Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 21

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Famous EASTMAN KODAKS - AND SUPPLIES J. J. JOHNSTON SOLE AGENT Watch Koan'a ad. Hustle for a new post office. Host Harness and Saddles. Try A. Kusloti. T'nvl lloonoy's little child Is very ill nt present. Etuitur Hps before Kaster timo, at The 2 Macs. Horn, "lo the wife of \). .1. McCor-1 mlck, a daughter. Wonted-A chambermaid. Hotel Lclhbrldgc. W. V. Ives whs in (,'ardston early part of the week. V.* W. MeOuIre Is spending the week nt l'incher Creek. A uhlptnont of union-made shirts and overalls at Tho 2 Maes. C. V. Heiinr-tt Is able to ho around again after his recent illness. Manager McMlcking, of the l'nlon Hank, Is hack from Winnipeg. If yon need a Trunk or Valise, the plaeo to get it is nt A. Kaston's. II. tl. Hkeith, after spending a few days nt Cnrdston, is hack in town. Tho Empire Club purposes giving n hn'l on St. (icorge's Day, April 153. .f the week. : Seasonable RequisitesI Moth Balls, Moth Dags -all sizes, Blue Stone. Formalin, Strychnine, best English, (or go-pliers, wolveft* and coyotes ..... All Fools Hoy-the Sabbath and tricks. In ense you have forgotten, (iiod Friday falls on the thirteenth of next month. A. 1C. Ilrowning Is now in cluirgc of t\ pumping station ubout GO miles east on the Crow. Amongst the lUnirnioro people in | town lust week were Michued Hosse und Archie McLean. (loo. Talbot and wife, Mr. Morun and W. S. Hill were in from the Little How this week. Dr. V. W. Sanders, (1f Mngrnlh. Is in the tiult Hospital, having undergone a slight operntiou. Mr. Kmvler. the A. 1{. & 1. Co oflleial at (Ireat Falls. .Montana, wus in town Inst week on business. C. .1. F.i'kstrom spent a couple nf days ut I'inrhci- Creek, enJo\ ing � closer view of the dear old ltoi-Ki.'s T!u> water trough in front of thu I'ullii!- is working again. No nevd fur the horses to be thirsty hciv-aftcr, .1. Hurkin. of the hand Ollk-e, returned on Sunday morning from Culinary, tvherc lie spout a few days lust week. If you want your town to grow nnd prosper, wake up. rub your eyes, roll up your sle.-ves and go to .work for it. ''I'hov. Iluokes, a tx-thbridge old-timer, has been uppointcd manager of tin- All�>rtti. the lcitding hotel nt Kdmutitoii. ('. tl. K. Nourse will occupy the resiil�M'i'e nboul to be vacated by A .1. M> Ij.'an until his new home is roiui'li'tcd. Lost-Helween Lethbridgo nnd St Mary's, a black Fox mutt. Finder will be rewaVded by leaving same nt Fftlaee Livery. Miss Maudo Addy was nblo on Tuesday morning to resume her dut les at school, after having a severe attack of grippe. I Ionic cleaning lime Is at hand. If yon want any old pitpers to put 'in der '.ho carpets, you can get tn.�ui i.t �tho 11 srnld office The1 A. H. & I. Co. havo commenced building u blacksmith und car pentcr shop, fiO feet by 20 feet, south of the round house. A. W. McVittio left yesterday for Swift Current, where, he will survey a new townsite. From thero ho will go to Lothbrldgc, whero ho has some, work.-Cranbrook Herald. When you think of Hats, think of us-The 2 Much. You enn buy a Tailor-Made Suit from ?10 lo i'2T> nt The 2 Macs. Call tip Western Wnr#rufi * Transfer Co., Ltd., for good hay W. A. Attbin and W. W. Dojg,.v� and wife were in from Tabor this week. Johnstone & Young huve purchns-* ed K. McKen/.ie's farm on the 'ditch." Tho custom house and lands ofllce*! is ititdly in need of a coat of paint-on the outside. .Jns. Wylie, tho man charged with the theit in letters, was committed lor trial ut. tlie next assl7.es. 11 lots on lledpnth street; best residential part of town; will return good prolits,-A. M. Mcljueen. U. Waters, from Helfast, Irclund, will tuke