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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridg'e Hotel Established 168J W. Henderson, Proprietor The largest and best equipped hotel in Southern Alberta HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining room and best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSON, PROPRIETOR TELEPHONE KO. 1. MiWWMMM^WMM-------t i^- -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. RUMORS FROM RAYMOND. W. Hobbs lias sold his cftltlo to Mr. Carroll, of the best hotol in Tabor. Threshing outfits have Seen hero in abundance for some, time post, nnd the straw stacks are becoming more numerous nnd piling higher. The potato crop in this section is good, having escaped the effects of the frost which did so much damage in other districts. There was a big time �t the character ball held Inst Friday night. Several prizes were handed out for best characters and n general good time spent. The society from Stirling and Mi'Grath turtuHl out to help things along. Building is going along at a rapid rate, and (hero's lots of it. Not o handy man around the city is out of a job. The sugar factory is still pounding away, and (the dear girls excepted) is about the sweetest proposition in Southern Alberta. PIOHB & MIRON Alberta Sheep Co.'s Progress. The Alberta Sheep Co. was organized a year ago. Us shareholders an local men with strong confidence in the future of sheep raising in Southern Alberta. They have grazing privileges from the A. R. A: 1. Co. and during the summer their hand range along Uu canal fifteen miles east of town. As soon as the snow conies they will be taken to Chin Coolie, where the hay corrals and winter camp arc. The bunch consists of more than MM) bend. Of these 1800 are ewes which will be bred this season. The unpreeentod demand for lambs for mutton purposes has prompted the company Southard's Formal Opening. One of the handsomest stores in WoBtorn Canada threw its doors formally open to the public, last Saturday evening, nud large crowds gazed rapturously on the. artistic beauty of the mechanical finishings and the magnificent display of clothing, furs, and general outfit-tings. Everywhere one would bump onto something of interest that held his attention. The beautiful and neatly dressed wax | figures created a good deal of attention. They are so life like that one fellow took off his hat and bowed to a wax woman iti furs, Nedham's orchestra added enchantment to the scene by discoursing sweet music throughout the evening. Souvenir articles were distributed among the visitors, but. they are not likely to forget the occasi6n anyway. Mr. Southard is to bo congratulated on the bucccss that has crowned his enterprise. He has a store that would lend beauty to Toronto or Montreal. The arrangements and furnishings are most artistic and most complete, and it is impossible for one to pass his show window for the first time without stopping to take a long "rubber." Southard's store speaks well for Lethbridge and speaks well for Southard.   -era House Monday December 4tn, the Calgary Herald states: "The Roscian Comic Opera company will close a very successful week's engagement in Calgary tonight with the rendition of "The Telphone Girl." Manager Cranston's aggregation is unquestionably the best comic opera coni|xiny that ever toured western Canada. The cast is really stronger than the circuit is warranted in exacting and the scale of magnificence with which the ex-is presented SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &c. LETHBRIDGE AND CARDSTON Lethbridge Office, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property W. 0. Rjmmuns, B.A., Crown Prosecutor C. V. Bbxxbtt, B. X. James Macdonald ARCHITECT Southard Block, Bedpath Street LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. The Palace Stables J, McB. SHIVELY, Prop BEST HORSES" AND RIGS Drivers for any part of the district HORSES FED AT REASONABLE RATES Horse Blankets Buffalo Robes Fur Coats Horner & Hutchison RELIABLE HARNESS A Good Judge oi Liquors is always welcome here. We are always glad to "have him test our Wines and Liquors Wn know their quality and want that knowledge made as general as possible. If you have a fine taste i'or liquors, come here and let n ss how you some remarkably fine whiskeys at remarkably low p r i cob,^^8^^*^^ M. El. ROV Wholesale Dealer In WINK!