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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta Make a Specialty Of filling large orders of ROCERJES Patrons will find Our Prices RIGHT. Ask for PRICES On all kinds of iNNED GOODS CASE --------AND-------- IUGAR BY THE SACK. "it-rite Clothing. J0 The Ames Holden's Boots and Shoes. A. MACDONALD CO. nt.ii T wish to draw your atten- tion to a new of Perfumes 1 hey-tiri'i .fiisl new as the paper and ol except- ional vilue. i; J.JOHNSTON OPERA HOUSE STARTING HOY. Mr C P Wolkrr Presents the imminent Actor M R. Supported by MR CLIFFORD LANE BRUCE and a Cap- ublc Company in Prince Otto C .s Skinner's Groat Play SUMPTUOUS PRODUCTION OF "iHr, MOST I'ASCINAT- ING liCUlANTTi" PAST DECADE Telephone fyour news items tc: tlie ]0li. Ben. Whitney packed in the Grassy Lake ballot box TlinrHdiiy night. Mr. McLean has finished the de- livery of iKKK) bushels of wheat to the elevator. J. L. Condry, ot I'a., is nunibered among the new settlers in thisdislrict. Capt. Alackie was in from the .Milk River country a couple of days last week. The C. P. survey party moved its to within a mile or so of Kipp last week. Furnished to Let. suitaMe For gentleman Apply at Herald oliice. Mrs. >S. J. McDiarmid returned Sunday from a visit to her parental 'ine in Viineouver. Dave Whitney has finished har- vesting ten acres nf potatoes, and lepoits a good yiekl. Mrs JJ Grace, who has bi-en ill For some time, is now on a fair .0 complete recovery. 11. (jr. Folsom, the Cardslon con- .r.ietor, accompanied by his ,er, spent Saturday in town. Kinith Bros. Wilson purchased a fine 4-year-old colt from McAdoo the other day for Mrs. G. Hogan and daughter, of I'iiK-li'T Hreek. spent a couple oi dayfi last week at the Arlington M. Priest, the barber, has gotten out some dainty, lithographed ad- vertising hangers that are quite in demand, Xow that the excitement of the it is incial campaign is over, time to start in I1, Hums it Oo have bought four loin near the hospital, upon which they will build a turn and an ice house. J''or monuments and headstones see U. C. Jloorc. 1-12 I I.C. Kelley, the Ha.ymond farm implemi nt deali-r, was in town Fri- day, lie crops good, pai- ticnlarly in the Cariislon district. F. Koilgera, manager of West- ern WaichouM'and Transfer Com- pany, left Sunday night for the north, on a two weeks' business trip. C. I'. Alt-Queen of Calgary, manager for the (ireat West Life Insurance Co visited his brother, A. Thursday and Friday. Jus. who look a car of draft horses to Manitoba a couple ol inonllih ago, ret n i ned last week, Hi-rrpiirU an active demand for good I'm m hurscb in that country. VYilliam ninvr will be the repn senlalive of the Lethbridge loilgc, 1. O O. F., al the inslitulion of the mil lodge of Alberta al Calgary Thursday anil Friday of this week. Commercial men and others are raising a kick because of the ab Hi-m-e of a '-nett'sv" on the aontli trains bet'.Men .Shelby and Lelh- bridge. and U-thbiidge and Card- ston C. S. Keating, of Man., has accepted a position as book- keeper lor Smith Hros. it Wilson, who are now established in their new quarters in the Conybetire block. in ''The '2 Macs" ad. last week one item should have read Car- hartt overalls'' instead of "Comfort overalls.'' This is the only linn in town handling the famousCarhartt brand. Smith liiT'S Wilson, the con. Iracloib. have secured a btone ijnarry near Lethbridge that will them to gel the best of stone :it home, instead of shipping from Calgary 0. II. O'Tott, of Little Bow, and lloulewere married in ;'alirary last week. The happy returned Tliursda) and the day left for their future home in the ranch. The Kooteney Marble Company. Nelson. K C Moore, jigrnl. 