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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta OR.P.W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1.ETHBR1DGE i)fftea-Ow Olt'a Darber Shop. Itotm-ltV.IO lo 13:00 oood; 3:00 lo 5:0(1 p. m.; 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. Office Night Btlt and Telephone OR. G. C. unMiu PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlce-Orer Hljjlnbothani's Drug Store 'PHONE Office 135 ' House 04 TAKE OVER PHONES ] Alberta Government May Introduce Important Legislation. There is every indication that one question that will be before the legislators at the coming session will be the telephone situation. The members of the cabinet have received much encouragement, to take over the entire telephone system. It is said that as a beginning | mm character* to stop t� particular-the Edmonton telephones would bo \n>. There were miltcmnlds fair, IrMi readily handed over to the prov- jnmids 'net Drs. Mcwburn & Galbraith Phyilclani, Surgeons, Accouche r, Office-Redpnth St. cor. Bnrdelt. Hours-Before 0 u.ni., 2-'$ p.m.. 1-8 p. in. Sundays--2.30 to :?.)H> p. in. Telephones 41 and b'\. F.H.Mewbuk.v W. 8. Gauiuaith TAiER TALK. (from th� HeraM UtprtMataltre) Neither Itnl.v nor ('aliforn'ift  cAn truthfully claim more SAlul-riouji or delightful wont her than this |>art of Honthern Alberta is enjoying at prv* mt\-lot nw tell Vm that. While the people of Talwr were looking for a gooil time at tt� character ball jrinn nt the now hall, IVb. !12, they saw mv:t enjojtvl morw than they expect(rt. There were too many M. D. C. M. M. 1). C. M. IHKh.'and lasses, warriors, {princes-, cindeivllns, Unrlc Sam,, t. of hand over (ho telegraph hues in cV(,v hm> TlHJ ,u^0 building w�*. the north which it owns, which by jnmim,,i. ,\t 10. o'clock ii timj ,t� the, Noul-lft'iij; r Itull 'oaiul i/i 8 were givvil The Dominion government |I','J/Ut"s'' the con coming unnecessary The Edmonton Bulletin, which jMinim of the popular is closely in touch with the admin- ,,,VM'-,Mru' Ko,l,' islrntion, indicates the plan of nc-1 *' '� *'".""� w,"^ lion that is likely lo bo taken. The telephone business is essentially a monopoly, and if the province takes Mrs. .\nroi action it will be in the line of ex- j second. w> Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians ami Surgeons. Offices -Oil block. 'Phono 143. SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &c. LEY HUH! DC. E AND CAUDSTON Lethbridgo Office, Southard, Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property W. C. Sihmoss, B a., Croon Prosectr.or ^:. V. Cenxktt. B. a. C. B. BOWMAN Real Estate and Insurance Agent MONEY TO LOAN Marriage Liceates Issued OFFICE: FIRE HALL ADDN W�tt of t�o�t Office propriatioii. The lalittnontou Bulletin indi- ates that the poliey of the administration regarding telephones will be based on the plan adopted by J the Dominion government in respect to creameries, where the gov- runienl instate the Ivst available machinery at the lowest price ob. miunl I . The government operates the creamery, charging a iixed price on the output for operating .spouses and another for the cost of machinery. Anysuiphis fixed from ' i"� i T house. At U.�o � numb�r of tho operating} account is also cred- tn.seily arranged ba�keta (UUr.t witfi it eel to this account. The result (duinty vivanh. wwv wilil to the munis it works out. is that the stock- .*r.uis bjilil. is, at various prices, ailable mi. ���� from $1 to S3. Tho pro-'civ.ls, nhout *S)0, will he �h�ot�l to the nen I'resliyterlnii church loeate'l Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Otfice-Secoad Floor Sonthard Bkck Post Office Box 3 Tolephono No. 123 � .ord DunJrvury," Ki-tting first prl/.e; Adrian Wilcox, "Man from Oerinniiy." second prize.j l.�dliV pri/cM were K'v�">. firm, to* Anion Johnson, its "'Hitgar": M'iss t.�. h 'Aiuieracn, a* I'op.sy." All \vu� harmony and o�-Jnyiit. ut. A niiiuhei: of.. syect�tK-ui nt ivduwd'price, nmny being turnrtl av.iy. r.Ttlo prot'eedK were Sl'.l, un�l aft r expo.,*�� Ptli�*ar ending Slat March, 1907. at various point* In Manitoba incl the Northwest Territories". Konns of Whiter containing full particulars may be had by applying to tW'undcrMgtiecl, or to the Indian Coiuintsttii ntr at Wlnn'ilK-g. The io'West or an.y tender ia nit nocrs aarIly ^ceepteit.. ' ' it'. IV Mel-10AX, Secretary. IVportiuent .of Indian Affairs, Ottnwr.,' ard l-Vbruury, l�n�. N. II-Nev spaivrH inyvrtinj ihis advertisement without-'authority of j the Department will not le paid. i FOR SALE. nr.. Hi.' n.