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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta w'e Make a Specialty Of filling large orders of ROCER1ES far Patrons will find Our Prices RIGHT. Ask for PRICES On all kinds of !ANNED GOODS t% CASE -AND- ;UGAR BY THE SACK. 'it-rite Clothing'. J& The Ames Holden's Boots and Shoes. A. MACDONALD & CO. t wish lodraty your attention to a new stock of Perfumes They/artiTrust as new as the paper and of exceptional value. \M. JOHNSTON OPERA HOUSE TW.) NIG.iTS STARTING FRIDAY, HOY. 17th i'Mr C P. Walker Presents T the Eminent Aotor j m r. H&roW Nelson Supported by MR CLIFFORD LANE BRUCE and a Capable Company in ftince Otto ,. t ,8 Skinner s Great Play A SUMPTUOUS PRODUCTION OF 'iHE MOST FASCINATING ROMANTTi"1 *> *THE PAST DECADE Telephone lyour news items to tlie Herald - No. 10. lien. Whitney packed in the Grassy Lake ballot box Thursday night. Mr. McLean lias finished the delivery of ilOOO bushels of wheat to the elevator. J. L. Condry. of Erie, Ph., is numbered among the new settlers in this district. Capt. Mackie was in from the Milk River country a couple of days last week. TheC. 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. lin* Mrs. S. J. McDiarniid returned Sunday from a visit to her parental home in Vancouver. Dave Whitney has finished harvesting ten acres of potatoes, and reports a good yield. Mrs. M. Grace, who has been ill for some time, is now on a fair way to complete recovery. H. G. Folsom, the Cardston contractor, accompanied by his dauglr* ter, spent Saturday in town. Smith Bros. & Wilson purchased a line 4-year-old colt from Win McAdoo the other day for $12"). Mrs. G. Hogan and daughter, of Piii'-her Creek, spent a couple of days last week at the Arlington. M. Priest, the barber, has gotten out some dainty, lithographed advertising hangers that are quite in demand. Now that the excitement of tin provincial campaign is over P. Burns & Co. have bought four lots near the hospital, upon which they will build a barn and an ice house. For monuments and headstones see li. icQueen of Calgary, manager for the (1 real West Life Insurance Co., visited his brother, A. M. McQueen.last Thursday and Friday. Jos. Frame, who took a car of draft horses to Manitoba a couple of months ago, returned last week. He reports an active; demand for good farm horses in that country. William ((liver will be the representative of the Lethbridge lodge. T. ().k in ad- sale one week in ijiginbothain's Drug ally jjtBUpportcd by keep-W.KOods as represented mm s success when volume T, No. Ifq�>Tlie Lethbridge News" appeared it contained our advertisement, ami so has every issue since. The people have found that It Pays to Deal at PURE DRUGS FAIR PRICES RELIABLE DISPENSING Telorhone 49 Niglit Bell A LOCAL BUDGET. weeks till It is less than six Christmas;. John Ross was in the city.Satur day from Medicine Hat. Al. Whitney is building an addition to his residence, P. Burns & Cu. will ship 'JiXJO sheep to Calgary tomorrow. A. M. Morin of Little Bow, spent a few days last week in the city. Smoke the "Lethbridge Belle" and patronize home industry, ltf T, Logan, of Maple Creek, was hero last week buying up a car of horses. Dr. W. Brant of Canlston, was In town last Friday on professional business, It.is expected that the Raymond sugar refinery will be kept running Until Christmas. Don't hido your light under a bushel. If you have a live news t.,.. item tell it to the Herald. cipnl pcTTIho. Smoke the "Lethbridge Belle." and patronize home industry. ltf Tom McCarty has added another storey and made other improvements to his house on the ranch across the river. W. Morris has the contract for hauling the Btone for the new station. It will be procured from Hyssop's bottom. C. Cooper, who was formerly with C. Furinan & Co. at Taber, has accepted , a position with Douglas & Douglas Geo. Murray, who has taken up a location at Stirling, spent a few days last week with his brother-in-law, Norman Morrison. iSam'l Pilhhan, of Wyoming, passed through town Sunday on his way to Lacombe, wherr he has taken up a tract of land. Watch for the Lethbridge Brewing Co.'s fine brand of Bock beer.l 11. Sage, who has been ill in the hospital from typhoid finer for some time, is ttetting along nicely and will shortly be out again. The Indians have been flocking back from the beet fields the past week with the blades of their "tomahawks" red and dulled. .1. 11. Wier. a Nelson, li. C, dry-goods man. was in town (his week sizing up the situation with a view to establishing in business here. Mrs. H. Tennani, of Red Creek, accompanied by her daughter, spent a few days in town the past �veek visiting her son, J. week one item should have read "Cur-' hartt overalls" instead of "Comfort1 overalls." This is the only firm in town handling the famousCarhartt brand.  