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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta w HEY LAST 3 SPKCIALS 3 M n's Wool ^ ocks 8 Pairs for...................................Sl.(X) Heavy Pe Jackets Worth 16.00, now...........,.................UW Lined Duck Coats Worth 4.75, noAv..............................$3.75 A full line of Stiinfield's Underwear-the best in the market. FRESH GROCERIES A. MACDONALD & CO. Mrs. (Dr.) DcVcher will be tlio at ii eard iiarty o\\ Friday lii'tcriioon. Wanted-A l!;o(xi genond servant tvi (nice, go(.)d \v;it;cs. Ajjply tdMrs. C. F. !'. Convl.carc. 4 (ico. Ijiildwin and wife were in to tlie tlanee Friday niglit from the Little Bow. For Kent. Two rooms: warm and coudortable: nicely located. Apply at llerfdd office. 2t4 Call nj) Western rehouse tfe ' TninsferCo,, Ltd., for good hay; and Northern Oiits. 4tf ! Geo Sqirrell, of Toronto, has ae-i ce]>ted a position in tin; Leth-i l)ri(ige hotel as diiy clerk. i Afiss Mary Koy .irrived home ell Telephone Two new tcdepliones have been init in at Nund)er Three-Wm. Scott, 140A ami Tlios. Scott, 140B. If yon liave real estate to sell, city or country honses to rent, or wish to own your own home, see ^ A. McQueen.' fitf ; II. J. Honiii. audit(jr of the Bell i Telephone Co., c-alled on W. J. Galliford, the local manager, last . Saturday, and found t-verythiug in tip-top sbap'. ! W. F. Russell, a TMl)er tonsorial-ist, has bought an outfit from Ott & Bid lick and will henceforth i jjractice his art in the thriving little coal miiung caniiJ. Mr. Chfford Sifton, ex-minister of the Interior was in town on Friday eyening. He left for Coutts on Saturday morning. He is in-. terestcd in the Milk River Ranch-; ing Company in thai district, and i will be tho-re for a few days yet. There is a storv circulating i around to the ciilect that a business 'man in town, who Ott to be old Hammond Bros. Photographers To advertise their fine and up-to-date Portraita, will give Free Sittings To all who call THIS MONTH. No Money- ro Pay at the time of sitting. If you don't like them when finished, don't pay for them. HAMMOND BROS. CHURCH DIRECTORY. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CREAM - CHOCOLATES JUST ARRIVED Manufactured by the cele-brateti Candy maker McConkey� of Toronto. J. J. JOHNSTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER Phone 18. Night Bell Burnt Leather Novelties AKTISTIC AND DUUABLE -Just receivixl; including youven-ir Snap Shots of town and district. Cushion Covers, Portieres, Book and Magazine Covers, Pen Wipers, Match Holders, Whisk Holders, Blotters, Calendars. Posteanls, Albimis, Book Markers, Satchels, Glove and Handkercliief Cases A LOCALBUDGET. Ray Knight was here Monday from Raymond. N. W. M. P. InsiDector Irwin was in town Sunday from Card-ston. Bert. Talbot and P. Pfarffer were in town Thursday from Moran's ranch. The various rooms in the public schools are preparing for their annual Christmas concerts. W. A. Aubin, of Tnher, manager of the Reliance Coal Mining Co., was in the city last Monday. J. Wigan turned over 15 head of beef cattle to P. Burns & Co. at their slaughter house Monday. Hyssop Bros, bought 350 head of range cattle from Sandy Mc-Nabb, of St. Mary's, on Sunday last. Percy Ash was in the metropolis Wednesday from Coutts. Percy is preparing to spend the winter in California. Charlie Crager is mourning the loss of some fine, fresh egg producing chickens. which were slaughtered the other day by a couple of local sports who had forgotten to bring the game law regulations along with them. The A. R. & I. Co. have just put in a new set of rope drawing gear, iltKK) feet from the pit lx)ttoui, which are driven by a band rope from the engines on top, to drive li\e new ropes under Stafford's bottom. Tiiese ropes will be extruded from time to time until all the coal is moved from Stafford's })ottom. There was a similar arrangement put in the north side a few years ago, which hauled coal from beyond where Mr. Maxvvell's liouse now stands. They have also put