>t proceucla will go ito the 1.. IV S. chunk fcenefit. Saturday Ihe ihi'ee-nct i'omed>' di'&ina held Uie lionr,e new More, und t-njoyett by Patronizing Catalogues is a bad habit ^ We wouldn't think for a 1 moment of buying our stock I by mail. Wo want to seo 1 what we are buying. Want to examine it critically. Want to judge of its worth nclunlly, not from a picture in a book. We somehow think it would be more satisfactory for the public to follow that plan. Here is a jewelry stce1; all ready for your examination. Styles are identical with what the largo city stores are showing, and prices arc, if nnything. lower. R. A. WRIGHT The Jeweler .o:o:o:o;o;o:o;o;o:q ** ' ' a This week we direct special attention to our Spring - Hots For Men, just received from New York Purchased from the makers, there is no middle profit-you get the benefit. Prices $2.29, $2.75, $3.00, and $3.25 each, for High Grade American Hats. - - - - lolders get the best avn linery and the benefit of the ex pert operation and handling 01 prcxlticts. while the cost of the machinery is paid for by the profits �A the enterprise, and tho entire concern eventually belongs to the One qt the. butt . hotels on the Culgnry and Edmontou railroad. Everythtng new and up-to-date. This hotel ia doiug u tint class i busiucst. ! One of the best livery barns in ! Albert*. 40 head of drivers and' addle horses. Rigs and harness.' robes antl lap -rn^s, everything | complete. - i  First class ranch and farm lands, | improved and unimproved. - We have a choice lot of dwellings and residential lots to choose from, j -----FRESH-- Boanling house, a good reason |M | rf Cf p forselli^Thisisa snap., , Ora rifles. Lemons, Come in and See Them the Bewky ?o'y, Ltd WHOLESALE A]SD RETAIL KEANS -----FOR------ High-Class Confectionery One registered Cleveland bay On .he evening o. Mar.h 7th. , an'ta,,ion- P"ce fight. Hood Stock inteie-iing and ujiii|Ue prolamine horse. will he lendeivd at tho iarg� nvw l.. j Help, male or female, dining l>. s. hall, the funds gathered tixxu j room girls, chambermaids aud people. ll" s�m>' to in thu ^^o"04 ihoosekeepops secured. A somewhat similar plan should i���i�it�i soon to be ers. Keb. �2.  torn .nd und beur'v'w,'-V l'oll,,mt occurred betvcin two Fifa and Dates CELERY AND GOOD BREAD 3 o GOING TO PAINT ? �2;- 2 �> a. S ^ If so. you will wont n paint that won't |x;el nor fade when you look ut it. Wo have what you want" iu I 8 * 3. m ROBERTSON'S GUARANTEED PURE PAINTS AT $2.00 PER GALLON Best for these reasons; Cover more sqnnro feet to the gallon than any other paint. Won't crack nor peel; dries haul und glossy. You get them at The Central Hardware Store other daa'ni." to pity for the instruments and the | An fmnginjiy ino sovms to be tolls from transient business being (drawing slowly, ;.ut surely. Iwtwcvn applinl to defray the expenses of i wh*'t >* failed Hull's addition" on I operation, the surplus l�eing divid-e�l among the shnieholders of the local systems. Michael Troy. Xo. X leavo at A'rlinston bridge. and Ar-Com. or of 111(1. Please Motel, Uth-�">t 'tl'..' "village," but the .iiil l.'.l for i'e tllblen. ll ll is w�y pen). Cottage Sanitorium Hig^h River Open air cure of Consumption Terms, including mcdiail attendance, 1klet. PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to m�r-t the popular demand of liu; 'the district. FRED HOFHINS. ^ l'ROP. C HOICE ANDIES AKES B EST READ DNS City Bakery Reid (EL Co. BRIGHT and SPARKLING Wiuea far the elihorate baitijuet 01 bn tlinple family icnm ran br rilercii frooi us with tin cerulm\ ��t the quality will bo high and the jiIc� noiicrata. Our rjielgn anil Uomcn'c Winer lachcrrd from tne l>r.�t gruwert b'nail and at heme. Thtao are s of the loteieulPK tvenn: lav r e�l Chanpavn*. Moet ami Chan >". Puioeiy Sac i Muu in'� l',xir� M. El. ROV j.