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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME I LKTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16,, 1905. hudson's ^\ ^) % Established 1670 OUR FALL STOCK ,is now complete and comprises one of the best assorted Dry Goods and freshest Grocery stocks in Southern Alberta, Car loads of poods arriving every week. YOURS FOR VALUE, hudson's bay co. THBR1DGE, ALBERTA \4 rfABLISllED 1817 Capital all paid ap...................SI4.MMN Reserved Fund...................... IM#M�t Balance Profit aid Lois.............. MS, 159 Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: JU8HT hon. LOUD JSTRATHCONA AMD MOUNT ROYAL. O. 0. M, 0. VICE-PRESIDENT^ hon SIR OKOROB A, DBUjftioND."k. cT�T. ^-- It, f, OW ustoh, I)JINBH41. MAN4QKK tranches and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in London, England, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland lers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world, 'JOLLECTIONS UJ J ON FAVORABLE TERMS �lTi� : "lil I'ldbl- at all point, in Unite* State;, Eu-ope and Cicada II Interest allowed on deposit* mi current rates ^thbridge Branch - L",.�EVE up Capital, f8.7W.M0 clian Bank Commerce HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO Reserve Fund, $3,500,000 HON. GEO. A. n't Maniger COX, PresMent ALEX. LAIRD, Ami. q-n'l Manager 130 BRANCHES CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES insiaesg transacted. Accent* *aj/ fcc opened and con* by nail with all branches of ibis Bank. BANK DEPARTMENT. wards received, and interest allowed at enrrent rates. deposit twice in each year, at the end of May The depositor Is subject to no delay whatever wal of whole or any portion of the deposit, ge, (Alta.,) Branch G. V.. NOURSE, MANAGER Pressed for Room. About noon today an order for an half page nd. from the the Lethbridge Co-operative Association was given the Herald/ too late to arrange for more room in this issue. As a result quite a lot of interesting reading matter hat)been crowded out. This is unfortunate for the Herald and its readers, but will be remedied next week. i........------------ .',.------------------ -� [�� ��----------.------ll A LIBERAL VICTORY The Government Sweeps the Province. "Jerry From Kerry." Patten and Perry's High-Class Comedy' "Jerry from Kerry," e cyclone of fun, is blowing this waji It boats any circus. So many of our town theatre goers have done nothing else but talk about its com ing on. Patten & Perry are a big company of jolly maidens, funny comedians, graceful buckwing dtiuccs, up-to-date specialties,bright clever and refined, three long acts, constant laughter, brimful of jolly frolic, music and original comedy Two and a half hours of solid humor, everything goes with dash, snap and sparkle, not a dul moment in it. The pretty girls with handsome faces and shapely figures, neatly costumed, will be a surprising feature seen in "Jerry from Kerry." Fun for the boys laughter for the girls. Bring the children; also grandma and grand pa, let the whole family see this attraction. This company also carrv their own superior Concert IT WINS 23 OUT OF 25 DISTRICTS Dr. DeVeber Is Electcl in the Lethbridge District-Recount at Ciliiry.| It was almost u clean sweep for the Liberals throughout the province of_ Alberta, the Conservatives having elected only two, so far as the latest returns show, the candidates at High River and Red Deer. The poll at Calgary was close, the returns showing a com- S.ratively small majority for the on! Mr. dishing, but a recount was held yesterday and the Herald has not yet secured,; the result. The landslide was not expected by either party, it being generally conceded that the government would have a safe majority. THE LETHBRIDGE DISTRICT. The election in Lethbridge was a quiet one, the ft iends of both candidates, however, doing hard work The Nelson Daily Tribune has suspended. Cran brook Eagles held a successful whist tournament last week. H. J. Johnston, V.S., of Coutts, was in the city on Monday. E. H. Hall, of San Francisco, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Hall. Anyone wishing to buy a thoroughbred bull pup should see