Smith Bros. & Wilson, the con-tractors, have secured a stone quarry near Lethbridge that will enable them to get t lie best of stone at home, instead of shipping from Calgary. O. II. O'Tott, of Little Bow, and Miss .Julia Houle were married in Calgary last week. The happy pair returned Thursday and the next day left for their future home on the ranch. The Kooteney Marble Company. Nelson. B. C. Moore, agent. 1-12 Dr. R. C. McClure left Thursday night lor Toronto to attend the convention of the Dominion Dental Association, which takes place in that city today. The doctor will return next week. Chas. Edward* lost control of a team of horses lie was driving on election day and the animals made a plunge to ^el away, but were caught by .las. Furinan before any damage was done. Dave Whitney's team took an unscheduled �pnrl down tin.'avenue Friday, but wa� brought to a halt after they had done a couple of blocks. Nothing mure serious than a job fortlie hornessmaker resulted Last Week Wt uua Jftw� r on the market in about a week. ' It E. H. Small, proprieto^ of the Cosmopolitan Hotel at C-anbrook, was the first man tc p'arAdown the money for the Lethbridge' Herald, and thereby became its first subscriber. Less things than that have made men famous in the history of the world. James lialfour, 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 ono and will meet with the approval of Mr. Balfour's legion of friends in the West. If you are sufficiently pleased with the Herald to become a regular reader, drop into the printing palace and plank enough of the coin of tho realm on the mahogany desk of the manager and have your name inscribed upon the Herald's roll ot honor. The Nilsson Brothers, of Taber, were in town on business matters a couple of days last week. These boys have been doing some successful 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 and are already doing a good business. D. H. Elton, editor of the Alberta Star at Cardston, paid the Herald a fraternal visit last week while on his rounds collecting the ballot boxes. Mr. Elton had been loing some strenuous political stunts and his oratorical organs were somewhat out of plumb from overexertion, 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, ltf 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 night's train for the east. On arriving at Swift Current, however, Mr. Simons was greatly delighted to find a telegram awaiting him, stating that his mother had greatly improved juid was out of danger. He therefore returned to Lethbridge on the next west-bound. E. T. Saunders, so long the editor and proprietor of the News, will leave next month for California to spend the winter amid the orange blossoms of that state. If there is a 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 ahovored on C. J. Eckstonn by the brute crea tiou for the human motive that prompted his placing tho watering trough in front of the Dallas Many a horse contents hini�el* t, -\m a- the PHOTOS Hammond Bros. Photographers To advertise their line and up-to-date Portraits, will give Free Sittings To all who oall THIS MONTH. No Money To Pay at the time of sitting. If you don't like them when finished, don't pay for them. HAMMOND DROS. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Sunday Services:- Low mass, 8.30 a. in.; high mass, 11.00.; vespers, 7.30 p. m. Daily Services:- Mass 6.30 a. in. Father Van Tighctn. ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH, t Anglican.) Rev. J. S. Chivers, A. K. C, Rector. Rev. David Jones, 13.A., Assistant. Sundays:- Matins at 11.00 a. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. in Evensong at 7.30 p. m. Celebration ol Holy Communion:- 1st Sunday in the month at 11.00 a. m. (Choral). 3rd Sunday after Matins. Other Sundays at 10.30 a. tu. Daily Matins and Evensong at 0.30 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. ST. MARY'S MISSION (No. 3.) Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Evensong at 4.30 p. m. Tt .? YT ?? ?? ?? ?t ft t t ft t*t ft ? tt ft ft tf tf tf ff tf ff tf ft *t i't ft tf ft tf ft tf WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. J. O. Hughson, Pastor. Sunday services at 11.00 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8.00 p. m. Epworth League, Fridays, at 8.00 p. m. KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Rev. A. M. Gordon, 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 A Delightful Social Feature. Another of those many social events that so pleasantly vary tin tenor of life in Lethbridge was held last Wednesday afternoon, when Mrs. W. D. Ti. Hanlie entortainci her many lady friends at a very enjoyable euchre party. Fashion beauty and wit commingling in such a genial atmosphere, am undf"" no delightful a hostess.assist wit,'.lo"r�Jf.