in a slush trough which slushes all the slack into the coulee. This slack was formerly loaded onto railway cars and hauled out and (Itunped. The slush trough uses fii ).IJ00 gallons of water in ten hours. A supply of GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS always on hand Hisinbotham's Telephone 49 Night Bell Born-On Sunday. Nov. I'.tth, 1905, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Locker a son. Ott & Bullick's barber sliop and ixjol rooms are now ecjuipix^d with steam heating fixtures. H. H. Abbott, C. P. R. genei-al freight agent, was in town last week on the comijfiny's business. J. W. Woolf, the u)(:>nil)er-elect for Cardston, was in town Thursday and took the night train foi' ix)ints east. A Slav w-as struck by a lump of coal at No. il mine Friday and lind to betaken to the hospital to luive a badly skinned face dressed. J. B. Lea, a s'tock association inspector from Montana, has Ijeen looking over this district quite thoroughly during the past week. W. Laurie, tlie Cardston lawyer, was in Lethbridge a few days duj-ing the past week, and was kept busy transacting business and shaking hands with old friends. Bishop Pinkham, of Calgar}-. will administer the confirmation rites in the Church of England next Sunday morning, and at the St. Mary's mission in the afternoon, Bishop Pinkham is expected to occupy the pulpit of tlie Church of England at botli the morning and the evening services, Tlie 12-year-okl son of Samuel Borup had his leg broken Sunday evening near the irrigation farm. The boy was holding a lantern for the men to unload tlieir wagons when a heavy roll of beikling fell upon him. He was brought Monday morning to Gait hospital. It is rather a coincidence that Master Borup had only been released from the hospital about three months ago, where he had been laid up with the same leg broken, although in a different place. We beg to announce to the nnisical public and intending purchasers of Pianos and Organs of Lethbridge and surrounding country that we have openetl a show room in Mr. Southard's new store, and extend to all a cordial welcome to inspect our goods. TheJBein^ Needs no comment as to quality and durability, They are built and guaranteed to last a life time by the largest manufacturers of Pianos and Organs under tlie British flag. We have full stock now on hand. Prices right and terms to suit everybody. CALL OR WIUTE FOR CATALOGLL. Friday evening Kiverview, the residence of Mr. Conybeare, was the scene of a brilliant and cnioy-able gatliering, in lioiior of Miss Cowdry. a giu'st of Mrs, Conybeare. Dancing, tlu^ chief feature of aniusemenl.: cards, for tiiose for whom the light fantastic held no attraction, ami a perfectly ajipoint-ed supper nil conspircil to ensure a delightful evening. Among the ladies tlie hostess was charming in a daintdy trinmud Mack scijuiiicd lace gown. Mrs. I'. L. N;iisnntli looked well in fi vci'V liandsonic di'ess of grey l)i() tlie union liad been fanned. nv.A outlined the great good that iv ..ulted there-f'rcnn lioth to tin- '.vori.nwin and to the contractor. The remainder of the evening was spent in a very joUy inaiuier. Songs wen> sung by Broth(!rs Evans. Smith. Schofield, IJoberts. Blissard and Grant. Brother Ritchie gave a highland fling and sliort sjieeches were made liy those whose talent took the oratorical turn. Tlie evening was so ])leasantly spent that the mom-Ijers decided to find time for many more of these soci;d sessions during the winter months. The meeting was closed by everyone joining i?i "God Save the Kinu.'' I/-,- - � -1 i I r 1 i enough to know better. got Company, was in the city last week , . ,, . i , ., , i," 1 ' , ' : lus ijaths mixed win e out callmg on l)usin(!8s. o i �  i i i  i :  bunday night and experienced i Every Wednesday evening dur- soiiu! difiiculty in locating the pro- ing the winter a IriiMe class will lie I per route home. j iield in St. Augufitine's church at a__ Uluarter to eight p'. m. " G. Hnrrower. of Lethbridge was I Anniversary of Carpenters' Union. comparing