charge nf the McKnight uuiry at the nrst of next month. Miss Inutdis McCluire, who has I ecu veiling .her brothers, Messrs. A li. and V. W. Mi'Uttlre, has vtiri.J i-.i ciilgury. Frank Hiekerdlke, Montreal has ta.M-n a position with the A. H. & i. to. I lis in oilier has been here for sonic time. Mrs. Fred. Hick was summoned to Ucltcville, (int., lust night, owing to ,lie ilaiiKerouH Illness of her fwtner, >t. It. Wright. Tho Flro Hrlgado to a small flro at II. other'day. Wo use only Imported Scotch, Irish awl Kngllsh woolens In our Tailored Suits. Tho U Macs. Mr, Woods, of Indian Head, succeeds Mr, Clancy as nccount.iut of tho Unnk of Montreal hero. ICtigene Flameiig, tho representative of the Helgian meat puck lug syndicate, Is on his way to l-elhbridgo. It Is understood that a grand lodge of tho Knights of Pythias for Alltorta will bo organized In the near fciture. A birthday concert will bo given under tho atidsplces of the Ludles' Aid of Wesley Church on Friday evening, March l. C. Wliltc intends selling his farm on the "ditch." lie will take a trip east and will later locale in Hrllish Columbia. A business stto on Hound street at loss than surrounding property. Seo A. M. McQiiaon. Wo live to love, and wo love to live, but what makes llfo really worth living, is comfortable shoos. Seo Tho 3 Macs. .1, II, Fleetwood has a gang of men ut work this week putting in tho sewer connection from illyn Sltvet to tho new depot. >1. K. Hurretl and X. Saucier left by yesterday's afternoon train to Inspect Maple Creok, tx-thbridge and l'incher Creek. Thoy will return by tlin south branch,-Calgary Herald. Hov. Mr. Scutt, who cume here from Flesherlon, Out., a few weeks ago to take charge of the Methodist cause In tho outlying districts, has |/eon forced to return to the oast owing to ill health, F W. I'owner leaves tonight for Maple Creek, whore he will remain 7.ho p.m., "The -Unknown 1 Maple Creek, adding ilnve stores to his block in that thriving town. Lethbridgo possesses a mountain climber. Amongst the active members of the Canadian Alpine Club is Hov. A. M. Gordon, pastor of Knox i Ohurch. Other members are Hov. Or, plo'yee of the local laud ofuce.-Cat- ^ ��'��� gary Albertnn. William Vuls, a Llelgium banker. The automobile, which was recent-"� 1,1 tommiinlcnl ion with a fellow ly brought to town, has been the countryman here in regard to buy It mid lng land in this district upon which he would settle a colony of Helgian limners. He also proposes to erect a shipping house here, lo lie used as a ware-house for goods shipped from delirium, as well as for products of this country to be exported to Uel-, gitim.' lion. Dr. IV* Veber arrived front Mrs. W. Lynch, who has been a F.dmonton on Sunday. Kvcr since patient in the hospitul nt Lethbridgo lh(.n )u, ,,ns lK.cn undergoing an at-for several months, has returned, {ov^ n{ handshaking, every person be-home, much improved in health.-i anxious to let the popular Dr. Fineher Creek F.cho. j know they were highly pleased with The work on -tho exterior e.f the his appointment to tho Senato^ Th� main attraction for sinnll boys, has also frightened n few horses caused some runaways. A. .1. McLenn is reported to have disposed of ijn.ono acres of tlie ranch near Tabor to a company, who will colonize it. Tlias in town on Wednesday, und having it local reputation for wrestling, >nude a bet. with W, S. Shortt that iio could wrestle any one in High Htw.r for a purse of 8300. Mr. Shortt accepted the bet, the papers woiv ^l^n-od, and the match was urranguil to tnko placn on Thursday evening. F,. L. Filling, of Cardslon, who .tecom-panied Mr. Shortt, was matched f'2~>, took a chill and forfeited his money, much to the disappointment of