{l!� MloiWaaSJ--. (\ ," (.quaUy charming daugh-|�'jjnnj ^o-�rfiTrmrs"ol the pure, tin-1 J- - - -  " ululterated, while his master is Having secured a choice consignment of Japanese Ware and Fancy Goods, suitable for Christmas or Wedding Presents, at -remarkably low prices, I invite you to share the pro-tits. Prom now until Christmas Eve, I make special reduction on every article in the above lines. Do not imagine that this is the ordinary cheap John vendor's call. A visit to THE BOOIl STORE & and a look over our goods and prices will convince you that my usual Thanksgiving sale after Christmas has this year been placed six weeks ahead. Free storage for any selections you may make. SOBSST SAGE, i*t A* tf Y Y ft tf f f ft f 7 ft tf tf ft ft tf tt ft tt ft ft tt tf ft tf ft tf tf ft tf ft tt tf tf tt f f f f tt | When your t efforts have been exhausted elsewhere Call on Us. Our display exceeds that of ANY PREVIOUS YEAR Big Surprises in Diamond 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 tlie prices on tlie above goods five: Lethbridge Ferule R. A. Wright C. C. Wrtght stores: Medicine Hat Rosthern Prince Albert A. M. Wright B. W. Wright F. W. Wright |R. A. WRIGHT, JEWELER Issuer of Marriage Licenses. No witnesses required "Stratbcona inside stowing a geyser under his belt. It is also a favorite resort for the canine tribe and stray cattle. Hobt. Kellock, of Macleod hotel fame, spent Friday and Saturday in town. Mr.'Kellock has one arm in a semi-paralyised condition, resulting from injuries sustained in runaway. He placed himself under Dr. Mewburn's care at the hospital Saturday and underwent tin initial treatment for the restoration of the arm to usefulness The doctor is confident, a cure can ter, the function passecHjffi in the most brilliant manner. The feature of the afternoon was re splendid playing of Mrs. Begin and Mrs. McNicoll. who suecess-'ully held the head table against all opponents throughout the . ntiro series of games. At the conclusion of play these ladies cut for first prize, when Mrs. McNicoll proved Fortune's favorite. First Herald Bought for $10.00. We have uo -statistics on the Wected anAMr-Kellock. natur- mai^fl^eJ^Mft^^S. ally feels Rood in cbnjeouejjce^-Ja asserting that the highest price . "T^T^r*0? ever paid in the west for a single the Tennant. The fall wheat proposition looks good tu tlie Little liow ranchers and they are going in for it extensively. The yield has been very good, especially in the vicinity ol t'laiesholin where it has panned out IT) bushels to the acre. Oats have threshed 100 bushels to tin; acre in many localities. All the grain .s No. 1. (). 11 liiggar, the promising young Edmonton lawyer who did There are big doings at Cardston j considerable stump speaking in this week. J.W. Woolf, the member-elect, is treating his t_riends_ to a big dance anil general jollification John Wright, the old-lime bridgeinau. was in town a couple ol' days last week and left Sunday for Edmonton, where he will spend the winter. (i. 11, Zul'ch was in town Saturday on his way to Raymond from Claresholm, where he has been this district during the late campaign, stopped over in Lethbridge The hideous noises set up in the opera house during the Sherman & Piatt shows last week by boys old enough to know better wero disgraceful to say the least. They reminded one of a buuch of hood lums at an "old man's darling" charivari. What with tho shril' whistling, stamping of feet am: shouting whenever the curtain was lowered, and sometimes when it was up, much of the enjoyment the performances was lost, and no very complimentary impression would be left on the minds of strangers present. We do not think the boys do this wilfully it looks more like a habit they have been indulging in without being called to task for it. But that is no oxcuse, and the sooner strict measures are adopted to blot out this sort of backwoods behavior the better it will bo for all partiei concerned. There are miles of prairie around here where theyout can get rid of his superfluous nervous force without making a rough house at every o]x>ra performance that comes along. Boys, bo gentlemanly; it costs nothing and gains much. one night last week. He was much struck with the condition of things generally in Southern Alberta, and expn ssi'd himself as surprised at the increased signs of progress everywhere visible. "The Lord has been kind itu us fellows this fall," remarked a local contractor the other day - and, to use a slang expression, ain't it tho For Hard or Soft Coal, SlacK, E,tc. This is one oi the most successful Heaters ever introducad into the western market. It meets