Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
I'ttE LETHBKlDOE.liyKAIJi. 11 Christmas Shopping! Do your shopping early. Less than three weeks to do the Christmas buying. Btie our noveltten, �uttnble for Christmas irifts. For Women SILK niXTS KID OLOVKS. KID MITTS L.\CE COLLAIta SILK COI.LAnS CHiFPov coijuvna SILK WAISTS KID SLIPPERS FELT SLIPPEUS rUU NECK SCAHI'TS J..AOE TIES FA NCY HANDKERCHIEFS HACK AND SIDE COMBS ICE Wool shawls ICE wool FASCINATORS For Men HEAlTTlFliL NEW NECKWfUR KID OLOVES, SILK LliVED KID ULOVES, FI;R LIVED, KIDMITT.S. FVR UNED KM) MITTS, WOOL UNED FANCY .SUSPiSNDERS FANCY IIOISERY FIXE SILK NECK SCARFS FANCY MADRAS StllRTS DONGOLA HOMED .SLIPPERS FIR RITE" CLWHINO STjVNDFIKLD LNDERWEAR" For the Home Tapestry Ciirtuins Soft Wool Btanlwts EkVar l>o�n niankot.s Unissols and Volvet Fancy Slcmarc's CiiHhion Tops and Cords Fancv Linens. Stampad LJnens Sheets. I*illi>w SlipH, Whita SpiKVwIs A BIG ASSORTMENT OF WORK llASKETS, WHISK UOrJ)ERS. 'CATCH ALL" TRAYS, ETC Opera House Up-to-Date Peoplej �riiE PobnaUer Sisters WILL OIVE THEIR hkju ! CLASS ENTERTAINMENT I Tuesday, Dec. 11 I AT 8.80 O'CLOCK. ! TICKETS 81.00 A.VD 50c. PLAN AT J. D. lilOIN-* ROTILVMS ON FftlDAV, Read the Press Notices. EAT Vienna Loaves And Good Pastry *nd ! They're Satisfied Electors of Lcthbridgel 1 respeetfulJy solicit ydiir votes for Aldetman at the Municipal Elections on Monday next. Our br^ad is beikeil ou bricks and }jakcd thoroughly, Browned to please the people. Ask your ueiKhbo/ur about the Model Bakery. Tiiey'll tell you they're nil right. W. E SGHWEimB Phone No. 181. Your Vote and Influence respectfully solicited for We are Already laying aside customers'seiet-tions of Newly-Arrived Christmas Goods Be early, and make your choice while stock is large J. J, JOHNSTON DruKgist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. liuy your baled hi\y from A. Eas- Cotton rags wantod at the Ilorald ofHee. L. II. Fowler \maUo a trip to Montana 'this woek. C. E. "n. Wooil is a candidate for Alderman in Roffina. The Dominion lauds ufllco will n>H Ic open on Saturday. Sam Baird of the Little Bow wixa in the city thi.s �wk. R. T. Oarkor bft.i Ijoen appointed .sub land aifonte winter. Mis.s Mo�rn.s ha.s .sent in i�or ri)sig-n.'ition a� toachor at tho Whittj ^i^hool. N'. Dowsctt with hi.s wife and iim-ilj- rol-urnert to the city from Frank .jT) Mondtiy. Mrs. D. YounghusbRiKl ha� Kono to Phoonix. D. C. She will spcnl Christmas thorc. Miss Bruc� of Toronto. lias conio hoi^ to reside pormanontly with lior brother, John Bruce. The Huntsv'SlIc school district has ' tiO.n created with A. Hunt, of Hunts villc as senior trustee. Mrs. P. M. Campbell loft;on Fri-ftiiy ni'Riit's trnSn to spend a f?w iiioMh.s in Iho liawt. Tohn .N'ivon and family left this inoining J'or Rod Doer, where tlwy vill in luture reside. Miss Sharlsye, of Reglita, has tab> rn ft position as stwnographor in the Lands office hero. Geo. L. VroomanjE. A. Cunningham -.....-:-------------..... Candidate Born on Dec. 2. to Mrs. .Mc.Cai.jh-crtj', a -son. Albert Ives will go to Ontario fm-Chri�tniaN. Jt is oxpectod tho ios atitha i* r\k will raady for curling by ^tur day. \ A, SoiHhard rocoivcd a cons.gn-mont of trunks, all siaws and kinds ibis week. W. C. SimnKm*. M.P.P., took paft ill a couple of uicetings in th� Olel* i h;n campaign last week, ' ^ K. H. Hall, has resigned his poNi* tion in K. A. Wrigtef'a. lie left 'for tha south Titcsdav morninc. rt. C. Matchebt I�avc8 on Tuesday on an extended visit to Premont.'