Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
DR. p. W. TULLER p.m.. a7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to HMO v. 111. Telephoiies 41 and 53. P.11. Mewbukn M.D.G.M. W.S.CiALliltAITll M. D. CM. Neither Jtaly nor CiiUtorriio can inithfully claim more 9jlutert.a is enjoying �i pre-*-ciiti-let mo toll Vm that. While the poaplc of Taber were looking for a gooil time at tho Aar-niter ball g�vt the new hall. FdU. , , ., i 1 1 i22, they saw nnd crijoyei more than take over the entire telephone sys- ,hoy expetrttd. There w^rc too mihy tern. It IS said that as a beginning rma characters t/> .-jtop to particuJai^ the Edaioiiton telephones would be i/o. There were milkmaids fair, Irirfi readily handed over to the prov-HiRh.'and la�.*��. warriom, ince. The Dominion government P"'�^�'^- In:!* Sam.. Lord it is nnderstood, is prepan>d to ^^"fT'Z' s*""'?";- '*�^'*!'*: , .,,. * t IV Kaffirs and tads and Ua^cM of Imml over ihe teleKn.ph jnes in Th� lar^e building w.�. tJio north winch it owns, which by j,,,nK'il. At 10. o-dock tlfc. jpniivd the construcliou of railways is be- m�ich foriiK-a, and tlic long proc(� coming unnecessary. .sion koi>t tinu .jo the. soul-liftij: The Edmonton'Bulletin, which siluins of the popular JiuM band �alan'fige Licencs Issued OFFICE: FIBE HALL ADD N W� It of Post Office Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAI. AGExXTS OfficC"Secoad Floor Sonthard blLck Pest Oilice Box 3 Telephono No. 122 � James MacdonaU ARCHITECT Southard Block, Retliiath street. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. action it will be in the liiie of expropriation. The ICtlmbiitoh Bulletin indicates that the policy (if the administration regarding -tele2>hones will be based on the pkm adopted by the Dominion goveruniont ^in rcr sjject to cienniories. where the gov-enuiicnt instals the best available machinery at the lowest price ob-tiiinalh. Tiic government o[>er-atcs the cfeamory, charging n fi.\ed price on the output for openiting o-\[X)nsos and another for the cost of machinery. Any surplus tjxed from the ojieratingj account is also cred- [tastily .nrranse itcd to this account. The K�nlt dainty vivanis as it works o^it, is that the slock- " holders get the Ixfst available mi-ehineiy and tiie benefit of (he e.x-port � op'ratioii and handling of pixxlucts, while the cost of the nia-cliinery is paid for by (he profits Df tin; enterprise, and the entire concern eventually belongs to the people. A somewhat similar plan should be applicable to the telephone problem. The residents of a community, or the settlers in a district' ijcen gathering desiring telephone ccminunication 'rhursiiav. Vc might form a company and bear the cost of erecting the necessary second, to SiCsw l.ei h Anc'erscn. as 'Top.sy." All was haru'.ony and c�i-joyniiiu. -V nun�l)�c ot. i9pccl�tibr!� wfiv [Mvs-.'ni. at reduc�tl'price, ui�ny being tuniwl avay; !.'Vtie proceed* wore S151, and aft-'r e.xpe.jiK>li arj |)iiirday evenin;?, March Srd.'tJie popti-lar play. "Porsivcn," or ".lack O*-Piamon-tl.s," will 'be prosrnt*!. Tuesday evening, tlic SOtli, a inU9� ieale was giviu in \V. pougtaii' large new elore, and cnjoycil by a full hou.'ie. At 11.80 a numbw of ranged baskctti fdleA �riti> were Ho'il to the numerous bids!ned to the unih^rsigned, and endorsed "Tcn-Icrs for Indian Supplies," will bo re-seived at this office vip to noon on rhurmiay, ISth March, 1906. for the tctivery of- iJidian 'Supplk-a during itte "flntal yi^irt- ending Slat March, 1907, at Variouii points, in Manitoba !�nd the XortKwkrt TM-ritorie.�. Forms oif t>igried, or to the Indian Coiaintsskiisr at "Winn'iid-g. The lo'. McLEAX, Secretary. Departiaenl .of Indian AITairs, Ot!Lawt,'.ard Veliruary, 1906. Nv ll.