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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 * I - -k L ' - % VOLUME 1 LkTHBItlDGE. VI BERTA. WEDNESDAY NUMBER .4? 1 _1 HUDSON CO OUR FALL Established 1670 assorted Dry Goods and freshest Grocery stocks in Southern Alberta, Oar loads of goods arriving every week. YOURS FOR VALUE, HUDSON A 1 >L LETHBR] DGE, ALBERTA CO TH OVERCOAT QUESTION t planned to have the best Overcoats in town. We think wo'vi' ui�t them. We have your Overcoat, come in and see it. noiher large shipment of Men's Furnishings just in. I),.'t forget that our Ordered Tailoring is by hies" of Ottawa. the famous C-ARHARTT OVERALLS. t izes in \V.> do your Cleaning. Pressing and Repairing on shortest unlit OUH MOTTO ISi "A dollar's wonh of value for cvery dollur, or every dollar bocK." A L McKELVIE A. R. McGUIRE TH Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 ...............114,060, Reserved Fund...................... Balance Profit and Loss..........---- **5.1 Head Office. Montreal PRESIDENT: Ul ,l!T HON. UUlU STHATHCOSA ANU MOUNT HOYAL, Q. C. M C. VICE-PRESIDENT: HON SUl GK.OHUK a. IHUIMMOND. K. C. K. s. r'L'.USTON. UKNriiAi. Maxagkh and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada v iso in London, England, Now York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland . r,' Circular Lettersoi Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. ELECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TER .*',, up in an ; u ^ ^ nm nre com. assay by the ^^,gical burveyloted and 8ubmitted. Department at Ottawa. lhere.1 . . , , , also reposes on the property vast . The lupe of tmck for the spur quantities of building stone and .into MacW proper is going ahead remarka earth. ��- m�� wm*.� ....v�t�^.v. l :* \ nections with that city. Lilies of 1.uil�lii.g Btoue and �>to Mucleod.pioner is wing uiuaa rkubly �cxxi quantities of brick nipidly, and it will not be lonK be-, lH*i�l..s otluT valuable toe _ we have direct niilway con- products. It is the intention of the pro- To meet the sed impor- moters to install large coal, coke I Uince of Lethbridge as a railway and gas works, and to push along ' center the O. P. R. and A. R. & I. development just as rapidly as Co. will next spring erect u big possibly. Brick and cement works freight shed, with offices in counec-will also most probably be estab- tiononthe site of the present A. lished. Already twenty men are , R. & I. Co. station, receiving their pay cheeks every Saturday night, and no time will be lost in placing the concern on j . the extensive plan of operation I A change^hae taken place m the that has been mapped out, when j Lethbridgi we may confidently expect to see 14th inst. the concern was mcor-thinus humming along right mer-1 porated under tho name^ of Lnter. rilytothe increased prosperity of: PT* Lumber Co., Limited. Iho the district and the greater busi-, business is being put on a larger Enterprise Lumber hobs activity of Lethbridge. Lethbridge scale and new branch yards added. The following yards are now in operation: Lethbridge, Taber, I Nan ton, Leavings, Cardston, Pin. A steam laundry has been a long | cherCreek felt want in Lethbridge. One will, Station, be ruuuiug in a very short time- and no second-rate one at that. A local eomjwmy was recently formed, and they no sooner decided upon the project than they started to work. A two-storey brick building is now well und�*r way. The structure m 2*� feet by mo feet, and is divided into eo especially arranged in every par- director, ticular for a modern laundry. Mr.! W. Henderson, who is largely interested, is in charge of the work, and says, with weather and other The increased capacity will give the new company every facility for supplying all needs of their patrons, and was made to meet the growing demands of the times. No change is made in the management, Mr. McNicoll still remaining at the helm, where he has presided inpayments'ao ably in the past, as managing Entertains. We \xz Now Ready serve vou 4/ I:  * t \ /My. I