-" wiipluaale Uralcr In WIN^K, WQUORS ami CIGARS PAOn/V), T"P"l.tlll%llHgl?. AH* ' "#V'i" w'iij'>rwaMiiww a hiipper | r.' n nl the above . an * a hou^e n�- goml thiiijN on tho sufe to judge by the i,.'l K." ul tie tubli's. it wiis obviiiii�l\ it s u ri s. from a t;..stromitnic p>. in otisibilily of urrr.riiin;j the pruuritiitiii  Spi-cial lliuuks ure due In Mr-. Hi'i-v... tils > .Mm. Meiilt. whn jii'i'iiiiipniii.-1 during ill - evening. We do nut forget lli> Si. Augustin.'h .ii.h-let i.' The ivet'.ir Wiis ehairiuull. i.nil in his s;.ei.h tlinn'viil Mr. C'un-iiiiiuliiin ami lii'' nrtisl.s for their s. r\ i.-.-s \t thin pd'tnl the lusty ihi.-rin.. >{ the [ e-.iple in the bai*!c i'.u ri'iiil .red spi-iil.'n v iliHi.iill. ItacU iiKir.'i".! |i;irii'ii'I. nn invit.ition wilh ,At''iii|. it l.i ihe \isi!(iis to collie again. It "it , !�n. I�y constructiiig these lines the (iieat Northern will cut tip the most valuable of the territory controlled by the Canailian Pacific, and (inat Falls will be on a line extending from the Uulf of Mexico to Edmontou. The (Jrent Northern now has a line from here to Lcthhridge and th-i line to bo constructed from (Jreat Falls to IJillings will give connection with the Burlington controlled by Hill, which connects with the "Kidy" recently purchased by tho Hill people extending to the (iulf. ,. , , . '"two hours, two afternot us � ,,t,, lalwr. or iu^ y.clnny. atreasthena juppllcant to stat* .maliflcations ami1 the whole, ontl that none should u&j |salary wanted, t n lue en'oi'ta ie indiici; investors to ; ' Uy' Order, V.'u. HOWMAX apply their mon>y in any particular pnrt or locality, but all fthould. r�-muiu free to use their best wisdom us lo investinents. i 11. V.. Ilammon.li t>e l%ihbrid^e' photo^iMplier, is hero taking slrijle j |.hot oh and groups of chiracters who Secretary Lethhridge Sihool Pintrict, Xo 01. J. W. Kean &Co Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 j i �^^--- j I LADIES' TAILOR AND ! HABIT MAKER Costumes, riding skirts, opera ! cloaks, made to order at moderate prices. Indies' own j material made up. Alterations j ' and rei�iirs of every description will be done. Fit and Style Guaranteed. J. SALAY Next door.east Brodie & Stafford's AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OP LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND .fust drop into my now quarters and con/ince yourself that I am up-to-date. '. The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK ODODDODOnOODDODOC'DHDDOPDO Votes Mti for HOUSE FOR SAl.K. , containing 8 rooms, baih 'room and i>antry. Conntoied with !suwer and .water main, lighted by ,,. ..... iL . � [electricity and heated by furnace. The following 18 the complete postered ttiroughout. Apply and official figure* of the elections prim and particulara tx> in Alberta: Innisfail........... Banff............. Lethbridgo........ Metlicinu Hat...... Calgary........... High River........ Macleod........... Pincher Creek..... Red Deer.......... Athabasca......... Ponoka............ ,......m .....U44| ......224111 ......129K ......1018 .....;1405 ......1094 ......Acc. I KIRKWOOI) U'.CK. 822 j Next door to P.. Ripley Home. CI.L'R UAI.I. Agricultural Institute Meetings ' A series of Agricultural Meet-> ings will be held under the joint 1 auspices of tho Provincial Depart-; ment of Agriculture mid the local [ Agricultural Societies nt the under-; mentioned places and dates:- i Pincher Creek, 2 and S p. m., March 8 Vermilion..................921 Laeomlie................11W Sturgeon..........,........945 Stoney Plain.....;..........614 Cardstou...................690 (Jleicheu,;.......;.........1235 Edmonton.........1727 Rosebud....................1263 Leduc.......................785 St. Albert..........802 Victoria....................1363 Stnithcona.................. 931 Wetaskiwin.........,....... 838 Pence River;..........not kiiown RAinnn fiou' Urantford'.'-Ont., Feb. '25.-Diii'mg [ tit* progrefia- of the fai.hionablo golf j Lethbrilge, 2 and 8 p.m.. March 9. dub b�ii in tho Knriiy Housu here' Stirling, 2 and 8 p. m., March 10 la*i Friday* evening, th* lue: si in-1 Raymond. 2and 8 p. m., March 12 apecW. .T..I..i MrCanu. .allM.1 af>�r Mafptll, 2 and fcI p. 111., March IB. ^jlisuor aelling hours and found the Cardjiton, 2 and 8 p. m., March 14. Mason & Risch Piano Co. 'Hi! Alinon