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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta Hie Lethbridge VOLUME I LKTIIBKIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 1tT f HUDSON'S BAY CO. Established 1670 OUR FALL STOCK .is now complete and comprises one. of the best assozted Dry Goods and freshest Grocery stocks in Southern Al- berta. Car loads of goods arriving every week, YOURS FOB VALUE, Pressed for ROML About noon today an order for an half page ad. from the the Leth- bridge Co-Operative Association was given the too late to arrange for more room in this issue. As a result quite a lot of interest- ing reading matter 1msbeen crowd- ed out. This is unfortunate for the Herald and its readers, but will be remedied next week. HUDSON'S BAY CO. .THBR1DGE, ALBERTA "Jerry From ferry." ratten and Perry's High-Class Comedy "Jerry from a cyclone of fun, is blowing this way- It beats any circus. _ _ So many of done A LIBERAL VICTORY j- i The Government Sweeps the Province. ESTABLISHED 181T Capital all Pfid Reserved Fund....................., Balance Profit aid LOTS.............. Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: JUSHT HON. LORDjSTRATHCONA AMD MOUNT BOYAL. G. C. M, 0. BON. .SIR GEORGE A. _ C. M.. our town theatre goers'" iiave nothing else but itscom ini however, doing hard work. THE 2 MACS perous ranchers of the Little "Bow country, was came in to n town today subscribe for and i the The 2 Macs: r' i Wisli to annou-cc Uiat they are open fiir business in'the new, store next lull W. Gray's, stock Clothing Men's Furnishings -r ,r'1 Hats and Caps the'e is nothing like being well dressed; to well dressed you must (randies and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in London, Chicago, Spokane and ]Newloundlan4 lers' Circular Letters of Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world, r FAVORABLE TEBMS ttno KW iSjjbl-: at all points ;n Uahe'i Europe ana Car-arts Interest allowed on deposit! current rates rtHbridge Branch F. K. REEVE Manager An Artistic Concert The Haiold Jams concert held on Monday evening in Wesley cliiircli -was niiicb enjoyed by the j rather small audience present, en passant it is to. kje regretted that many of the citizens of Lethbridge show more appreciation to a travel- ling minstrel show than of an. high class musical event. However the publirr' las this to say for itself that ''events of this nature are usually too high it would rr of a a be better eiikiriammwjL that tnree at" 7 present than two at The concert itself, from an artistic point of view, was a success, various numbers being rendered in P. Burns Co. have purchased about 500 head of cattle'of Mackies5 ranch at Milk river. A very pleasant children's party was given at the Barracks last Saturday evening. A special meeting of the board of trade will be held this evening in the council chamber. MTV of Sweet Grass, recently sold.405 bucks to W. G, John ent C. H. Co.'a telegraph, was in' town a couple of days this week, and says that' he will send, in a! most favorable report on the suggestion made in the Herald last week for an up-town telegraph office. J. Hart, of the Palace restaurant, will give a dance and oyster supper at Oliver's hall on. the evening of Jfoveniber_24th. Tickets for one lady and gentleman to dance and supper, Arrangements are mToui .ate styles over from that have been carried season to season, U is-all new'and up to the mimiie. COME IN AND SEE US If you don't want anything today you may tomorrow I We Handle tKe Piccadilly brand of ClotHing rf-4 T Non All again dipping and the vata are o are b finished manner. Mrr Jarvis'-voice The quality of is too well known W 1 T-A 1 Bank of Oomn HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO Capital, Reserve Fund, llllK IION. GEO. A. COX, President "ivVALKEB..G-n'i Manager ALEX. L-AIRD, Atst. QanM Manager 130 BRANCH ES iCAJS ADA AND THE UNITED STATES by with all braKbn Deposits of It interest and Iw opnpN CM- thin ftiuk. DEPARTMENT. _ igrwirfc received, tad iiterest alfowed at oirrart rates. twkc w each year, at the ead of May is nafcject ic ao delay a! whole w aiy atrtmi the deposit, e, Branch JC. NQURSE, MANAGER to the peopU of Lethbridge tc need any We think he ex- celled in -'Heart of Oak." "The Death of "The Admiral's Broom, "and "MacOregor's Gather- ing." all of which was splendidly sung. Miss Bennett another success, as did also Mr. McLellan in his guitar selections. .The horns work pi the combined Knox and' Wesley church choirs under ;he direction of Mr. Cherry, was very good, the treble and alto parts deserving special mention. Mrs. Neale accompanied Miss Burnett with her usual skill and Mr. Taylor .lid remarkably well in his wort with Mr. Jarvis. enforcing the regulations. T.H.Martin of in the city3fonday, rUiir Movements of Bridge Peter Carroll's bridge and build- ing gang has built six new standard bridges on the St. Marys road this fall. :A new stock yard" has also been completed at Cardston capable of accommodating about 1000 head of cattle. The gang removed to Kimball Friday to build scows for the steam shovel which is at work enlarging the irrigation ditches, and will be quartered in that section for the winter. ras of buying horses. The skeleton