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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta e Make a Specialty Of filling large orders of ROCERIES Ask CASE II Patrons will find Our Prices RIGHT, for PRICES On all kinds of GOODS -AND- lUGAR BY THE SACK. *it-rite Clothing'. ^ The Ames Holden's Boots and Shoes. MACDONALD & CO. 'itii ,r 'aper I wisi) todrawyoirfittfii-,tiou to a new Btcick of 'Perfumes it J*' ionalvahic. us of new as cxcept- .JOHNSTON RA HOUSE mm TING NOV. IM STARTING 'Mr C. P. WalkeivPresents-ttie. �mine'nt Aotor 0" Harold Nelson '*-Supported by MR. CLIFFORD LANE BRUCE and a Cap-aisle Company in Rrince Otto "(, (- ^8Skinner's Great Play SU^lPTUOUS PRODUCTION OF 'xHE MOST FASCINATING- ROMANTIQ,^;^,^. Telephone fyour news items to the Herald-No. 106. Ben. Whitney packed in the Grassy Lake ballot box Thursday night. Mr. McLean has finished the delivery of 9000 bushels of wheat to the elevator. J. L. Condry, of Erie, Pa., is nuinbertKl among the new settlers in tliis district. Capt. Mackie was in from tlie Milk River country a conple of days last week. The C. P. K. survey party moved its camp to witliin a mile or so of Kipp last week, Furnished Eoom to Let. suitable for gentleman Apply at Herald office. lin* Mrs. S. J. McDiarmid 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. Orrace, who has been ill for some time, is now on a fair way to complete recovery. H. G. Folsom, the CaKlston con- P. Burns & Co. havc! bought four lots near tlie hospital, upon wliicli they will build a burn and an ice house. For monnnK'nts and lieadstones sec B. C. Mooro. - 1-12 H.C. Kelley, the Kayinond farm iinpleni(;nt deaJiT, was in town Friday, f b; rej)orts crops good, particularly ill tlie Cardston district. >f. F. R()dg(;r8, manager of Western Wareliouse and Transfer Company, left Sunday night for the north, on a two weeks' business trip. C. P. JicC^ueen of Calgary, nianagcr for the Great West Life Iiisnranec Co.. visited' his brother, A. M. McQiu.'en, last Thursday and Friday. Jos. Frame, who took a car of draft horses to Miiiiitoba a couple of iiiontlis ago, retunicKl last week. He reports an active demand for gond farm horses in that country. William Oliver will be the repre-S(!ntative of the Letlibridge lotlge, I. OrO.F., at the nistitution of the grand lodge of Alberta at Calgary Thursday and Friday of this week. Commercial men and others are raising a kick because of the ab-S((nco of a "newsy" on the south trains belweeii Siiclby and Letlibridge, and Lethbridge and Card-ston. C. S. K(�ting, of Brandon, Man., has accepted a position as bookkeeper fur Sinitli Bros. & Wilson, who are now established in their new quarters in the Conybeare block. In "The 2 Macs" ad. last week one item should have read "Car-hartt oviiralls" instead of "Conif&rt overalls." This is the only firm in town hiindling the famousCarhartt brand. Smith P>ros. & Wilson, the con-tractors, have secured a stone quarry near Lethbridge that will enable them to get the best of stone at home, instead of shipping from Calgary. O. H. O'Tott, of Little Bow, and Miss Julia Houle were married in Calgary last week. The happy pair returned Thursday and t le next day left for their future home on the ranch. The Kooteney Marble Comi^any, Nelson, B. C. Moore, agent. 1-12 Dr. R. C. McClure left Thursday night for Toronto to attend the convention of the Dominion Dental Association, which takes place in tractor,accompaniedby his dauglK that city today. The doctor will DECADE SaTURDAY- Francisca de Rimini Prices, $1.0u and 73c sale one week in ad-hV Higuibotham's Drug Stores;'/ , 3iJ.it__ -- So-ats on vances '6tally.WpBupi>brfed by keep-m^Ugyboods as represcjnted I'pR S SUCCESS otCwoiiW^jrearB ago when volume I, N6VI^l4*The Lethbridge News" appelt. It is also a favorite resort for the canine tribe and stray cattle. Robt. 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; a runaway. He placed himself under Dr. Mewbum's care at the hospital Saturday and underwent the initial treatment for the restoration of the arm to usefulness, has eJxceeded our fondest expecta- I The doctor is confideuia CUie^ can tions. The .roll, of, honor is gti)iflt)i|effe s Lou Simpson, of Ocpiawka, lUijiois, was in town. last week closing his entry on a homesteail east of Nail ton. Mr. Siuipsonsays that tliere are hundreds of people in his State who are coming to Southern Alberta next year. Si'otty Eoss drove in nine head of fine beef cattle from his St Marys ranch last Friday for P. Burns & Co. The animals were a little above the ordinary. The five steers weighed loOO Ibs^each, while the four cows tipped the scales at over 1200 lbs. eacli. It is less than six weeks till Christmas.-. John Ross was in the city .Saturday from Medicine Hat. Al. Whitney is building an addition to his residence. P. Burns & Cu. will ship 2000 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. Itf \ T. ;Logan, of Maple Creek, was here last week buying up a car of horses, Dr. W. Brant of Cardston, was In town last Friday on professional hqsiness, It.is expected that the Raymond sngar refinery will be kept running Wntil Christmas. ^ Don't hide your liglit under a bushel, If you have a live news item tell tt'to the Herald. The fall wheat pro position looks good to the Little Bow ranchers and they are going in for it extensively. The yield lias been very - --------. . ,, � ,..