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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta A Good Judge of Liquors is always welcome here. We are always glad to have him test our Wines and Liquors- We know their quality aud want that knowledge made as general as possible. If you have a fine taste for liquors, come here aud let nss how you some remarkably fine whiskeys at remarkably low M. E. ROV Wholesale Dealer In WINnS, LIQUORS ana CIGARS 'Phone 50. Lethttrldgc, Alta. C. B. BOWMAN Real Estate and Insurance Agent MONEY TO LOAN Marriaie Licenses luaed OFFICE: FIRE HALL ADD'N West of Post Office .WALLACJE A I^ASBLTON -Best of Cigars, Smoking Tobacco Pipes and Smokers' Sundries James Macdonald ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Street LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. JDST TBE THING CUSHION TOPS, FORMS AND GIRDLES The latest and most artistic designs L. & J. McLeay and JEWELRY FROM fZILLIAX " Before the 20th ot this month ? :..:v�:"X�x-x.<-x^x-:-X' Building Material We csn supply you with Sashes �ad Doors, Window and Door Frames Oflice, Bank and House Fittiufs. FINISHED LUMBER & TURNINGS OF ALL KINDS Clear and common lumber on hand Quotations promptly given on application CRANBROOK Sasb & Door Factory CRANBROOK, B. C. The Palace Stables J. MoB. SHIVELY, Prop BEST HORSES AND RIGS Drivers for any part of the district HORSES FED AT REASONABLE RATES X**X**X**X**X**X**X''*X'*J' Geo. Houk is still selling the purest of WINES LIQUORS at the same stand What you bny^there is always right and can be ---------depended upon i- Geo. Houk m 3 Nights Only COMMENCmO Thursday,Nov.9 THE Sherman & Piatt Stock Company W. B. SbERMAN, M'Q'R Supporting tlie Popular, Yotuag Romantic Actor HAYDEN STEVENSON Direct from a 22 Weeks' Run at Calgary, Alta. THE PLAYS: Thursday-"The Henrietta." Friday - "Because She Loved Him Sor � Saturday Matinee-"The Village Saturday Night - "Lend Me Your Wife" Continnons Vaudeville Perform-ance Between Acts. POPULAR PRICES Seats on Sale at Higinbotham's Drug Store. A LOCALBUDGET. G. W. Wiegand left yesterday for Great Falls. Alf. Hazelton has returned from a visit to Great Falls, Mont. Mrs. Conybeare was the hostess at a delightful Hallowe'en party. A Hallowe'en party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benson. C. 0. Bunn shipped 21 head of horses to Prince Albert Wednesday. Mrs. John Duff gave a large euchre party on Friday evening last. R. Ripley and son William returned, to their Little Bow ranch Monday. H. Welch, one of the prosperous ranchers of Little Bow, was in town Monday. A. McDonald, of Winnipeg, is in town looking after: his Letbbridge interests. A good line of Ladies' Neck 'urs at the Bentley Company, limited. Itf The fall assizes will open in Lethbridge on the first Tuesday in December. No man should read his neighbor's |)aper. Every man should read hia own. B. C. Moore has moved with his family into a residence east of the police^ barracks., Louis Cobell and daughter, of Browning, Mont., are visiting in the city. led cars were broken 'onday eyening, Car of Barb Wire aud Nails just S' iced in stock at '.I'he Bentley mpany, Limited. Homer & Hutchison, the harness makors, say that there is every evidence of good trade in their line. Mrs. Hecke and two daughters have arrived from Belgium to join the remainder of the family located here. Miss Wolf returned to her home m Caniston Monday, after spending three weeks with friends in the city. Charlie Harrison has a position at the quarantine farm under Government Veterinary Inspector "Hadwin. Walter Ross, accompanied by Frank Pollinger, was in from his ranch at Milk River a few days this week. Father VanTighem is at Coutts today, conducting the Mass services he holds at that place every second Wednesday. C. A. Magrath left Sunday evening for Victoria, having received word that Mrs. Magrath was ill with diptheria. Miss Niblock, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Conybeare, returned to her home in Calgary Monday evening. Kirkwood Locke has had work started on his new two-storey residence at comer of Bartlett and Bompess streets. Just arrive*!, a full line of ladies' Empress Shoes at the Central Boot and Shoe Store. Itf H. A. McKowan, of the Cran-brook Sash and Door Factoiy, was in town two days this week hustling business. This