1-12 Dr. K. C. McClure left Thursday light tor Toronto 10 attend the convention ol ihe Dominion Dental Association, which takes place in hat city today. The doctor will elurn next week. Chas. Kdwards lost control of a .eain of horsi-s he was diiving on election day and Ihe animals made plunge lo get but were caught by Fnrinan before any Ultimo was done D.ive Vi'hilney's t'-inn took an unscheduled dou n me avenue I'ridiiy. but VVMS brought to a halt it'ter they had done a couple of blpckb. Nothing inuie senoiib than a joblorlhe horiiessmaker resulted. Tlie Lothbridge Malt- ing Co, will hiive liock bej'r on the market in ubontu week. ]t K. If. Small, proprietor of the Hotel at Ounbiook, was the firat niiin tc the money for the LothbridKC-'1 Herald, and thereby Itecaine its liist sub- serilier. things tluin that have made men famous in tlu history of the world. .lames, Balfour, the well-known hustler for railway insurance, been made manager ot agencies fo his company from Winnipeg to th roust. The promotion was a d( PHOTOS served one and will meet th and havi upon the. approval of Air. Balfour's legion o friends in the West. If yon are sufficiently pleaset with the Herald to become a regu lar reader, drop into the printing and plank enough of: tl: coin of the realm on the mahogany desk of the manager your name inscribed Ill-raid's roll ot honor. Tlio Nilsson Brothers, of Tabei were in town on business matters a couple of days last week. These boys have been doing somesuecess- ful stock raising of Jatc and are now branching out into another line, A few days ago they opened up a new meat market at Taber id are already doing a good busi ness. D. H. Elton, editor of the Al- Ijerla Star at Cardston, paid the Herald a fiaternal visit last week while, on his rounds collecting the jallot boxes. Mr. Elton had been doing some strenuous political stuntsand hisoratorical organs were somewhat out of plumb from over- e.xertifii, but he seemed to feel good all over just the same. Just arrived, a full line of ladies' Empress Shoes at the. Central Boot and Shoe Store. Itf T. J. Simons received word on Wednesday last that his mother was very ill at her home in Owen Sound, Out., and he left on that night's train for the eabt. On arriving at Swift Current, however, Air. Simons was greatly delighted to find a telegram awaiting him, stating that his mother had greatly improved .and was out of danger. He therefore returned to Leth- bridge on the next west-bound. E. T. Snunders, so long the edit- or and proprietor of the News, will leave next month for California to spend the winter amid the orangu blossoms of that state. If there is all Alberta who deserves a vacation it is Mr. Saunders. For W years he has lived and labored in Lethbridge, and his name is known to hundreds who will join with the Herald in wishing him a happy visit in the sunny south. If dumb animals could talk many a blessing would be ahovered on C. J. Eckstorm by the brute crea- tion for the human motive that prompted his placing the watering front of tho Dallas horsu contents 'JiTitf Hammond Bros. Photog'raphers To advertise their fine and up- to-date PortrailG, will give Free Sittings To all who call THIS MONTH No Money To Pay at thn time ot Hitting. If you don't like them when finiel: ed, don't pay for them HAMMOND BROS. CHURCH DIRECTORY. (JATIIOLIO CJJUHCU. Sunday Services.-- Low miss, a. in., high mas 11.00.; vespers, 7.30 p. m. Daily Mass 6.BO a. m. Fathei Van Tlgbcm ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH. liev. J. S. Ohivers, A. K. (J., Rector. Rev. Jones, B.A., Assistant. Malms al 11.110 i. ui. Sunday School at 8.00 p. m Evensong at 7.30 p. in. Celeb; -.tion of Holy 1st Sunday in the month at il.OO a. m. 3rd Sunday after Matins. Other Sun- days at 10.30 a. m. Dally Matins and Evensong at ta and 7.30 p. m. ST. MARY'S MISSION (No. 3.) Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Evensong at 4.30 p. m. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev, J. G. Hughson, Pastor. Sunday services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3.00 p. m. 'rayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8.00 p. ra. Ipworth League, Fridays, at 8 00 p. in. KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Rev. A. M. Goidon, Minister, iiinday Services at 11.00 a m. and 7.30 p. m Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. 