^^1, I good, especially in the vicinity ol: goods man, was ni town this week j .yfiere it has panned sizing up the situation with a view ^- ,j,g,j^,is ^he .acre. Oats daughter, past nant. to establishing in business here. Mrs, H. Tennant, of Red Creek, accompanied by siient a few ilays in town the week visiting her son. J. Ten Tliere are big doings at Cardston this week. J. W. Woolf, the mem- ber-elect. is treating his friends to , paign, stopp.Ml over in Letlibridge a bigdaneeandgeneral jollification, g^w night h,st w.iek. He wiia much John Wright, the old-time striK-k with tho conditio,, nf things ,|(. of generally ,n Sontliern ADwrta, and "......-----' '----"-'* �- ".......t..:.....1 ,i have threshed 100 bushels to the acre in many localities. All the grain iS No. I. O. H Biggar, the promising young Edmonton hiwyer who did considerable stump speaking in this district during thf! late cam. , expi'c ssed liimself as sui'iirised at of progress bridgeman, was in town a couf days last week and left Sunday tor - i,,,.,,o,,i Ecflnonton, where he will spend the : winter, I G H Zuf.at was in town Satur-' , 'jff, ^^en, kind ita us dav on his way to Raymond from fellows this fall,' remarked a" local SlreSiolni where he has been ^^"t^'^fo'-day-and, to S^?Lesuccessful farming this Sr^'S^^Iilt A^Jn suiniuer. i handing out a real mild article and J, K. Smith, of Cranbrook, head work on the various buildings of the C. P. R, bridge and building under way has been forging ahead dGpartment, was in town Friday rapidly. It looks, too, as if these and Saturday on business for the favorable conditions were to remain company. ^^^^^ ^o"" "on^e time yet. ed by an equally charming daughter, the function passeS^Tjil in the most brilliant manner. The feature of the afternoon was the splendid playing of Mr6. Begin and Mrs. McNicoll, who successfully held the head table against all op]3onent8 throughout the entire series of games. At the conclusion of play these ladies cut for first prize, when Mrs. McNicoll proved Fortune's favorite. mieelB aood in^MMlieaijer--- 4a asserting that the highest price iSpiie hideoas^hoiMfl Aet tip in the iopera house during the Sherman & Piatt shows last week by boys old enough to know better were disgraceful to say the least. They reminded one pf a bunch of hoodlums at an "old man's darling" charivari. What with the shrill whistling, stamping of feet and shouting whenever the curtain was lowered, and sometimes when it was up, much of the enjoyment of 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 excuse, and the sooner strict measures are adopted to blot out this sort of backwoods behavior the better it will be for all parties concerned. There are miles of prairie around here where the youth can get nd of his superfluous nervous force without making a rough house at every ojjera performance that comes along. Boys, be gentlemanly; it costs nothing and gains nmch, A line Hotel. The Lethbridge Hotel has lately been undergoing some more interior improvements, witli the ob, ject of perfect accommodation foi its guests in view. The Lethbridge house is conceded today by the traveling public to be one of the best equipped hotels between Winnipeg and Vancouver. In fact The weather man has'been j there is not a better hotel anywhere in the west. Mr. Henderson, the proprietor, has spent big sums of money in making the place modern in every re8peot,and he has accom-plished bis objekit and given Lethbridge an hotel that the people niay well' feel proud of. First Herald Boui^ht for $10.00. We have uo.^�tatiBti, the appearance tere of Mr. Harold :1 Nelson in the dramatization of Rob- j ert Louis Stevenson's famous novel, -) Prince Otto. This play ranks among^ " the foremost of the recent metropolitan successes, having lieen presented..-tor long runs in London, New York,:-Cfiioago, ami the other large cities by-Mr. Otis Skinner, one ot, tlie world'S'i greatest actors. The story is strong, J the climaxes .thrilling, and-tlie heart-?' interest prevailing throughout. As' Prince Otto, Mr. Nelson will be seenji at his best; the part allows -for' erery emobiSn from light comedy..to> the heavy dramatic climaxes, and eastern critics unite in declaring it.; the artistic success of Mr. Nelson's care�r. The play will be proiluccd In;, the elaborate manner which haS: mark� cd tihis popular actor's recent produo^'?';^ tions, the scenery all being new'and the costumes handsome and bistoH-cally correct,. Mr. Nelson will .'bi* j.';? supported by an excellent company, '/r','^ which will include Mi:. Clifford-'Law f,. Bruce, the handsome and talented ; ' leading man, and others of like abil-,-Ity. Prince Otto will he scen^at t|M Opera House Friday, November. 17, be the' ^Erank is conceded; to windiest town on the Grow, which,, probably accounts for the brisk, demand there for hand painted, stockings. .<,' ;