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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta mm _)i year -71 a year A, J ADVERTISING; Per Month - Sl.OO Per Inch High Grade Immigration. Of recent years there has been a vastimmigratiou of settlers from ,.- tlm United States to the fair and fertile doniaiua of Alberta and the Canadian west generally. This class of immigration is of the top-notch onler, and every true Canadiaii should be proud to see it and encourage it. Thus shall our vast tracts of God's bountifulness-of which we have enough and to spare for all-be peopled by an intelligent, progressive race of onr OTRTi kind, who will readily bo developed into ijermaneiit, patriotic, solid citizens, who will adhere to one flag-that which protects their homes and their rights-and whose posterity will be educated in our schools, become a part of our commonwealth and eventually assume their logici;! positions as important � factors in our commercial and political life-in fact become by natural evolution a part and par^mirig' rich. This istate-ment applies, of course, to the intelligent^ and industrious. The gold of Alaska is ndtbine as com- this fact should not be overlooked by the people of Lethbridge, When that north and south road; is built Lethbridge will make rapid strides to the front. It is up td pared with the wealth producing' the people because success is going' possibilities of this province. And to crowd them to the limit during, here it is possible to live in a the next few years. A Passing Breeze. We wouldn't for the world say anything to hurt the feelings of a member of'tbe gentler sex, but our lady reporter assures us that the following will bring no disaster upon us, as the heroine resides out of town. It was pretty gusty-like last Friday (morningafter election) arid between keeping their hats on and their skirts down lady pedestrians were at their wits' ends at times. Shortly after noon a young woman who was walking over to the station had just xiassed the Hudson's Bay store when u stiff breeze caught her foul; she grabbed for her skirts, when all at once her hat assumed a groggy jjose, and, before she could adjust it, had torn away from her auburn and hiked across the road. The lady quickly got to shelter, and a chival-,,rou8 gentleman who was p^tssing gave chase for the headgear. He quickly recovered it arid handing it over to the young lady said, ' ' guess this isn't damaged much -." She was the picture of gratitude up to.this point, but when he stretched forth the other paw, gripping a goodly sized bunch of bogus hair, added-"Brit this looks a little rat-ty," she'snatched the articles and flounced awtiy with an air of Bcdm that wpuld have made Sarah Bernhardt green with envy. Dan. McGillicudy,' the well known journalist, who was formerly presid0nt of the Canadian Presa Association, and who new holds an important position in the Interior Departmerit of the Dominion (ktvemment, was in this district a few day9 last week. He spent Friday la�t in Lethbridge and left the same night on. his return trip | to Ottawa; $2000.00 Worth of goods must be Cleared before we move to our Aristocratic Quarters G. II. JOHNSTON W^iU sell by PUBLIC AUCTION FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON FROM .'3 O'CLOCK Ladies' Coats in Three Lengths, Waists, Costumes, Children's Dresses, Boys' Suits, etc. GUS. NEIIDIG, AUCTIONEER. MASON-RlSCe ,LiNO is conceded to be r H B ST W�; have opened a branch in Lethbridge at the store of the "Two Macs" FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE E. J. GANN  .........- � H. L. .Stephens Malt Rockcndorf When you come to the tropolis stay at the Palac Hotel?! HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS THE HOTEL-r WINDSOR r RATES. $1.00 PER DAV Aconvui nt and cozv resort. Comfort of guosts is a teutiv-ely lo. ked af e fu^d o' e of tha f^w realjy good dollar per d y houos in Albtria, h'n in L Hhbridge call at the Wlndror H. E. M.IEBACH,:|c PROP. MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Oeer, Ale aod Porter | THE BEST IN THE WEST All orders sent to the BreVery will receive prompt attention il King Lumber Mills $1.00 per da: opposite C. P. R. Depc Stephens & Rockendui ^ Proprietors Calgary, Albertafl WrSTERN TRANSFER Ctiui iiiiMMi i-wTHM-ri-rB-I---------------- Railroad Transferring, Dray-ing and General Delivering. % Coal Delivered Promptly, v ^ .V*^^ HAY, OATS, SAND AND STONE Full SALE AGENTS FOR McCoruiick �& (lockshutt Machinery '.' Webber and Adams Wagons *.* Canada Carriage Co.'s Buggies. Etc. "T~F. RODGER3 'Phone 63. Manager. X I nni prepared to funiisli .t* *:* in carload Jols the- finest *t* .|. split CEDAR POS'f^S. *|t .|, Eight, seven and six t|* Y feet lengths on hand. Y .^,. .^.igths on liantl. ^ " �� 'orders of > Y Can fiiriiisli or It any size ; LIMITED: Oranbrook, B. 0.-^ MANUFACTURERS OF RougFi and Dressed Lumber | Moulding and Lathi iSTANDARD i Lumber Oo'y A FULL STOCK OF : RougFi and Dressed Lumber   Prompt shipments inade to any part of Alberta   ^ .....J I Posts always .|. lip gn'iranteo \d-'X Morrissey Junction. B. C KOOTENAY : MARBLE S WORKS : Shackleton Simpson & Co. Manufacturers of xHarblc and Granite MUNUMENTS . Wholesale and lietail  NELSON. B.C.J B.C. MOORE,Local -^gt J I House and Sigij Rainting Paper Hanging auti Kalsomining LICENSED AUCTIONEER Dealer in Seco'd Hand Furfii'ure | Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Olfice"Secoid Flaw S�ithird Bio