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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta Make a Specialty Of filling large orders of ROCER1ES will find Our Prices RIGHT. Ask for PRICES On all kinds of NNED GOODS CASE j ---------AND-------- IUGAR BY THE SACK. it-rite Clothing. The Ames Holden's Boots and Shoes. P, Burns Co. havo bought four lots near the hospital, upon which they will build -i barn and mi ice? house. For monuments and headstones see 13. 0. Moore, 1-12 11.0. Kelloy, the '.Raymond farm implement dealer, was in town Fri- day. reports crops good, par- ticularly in the CanlutoH district. F. Rodgers, inanagor of West- ern Warehouse and Transfer Com- pany, left Sunday night for the north, on a two weeks' business trip. C. P. KcQtieon of Calgary, manager for the Great West Life The Lethbridge ing Co. will, have Bock beta on the market in about a week. E. H. Small, proprietot of Cosmopolitan Hotel at C.-anbrook, was the first man the money for the Lethbridgcv Herald, and thereby Ixicame its first sub- scriber. Less things than that have made men famous in tho history of the world. James J3alfour, the well-known hustler for railway insurance, has been made manager of agencies for his company from Winnipeg to the coast. The promotion was a de- served one and will meet with the approval of Mr. Balfour's legion of insurance Co., visited- his brother, friends in the West, A. M. Thursday and Fridav. Jos. Frame, who took a draft horses to Manitoba a car of couple A. MACDONALD CO. of months ago, returned last week, lie reports an active demand for good, farm horses in that country. William Oliver will be the repre- sentative of the Lethbridge lodge, O.-O. F., at the institution of the rand lodge of Alberta at Calgary riiursday imd Friday of this week. Commercial men and others are a kick because of the ab- I wish to drayf your atten- a stock of times as new as and of except- ional; value. UUOHNSTON OPERA HOUSE Ir. C. P. Walkqr. Presents -Supported by MR. CLIFFORD LANE BRUCE and a Cap- able Company in S.kinner's Great Play SUMPTUOUS PRODUCTION -OF -JLHE MOST FASCINAT- ING- THE PAST .DUCADE Telephone lyour news items to the 10G. Ben. Whitney packed in the Grassy Luke ballot box Thursday night. Mr. McLean has finished the de- livery of 9000 bushels of wheat to the elevator. J. L. Condry, of Erie, Pa., is numbered among th'j now settlers in this district. Capt. Mackie was in from the Milk River country a couple of days last week. The C. P. R. survey party moved its camp to within a mile or so of: Kipp last week. Furnished Room to Let. suitable for gentleman Apply at Herald office. Mrs. S. J. McDiarmid returned Sunday from a visit to her parental home in Vancouver. Dave Whitney has finished har- vesting ten acres of potatoes, and reports a good yield. Mrs. M. Crrace, who has ill for some time, is now on a fair way to complete recovery. H. CT. Folsom, the Gardston con- tractor, accompanied by his ter, spent Saturday in town. Smith Bros. Wilson purchased a fine 4-year-old colt from Win MeAdod the other day for Sl2o. Mrs. G. Hogan and daughter, of Pin'-her Greek.-spent a oouple of days last week at the Arlington. M. Priest, the barber, has gotten out some dainty, lithographed ad- vertising hangers that are quite in demand. Now that the excitement of the .provincial campaign is over, it is to start in PHOTOS Hammond Bros. Photographers To advertise their fine and up- to-date Portraits, will' give Free Sittings To all who call THIS MONTH. No Money To Pay at the time of sitting. If you don't like them when finish- ed, don't pay for them. HAMMOND BROS. If you are sufficiently pleased with tho Herald to Income a regu- lar reader, drop into the printing palace and plank enough of the coin of the realm on the mahogany desk of the manager and ave upon the SfMce of a on the south :rains between ISlmlby and Leth- jridge. and Lethbridge and Gard- ston. G. S. Keating, of "Brandon, Man., ms accepted a position as book- teepur for Smith Wilson, who are now established in their new quarters in the Conybeare block. 2-Macs" ad. last week one item should have read "Car- lartt overalls'1 instead of "Comfort overalls.'T This is the only firm in town handling the famous Garhartt oruud. Smith i3ros. Wilson, the con- tactors, have secured a stone juarry near Lethbridge that will enable them to get the best of stone it home, instead of shipping from Oalgary. 