-', LIQUORS and CIGARS Phone V). Lttbbrtdge, Alia tensive repertoire is presented rivals many tirst class shows of the days at high mass, larger cirmits. The chorus is nre going to be numerous and away above the average. The Herald has previously alluded to the expense of so large a company visiting the widely extended show points and urged eVfcYy-lover of the legimate amusement to patronize Mr. Cmnston's big comic opera. It is satisfactory to know that during the week the Lyric has been "sold out" Catholic Church Notes. Is the town growing? Just consult the Catholic church register for baptisms-70 already this year. It was announced last Sundav at high mass in the Catholic church that vespers would be sung that evening-the real, old liturgical service. It hud been interrupted for years; there being few men's voices. However, this was a succss The large congregation which filled the clmreh appreciated it very much. It will be continued and it is uxpucttxl Uuit the whole congregation will take part in it. The church, although nearly 1U0 feet long, is by far too small. There is not even standing room on Sun-Great efforts made to lay the foundation of a large edifice on Block 10. A grand bazaar is being organized by the ladies. Success to them. JDST THE THING CUSHION TOPS, FORMS AND GIRDLES A Wonderful'Valley. .... ...... ,.....____ Mr. Chas. Mair, Canadian Im nightly to the lovers of good music migration Agent, who recently re. and pretty stage situations." turned from a trip to visit friends The cast for El Capitan includes over in the Okanagan country, Claude Anisden, leading comedian talks very entertainingly of the in the title part; Lucia Nolia, rich and wonderful area in that a wonderful prima donna soprano; beautiful valloy which produces Frank Walters, tenor, formerly a small fruits that cannot be sur-member of the Beggar Prince Co.; passed anywhere on the globe Hilliard Campbell, baritone; Hazel either for quality or quantity. Mr. Davenport, comedienne; John Mair has made many trips into Dowey, basso, nud Jack Leslie, that section of British Columbia second comedian. Special scenic and knows the country thoroughly, and light effects will make this tho He says that few people even as best theatrical attraction ever seen far west as this, who have not been in Lethbridge. The price for this through it, have any conception of engagement is 1.00 for reserved the wonderful fertility of the seats. Sale opens at Higinboth- Okanagan valloy. Their idea ream's dmg store Monday, Novem- garding it is about as hazy and ber27. correct as is the Carolinan's of Athabaska. Land in tho valley is Albprta Oddfellnwc becoming even now hard to pro- AIDena uuaieilOWS. cure, and the ordinary immigrant Winnipeg. Nov 17.-At Calgary couldn't touch it all. $-100 an acre the Alberta grand lodge of the ia a common price for iruit farms, Independent Order of Odd Follows and much higher is being paid. waB instituted yesterday by A. H. Mr. Mair knows one man who Blokeby, of Kingston, Out. Fifteen sold an acre of cherries for $1000 lodges were present with a member- and didn't even have the trouble of ship of 1000. picking them. Buyers tumble over The of lifers elected were: Grnud one another trying to get m first master, C. F. Comer, Calgary; and snap up. the fruit of the deputy grand master, Alexander district. Many a lucky owner of May, Edmonton; grand warden, E. of land in tho Okanagan haB been F. Brown, of Macleod; gnuul secret- made rich for life through one ary, O. Tisdnle, of Calgary; grand year's crops. But the demand is marshall, Mr. Oliver of Lethbridge; greater than the supply, and the grand conductor, Mr. Elliott of fruit man never has to go looking Strathccna; grand guard, Mr. for a market. He is a king and Facile, of Ponoka; grand herald, *the buyers grab up all he has al-Mr. Wolfe, of Olds; grand chaplain most before the blossoms sire off Mr. Murdock, of Calgary. the trees or the fresh leavee aprout- _,., ing on the vines. It is only to be If you wish to buy town lots that regretted that this golden freak of will givo ^quick returns, call at Mother Earth is not of greater di- Young Men's Parlors. The young men's jvirlor of Wesley church was formally otxmed on Monday evening. Sunday was made a young men's day in the church. Special addresses wen given to young men. A choir of young men furnished the music very acceptably, and the occasion was made one of very great interest and inspiration. On Monday evening a social gathering was hok to inaugurate the work of the ehiireh in behalf of the young men when a large number were present Mr. Roberts, physical director, gave exhibitions of his work and methods of training. A number of sjM'eches appropriate to the occasion were delivered. A Young Men's club was organized and its ohVers appointed. After which the imrlor was opened for inspection and refreshments were served. The parlor is a well lighted and nicely furnished room, tastefully arranged. Papers and current magazines are placed upon the tables, games of various kinds aje provided and the room will be an attractive place for young men to gather during the winter evenings. It will be open every week evening from 7 to 11 o'clock. No one will be excluded from its privileges who properly conducts himself, but all who pay one dollar or more to the funds of the club will have the full rights of membership. Debates will be held and lectures given by leading men in public life. Musical evenings will lie arranged, and later a glee club will be organized. The gymnasium is in the adjacent basement and as rapidly as possible apjmratus will be put in \mtil it is fully cquip|)ed. On two evenings a week instructions will be given and on other evenings the room will be opened to young men for practice. A. shower bath will be instituted. No effort will be sparci to make both the parlor nnd the gymnasium all that they should be Generous support is being offeree! by many who have expressed their interest and appreciation of the effort to meet the needs of young men. The officers are: President C. C. Cragg, M. D.; Secretary, P. J Jamieson; Treasurer, H. Pilling members of the executive; W. Mc Kay, Mr. Cassclman and Dr. Gal bruith. 