the, n.iys. Mr. Filling wfts heard to ivmurk to a friend that thero was no money In wrestling In High Hlver, nnd ]\ vns going back to Cardslon to boo i.ug-ar beets. Mr. Shortl informed the Times that he had made another bet of $200 thnt Mr. Filling could throw Mr. Warner ten straight, fills in one �hour. I'p to tho present the bet has not ben accepted. his I ! the: XX ft ft ft ft ft f f ff ff tf ft f f ft f f ft ft f f ft ft ff tf ft ft It ... :  t * t * t * t ' f �-� .... ft ft Wore Hold out. in fact n new nioriiitip; : Tliorr- mo Homo left yet - conti'tinient arrived this ft ft A .J. ft ROBERT SAGE THE BOOK STOKE. ft pays to road tho advertisements of enterprising homo merchants They are tho people who make it possiblo to have conveniences right nt your door, so to speak. For the informal ion of our readers at etistant points, we might mention we nnd rain here on Sunday, Monday und�Tiicstluy. Mrs. C. M. Arnold will receive nt the home of her parents, Mr. und Mrs. G. L. Vroomuu, on Wednesday, iVpril llli. from 4 to 0 p. in Two hundred ncivs eif spring wheal hn\e nlready been plantexl ny \v. Miles, a farmer six miles east of here. He is preparing to put ill moo ncrvs of oats. The Moffatt Lumber Co. sold out lust week to the ICntcrprisu Lumber Co.. and has been taken in chju'go i,y Mr. Wrong, of Lelhbritlgv.-Clares-holm Keview. Mr. Ceix, sr., a member of the party of settlers who recently calnu here lioni Surrey, bhiglnnd, is in the hospitul siiiiertug iiMin an attack of con- gl'Stioll Of till! lllll(>S. The Lethbridgo friends of -las. Dull will he Interested in ieniMing that lie is now located ut Calgary, having ivceirtly been transferred there from Kaiiunuskis. Harry Fillings spent Sumlay in town, lb) says there is no place like Lethbridgo, although hu is pleased with his position in Frank. Ho relumed .Monday evening. Constable Law, of the local mounted police detachment, bus been culled lo I^'thbridge in connection with the augment at ion of the force llu.-re during the strike.-Frank Fa|>er. The accommodation nt the Arlington is so severely taxed nt present, that Proprietor Itooney is going o fit up Thus. Chair's old resilience to provide extra rooms for his guests. F. L. Xui&mith. manager of tho Alberta Huilway ami Coal Company, went north today in 'his private e�r, Lcthbi-idgu." Ho was accjuvmn-iod by T. 1�. Kevin.-Tuesday's Cal-gnry Herald. Geo. Munroc. the well-known C. V. R. engineer, spent u few el ays in town visitmg friends nnd relatives. While here ho was a guest at the Arlington. Ho returned to Cranbrook Tuesday night. W. A. Knycnrt was killed on the C. 1*. It. tracks nt Cnlgnry the other day. Knycnrt was in Lethbridgo for several weeks this winter. He did odd jobs around town. -Ho walked hero from Fernie. He was a roligl-ious fanatic. Tho ehe-ss tourney nt the Young Men's Club has been concluded. Mr. Hansford won first pri*�, and second place* was tied for by Mr. Matthews and Dr. Cragg. On Monday cvoning the tio wus played off, when Dr. Cragg secured the winning game. Tref,ii-e tho new building is completed. We umlersland that tho .Jobbing Company received a tempting olfer lo locate in Saskatoon, five site .itid track privileges being offered in �o.e of the liest sections of thai growing : city. Vnry extensive improvements nro being made to the Coal-dale. .Most of the rooms nro being repnpereel, re-puinted and refurnislu-il. Mr. Down- '; or Is bound to have hi* lu�tel one^of; tho liest in Alberta. I Mrs. F. W. Downer und Vui.ily leave for Maple Creek about the l.f-leenth of iie^M month. Lnti-r they will Htnrt on tln-ir trip in ;:m;.i:il Miss Abbot, who has boon Mis Downer's guest, has ivtiirneil to. Knglulid. (5. Grundstoriu. who is i-mpl.i,\ -d ut T. Odmnrk's new housi-, met with a nasty accident the oilier day. He Jumped from a ladder and uiighti'd on a nail, which ran cleur tlii >;.gli his boot and foot, causing u 'ry painful wound. At the MeMhodist iiiirsinage mi Tuesday afternoon, n quiet wi'ddiiig look plae-e, when Mr. John Ib'iiry ruffts, who has been residing east, of town, was united In marriage to Miss Alliorta Ann Itoss. 