noU's as between his owi town and Cranbrook during the piist week. -Craiilirook Herald. Mrs. Conybeare, of Riverview entertained a large nuuilier of her friends last Friday evening in honor of Miss ('oviilry, of Macleod, who rc^turned lioine on Monday night's train. A new board sidewalk it- Iciiig liuilt from Ki'ed's liakery t.o ihe brewery. Tiiis is a niucli needed improvement. It will now be quite conv(vening of this week. A varied assortment of faiu-y and useful articles w-il! be otferi'd and refreshments served. A ])lc-asing display and a jjleasant tiiiK.' may be anticipated. Mrs. J. \V. McNicol was the hosti^ss at a very^ enjoyable c;ird party on Saturday afternoon, in hcjiior of Miss Cowdry of Macleod. She was assisted by her sister, Miss Foster, and Miss \'roonian. The lucky winners were ^[adaine B(!giu, lirst, and Mrs. CUiivers. lone hand. Mrs. N'roonian and her daughters wer Catholic church have now permanently organized into a society, with Mrs. Major Tiegin as j^resident. Tliey will liav(> their wi'ekiy meetings at l?"'allK!r N'anTigheiii's residence,and there work for their future grand bazaar. ni^xt Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent, and Catholics have two fast days ix)r week--We(hiesday8 and Fridays. No marriage ceremonies will be performed from now till the Christmas solemnities are over: that is till after the dtli of January. Last week was Father Lacombe's feast day and many friends went to Pincher Crei'k to celebrate on that occasion, i-'ather VaiiTighem went also, bnt returned the same day. as the parish is too large now to leave it without a priest. BAPTIST TABERNACLE. Rev. C. Padley, Pastor. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock. Sewing Circle Wedues>day afternoons at 3.00 o'clock. Missionary meetings, 1st and 3rd Fridays in^ month. Mutton Sheep All In. p. Burns tt- Co. will have within the next few days over 4(J0() mutton sliee[). bought u)) in the vicinity of Iji'tliiiridgi'. n^ady io shi]) to Calgary and the various other points where tliey control markets. The company's Imyer. Mr. Stalker, has bought up about all the available nmttoii in the neighborhoal this fall, nunilieriiig nearly 17,000 head. Many otlun- iaivfrs have had to consider themselves lucky to get hold of culls. Several men wanting mutton ha\e iieen down from Edmonton way lately, but found the sheep, like the summer birds, WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. J. G. Hughson, Pastor. .Sunday services at 11,00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3.00 p. in. Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8.00 p. m. Epwortli League, Fridays, at 8.00 p. m. KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Rev. A. M. Gordon, Minister. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock. !�.................... GJdcks yf For Every Room A Clock should be in every ro,;.:i __________, .___ kitchen. It needn't te a strikiiiu clock, if the noise is annoying --though the soft booming of a vA:h cathedral gong could hardly jar the most sensitive nerves. : : : : But with a good clock in each room, meals are apt to be on time, the children get to scliool on time, folks need not be late at church for lack of knowing "what's o'clock," as the English say; and "company" can see when it's time for "him" to go-though it has happened that the hands ef the parlor clock have been set back. But then, everybody knows that parlor clocks are liable to vagaries at such times. : : : : : : : A Silver Spike Driven. Edmonton, Nov. s5.-The last spike, a beautiful Silver contrivance, was driven into the Winnipeg-Edmonton branch of the Canadian Northern Railway inside of the city of Edmonton tliis afternoon. The work, which was one of love, was performed by Lieut.-Governor Bulyea this afternoon. The ceremony, though not of a very imposing nature, was witnessed by an interesting assembly of Edmonton and Alberta people, among whom were the members of the Calgary city council. The drivinc of the last spike is a realization of the dreams of the Emonton ijeople, who are now on the main line. The afternoon was a public holi-lay for the jjeople of Edmonton. Hown away. To Abolish Alberta Bars. Edmonton, Nov. 17.