�-Nev^-spa|tcr� in-'wrtin^ thi.s advertisement wittiouf authority oC the Dii We somehow think it would be more sntisfnctory for the public to follow that plan. Here is a jewelry stcc'c nil ^ ready for your examination. Styles are identical with what the largo citjr stores are showing, and prices are, if nnytiiing, lower. .o.o:o.o.or)X)X2o This week we direct special attention to our R.A.WRIGHl I The Jeweler - Hots For Meii, just received from New York Hurchased from the oiakers, there iti no middle profit-you get the henefit. Prices |2^9, $2.7|, $3.00, and 13.25 each, for High Grade American Hats. - - - Come in and See Them I the Beiuley eA% Dd .stabbing were made oi> botfr sid^'," line, the govenmient supplying the r,ti tj,e .one thing that; prov��tea * instruments at a moderate rental, j genuine "49" mix up was. as a hy- the other das'nt." All imagin.�ry I'nc soemH to be oi^erating the system, the proceeds! standiM- puta it, - one wiis afraid and from the rent of telephones going to pay for the instruments and the tolls from tninsient business being [ drawing .slowly, lau sun-iy, between applied to defray the expenses of ;�'>'i 's called "Hull's atldition" a�J operation, ihe surplus lieing divid-i-^'.'"' "village,' but the �ielit'or�to rai-ed among the shaicholders of the local systems. ' ' ' Cottage Sanitorium Hitfh River Open air cure of Consumption Terms, including medical attendance, SIO weekly. Terms, including inctlical attendance. Write for lx)oklet. PHMEER MEAT MARKET .AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to meet the popular demand of Uie 'the district. FRED HOPlllNS, PROP. ST. -AlAKYS MISSION (XO. On Tucsciiiy. Feb. 20;h, a supper ami concerl wore giv, ji at the above jli.s.sioii C'liiircli, aii-l ft f"" house a.s-Kouiljletl for the gooU things on the tables, li it is sate to judge by the way people "lo'l to" at the table?*, il was obviou.sl.N- a .s'.icwsi from a g.islronbmic prfnl. of view. .Vi'ier supper n loiiccrl was gji.ven. 1". A. Cunniaaham bad undertaken llie responsibility of arrcn^ins the l)rosraniin;'. Special thanks are due to ilr-i. Jleeve, nbsa Airs. Men!e, who aci'ompnnitsi fliii'ing dii evening. We do not forget tlii St. Augustin^'S i;n.Trtetio. The rector wa-s chulrman, and 'in hl.s spcocli thanked Mr. Cunningham anil tliL- urtisLs fo;' their services. .\t thi.s point the. luMy thN'rin.ij or the i-coplo in the bac;.1 to record lliut (iie coiirort Wiis a rn.n.'ial success. of the iK-opli? is Chat the "ant-and the /'viHage'' should pull together and ir.'w up into one good town, with all linas eblitsrat-c:n Taber. or its vicinity, atron.'jthena the whole, and that none should use r.nrluc efforts te induce investors to apply their money.in. any particular part or locality, but all tiioukl. re-wain free to u.Te their best wisdom as to invesitnusMts. H. K. Hammondi tke Lx^tbbri'd^c photo;! raphor, is hero taliing ^ &>n:;le photos and groups of chiracters wlio were representeti at the cHarac'ter hail. CHOICE ANDIES AKES B EST READ UNS City Bakery Reid CO. Co. BRIGHT and SPARKLING Winet for the ell borate bHt>^at tbeqnalltjr �tll be hteb and iha .iilot aiAtlcrate. � Onr^P AVitt�� |S*Scrrd froa tke t>e�t gruwere b'oa'and at hrme. Ibeae are a 4r>�4,ChaiBfia�n�v-Mnrcluised the charter o;rniitod to another company for n line t'loiii iMediciiio Hat to Edmonton, By constructing these lines the Great Northern will out up the most vahiable of the territory, controlled by the Canatlian Pacific, and Great Falls will be on a line extending from the Gulf of Mexico to Edmonton. The Crreat Northern now has a line from here to Lelhbridgo and tha line to be constructed from Groat Falls to Billings will give connection with the Burlington controlled by Hill, which connects with the "Katy" recently purchnseil by the Hill IHiopIe o.steiiding to the Gulf. LOST.. Between railway station and Arlington Hotel,, a Northwest Coin, mercial trt^vellera ticket in favor of Uichael Troy. No. N 1116. Please teave at Al-linston Hotel, Lcth-bridge. 5t KEAN'S FOR-- High-Class Confectionery FKESH- WnOLESAl.E AJJD RETAIL Malai(�i Grapes, Bananas, Orang^es. Lemons, Tii^s and Dates CELERY AND GOOD BREAD We serve hot tea and cake; also Ice Cream every Saturday, J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P, O. 