'I'ln-y will ri'.siile at Grassy Lake. The Arlington Hotel nt l'incher Crook is to bo eulnrgt-el. The old stable near the hotel is lo l,.� loch adorns a prominent pluce in H A Wright's jewollry store. Jt is the first of tho kind ever brought into lethbridgo, and the price marked on it proves that Mr. Wright believes thnt Lethbridgo people, when they want a good thing, are prepared to pay tho price. Tho clock is of black walnut, ami is seven foot high. The face is largo and is of aluminum and brass. The weights weigh 2.*> pounds ench, The clock is certainly a hoQUly, and well worth seeing. Senator found llfo very cungvnial ut I Ottawa. Ho will likely bo hero un-; til ilie Senate meets ugain, on April rjsih. Mr. Morgan, of Hankhcad, whore-sided in Irf-thbridge about two years ago. one of 'tho trio of Welshmen who were noted for their singing, is : in town in connection with the Mm-ers" I'nion. Mr. llnyson, whose rich 1 baritone voice was such an attraction is now living at Coleman. An effort wdl lie made to have him sing , in the Kaster services of the Mi�lh/ odist Church. cr some do-:.-i enter for |Dfj iridge clubby* three cutis Kfi A meeting of tho Lcthbridge Maple Leaf football club was held in the library last Saturday, there b. >ng a largo attendance. J as. Hurr. ,r . reported n very satisfactory hne.ug f the Crow's Nest Pass eniiu �, utith he attended in l'incher iVeik on Monday, 19th. Ho also spoke of tho provincial cup meeting to be held in Calgary soon, and after some debating, it was agreed to this cup also. The Lcthbridge will therefore enter for three cups this season, namely, Crow's Nest Pass League Cup and Six a Sid?, ulso Provincial Cup. The progress of the club shows that it has been well organized this season, itml ] should anyone who is Interested in football, and ha9 noj^ yet joined. Thendinis-! wlsh lo fl� s0, 1,0 can ,,y undying lo the secretary-treasurer, enclosing old. to be placed in a admission fee, 81. together with po-Anv person not having *ltlon in lonm oml nni,u"' A chftl" bags sent them" will be given them, I,n�� has ,'pen received from the at the door. lOvervbodv will Ivo strikers nt tho mines at. No. :t to welcome whether thov have received l'la-v on Saturday at .1 p. m. If uc-n special notice or not. , copied due notice will be given. Memliers of the local aerie of the! -�- Fugles are greatly enthused over the RAD WHKCK IN' LOCAL YAHDS good reports received from the coast' over the success which is greeting the parent lodge. Se-ntlle No. 1. This lodge two years ago put up a ?!!(>,OilO mortgage on their new hall, which was to lo paid off in five years. Last Sunday the mortgage The Ladies' Aril of Wesley Church are having a birthday concert on Friday evening. A splendid pro' immune is to be given sion fin- is one cent for every year a person is small bag You Need them In Spring Time Builder's Hardware ' Miner's Supplies Carpenter's Tools Blacksmith Supplies Bar Iron, Etc THE HARDWARE MERCHANT w w I I * ,_ft * C W- GRAY ^ TELEPHONE 68 There was a rather bail wrec'v in the railroad yards at Itoihivl Street yesttM-dny morning. A C. P. 11. e-n-glne was shunting some cars towards the station, while un A. It. &� 1. engine was putting several enra on n side track. Just as tho A. It. &l . bunch were ciiming to the switch, 'the caboose of the- other