institution is doing a big business in this section and their trade is constantly increasing. A. E' Humphries, who has ciiarge of the immigration building in Lethbridge, says that southern Alberta will experience a great tide of immigration next year, and many of the new comers will be from the States. The -et Club gave their first dance of the season in Oliver's hall last Friday evening and made things hum for several hours. About twenty couples participated in the joys of the mazy whirl, and no-8 were on the cards. This week the Morris Transfer Company took the C. P. R. surveying party that has been running the lines for the high bridge across the Belly River, to a new camp between Lethbridge and Macleocl. This is the party that is surveying for the cut off between these two towns. If you want to buy any watches or jewelry, write for one of Wright Bros.' up-to-date catalogues, which has twenty-five pages, and will be handy for iJarties living at a distance to order goods by mail. This firm has five stores and one buyer, which enables them to buy their Owing to limited space there are goods in quantities, the same, as several interesting articles that were prepared for this issue that have been left out. "Big Jim" McKee, the well known bridge man on the C. P. R., was in town a few hours last Monday between trains. Gi H. Johnston wiU commence to move his dry goods stock into the store room vacated by A. Southard this week. New Raisins, Currants, Peels, Figs, Dates. Shelled Almonds and Mince Meat juat received at The Bentley Company, Limited. Itf Thos. Rock bought his discharge from the Mounted Police service and left Saturday for Raymond, where he has secured a position. Robert Sage has gotten his store in the old Bentley block in order and is ready to meet the demand of the trade with increased facilities. Mrs. Belcher entertained a large number of her friends at her home at the barracks Monday afternoon, ,- in honor of Miss Niblock, of Cal- particuhr miarter section ^ry. irrigated. xiUBsfe maps are gary The month of November will be left open for the enrolling of the names of the charter members of the Herald's family. Do'you care to join ? D. VanHom; Dick Urch and Harry Driggs were among the Little Bow ranchers noticed sizing up the tall buildings in the city this week. The Misses Duff gave a house Srty to about thirty of their ends Friday eveningt and made everyone feel that they would like to come again. Mr. and Mrs. J. Itf. Perkins, of Winnipeg, in the city on their way to their new home In Victoria, B. C. They were the guests of Mrs. C, F. P. Conybeare. Wm. Glass, of Madeod, attended the wedding of his sister-in-law. Miss Fleetwood, Monday night. Mrs. Glass has been visiting at the parental home for some time. G.P. Houk, son of George Houk, arrived last night from Montana, where he has been ranching. Mr. Houk expects to locate in Lethbridge and engage in business. H. E. Miebach, proprietor of the Hotel Windsor, is progressing with the times, and among other improvements to his'place has set up number of young trees in front of the hotel. In the rash at the Co-operative Stores Saturday night a rapid the large eastern houses. The catalogue is a beauty, and its contents will delight both men and women. And be sure to read Wright's ad in ta lav's Herald. John Niven, engineer at the Electric Co.'a plant, met with an accident Saturday afternoon thai is confining him to the house this week. While putting a belt on the pulley for the emery wheel the belt got tangled up in the shafting and tore it apart. One of the pieces struck Air. Niven a hard blow on the leg cutting the flesh severely in two plar<;a. Sevend stitches were required to dress the wound. Herb Connell, who has had party surveying for the irrigation company for the last season, will complete his labors in about week or ten days. During the summer they have survey^ six townships, and maps are being made of this territory so that a purchaser of land will be able to see at a glance what portion of any can be going to prove a great convenience to purchasers of land in the irrigated district. Roped a Wolf. Charlie Hyssop, the heavy-weight rancher, had quite a neat exi�ri-ence while riding along eight-mile lake the other clay. He and the cayuso were plugging along, the former satisfied with the condition