'raver Meeting each Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock. IJAPTIST TABERNACLE. C. Padley, Pastor, lunday Senices at 11 00 a m 7 30 p. m. suntiay School at 3.00 p. m. and S "Frandscd de Rimini" Vrici-s. on at Store. O and 75c sale one week in ad- Iliginbotham's Drug lu eppcci- idly by keep- ing as represented 1N8UR Twenty years ago when volume T, No. 1'of "The Lethbridge News appealed it contained our adver- tisement. and so has every issue since. The people have found that it Pays to Deal at -PURE DRUGS FAIB PRICES RELIABLE DISPENSING Telephone 49 Night Bell A LOCAL BUDGET. Tl is less than six weeks ti Christmas. John Koss was in the city.Satur day from Medicine Hat. Al. Whitney is building addition to his residence. P. Burns ,v will ship "JKK) sheep lo Calgary tomorrow. A.M.Morin of Little a few days lasi week in the Smoke the '-hrllibridge Belie" and home industry. Itf T, Logan, of Maple (-'reek, was hero last week buying up a car of horses. TV. W. Brant of Oanlslon, was in town last Friday on professional business. It is expected that Ihe Raymond :ipal PUH.KB. Smol.o the -'Lethbridge IBelle." iiid patronize home industry. Itf Tom McCarly has added another ilorey and made other improve- nenls to his house on the ranch ross the, river. W. Morris has the contract for willing the stone for tV nev station. Tt will be procured fiom Hyssop's bottom. C. Cooper, who was formerly with C. Funnan Co. at Taber, icwpted position with Douglas Douglas Keo. Murray, who has taken up i location at Stirling, spent a few lays last week with his brother-in- law, Norman Morrison. Ham'l Pillmau, of Wyoming, passed through town Sunday on lis way lo Ijacoinbe, whcrr he has Jil'c-n up a tract of land. Watch for the Lelhbiidge Brew- ing Co.'s fine brand of Itock beer 1 IT. Sage, who has been ill in the hospital from typhoid fever for some tune, is getting along nicely and will shortly be out again. The Indians have been (lucking back from the beet fields the past week with the blades of their "tomahawks" red and dulled. J. 11. Wicr. a Nelson. B. C., dry goods man. was in town this up the situation with a view lo establishing in business here. 8j j uon mat the ladies of the Metho- dist church gave a supijer on Mon- day night that a able and satil.ictory event, both from a gaslroimuiical and aitistie standpcii't. House to Five roomed house, 5 minutes walk fiom pubt office: electric light and city Ayply V. 0. Box 77. city. H The Herald subscription list is piling up by leaps and bounds, and has exceeded our loudest expecta- tions. The, roll honor is still open, and if your name is not nl- rwuly inscribed jou'.shoidirloso no time in getting on. Lou Simpson, I rougl Many with I __ the pure, un- vvhile his master is inside stowing a geyser under his belt. It is also a favorite resort for the canine tribe and stray cattle. A Delightful Social Feature. Another of those many social vents that so pleasantly vary the enor of life in Lcthbridge was held list Wednesday afternoon, when ATS. W. D. L. Hardie entertained er many lady friends at a very njoyablo euchre party. Fashion, icauty and wit commingling in uoli a genial atmosphere, and nidi" so delightful a hostess.assist- Having secured u choice eonfligmnent of ,'ap- uni'so Warn and Fancy Goods, suitable for Christmas or Wedding Presents, at jeumrk- ably low prices, I invilo you to aliiu-o the pro- fits. From now until Clirislnms Eve, make special rulnctiou on every article in the above lines. Do not imagine fiat this is tliu ordin- ary elieiip John vendor's cull. A visit to THE BOOtt STORE and a look over our goods and prices will con- vince you that my usual Thanksgiving sale after Christmas has this year been placed six weeks ahead. Free storage for any selec- tions you may make. When your efforts have been exhausted elsewhere Call on Us. Our display exceeds that of ANY PEEVIOU8 YEAK Big Surprises in Diaojon Set Kings -Watte, Lockets and Jewelry Absolutely New Designs in GoJd Rings, Gold Jewelry, Rich Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Sterling Novelettes, Leather Goods and Ebony WRIGHT BROS UP-TO-DATS CATALOGUE will give you tile prices on tlie above goods FIVE: Fcraic Medicine Hat R. A. Wright C. C. Wrtjlit A. M. Wright Kosthern B. W. Wright Prince Albert F. W. Wright A. WRIGHT, JEWELER Issuer of Marriage Licenses. No Hobt. Kellock, of Macleod hotel fame, spent Friday and Saturday in town. Mr.'Kollpck has one arm seini-pnralyised condition, resulting from injuries sustained in n runaway. He placed himself under Dr." Mewburn's care :'t the hospital Saturday and underwent tin initial treatment for the restor- ation oE the. arm lo usefulness. The doctor is confident a cure fully held tin of town Oquawka. Illinois, was in town last week closing his entry on a homestead east ot N, HI ton. Mr Simpson says that there are hundreds ol people in his State who are coming (o Southern A Iberia next year. Srottv Tioss drove in nine head of fine beef rattle from his St Marys ranch List Friday for ]v. Burns Co. The animals were a little above the oulin.iry. The lixe steers weighed J "iOO lbs_. each, Idle the' four cows lipped the sc.iles at over 1-00 1'os. each. The fall wheat proposition looks Mrs. IT. of lied Creek, accompanied by her daughter.] a fewilnyi in town the past I ,-k visiting her son. -F. 