Barney Scott, N. Rhodes and O. Hadfleld were in town Monday taking views of section for the C. P. R. R. Bedford has returned from Edmonton to his ranch at Little Bow, having been up north disposing of some horses. Madame Begin will in future receive on the first and fourth Mondays of each month at her home at the R.N.W.M.P. barracks The St. George's club has purchased the old Chinook club building and will move it to the lots owned by the club on Glyn street. The name of the club will be changed to Empire. At the opening of the young men's parlor of Wesley Church, on Monday evening, Mr. C. Roberts, gymnasium instructor, will give an exhibition of his work with u class of young men. W. R. Whitney, one of the prosperous ranchers of the Little Bow country, was in town today and came in to subscribe for the An Artistic Conceit The Haiold Jarvis concert held on Monday evening in Wesley church was much enjoyed by the rather small audience present, en passant it is to bo regretted that many of the citizens of Lethbridge show more appreciation to a travelling minstrel show than of an high class musical event. However the publi/ las this to say for itself that events of this nature are usually too high priced-it would 1 11***-*--^,'of an be butter im entertainment that throe at 75c present than two at 31.00. The concert itself, from an artistic point of view, was a success, various numbers being rendered in finished manner. The quality of Mr. Jarvis' voioe is too well known to the people of Lethbridge to need any eulogisins. Wo think he ex-cefled in "Heart of Oak," "The Deatli of Nelson," "The Admiral's Broom,"and "MucGregor's Gathering," all of which was splendidly sung. Miss Bennett scored another success, as did also Mr. McLellan in his guitar selections. The chorus work of the combined Knox and Wesley church choirs under the direction of Mr. Cherry, was very good, the treble and alto parts deserving social mention. Mrs. Neale accompanied Miss Burnett with her usual skill and Mr. Taylor did remarkably well in his work with Mr. Jarvis. AD P. Burns & Co. have purchased about 500 head of cattle of Mackies' ranch at Milk river. A very pleasant children's party was given at the Barracks last Saturday evening. A special meeting of the board of trade will be held this evening in the council chamber. Mr. {Sturgeon, of Sweet Grass recently sold 405 bucks to W. G uL^iroqt Grass, Movements of Bridge Gang. Peter Carroll's bridge and building gang has built six new standard bridges on the St. Marys road this fall. A new stock yard has also been completed at Cardston capable of accommodating about 1000 head of cattle. The gang removed to Kimball Friday to build scows for the steam shovel which is at work enlarging the irrigation ditohes, and will bo quartered in that section for the winter. GO TO A. EASTON & CO. Harness and Saddles, Trunks and Valises. Robes and Blankets. WHIPS, SPURS, BITS, ETC., ETC. Ordered Work a Specialty. HAY, OATS AND WHEAT FOR SALE . ADDRESS BOX 201, LETHBRIDGE 4� *f W#^#*#WW**W**�WWW?tWWW**ffl Mike Kelly Dead, Mike Kolly, aged 22, teamster for the Western Transfer company,-met with an accident at 9 o'clock yesterday morning that resulted in his death about four hours later at the Gait hospital. Mr. Kelly had just loaded his wagon with furniture at the freight shed and started up town, and whilo he was crossing the track tho load shifted and two articles fell off, starting the team The wagon was run into the ditch and Kolly lost his balanco and was thrown beneath the wagon, one of tho. wheels passing over the upper part of his body, badly crushing him. When picked up ho was un conscious and died at the hospital at l:i}0 that afternoon. Tho re mains will be sent to the home his parents|atFletoher,Out, tonight and tho city firemen will accompa ny them to tho train. It is only , few mouths ago that a brother, Jaok Kelly, was thrown from | water wagon and killed in the same i miHinur. Mike Kelly had life in suranco amounting to $2,000. yied fsily DR. G. G. GRA6G tSICIAN AND SURGEON Over HI|jluboth�ra's Drugstore "PHONE )tfil> 125 -.' House 94 DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN ANP SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Office-Ofer Ott's Barber Shop. Hours-10:30 to 18:00 noon; 3:00 to 5:00 p. m,; 7:00 to 8:30 p. lu. Office Night Bell and Telephone Peter E. Wilson, East Kootenay' new county court judge, celebrated his inaugural by handing out several doses of justice to Cran-brook wrong-doers. Thos. McKee, who stole jewelry from his em-ployer, W. H. Wilson, got five months, and Carl Johnson, alias Delaney, who attempted to rob the same gentleman, was presented with a year in the pen. All dipping vnts ore o_ again and the police are bj enforcing the regulations. T. H. Martin of Moosejuw, was in the city Monday, fo>tho nurpose of buying horses. The skeleton of a man has been found near Nelson with a bullet lole in the skull. Messrs. Donnan, Bowser and 'albot, ranchers in the Little Bow country, were in town yesterday. Const. Dench, of the N.W.M.P., las been transferred from Number hjee tp the Little How detachment. Miss Eva. Munroe, of Kipp Coolie, is in the city, the guest of ier sister, Mrs. O. AIcDonald. We are pleased to note that Dr. B. Jaakson is able to resume his dental practice, after a month's illness. Edwin C. Burtq, New York, Shoes for ladies at the Bentley Company, Limited. J.Anderson, manager of the High River Branch of the Union Bank, was in the city Monday. W. Shortt and Wm. Smith,! ranchers from High River, called ' in town Monday on their way to ] Cardston. Sam Young, a rancher, has gone to Billings, Mont., to dispose of his interests, as ho is anxious to invest in more Alberta land. It is hardly necessary to call attention to tho big ad. in the last page for tho Lethbridge Co-Oper-ative Association. It speaks for itself. J. A. Macdonald, architect, made a round trip to Raymond on Saturday. He reports work progressing rapidly pn the now Bank of Montreal building in that town. The Alberta Land Company paidi$61.50 an acre for some school lands within throe miles of Calgary at the sale last week.1 The laud was bought for fall wheat. The tenth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Whitney's marriage will be celebrated at the ranch of the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N, Walwork, at Bow Island on tho 20th hist. A choice selection of Veilings, Laces, Embroideries; - Chiffon, Ruchings, Dress Trimmings, and Appliques received by express today at the Bentley Company, Ltd. Mrs. Robt. Noyin returned last night from Calgary, where she has been visiting her sons. She was accompanied homo by her son James, who will remain in Loth bridge for a few weeks. Mr. Yerby, a lawyer of St. Paul was in the city this wtiek looking up data regarding thf standpipc* accident about u JeiuMigo, in the interests of a young man who was injured at that time, f Al. Morris, while unloading a car of heavy timbers on Tuesday, was badly injured by a stake breaking and allowing several timbers to fall upon him. His right hip was badly crushed and the log broken at the ankle. The victim was taken to the Gait Hospital for treatment. The opening services in connection with tho young men's parlor of Wesley church will be held next Sabbath. Special addresses will be given. A choir of younu men only will render tho musical part of the services. In the evening servico space will be reserved for young men so that they may sit together. On Monday evening a social gathering will be he'il in the basement, at which the parlors will bo formerly opened and a young men's club organized. An interesting programe will be rendered and refreshments Berved. Every man in town is invited to attend. SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers *. 1 Why Not Save SffSftSftlftglglfftll^^ XXX ONTARIO WINTER IN BARRELS AND BOXES Hew � groceries Raisins, Currants, Peels, Figs, Dates, Jam, Canned Goods, Etc. Several Carloads Recently Placed in Stock. Ok Bemky eo'y, m WHOLES W.K AND RETAIL 50per cent BV L5UYING YOUR IXMAS WATCHES land JEWELRY FROM y y t IZILLIAX  V X f y Before the 20th of this month? HEAT IS NECESSARY IN COLD WEATHER! $?> ^ ^  . We furnish the most economical heat as our stoves give the Maximum Heat for the Minimum Fuel Used... Plumbing, Hot Water and Steam Heating is our specialty * iTiUakelyv ;