'Phono 98 -. NOTICE. Applications will be received up to the utb of March for the pos'ttiou of Drill instructor for the public rschoois, iustriictions to be g:.iven for two hours, two afternoons a week; applicant. to state iiualifications and Milary wahtevl. By Order, V. V,. noWUAN Secretary Lethbrjdgc Sthool District, No 51. LADIES' TAILOR AND HABIT MAKER Costumes, riding skirts, opera cloaks, made to order at moderate iiricee. Ladies' own materinl made up. Alterations - ' and repirs of every description will be done. Fit and Style Guaranteed. �iGOING TO PAINT? If so, yon will want a paint that won't |X)el nor fade when j'ou look at it. Wo lavo what you want in ROBERTSON'S GUARANTEED PURE PAINTS AT $2.00 PER GALLON Best for these reasons; Cover more square feet to the gallon than any other mint. Won't crack nor iieel; dries hard and glossy. You get them at The Central Hardware Store G. L.. VROOMAN ???DonaDQanDDDnnnoDnapi:;! i: icicinrinoonaonDannn York Loan Property. Local shareliolderg in the York, Loan and Savings Co. will Ijc iii-teritsted in learning that (juantities of iuiiiber, paints, brick ami other building materinl belonging to (he Comixniv, which was sciiedtded nt SM.tXJtj iias been sold for $ir),S32.-S'.i by litiuidators. This is coiifiidered very sutisfaclory and is accepteif as a favorable outlook for the reali-zaiion of 1()0 cents on the dollar on all assets. is oivu- M. E. ROY Wboli-aalo livalcr In AlMi-.y LIQUORaaw.! CIGARS ''r-'"*''"^ I. gent*^! with a town lot. >' i-. The IJjink of Commerct ii)g a branch at Slavely. Macleal is goint.' to push the conbtruction of nrailroad froinllliere to Ctirdsiton. w i Th� first ^jhj Id liorn a (.the; now town of Daysland, Al(a, wa^i pre. Vdts PMid. The following is the ecnni^ete and official figures of the elections in Alberta: Innisfail.................-. . 822 Banff.......................7�9 Lelhbridge.................1144 Medicine Hat....../r.... .r.1008 Calgary....................2249 High River.................1296 Macleod...................,1018 Pincher Creek............. -1406 Red Deer...................1094 Athabasca............ ......Aco. Ponoka..................... fi- evening; the lirer.Ss in-speciur, .lohn MrCaiin, railed after lit.uor selling hours and found the bar.rooin\ cro.yirdi^'iri in' ov- oniag. dr^ss; anit.'iiquor flowing^ merrily. Tfe* inspector was entirely suc-eessfui in. tills raid. He had. all the doors .liuckeil before any person was aw;�re. of^is pre.s innipeg. llp. I^J^Nv^ Oslgsiy, was -To- MUwaakee. Cblesgo. and Polats East aad South Ail Convenient trains, Pullman sI(>op-ers, Free reclining chair curs^ Dining cars. For full information address H.J; Bergemann, travelling agent. 371 Robert st., St. Paul, IMIinn.; or Jas. C, Pond, general posscuger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. AGENTS FOR McCorinick & Cockshutt Machinery Webber and Adains Wagons � Canada Carriage Co.'s % Haggles. Etc. J. F. RODCER3 'Phono 63. Manager. Central Boot & Shoe Store W. T. HENSON. PROK Letbbridgc, Aha. rWnce Arthur of Ccnnniigi�i,von hia trip through Canada, inn,v vhsitli:!!^ Impnton, as well as Calgary./ nnnaDoooaaDaonarininnr Horner & Hutchison The Harness Men Have a complete hnd tt^ir assorted stock of anything that ahorseiuan needs. Blankets, Robes, Wh^^^ Saddles. Sptir^^ ?'i^rnwfe EVERVTHINa YOU WAIST AND eVERVTHINQ RIQHT Horner & Hutchison Vr* ^ � tf H i 1 Material Wc cm tspfly yos with Satbcs sad Ooort. Wisdaw asd Door FrameA; Office. Bask sod Hook FIttiazs. FINISHED LUMBER & TpRN INGS OF^ALL KINDS CUnr and common lumber on hand Quotations promptly given on npf.lication CUANBROOK SasliJ Door Factory cRANnnoot;, no. George Rogers LUMBER The OldRifliablo Yartl North of Fnught Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDSAT LETHBRnMiE. RAYMOND. STIRUNG, TABOR. ^ It Will Poy Yon To See Our Stock BeforeBuyiig Elspwhen?. I'Wdwlg Lilge, ohamed with mur.