'Pennant. 'good lo the Little How laiiclitrii i and they are going in for il exten- sively has been ver_> ,j. I good, especially in the vicinity ol 1VI Cl.ireshohn vviieie il has panned out biibhols to the acie. Oats h.ivii threshed 100 bushels to tin: acre in manv localities All th spe O. II liiggar, the promising young Kdmonton lawyer did spe.iking in There are big doings at Cardilon coiihider.ilil' i this week. ,1.W. the mem- (hi1! dUirict during the cam- I bei'-i-lccl. is treating his friends to jinign, sloplied over in a bigdanceandgeneral joliilicalion. om> nliiiery will lx; kepi running until Christinas. 1 Don't hide your light under a bushel, If you have a live news item tell it, to (.ho Herald, John bridgeman. was in town a couple ol elni'-l; iviek. He lllllill the condition of lliingq ill Soutliein .mil natur- ally feels good The set up in the opera house during the Sherman A: Plait shows lasl week by Ixjys old enough lo know better were dis- graceful to say the least. They reminded one of a bunch of hood- lums at an "old man's darling" charivari. What with the shrill whistling, stamping feet and shouting whenever the curtain was lowered, and sometimes when it was up, much of the enjoyment of the performances was lost, and ,o very complimentary impression would be left on the minds of strangers present. We do not think Ihe boys do this wilfully it looks more like a habit they hav been indulging in without being called to lask for il. But that no excubo, and the sooner strict measures are adopted lo blot out this sort of liack woods behavior the better it will be for all parties concerned. There are miles of prairie around here where thuyoulh can get rid of his superfluous nervous force without making a rough house at every per form.nice I hat comes along. Hoys, be gentlemanly; itcosts nothing and gains much. ___jjii'iisserting that the highest price ever paid in the west for a aingle copy of a was handed A Fine Hotel, last wee ek and left Niniliiyl''' ,i, Kiimonlon, where he will spend the progress winter. (i.ll. Salnr- Tin; Hole! haa 1 been undergoing some more in- terior improvements, wit li the ob- ject of perfect accommodation foi its guests in view. The Lelhbridgi) house is concedm! today by the travelirg public to be ofic1 of the hotels. Uslw'een anconvor. In fact bolter hotelanywhcro hand'ingoul a'rciii'liiiid'ari'i'cie'anii lllP wosl" Mr' Henderson, tlio work on the varioim buildings proprietor, hasi spent, bg sumsi of rinur ahead 'uoney m making the place mrxlern :1 ho has accom- by an equally charming daugh- ;er, the function in the nost brilliant manner. The feature of the afternoon was the splendid playing of Mrs. Begin .nd Mrs. McXiooll, who success- head table iv the I W ill opponents throughout entire series of games. A11 he con- clusion of play these ladies cut for when Mrs. MeNicoll irsl pro' t prize, 'Veil Fortune's Eavonti "Strathcona First tieraid Bought for We have 110 statiatics on the Lethbridize about o.iiO o'clock last Wednesday evening when C J Fekstorm, proprietor of tlie Hotel Dallas, separated himself from a ten-dollar note for tin lirst copy delivered from the of No. 1, Vol. T, of the Lethbridge Herald. The paper was carefully taken from the press, folded and delivered by a special messenger to Mr. Eckstorm before any other copies were run off. Quite a num- ber happened to be in the oliice of the Dalian at the time ami a lively icramble ensued for a few minutes, for everyone to scan the ilumns of the first spabir. of the newest newspaper born. increased higns of ryvvh'cre visible, 'Pile lam! has been kind ito us fellows this remarked a local l ae oca, day on his way to Haynioncl rom to hesLeiiuipH Clareshohn, where he has been ain't it. the v some smveBiful larinmg tins there not a sninmi'i1. handing out a real mild article anil w08'" 1 1C Smith of Cranbrook, head work on the various buildings proprietor, liij: f i 1 b ilj and building under way been forging