. Neb., and P�itcrborot*gh. Or.t. Mrs. C. W.' Uroy and Miss May Or�y lea%'c for a two month's \1sit with rolativas in Ontario �o)ct wcok. R. A. Wright rocoivod a big ct.n-signmcnt qf the^hlsbcst clasH,. cut glass di>�ot from England this woeli. Dawson May the new cxprcw�as�nt horo. arrived from Calgary on Saturday. II'Q wad accotnpaafed t>y Mrs. May. l^c honumteud entries hcra duri'>)C October were 248, an Increase �f noarly 100 pwr the samo moutb UM yoar. Tho annual meeting of tho Lcnh bridge district agricultural soc.'rty will bo hP'ld'tomorrow c^1aRing atth'j firs hall. The office of the 'Canada fttock und Onain �xchango hai* been reoponod. O. H. Alli>n lato otModidna Ilat. is now in charge. School Inspector .1. W. Brown was in the city ov�r Sunday after having inspected the schools in the ;xpoot� to Itiild thero hcxt yoar. C. C. Wright, Femia. and Mrs. M. Wright. ModicJnc llfet. �*o hftvo been tlw gij�i�ts of R. A. Wrijgbt re-tttmed to their han>cs yoittcrday. Mr. IlamUton has re��ignod his (>os-ition as seifretaiy of tho Trades a.:4 Lutor Council. Mo has gono to tkOa-or, whore he will open a bcvrbcr aiop. S. .'\. B, CraWie attondsd a baMtf at Leavings last we�k. It waa ui> dor the auspices of tho Pr�sb>-terk[,a ladies and was a nfiost Kuccewrful af fair. Tho rcooiptf) \vero 933(Ha^ roarkabic figuro for a placo the eiae of licavings; THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Ptid-up Capital* $10,000,000. Reterve Fund, S4,8Q04M0 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO 8. E. WALKER. GMienif Manager ALE.X. LAIRD. AMt. Can'l Usasgw BBANCHES THROVOROUT CANADA. AND IN THS UNZTSD STATES AND INOIiAND BANKING BY MAIL BaalaeM may be transacted by mail wttli aajr of the Bank. Aoconnta may ba opeaad, ��d Y auUIe or withdrawn by mail Bvory aHiatlea to o�t�fotown aocouata. BRANCHES 01 ALBSRTA LEAVINGS MANTON ITAVII.V LETIIBRIDGE ViVCVMXL CKIBK tXlUTHCONA MACLEOD rONOKA VgOMVlLLI MEDICINE HAT rjEI* OSBR VBMiJUON WBTASKIWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH CALGAKV ( LAKKSHOl.M EI>mo.S'ton ' HIGH RivuK ISNISIAIt C. O. K. NQORSB. Machines rented by tho . week iir ^ month. Singer Sewing Machine Cn. Dr. Hunt�r of Daytpn, Ohio, o.k -pecta to locate a townslte south >f ^ Stirling, where ho has largo inter - i osts. It will be known as Nnw r�a\ - , ton. One of tho Korr auiomobilos has . beon Sold to a gontleman in CI4 ea- | holm. Hatch and Coons will rrvt.aiii , one, and A. .Southard ha."! botjgUt i tho oth^r. I Rof/t. O'Hagan's host of frt.wds ia j �h�j 'Tity were glad to soo him abjul | thfl streets again this �eok. after his ' recent ton da.vs illnes.'?. Ho is look ins M)londld. H. .1. Gordon, dictrict govomtn'iil cngin.Tcr has taken up his rosid^noi here. lie u.sod to li\'�� at' Stirling, | but hia hcodciuart'ars . racontly havrf j i/>en at Haclood. C.. Md of l\it'.?rbpro. Ont., wticrskh? Matchetts are .1 'ai"-ily woU and favorably knoivn. O. Goodwin fornioily of tho Mounted. Pol Ice spent a oouplo o? days in i tho city tWis uiedk. His headiiuartera aro now at Fernie, but ho still thinks there is no place like Lethbridg�. The Oraud IxKlge of Elks for Alberta is loing foruksd at Calgary to-' day. The Ijethbrtdgo detegatcs uio W. C. Simmons, W. C. Ivcs, K. A. .Sharman, Fred Kenny and .V. T. Macleod. W. C. IJphardt now pos�esf�es one of th.} fincKt �how windows in tho city. It is badutifully fmished j.nd will give this veil known jowolor a chance to niako an effective dispUiy of his stock. .1 .E. Clarke, of tho Old Chief Poul-tr>' yards has recolx-od a shipment of nino Bufl Orpingtons with anotbvt shipment to follow of tho sanw class*, and ono of WbHo Rocks nnd White Wyatxiottes rospeotlwly. Thn ser\'ioes at tVesley Church oa Sunday will to oonducted. by t.ha pastor. Subjects. 11 a.m., "The Foiigivcness ol Sins." 7.80 p. m. "Why bo a Ctoiwtian?" SaWbath school aad-bltio class at S p.m. . A. Trello, the well-known hotol koop�r of Coleman, stoi>i>od over iu l.cthbridgo oH his way tcr fronr an axtended tour of the old country. Miss Agwie Kiven. daughter of Itobt. Xivon nwt with a rather p/iin-ful accident on Saturday last. is . cmployKl at tho S Iwll will lie held as usual, some time in Joa-uary. A. M. IIpl)l�r of Ra>'mond, wai in the' oHy this woek on his waji from Coleary. ilu will likely �Hit�i the serbioe of the C.P.R. Irrigatiot Co.'in Montana. Mr. tlopplor'a l�Ab> cr, who formerly rcftided \xi Can&oooooooooooooo�o Look at tiie Label nn your HeraW. If it is