0. H. OTott, of Little Bow, and Miss Julia lloule were married in Calgary last week. The happy :juir returned Thursday and the next day left for their future home on the ranch. The Kooteney jSlarble Company. Nolson. B. G. Moore, agent. 1-12 Dr. R. G. McClure left Thursday night ior Toronto to attend the convention of the Dominion Dental Association, which takes place in that city today- The doctor will return next week. Chas. Edwards lost control of a team of horses he was driving on election and the animals made a plunge to get away, but were caught by Oas. Furman before any daaiago was done. Dave "Whitney's team took an unschedtded down the avenue Friday, but was brought to a halt after they had do IIP a couple oi blocks. Nothing more serious than a job for the hornessmaker resulted Last week your name inscribed Herald's roll ot honor. The Nilsson Brothers, of Taber, town on business matters a couple of days last week. These boys have been doing some success- ful stock raising of late and are now branching out into another line. A few days ago they opened up a new meat market at Taber md are already doing a good biisi- iess. D. H. Elton, editor of the Al- xjrta Star at Cardston, paid the lerald a fraternal visit last week vhile on his rounds collecting the ballot boxes. Mr. Elton had been loing some strenuous political stunts and h is oratorical organs were somewhat out of plumb from over- cxertk-n, but he seemed to feel good all over just the same. Just arrived, a full line of ladies' impress 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, Ont, and he left on that light's, train for the east. On arriving at Swift Current, however, Mr. Simons was greatly delighted :o find a telegram awaiting him, stating that his mother had greatly mprovedjmd was out of danger. Fie therefore returned to Leth- jridge on the next west-bound. E. T. Saunders, so long the edit- or and proprietor of the News, will .eave next month for California to spend the winter amid the orange blossoms of that state. If there is i man in all Alberta who deserves a vacation it is Mr. Saunders. For 20 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 showered on G. J. Eckstorm by the brute crea- tion for .the human motive thai prompted his placing t.lie watering trough in front of the Dallas. Many a horse contents CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATHOLIC CHUUCH. Sunday mass, a. m.; high mass, 11.00.; vespers, 7.30 p. m. Daily Uass 6.30 a. m. Van Tigbcin. ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH. ftcv. J. S. Chivers, A. K. C., Rector. Rev. Jones, 13.A., Assistant. Matins at li.OO a. m. Sunday School at p. m Evensong at 7.30 p. m. Celebration of Holy 1st Sunday in the month 'at 11.00 a. m. 3rd Sunday after Matins. Other Sun- days at 10.30 a. m. Daily Matins and Evensong at 9.30 a. ra. 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. Or. Hughson, Pastor. Sunday services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8. Ep worth p. m. League, Fridays, at 8.00 KNOj: CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Rev. A. M. Minister. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock. BAPTIST TABERNACLE. Rev. C. Padley, Pastor. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. and W- Having secured a choice consignment of Jap- anese Ware and Fancy Goods, suitable for Christmas or Wedding Presents, at Vu'iJiark- ably low prices, I invite you to share the pro- fits. From now until Christmas Eve, I make special reduction on every article in the above lines. Do not imagine that this is the ary cheap John vendor's call. A visit to ?Y vv n AJL THE BOOK 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. RO'BWT When your efforts have been exhausted elsewhere Call on Us. Our display exceeds that of ANY PREVIOUS YEAR Big Surprises in Diamon Set Kings .Watches, Lockets and Jewelry Absolutely New Designs in Gold Rings, Gold Jewelry, Rich Cut Glass, Hand Painted China; Sterling Novelettes, Leather Goods and Ebony WRIGHT BROS UP-TO-DATE CATALOGUE will give you the prices on th.e above goods i Leii.bridfe R. A. Wrijht Feraie C. C.