With the choicest and beat stock of Clothing Furnishings - J it r l I 14 Hats, Furs 7 4 Shoes, Etc., Etc ANY t .WESTKRN TOWN Lp � H 4 iff) C St9'* �?j1 roner(Llottje(i% The increased facilities which our new store affords enables us to serve you better than ever before h We have given most careful attention to the lighting. The hrge j windows give a beautiful daylight effect in every corner. There isn't a department in the store that's afraid of light. The more light we can throw upon the goods the plainer will become the fact that for quality and value they're invincible. HOW YOU TREAT YOUR FEET ? Surely they get walked on enough to merit a little consideration from you. malk 13 1 * .4 +4> i' t on your feet will keep them contented and well dressed. ear a smile and 4,WALK- * * ()\- KIV Sluxs. The "WALK-OVER" smile It his aprwul all over tho face is catclnng. �f the globe. you ALK i 4 \ou know the reason why. REGISTERED FOR SALE ONLY BY OUTFITTER LETii BRIDGE. ALBERTA Robes and Blankets WHIPS, SPURS, BITS, ETC., ETC. Ordered Work a Specialty. ()\TS AND WHEAT FOR SALE ADDRESS BOX 201, LETHBRIDGE Mrs. (Dr.) Mewburn gave an- conditions permitting, the building ! other of her delightful entertain-will bo completed within two'ments to some of her friends on week. A full equipment of the ' Wednesday night last. Mrs. Mew-latest machinery has been ordered | burn is an ideal hostess aud an from the Nelson, Kreutor Co., of evening spent at her beautiful homo Chicago. As soon as this arrives is always synonymous with an en-, v ,tl, t, and is installed you will be able to1 joyable time. Euchre was thepar- TXTTxf^ \ T send your washee-washee to a white , tieuhir feature of tho occasion.and. 1,16 ^al1, anu 1.'bto,..V., j enjoyment. The prizes, dispensed -- I in tho hostess1 usual graceful man- At the dance on Tuesday Prince ' ner, were a warded as follows: Louis danced a great deal with . Ladies-Mrs. J. D. Higinbothain, Miss Croighton, n very handsome first; Madame Begin, second; Miss girl, of Toronto. Thirty years ago, Duff, third. Gontleman-J. D. when hero ou the Royal Alfml, tho ' Higinbotham, first; C. 1 .-P. Cony-prince paid a good deal of atten-1 beare, second. Mr. Higinbotham tion to Miss Creightou's mother, was also the recipient of a 'lone and this renewal of that old friend- hand" prize, ship through the medium of the daughter, proved very interesting. er HlKloboihain's Drugstore PHONE Or Office-Over Ott't Barber Shop. Hours-10:30 to 13:00 noon; 3:00 lo 6:00 p. in.; 7:00 to 8:30 p. House 94 | Office Nlgbt Bell and Telephone rinn�a I Oarl Leiu, who has been employ, danced K ftfl q p operator here for the chancel arch. The brid(*. who was gowned in cream silk, trimmed with orange blossoms, was givei away by her father. The bridesmaid, Miss Florence Maud Pimm, was dressed in blue nun's veiling, trimmed with white silk. Alise Lillie Mitchell acted us flower gir1 and'wWo cream silk trimmed witl blue. E, J. Pimm, brother of tlu bride, enacted the role of best man The happy couple ami thci; .friends went to the home of tin bride's parents immediately nt'ie the ceremony, and this evening ; wedding supper anil dance will fittingly conclude this most auspicious occasion. The bride is the recipient of a handsome present by the choir and mauy other valuable gifts by hei host of friends. BRANCH IN CANADA AM) Till; I'M TED STATES A general [tanking Bnsine^ transacted. AccouU may be opened and C0S> ducted by mail witn nil hrunclieK of this Bank, SAVINGS HAKK DEPARTMENT. Deposits of $1 and upwards received, end interest allowed at current rates. Interest added to the deposit"tv,kc in csch year, at the eod ol May mul November. The depo&Uor h -uoicct to no delay whatever in the withdrawal of whole or any portion of the deposit, Lethbridge, (Alta.,) Branch C. G. K. NOURST3, MANAGER SUBSCRIBE FOR THE 4 * Miss Croighton is a nieco Dr. DeVobor, of this city. receiv 3 position of A. R.&I.Go Coutts. The Lethbridge brewery has re-.ivftfl atnvim for 500 barrels. HERALD $ 1.50 PER YEAR 'H � "if ' '� ;