of his beef cattle and things in general and the other dreaming of lighter loads he had borne, when Charlie espied a fidl grown wolf and at once gave chase. After a merry game of hide-and-seek for a while Hyssop finally got close enough to the frightened animal to make a try with the lariet. The throw was well-directed and a moment later the wolf was a fast prisoner. It is not every day one of these critters is captured in such a manner. A Fine Store. The Bentley Company have one of the best arranged stores to be found in the West. With three large stores and a commodious basement, they have every facility for handling their immense business. One of the features is the packing and deliverery room at the rear, which enables them to handle all of that business from the back of the store. On the second floor at the rear is the accountant's office and the private oflice of Mr, Barford, the manager. This floor is loiuled with shoes for Indies and gentlemen, clothihg and at the front is a ladies' department in charge of Miss Cameron, of Toronto. The new store in all of its details is a credit to the company and to the town. Labor Meeting Tonight A mass meeting of the laboring classes of this district will be held in Oliver's hall this (Wednesday) evening at 8 o'clock. The meeting will be addressed by labor men only, and a large attendance is requested from the laboring element. Maladie du Coit With regard to the disease known as maJadie du coit, which is somewhat prevalent among horsey, it is hard for the inspectors to say when it will be effectually checked. During the month just passed 31 head were killed at W. Ross' ranch and 11 at the quarantine farm. There are about 40 head at the latter institution now that may have to take the axe at any time. Scattered herds are now being rounded up for inspection. CliinookCiub Beets Officers. The fourth annual meeting of the Chinook club was held Thursday evening, when the followingofficers were elected:-President, C. P. F. Conybeare; Vice-president, P. L. Naismith; committee, Dr, Mew-bum, T. D. Keevin, M. Barford, change artist sw'itcheS a coat'he J. E. Lethbridge, L.M Johnstone; was wearing for one displayed Sec.-treaaurer, H. T. Cherry. New Clotliinil Firm. A.L. McKelvie.and A.R.McGuire are at the head of a new clothing firm, that opened for business last Monday morning in the storeroom north of C. W. Gray's hardware store. The name of the firm will be "The Two Macs," and these gentlemen have inaugurated their commercial career in a most auspicious manner. Mr.McKelvie for five years had charge of the dry goods department for Bentley & Co., while Mr. McGuire managed the tailoring department for' A. Southard. Both men enjoy a degree of popularity that bespeaks success for their new undertaking. James Rose has an interest in the business but will hot be identified with the management. The Herald wishes the new firm the prosperity that it deserves. An Expianattdn. Lethbridge, Nov. 6th, 1905 Editor Lethbridge Herald Town. Dear Sir:-Having seen the cir* cular letter of J. M. Ritchie which is distributed about town, we, the undersigned, who were present at the meeting of organized labor in the labor hall, beg to inform you that the resolution to support and vote for Mr. Ives as the candidate whose policy best suited the interest of labor, was put by the Chairman, I. M. Ritchie, and was unanimously carried by every member of the organization in the hall, voting for the same in the usual manner, without any dissenting voice, and the Chairman, J. M. Ritchie declared the resoluticm to be carried unanimously, and why, if it was a Tory dodge as Mr. Ritchie states in his letter, did be take such a prominent part in inviting his fellowmen to this meeting. We are prepared to furnish an affidavit to corroborate these statements. Yours truly Ja8. Sandham, Pres. Carpenters Union H. S. Hall, Pres, Masons and Bricklayers Union. ' D. J. McCoBMOCK, Sec. Brewers Union. Horse Blanket Jo Robes among a lot in the store and got safely away. Mrs. J. G. Wiegand and children left Tuesday for Helena, where they will spend the winter. Mr. Wiegand will join them shortly, and will make the trip by trail with his horses. �. J. Cann will open a branch for the sale of the Mason Risch piano in Lethbridge. Mr. Cann is an enperienced piano taan, and will do a big business