-Wrtjht Medicine Hat A.M.Wright Rosthern B. W. Wright Prince Albert F. W. Wright "Francisca de Rimini n Prices. and 75c Fsatsou sale one week in ad- nnboLliarn's Drug _ about', cirJal PUT' Smoke the -'Lethbridge Belle." and patronize home industry. Itf Tom McCarty has added another storey and made other improve- ments to his house on the ranch across the "W. Morris has the contract for hauling the stone for the new station. It will be procured from Hyssop's bottom. Cooper, ,.whq .was., formerly v. as represented fllSOR-S SUCCESS s ago i T ii volume .L, 'LetJibridgij News "contained our adver- tisement. and so has every issue since. Tho people have found that It Pays to Deal at Ton tnat the ladies of the Metho- list church gave a supper on Moa- lay night that proved a very enjoy- able and satifactory event, both :rom a and artistic standpcrat. House to roomed house. 5 minutes walk from post- office: electric light and city wat2r. Ayply P. 0. Box 77, city. It The Herald subscription list is piling up by leaps and bomuls. ant has exceeded our fondest expecta, .The of? honor DRUGS FAIB PRICES RELIABLE DISPENSING Telephone 49 Night Bell Douglas I' Geo. Murray, who has taken a location at Stirling, spent a few dajTs last week with his brother-in- law. Norman Morrison. Sam'l -Pillmaii, of passed through town Sunday on lis way to Lacombc. where, he has akcn up a tract of Watch for the Lethbridge .Brew- ing Co.'s fine brand of Bock beer.l H. Sage, who has ill in the hospital from typhoid fever for some time, is trotting along nicely and will shortly be out again. The Indians have been flocking back from the beet fields the past _. -ti c ii time Lou Simpson, of Oqnawka Illinois, was in town.bist weel closing his entry on a homester east of Canton. Mr. Simpson say that there, are hundreds ot" people in his State who are coming Southern Alberta next year. Scotty Ross drove in nine head o fine beef cattle from his St Mary ranch last Friday for P. Burns Co. The animals were littl above the ordinary. The fiv steers weighed 1500 whil the four cows tipped the scales at 1 over 1200 Ibs. each. The fall wheat proposition looks T- hls nside stowing a geyser under his elt. It is also a favorite resort for lie canine tribe and stray cattle. A Delightful Social Feature. Another of those many socia events that so pleasantly vary the tenor of life in Lethbriclge was nek1 last Wednesday afternoon, whet Mrs. W. D. L.'Hardie entertained her many lady friends at a very enjoyable euchre party. Fashion, commingling in a genial atmosphere, and so delightful a an equally charming claugli-1' er, the function passectrotfi in the most brilliant manner. v The feature of the afternoon was ae splendid playing of Mrs. Begin nd Mrs. who success- R. A. WRIGHT, JEWELER Issuer of Marriage Licenses. No witnesses required Robt. Kellock, of Macleod hotel ame, spent Friday and Saturday n town. Mr. 'Kellock has one arm a semi-paralyised condition. resulting from injuries sustained in i runaway. He placed himself mderDr. Mewburn's care at the hospital Satin-day and underwent tin- initial treatment for the restor- ation of the arm to usefulness The doctor is confident, a cure, can 'an Vily held the head table againsi j 11 opponents throughout the ntire series of games. Afc the con- lusion of play these ladies cut for irst prize, whan Mrs. McNicoll proved ally feels 'gbodi'ih f set up irTlh an A LOCALJUJDGET. It is less than six weeks til John Ross wns in the cit day from Medicine Hat. Al. Whitney is building addition to his residence. P. Bums Cu. will ship 3000 sheep to Calgary tomorrow. A. M. Morin of Little Bow, spent. a days last f-hc city, Smoke the "Lethbridge Bollo" and patronize home industry. Ur T. Logan, of Maple Creek, was here last week buying up a rar of horses. Dr. W. Brant of On nisi on. wns in town last Friday on professional business. It.is expected that the Raymond sugar "refinery will be kept running nntil Christmas. Don't hide your light under n bushel. If you have a live news item tell if to the Herald. with the blades of their I good to thu -Little Bow ranchers omahawks" red and dulled. and they an; going in for it exter.- wee r> T I sivelv. Tho yield has been very ior. a oison, B. u, dry iall in this J. H. roods man. was 111 town vidnit jf j Clareshohu whore it has panned -.1 sizing up the situation with a victv 4- i MOTrfi I i opera house during the Sherman to establishing in business here. L fj thresluxl btisl.els to Mrs. H. Tennant. of Red Creek. lacro in inaiiy localities, accompanied by her daughter, j gmin -lS K0. 