the demand. It is easy to handle, has a hot air blast draft that consumes the gas, smoke-proof feed door, extra large ash pan and' every mod--yyp^rTnprc�yeinentB y �It is the Stove thafrtfiSlfS copy of a newspaper was handc over in Lethbridge about 5..'50 o'clock last Wednesday evening, when C. J. Eckstonn, proprietor of the Ilotel Dallas, separated himself from a ten-dollar note for the first copy delivered from the press of No. 1, Vol. I, of the Lethbridge Herald. The paper was carefully taken from the press, folded and delivered by a special messenger to Mr. Eckstonn before any other copies were run ofi. Quite a number happened to be in the office of the Dallas at the time and a lively scramble ensued for a few minutes, for everyone wanted to scan the columns of the first spasm of the newest newspaper born. C. W. GRAY ^ THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 A Fine Hotel. Thu Lethbridge Hotel has lately been undergoing some more interior improvements, witli the obT ject of perfect accommodation foi its guests in view. Tho Lethbridge house is conceded today by the traveling public to be one of tho best equipped hotels between Winnipeg and Vancouver. In fact doing some successful tanning this truUi t|r> wl.llUll>r ,mil ,mB hiHm ; there is not a lietter hotel anywhere summer. 1 handing out a real mild article and |lu th? w***- Mr' Henderson, the ofCranbrook head work on the various buildings ! propnotor, has, spent big sumsi of A Mysterious Light. Several of the people living around eight-mile lake are again trying to solve the problem of the mysterious light that has been i visible, so it is stated, for many years back. The light is easily diseernabh' in an easterly direction from Captain McDonald's house and that gentleman and a party of visitors Htartcd from his ranch one night recently to locate the ghostly glim. They traveled a considerable distance, but as they still seemed to be as far a way from the source as ever, gave the investigation lip. Many persons claim to have seen this strangely elusive light, but when you ask them what they think it is or whence it comes they all shake their heads and say, "I pass." Possibly it is of a phosphorescent nature-although this theory !~ contradicted by some. WHAT THEY SAY. FK1TZ SICK-I am anxious to see the farmers in this territory raise the best of barley. The climate and tic soil will produce the best if properly taken rare of. Tl�e �,., company. under way has been forging ahead mou�y ln making the place modern �, looks, too, as if these in every rospeot.and he has aopom. ........._......, _ iiiditions wero to remain l*l�h�d his objoct and given Loth-1 MUo LaU0) tlmy will enjoy a some time yet. I bndS� h�tel that4 the P^P"31 few days duck shooting. Arthur Bullock and Arch. Hut-ton left Monday night for Fifteen nifty well feel proud of. O. N. MACMICKING, manager of the Union bank.-Lethbridge to-day has a great future. The territory tributary to this town is rich enough to make this place a great commercial center. Tho people aro just bo-ginning to realize what the lands are worth, and as the surrounding territory is developed, Lethbridge will get the beaeflt. t". \V. GRAY.-No man can make a mistake by investing in Lethbridge -property. I am satisned that tats town has a great future. Tte dove- J: lopmcnt of the country aroumL the i towu is bound to make it a great business center. -- MH. I1AUOLD NELSON IN PRINCE OTTO. The most important dramatic event in the early theatrical season will bo tlie appearance t'erc of Mr. Harold Nelson in the dramatization of Robert Louis Stevenson's famous novel, Prince Otto. This play ranks among th.' foremost of tho recent metropolitan successes, having hceii presented for long runs in London, New York, . tliicago, and the other large cities by Mr. Otis Skinner, one ot, tlie world's ; greatest actors. The story is strong, i the climaxes thrilling, and-tlie heart ; ink-rest prevailing throughout. As Prince Otto, Mr. Nelson will bo seen at his best; the part allows -for every cmotifin from light comedy to -the heavy dramatic climaxes, and eastern critics unite iu declaring it,-the artistic success of Mr. Nelson's ; career. The play will be produced in the elaborate manner which has mark...-�1 tliis popular actor's recent produc-" tions, the scenery all being new and the costumes handsome and h-istoTl; cally correct. Mr. Nolson will ho" supported by an excellent company, which will include Mr. Clifford Lane Bruce, the handsome and talented leading man, and others of like ability. Prince Otto will lie seen at the Opera House Friday, November J74^, F,rank is conceded to be the windiest town on the Crow, whioh probably accounts for the brisk demand there for hand painted stockings. ;