0k Denttey Ce'y, Dd WHOLESALE AMD KETA 1 L HEAT IS NECESSARY IN COLD WEATHER... $p We furnish the most economical heat as our stoves give the Maximum Heat for the Minimum Fuel Used... Plumbing, Hot Water and S Steam Heating is our specialty flick $ makely * ���  _PASSING INTO STOCK THIS WKEK-  givo I once.-A cQueeu. 3tf The latest and most artistic designs mensions, so that if we could not all get in on the land, we might at least have a chance on some of its C. B. BOWMAN 1UBCi0UBproduct8. L. & J. McLeay PIONEER MEAT NARKE AT NUMBER THREE Tela market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the . the district. HOPKINS, * FROP, WALLACE & HASELTON Barber Shop sad Pool Roon Best ol Cigars, Smoking Tobacco Pipes and Smokers' Sundries Real Estate and Insurance Agent | MONEY TO LOAN Marriage Licenses Issued Madame Biyla, Palmist. The renowned Madame Bayla, a palmist of great repute throughout Europe a graduate of the Occult College of India and France, will be at the Lethbridge Hotel this week. Here is an excellent opportunity for the people of this OFFICE: FIRE HALL ADD'N city to consult one of the greatest Wtit of Post Office palmists of the day. Mrs. (Rev.) Hughson will receive on Thursday of this week and afterward on tho first Tuesday the month. T. E. Oakley, who has been in Strathcoua the past two months, returned Friday night and resumes his position ns chief clerk in the C. P. R. freight office. The Ladies' Aid of Wesl . church are preparing for n fancy sale of useful articles, to take place on Thursday, Nov. HOth, in the baseinent of the church. Mrs. Louis Stockott, wife of Mr. L. Stockett, M. E., general manager of the Pacific Coal Co., arrived in town Monday and is the guest of Mrs. W. D. L. Bardie. Mr. Alcott, who has been in the hospital over two weeks, Buttering from a badly fmctured leg, sustained in a runaway accident, is now progressing (mite favorably. Rev. J, E. Hughson spent yesterday in Claresholm, attending a missionary coinmitteo. As soon as possible a second preacher will be stationed at Lethbridge to look after the work in tho adjacent country. Lieut.-Governor Bulyea, Rev, John McNeil and Mr. T. Underwood, of Calgary, were in the city last Friday closing up matters in connection with the formation of the Bulwell Coal and Iron Mining Co., Limited. In company with Rev. Padley they visited the mine and property and were highly delighted with all the rich indications and vast possibilities they saw there. A business man on the main stem, who, by the way, is married and lias a grown up family, received a letter with his mail the other morning, which read: "If young and single write Miss Maud Mills, 106 Myrtle Ave., Detroit." Now we hope none of our young men will jump at this chance, for there are plenty of matrimouials on the market here, and it is always a good plan to patronize home industry. Ladies' Neckwear For tin* Holiday Trices from l.V to $II.U0 See U.eUi. Trail NEW FURS Brown Stoles at 2.50, 5.00 and 7.00. Ladies' Black Astmchan Coats ;it *2-"> and ?:{.").00. Ladies' Black Persian Lamb Gauntlets. Ladies' Beaver Gauntlets and Gii y L.iml> Collars i less variety. .Mid- Our Stock of Ladies' Three-Quarter Jackets Is fast passing out. No broker required to move gtxxls if you know how to buy and .when to buy. We fancy we know- our sales prove it. Come and see. :  ! E.J. HILL & CO'Y FURNITURE SHOW-ROOM UPSTAIRS Wo carry the best line of Stoves and Ranges in town BUCK'S "HAPPY THOUGHT" R ANG li MOFFAT "NATIONA" RANGE and GURNEV-llLDEN "SOUVENIR" These Stoves cannot be equalled for Quality and Price YOIIO HA 111 HEATERS These are guaranteed to heat water in (.IU seconds. To introduce these we are offering them at *l:t.()0, regular price $20.00 G. L VROOMAN.  Hardware Get Our Prices on Furnaoo Work. Plumbing, Etc. ^>.>^:�8�.:..:�:..x..:�w�:�*�:"WmW� X | Geo. Houk �- is still selling the purest of WINES *"� LIQUORS at the same stand What you buy there is always right and can bo depended upon Ceo. Houk t �* ? V ? T *? ? '? Y Y t Building Material We csn supply you with Sashes and Doors, Window and Door Frames; Office, Bank and House Fittings. FINISHED LUMBER & TURN INGS OF ALL KINDS Clpar and common lumber on hand Quotations promptly given on application CRANBROOK Sash & Door Factory CRANBROOK, B. 0. ;