with that justly celebrated intrumeut. A gentlemen by the name of Heytens, with his wife and family of eight children, and accompanied .a master tailor, all of Belgium, ^Loniiiwnight, and The club moved into its fine new building on Saturday last. Magnificent Quarters. A. Southard is moving into his new building this week,, and when he has his stock fully installed he will have one ot the best equipped clothing stores in -all of Western Canada. The store room is 25 bv 100 feet, with an unusually high ceiling and well lighted from front and rear. On one side is an oak wall case 80 feet long, and one 8 feet long on the other, There are 14 wardrobes,seven silent salesmen and two imported oak . tailoring, cabinets. The stora.Kwm,tiritMli artistic mogB,-:mmm'm^ plao*,.- MmS0W^^' ELECTION KETURNS. By special announcement ibe election returns will be read between acts Tfaursday evening at tite oper� bouse by tbe' management ol tiie Sherman and Piatt Stuck company. --- HEAR THE ELECTION NEWS. C. J. Eckstoim, tbe enterprising proprietor ol the' Dallas hotiel, has arranged to receive the election returns Thursday night, and as fast as ttef come in they will be posted for HtD benefit ot these at the hotel that evening. SHERMAN STOCK AND PLATT COMPANY. After a succeastul season of twelve weeks at Calgary, the Sherman and Piatt Stock company return to Letbbridge witJi a larger,.and ilwtMK com- liwmm beeii made ligh^tB on account of the dates in the eastern cities compelling them ,to shorten their stay here. ' On November 9th. they will play "The Hen-rlett*," the great play of flnancc. Friday, November 10, will be a grand production of Wm. Gillette's most successful comedy drama, "Because Ske Loved Him So." This was one of their'"bits" during their long season at Calgary. , On Saturday a aP^ cial laOies matlnco will be played for ladies and children, the play being, 'Village Gossip." To conclude their engagement they will play (or the first time in this city Roland Reid's comedy success, "Lend Me Your Wife," New and more specialties have been added to the plays and roost satitlactory performances are assured. ; IA peep in 9ur par Window I LOOKS GOOD ON A COLD DAY -A look through our iuinienae stores will convince you that we liave the I Correct Styles at Low Prices Ladies' Astrachan Jackets from $25 to $45 Ladies' French Seal Jackets, $75 Ladies' Storm Collars from i}.50 to 10.00. Ladies' Caperines, $10,00, .12.50, $15 and $25.00 Children's Bear Cloth Coats, clearing $2.25, 2.75 mid 3.00. LADIES' COSTUMES, SKIRTS AND COATS : Our store is new and natty and we fit ail sizes. Wi; liavo nii expert engaged to alter bands or shorten skirts. Silk Underskirt at $5.00, 7.50 and 10.00. Black Sateen IJiiderskirts heavy flounce frills and drop skirt, 11,50 to $4.00 SILK WAISTS-The finest assortment in the west, prices from 2,60 to 10.00. See our Silk Waist at $2.75. Just the thing for evening wear. Gents' Furnishings and Clothing Departnient/bristling with the choicest goods at cut prices E.J. HJLL & CO'Y FURNITURE SHOW-ROOM UPSTAIRS m We carry the best line of Stovos and Ranges in town BUCK'S "HAPPY THOUGHT" RANGE MOFFAT "NATIONA" RANGE andGURNEY-lTLDEN "SOUVENIR" These Stoves cannot be equalled for Quality and Price ' YOHO BAIH HEATEHS These are guaranteed to heat water in 90seconds. Tointroduce these we are offering them at $13.00, regular price $20.00.' G. L VROOMAN. - Hard^m Get Our Prices on Furnace Work. Plumbing, Etc. i DIRECT FROM ENGLAND We are pnttinf io stock today gome beautiful lines in Dinner Sets Tea Sets Toilet Sets These we have imported direct from the manufacturers and can therefore give our patrons the wholesale merchaots' profits. Exceptional values. Inspection invited. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO .oioioioTCKxd P. BURNS & 00. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MEAT MERCHANTS LARGEST BUYERS AND SHIPPERS OF LIVE STOCK IN THE NORTHWEST LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA TELEPHONE 91 HEAD OFFICE, . CALGARY The Lethbridge Hotel established-1685 W. Henderson, Proprietor V The largest and btst equipp^ed hp1 in Southern Alberta HEADQUARTERS FOR COMUEROJAL MENl WHEN IN LETHBKIDGH STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOT: Neat rooms, fine dining rqi and best of goods at the hi HENDERSON, PROPRIETOR ;