. law. It need not bo for widows alone, the' door 'is thrown open, women, oven If not married or wttlows, have to live. Thoro is a cry over the western prairies lor women, anii surely wo-I man's hotuMnjtklng capabilities would BALL of tho LethbFidge Ci^ BiiM Will take pliieeon^ Monday, Februmry II, I9iW in OLIVER'S HALL. Duii't mib's this, os it will be on� of the best events ojf the kii^d hfeld during the season, the proceedirto l)e devoted to the pu'rchiaiscrdf ijew uniforms. Xiefreshments served;, v Tickets. $1.50. Tbe First Soelal Daiii will be given in the Trades and Labor Hill^^ Next Thui^^y,Febe7;i7 and every Thursday tfaereaftd'^ a WSM Good dnucing floor. First ottsa music and a good time assured* .\11 those wishing to takedohe-ing lessons wilt kindly* make' ar? rangements tlint-eveiiing. A Jmistioa Pee, 8de.' ^ T. W. Hambabam:^ ' GUB Neidio, make l>rig.ht spots .ov�r tiie levsljr prairjfH. . _ , ~ Is this BuggcatioB worthy; ot' sidcrntlott? ^^^^^^^^ ;