dated December Ist, liKHi, vtiur subscription i� duo. and if Dec. 1st, 1005, it is overduft. Your Vote and Influence respectfully solicited for H. Macbeth Candidate for Alderman A Morris Chair Affords moM raatandoom. fort ttiaii any other artHe of Farilitore. After a day of work" and, worry tbere;i# nothinft like it to take th^ kinks out of your body aibd mind. - ' You ought to have one ! We can supply you at almost any price 3'oa care to pay. Tbeiie are different kinds of woods and upbolstering that make the prii:es va.'y. We have some luxurious chairs, finished ia the EABIiY ENGLISH FINISH and upbolsteretl in SPANISH L�ATB. ER. Come in and see them. BRODIE & STAFFORD �Km HEAL ESTATf^ 1 I)t!f4 to muiouace that 1 have opened an o/Bco in tho LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the tronsaetion of a general Real Estate and Insurance Business 1 am establishing 1 connections with eaatem and western points, Ixith in Canada and the Uoited States. If you have anything you wish to aeil list it with me, it will cost yott nothiuK I do not effect a sale. If you wish to buy and I have not what you want, give me a description and I will find it for you. N. T. Macleod Fire and Life lawraaee. Dottkle Cylinder Double Acting Hand Foree f�Mi� Its Special FealoMi Are^ The only pump mauu&otureil that baa 00 leather suckers and nequiiea no iiackiiig or packed joints of any kind. Always primed, for shallow or deep wells, maple handlet, adjuataUe rods, easy working, never freezes.' Theae pttntpit are the most satisfactorj^ pump* made, tbroiwlQ^ double the amount of water with the same ie�8e as any of the so-called double-acting force pumps. By placing the cylinder and roda asi opposite sides of the pipe, they are perfectly; balanced, thereby saving half of the power' a* the weight of the rods near y equals the weight' of the water. With one of thesa pomps in your well or ciatem you have a home fire engine, as they can be made ready in one minute by a sjmple attachment for connecting a hose, to throw-a continuous stream of water.' I have also stock pumps that will throw 30 gallone of water a minute. Tbet^se pumps to be used in welia not exoeedinig 20 feet in depth. Cisteni pumps of all desoriptiona cooitantly carried in stock. By giving me the depth of your'wells I will fit up any of the above pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc., ao that any prson can install them. I will positively place my gnanlAtee back of nil pum]is sent out. Special priocB to country me|ehant�' C. W. GRBY TliE HARDWARE MERCHANT TBLEPiiOttE 66 Blair Itiplcy was in tha cHy loat week accompanied by Mrs. Ripley, who has been here for soma ntontUH, he proceeded to Prince Itupert, B C. tho O.T It. termiauH. He will b� Kociatod with the enffineerins G agent hwr Advocate. L. McK'innon, who hofl been �vrtb Smfth Bros, it Wilson for soino linm left last, waok for hiM home at l,ucV-now, lint. Defore hltt dopartnro he mode � call at the Herald and i-nk-ed to have tho papor sent to him for a year. "I couldn't get along without tho Herald" ho aa'.d. "ft if on* of the l)est papcni I ex'er Kad.' Election Day, Dee. 10 Your Vote and Influence is solicited for Ira M. Pierce Candidate for Alderman REAL ESTATE Residential lots from f 55 up to $100. These are well located, and on eatyt�rait. 1 Groomed dwelling. $700-$itOO cash, bol. monthly payments I 6-roomed dwolliug.............................----*i!03 I S-roomed dwelling, modern, with stabling, to rent Dec. lat. Election Day.' Dee. 10 Mr. Wiillian)�, a rf�\ esta>t� nnun, from Jamestown, North Dakota -vji^ in the City on Monday. He nuulo u call at tho Herald ofHce and iwciinu a subacri'bor to thia paper. lie is greatly taken with I^etbbridge and a^s that in five j-eare the place yill bo completely transformed by reason of the rapid growth in populatioD and the bulldir^c improvemcnta. Fire and Life Insurance Live stock and Indeninity Insurance intvree agafatt all diseases or nccidents in Cattle or Hones. o7o:o'