1. spent a few days in town the past I Teek visiting her son. J. Tcnnnnt. Thoro are big doings at Cardston All tho O. JI TJiggnr. the proniisinir young Edmonton lawyer who did considerable slump spooking in tlllS WeCK- j unr> inoti ivi.1 bur-elect, is treating his friends to paign, a big nanco and general joliifiration. Pnc night lasl late this week. J.'W. Woolf. the mom- this district during the xl ovt-r in TCl with tho onrulition of looks more like a habit they hav Henderson, the work on the various buildings proprietor, lu bier sums of been forging ahead money in A Mysterious Light, Several of the people eight-mile hkc arc again trying to solve the problem of the mysterious light Mint has been visiblc. so it is stated, for The light is many years back. easily [lisceniable in an easterly direction from Captain McDonald's honso and that gentleman and a party of visitors started from ins ranch one night recently to lot-at-; tho ghostly glim. They traveled a considerable (listance, but as they still seemed to lw as far a way from tho source as ever, gave the investigation lip. Many persons claim to have seen this'strangely elusive light, but when you ask thorn what they think it. is or whence it comes they all shako their heads and say, "I pass.1' Possibly it is of a phosphorescent, this theory is contradicted by some. FRITZ am anxious to see the farmers in this territory raise the best of barley. The climate and tVe soil will produce the best if properly taken tare of. The day is coming when LeUibridge will be a great bar- ley market, and how distant tlay is to "be depends to a great extent up- on the producer. C. J. tributary country is going to make Lethbridge. We have got the country and this is being demonstrated more and more each year. The time is coming when Lcl.hbridgc will be the comu.crcuV center of a great prosperous farming country with many flourishing towns GKO. M. HATCH, Immigration in- spector, speaking oi Southern M- berui, people of this sec- lion of the country don't appreciate C. W. man can mike'a mis-take by investing jn Lethbridge property: I am satisfied that this town has a great future. Tte deve- f; lopment of the country around-the town is bound to raake it a great business center. what they have got. It is one Uic greatest scciions of country on the American continent, and within a few vcars hundreds will be prospering ...I. T ivr Smith of Cranbrook. head f k C bruize andbiiilding under way has been forging ahead Po f fhrV w-is in town Friday rapidly. It looks, too, as if these j m for the favorable conditions were to remain pl and Saturday on business company in force for some time yet. _ the place modern every he has accom- j pliahed his object and given Leth- j bridge an hotel that the people may well feel proud of. naught but prairie. Surely Sputtcrn Alberta is the land of promise for this generation, and Lethbridge is located in a fortunate position. The town will get the benefit direct of all the increase in population that is bound to come to this territory. J5R. HAROLD NELSON IN OTTO. The most important in the early theatrical ssasoa wUI the appearance terc of Mr. Harold Nelson in the dramatization of Rob- ert Louis Stevenson's famous novel, Prince Otto. This pi ay ranks tho foremost of ihe recent metropoll- t.an successes, having been for long runs in London, New' York, '.I Chicago, the other large cities .byto heavy dramatic climaxes, and eastern critics unite ia declaring it 1fie artistic success of Mr. Nelson's T'bo TT'tll TV r the elaborate manner which has cd this popular actor's recent product tions, the scenery all being new "and the costumes handsome and cally correct. supported 0. NT. MACM1CKING, manager o! the Union to-day has a great future. The territory tributary to this town is rich, enough to make this place a great commcr- i iv. T> n i Hut cial center. The people are. just be- Arthnr Bullock aid ArchMut-i what the lands arc Arumr cusvi 1V1 4V-JT i ginning to realize what the lands arc ton left Monday msM tor bitteen wort-n; and the surrounding terri- Milo Lake, where they will enjoy a tlflry developed, Lethbridge will get few days duck shooting. tic benefit. Mr. Nelson will bo an excellent which will include Mr. Clifford Lane Brncc, the handsome and talented leading man. and othprs of like abuV ity. Prince Otto wili he seen at the Opera House Friday, November _ Erank is conceded to be the windiest town on the Crow, which probably acccimts for the brisk demand there for band pointed, stockings. r ;