ahead "WJ'K 'i r lienl was in town Kridav rapidly. It looks, loo, as if these 'is r in business for Ih'o favorable condilioiii, were to renmin Mturday on Dnsini f o hotal t A Mysterious Light, Several of the people living around eight-mile l-ike are again trying to solve the problem of the mysterious light 'hat has been visible, so it is sl-.lcd. for many years back. The light is easily discernahle in an easterly direction from Captain house and that gentleman and a parly of visitors started fiom his lanch one niglil recently to local'1 glim. They traveled a considerable distance, but as they still seemed to be as far away from the source as ever, gave the investigation up. Many IXTSOUS claim to have seen this strangely elushe light, but when yon ask them what think it. is or whence it conies they all flhake their heads and say, "1 pass." Possibly it is of a phosphorescent mil ure-although this theory is contnv'.ieted by aome, Arthur Bullock and A roll, Tint- ton loft Monday night for Fifteen mid Klve.li Loth- 1 (hoy will enjoy ft For Hard or Soft Coal, SlacK, Etc. This is one of trie most successful Huaters ever introduced into the -western market It meets the demand. It is easy to handle, has a hot air blast drait that consumes the gas, smoke-proof feed door, extra large ash. pan and eVea-y mod- mprovements. Jt is the Stove C. W. GRAY THE HAHDWAHE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 WHAT THEY SAY. company nmy well feu) proud ot. I 'ow ilfty> (Ulok shooting, FHITZ am to see the funnels in tciutory laist Uio hi-it of bailey. The clnnale and tic soil will piuiluce tin: best if piopeily taki-n of- TIlc 'b wlira LeUibridgc will be a gieat lej inailvi't, ami how distant Ui.'Mlay is'to be iloiwiuls to a gieal exlcnt 1111- uii the piodutcr. J Kl'KSTOKM-Thc trilqilnry uoiintiy is going to inaku LiMhlirulgc. Wr liave got Hie country and tins is bums iluinoiisttatoil inoic and nioic ,-aoli yi-ai The time is. i-oniniR wlu-n Li'lhliiiilgc will be the ci-nki ot .x gii'.it prosperous faiiimig rcinntiy with in.iny Ilourlsliing low us. (IKO. M HATCH, liniinglation in- specioi, siK-aking uf Soutliun Al- licitii pcopk' of this liuii of the couniry tlon'l they liaxc got. It is one of tin- filcitesi siftioiii, of counliy nn Hie Ainorican continunl, anil wiOiin a few yeAi's- hnnilieils will bu us uiioio novi is naught but Suicly .SouUvin Allicita is thi' Innil of inoiniiu ilns gcnei at ion, and l.cthbtiilge is liKMlcil in n foi Innate position Tin town will gel the benefit, diicol ot all tlii> incicasc in population, that Imiiail to conic to this territory. N. MACM1CK1NC1, manager of the Union hdi, a gieat future. The tcuiloiy tubiitary to this town is lien enough to make this place u great cpininer- oial The iifoplo Me just be- ginning to what the lands ale worth, and as the sin rounding Icnl- Is ilovclopcil, LcUihrWgc will gol the bcwftt. C W man can make a mistake by investing in Lethbridge property. I am satisfied that this town has a gu-.il future. Tl-c deve- lopment of Uiu counliy aiound-the fnwn is bound to make it a gieat business mitnr. -t----------- R HAHOI.n NKI.SON IN' PRINCE OTTO. The most nnporta.nt dramaMc evat in the early tlu'al Reason will bo tlie teic of Mr. Harold Ni'lbon in the of Rob- eil Louis SloM-nson's famous novel, I'nnce Olio play ranns, among lh- lomnosl ot the iceent inetropoli- t.nn suecesseK, having lieca presented foi Ions hi London, Nevy Yolk, I'liie.igo, and the olhei laige cities by All Oils SKinncr, one Hie vvoild's aeiois The slory is strong, clinmviK .tin ilhng, .anil tile heart niU-iesl picvailnig thionshout. As I'tiiiei- Olio, iUi. Nelson will he seen ,il his host; tlie allows -lor evriy emotrAn fiom eomeily to th" ueavy iliiunatic climaxes, and i-.isli-in [-lilie.s unite m dcdaiing it Ihe nitistic success of Nelson's tlie rlalmiate manner which has mark- rd tins popular uctoi's iceent produc- tions, the sreni-iy all lieinj? new and the costumes linn-Uoinc and histo'l- rally i-onc-i Mr. Kelson will bo" snppoilMl i.j' an evcHli'iil company, which will inchulo Mr. ClitTocd UIIICP, Hie hanilsoiiip anil talented leatling man, nnil others of like abil- ity. Piinee Otto will he seen at tho Opcia Ilriiiso November 17.i. is conceded to bo tho windiest town on the Crow, which probably nccounls for tho brisk demand there for hand pointed stockings. ;