train humped into two loaded freight curs, und threw them oft the track, tho cars toppling over on their sides. The enbooso wus also derailed und badly damaged, the trucks being put out of business. The other cars were not so badly took several liours to neks ami got the cars in was hiirned, as the birds have accomplished in two years what they thought would lake five years to do, and now they are clear of debt. ('has. II. Peterson nnd wife arrived from Winnipeg Monday, and are Urn-poruril.v at the Italmoral Hotel. Mr". Peterson is a I'nited Staters immigration olllcinl, having been stationed for some years pust at Winnipeg, lie eomi's here to take the position � wrecked. It forim-rlv occupied by Mr G. M. Hatch clear the trn The Herald isjilonsed lo understand!position again. The accident was no that Mr. Hatch may remain hero inj(|uu|,t duo lo carelessness. Waller  GALLAHER'S SMOKING - TOBACCOS | Most eoinpluto assortment of PIPES AND SMOKERS' SUNDRIES All the best bra nils of Cigars, eloincstic and imported, (innoiur Brother's Chocolates. another capacity, lie is highly cs-' teemed by all classes. and I/Olh-hridgc would be mighty sorry tt) lose hini. J. D. Higinbotham was in Fdmon-lon lust week attending a meeting of the Pharmacy Council. Tho business of tin- old Council for (ho Territories wus closed up, and legislation will be introduced at tho pros-enl session of the Legislature, for the formation of a council for Alberta. All tho A flier tu memliers of the old council, Mr. Illg-inliotham being one, nnd two now names have been submitted to (he Government us memliers of (ho new Alberta council. T it. Martin, of Frank, and Miss ' Ituby Gwendolyn Foster, of Coati-jcookc, Quebec, wore married Wednesday of last week at Medicine Hat. They made a brief wedding Journey lo Calgary nnd HnnfT, nnd reached Frank Tuesday morning. They will reside in one of the now cottages recently erected on the north side. The Frank Paper believes tho entire community will Join it in wishing that the pathway through lifo I of tho V�uug couple may be strown with thornless roses.-Frank McKay had a narrow escape from being hurt, as he was between the cars  when the smash occurred. D. A. Smith, of the A. Macdonuld Co., informed the Herald that ono of the cars contained household furniture he had shipi**! from Cowley last Thursday. lie cannot tinderstuud why it diu'nt reach hero in two days ut least. Nearly n week to tiring cars eighty miles seems to be slow transportation. Wallace CEX Hoselton |  4 Dr. Crang has been nominnti Siralhcona as the Conservutiv didale for the Commons. ,1 in  r.in- Glazing Gminiii";  W. M. BARBER | Painter and J D oi-orator 2 Carringo Painting a sprci.'ihy a KalsoiniiiiiiK Pa]H!iliaiiuiiiis, wo Miow variety in plenty ami HEAL WOHTH -In everything. So we print a broad invitation to all lo visit, us-not .necessarily to buy, you know, but TO HTSK. Wo liko to have the chance to acquaint you with Hie faots about our goods, und it isn't possible to ilw Ibis in an ad. So coll.  From now until March 1st we will give you your   choice of any Suit in the window from $23.00 on  I to $25.00. These prices can't last, so get your J  Suits now while th^y are cheap.  | King Lumber JMills Cranbrook, B. 0. MAKUPAC'l UKLHS OF Rough and Dressed Lumber Moulding and Lath* I R.A.WRIGHT The Jeweler | j Wt�8MMM*fWW9WWHMHMHHIHIIHIII Success Grows from Merit In btiwibvsis nothing t-lsu euu pvcxlueo il. It luis heon tho earn of this store to supply our customers with nothing but Iho bust of Meals, Fisli.etc, nnd today wo stand ready to ussuiv patrons o� satisfaction, and to do it in the hi"*1 telephony is No. 91. positive way. Our P. BURNS CO., LTD. >��� ttttf tttr?.................mmmm ;