of a man has been bund near Nelson with a bullet hole in the skull, Messrs. Donnan, Bowser and Taibot, ranchers in the Little" Cow country, were in town yesterday. Const. Bench, of tbe.fff.W.M.P.; has been transferred from Number. Thpee tp Miss Munroe, of Eipp Coolie, is in the city, the guest of her sister, Sirs. C. We are pleasecl to note that Dr. B. Jaakson is able to resume his dental practice, after a; month's illness. Edwin C. York, Shoes for ladies at the Bentley Company, Limited. J. Anderson, manager of the High River Branch of the Union Bank, was in the city Monday. W. Shortt and Wm. better and few as good Comfort Overalls Al. Morris, while unloading a car of heavy timbers on Tuesday, as badly injured by a breaking and allowing several tim- bers to. fall upon-him. hip was badly crushed and the leg broken at the ankle. The victim was taken to the Gait Hospital for treatment. The opening services iii con- nection with the young men's parlor of Wesley church 'will be held'nest Sabbath. Special ad- dresses will be given. A choir of men. only will reader the musical part ot the services. In the evening service space vviil be reserved for young nien so that they, may sit together. On Mon- day evening a social gathering will be held in the basement, at which the parlors .will be formerly opened and a-young men's club organized! Au interesting programe will be rendered and refreshments served. Every man in town" is invited to attend. OUR MOTTO IS: "A dollars of value forcv! THE SIMMONS BENNETT Barristers LETHBR1DGE AND CARDSTON Mike Kelly Deal ike Kelly, aged 22, tamster I GO TO A. EASTON CO. Harness and Trunks and Valises, Robes and Blankets, WHIPS, SPURS, BITS, ETC., ETC. Order--d Work a Specialty, O'VTS AND WHEAT FOR SALE ADDRESS BOX 20L LETHBRIDGE for the Western Transfer company t- met with an accident at V) o'clock yesterday morning that resulted in his death about four hours later at _ the (rait hospital. Mr. Kelly had i just loaded his wagon with furnit- e nt the freight shed and started ip town, and while ho was crossing the track the load shifted amlHwp irticles fell off. starting the team. The wagon was mn into the ditch d Kelly lost his balance and thrown beneath the wagon, one of wheels passing over the upper part of his body, badly crushing Kim. When picked up he was nn- conscions and died at the hospital at _ that afternoon. The re- mains will be sent to the home of his tonight and the city firemen will accompa- ny them to the. train. It is only a few months ago that a brother, Jack Kelly, was thrown from a water wagon and killed in the hfime Mike Kelly had life in- surance amounting to I ranchers from High River, called UiiVibrtdge Office. Southard Block in town Monday on their way .to Cardston. Sam Young, a rancher, has gone to Billings, Mont., to dispose of his interests, as he is anxious to invest in more Alberta land. It is hardly necessary to call attention to the big ad. in last OR, C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON iViC Over Drag Store PHONE ,jifi 125 House 94 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOE Ott'a Barber Shop. lo roon; to p. m.; to m. Office Night Bell and Telephone Peter E. Wilson, East Kootenay's new county court judge, celebrated his inaugural by handing out several doses of justice to Cran- brook wrong-doers. Thos. McKee who stole jewelry from his em- ployer, W. E. Wilson, got five months, and Carl Johnson, alias Delaney. who attempted to rob the same gentleman, was presentee with a year in the pen. for the Lethbridge Co-Oper- itive Association. It speaks for tself. J. A. Macdonald, architect, made a round trip to Raymond on Satnr- lay He repor ts work progressing rapidly pn thn new Bank of Mont- real building in that town. The Alberta Land Company jm acre for some school lands within three miles, of Cai- Bjary at the sale last week.- The land was bought for fall wheat The tenth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Whitney's marriage will be celebrated at the ranch of the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. at Bow Island on the 20th inst, A choice selection of Veilings, Laces, Embroideries; Chiffon, Rucbings, Dress Trimming, and Appliques received by express today at the Bentley Company. Ltd Mrs. Robt. Neyin .returned last night from Calgary, whore' she been visiting her sons. She wa accompanied home by her son James, who will remain in Lcth bridge for a few weeks. Mr. Yerby, a lawyer of St. Paul was in the city this w4ek looking up data regarding the staudpipc [ames Macdonald ARCHITECT Southard. Block. Redpath Street LETHBRIDGrE, ALTA. accident about rt in th interests of a young mau who wo, injured at that time, r f Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. SJMMONS, B.A., Crown Prosecutor V. BEXXETT, B. A. CHOICE XX X ONTARIO WINTER HPFL.BS IN BARRELS AND BOXES new groceries Raisins, Currants, Peels, Fife, Dates, Jain, Canned Goods, Etc. Several Carloads Recently Placed in Stock. Why Not Save RETAIL HEAT IS NECESSARY WO3LD WEAlTiER BV BfJYING YOUR I -XIAS WATCHES and JEWELRY FROM ZILLIAXI Before the 20th 3T- We furnish the most economical; heat as our stoves give the Maximum Heat for the Minimum Fuel Used Steam Heating is our specialty f ;