-A delegation led liy Kev. .lohn McDougall, of Calgary, and coin])osed of Rev. Dr. Cliowii, of Toronto, general secretary of the Department of TemiJeraiice of the Methodist church. Rev. C. II. Huestis, of McDougall Street Church; Rev. H. A. Gray, of All Saints' church, and others rejireseiiting different cliurclies and 'temperance societies in Alberta, waited uiJon Premier Rutherford and Hon. Dr. DeVeber toiLiy, with a view to ascertaining th(! attitude of the new government in regaril to the liiiuor traflic, A resolution was jiri'sented to the Premier, which asked chiefly for legislation to aliolisli Ihe bar rooms, the genei'al sentiiiient being toward Butcher (SL Publow EDMONTON - CALGARY - LETHBRIDGE A fine new hose wagon has Iwen turned out by L. H. Fowler it Co. for tlie tire deiiartment. It is an excellent addition to the already well eipiippcd fire hall, and the wagon, with the exception of the wlieels, was all made by the Fowli'r com])any. The IkhI of tlie box is 10 feet long and '12 inches wide. , A roller isatt.icjh'd to tlie rear of' the (lovernmenl operation of the the box so that the Jmse may be i liquor tratlie. The delegates were easily strung out, 'I'here is a step ' assurred the government v/ould take behind for the use of firemen and ! thcnr rejiresentations into cousider-a gas pipe railing runs all around : ation. A local committee has been the top. The wagon is nicely appointed to again interview the painted �nd on either side tlie ' Ministers on the matter. letters L. F. D. appear, signifying---- "Letl.bridgc fire deiiiutment." A | ^^^^ MJIH Rlygr mspiAt. new Hoor is InMiig put in the nre ; hall and as sooii as the weatlier; Toronto. Nov. 25.-A Washing-permits an ailditioiia! door will Ije ton despatch says the dispute be-placed in the front of the building, tween the United States and Can- � adian governments regarding the TiDOU liushels Northern Oats and use of the waters of the Milk river 100 tons good Hay for sale at for irrigation purposes is no nearer Western Warehouse & Transfer settlement than it was six years Co., Ltd. 4tf ago. Card of Thanks. Fletcher, Ont., Nov. 23, 1905. We take this means of expressing our sincere thanks to the residents of Lethbridge for the many acts of kindness manifested toward us all in our two late bereavements, in the death of John and Mike Kelly, Mk. and Mrs, Michael Kellv and Family. OPERA HOUSE MONDAY, DEC. 4 The ROSCIAN COMIC OPERA COMPANY 30 PEOPLE 30 ----IN- John Phillip Sousa's Comic Opera L capT PRICES Reserved, $L00. Sale of Seats opens Monday, November 27th, at Higinbotham's Drug Store. house, including the five: Lethbridfc Feraie R. A. Wrifbt C.C. WrtKht STOREIS: Mediciii Mat Rosthern Princf Albert A. M. wright B. W. Wright F. W. Wright R. A. WRIGHT, JEWELER , inuet of Marriage lic-nscs. No witnesses required 1 For Hard or Soft Coal, SiacK, Etc. This is one of the most suocegsful Heaters ever introduced into the western market. It meets the demand. It is easy to handle, has a hot air blast draft that consumes the gas, smoke-proof feed door, extra large asli pan and every modern improvements. It is the Stove that Suits ^ C. W. GRAY ^ THE HARDWARE MERCHAl^TT TELEPHONE 66 IF YOU BUILD YOU NEED If you are wise you will buy your Lumber wliere you can get it the best at a reasonable priei'-iiad get it when you wiiut it. Weli;nu-He Lumber of Every Description Our source of supply is unlimited find you cin depend uix>n getting wl'.at yoii ask l:or. ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. W. Mc'Nr:ol. General Miuiager, Lethbridge, Alta, Branches at Taber, Nanton, Leaving, Cardston, Pincher Creek and High River. LADIES ;o:o:qk g I p q Another Importation of Jacob & Son's delicious Reception Confectionery. We Name a few Varieties to refresh your mtsmories, CYCLIST CHOCOLATE KINt^S OWN ALPINE WAFERS BUTTER GINGER MACAROONS ETC, SHERLOCK, FREEMAN iSt CO ;