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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta TH'E LBT Christmas Shopping! Do your shopping early. Less than three weflks to do the Christmas buying. >Soe our novelties, suitable for Christ mag gifts. For Men SILK BELTS KID OLOVKS. Kin MITTS LACE COLLARS SILK COLLARS CHIFFO.V COLLARS SILK WAISTS KID SLIPPERS FELT SLIPPERS FUR XEC'iC 8CAUFKS LACE TIES FA NO V 11A N'DKKllCl 11 UPS HACK AND SIDK COMHS JCM WOO1, SHAWLS lOK FASCINATORS XKW KID (JLOVES; SILK UN'KD KID GLOVES, FUR LIN'ED. KIU.'MITTS. PCJR IJN'Cl) KM) MITTS, WOOL 'UN'ED FANCV SUSPESDEUS FAXCV HOISF.RV I'IXE SILK NECK SCARFS l-'AXCY MADRAS SMUTS DONCOLA ROMEI) SLIPPERS -FIR RITE" CI.OTIUXG STAX KLD U N DKR WfiAIl For the Home Tapestry Curtains Soft Wool IManfcc-ts Fvkfcr fiiankc-ts Brussels arxl Velvet Fancy Squares Cushion Tops anil Cords 'Fancy Linc-us. Stamped Lln-an's Shoots, Pillow Slips, Whlto Spivods A IUG ASSORTMENT OF WORK IIASKKTS, WHISK "CATCH ALL" THAYS.'15TC. A. Macdcmald Co. Opera House Up-toDate People EAT Vienna Loaves THI-: Polnutier Sisters WILL 01VK THKLH 11101L CLASS ENTERTAINMENT Tuesday, Dec. 11 AT 8.30 O'CLOCK. i TICKETS'. A.VJ> OOc. j PLAN AT J. HICIX-" BOTHAM'S ON' FKIDAV. Read Ihe Press Notices. Electors of Lethbridge And Good Pastry and They're Satisfied Our bread is baked ou bricks and baked thor- oughly, Browned to please the people. your neigh bo'ur about ilie Model Ba- kery. They'll tell vfou they're all A Morris Chair 1 respectfully fl, fl, solicit yoiir votes for Alderman at the Municipal Elections on Monday next 181. Your Vote arid Influence respectfully solicited oiona and fort tlmn uny other article of Furniture. After a day of woik" aud( worry there" if nothing; like'it to take tha kinks out of your body aiid luiitU, You ought to have one We can supply you at almost any price you care to pay. are different kinds of woods and upholstering that make prices We have souie luxurious chairs, finished iu the EARLY ENGLISH FINISH and in SPANISH LEATH- ER. Come in and see them. BRODIE STAFFORD i i We are Already laying aside customers" select ions of Newly-Arrived Christmas Goods Be early, and make your choice while stock is large J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. for Ceo. L. YroomansE. A. Cunningham Candidate Horn on Dec. 2. to Mrs. Me.0a'i.jh-. crtj', a. .son. Albert ives will 'go to Ontario Christmas. It is expected the ioo atiih-2 i-'nk will for curling 'by day. A. Southard rocoivcd a cons.gn- inont of trunks, al! and kinds wcxjk. A LOCAL BUDGET. liuy your baled hay from A. toe-. Cotton rags wanted .at the Herald office.' L, II. Fowler a. trip to Mob- -this xvoet. C. K. Wood is a candidate inr Akiernum in Reginn. Tho Dominion lands oUkw will open on Saturday. Sam Iltvird of the Little liow in the city this ux-ok. K. T. Barker has Ixxm appointed Mib land ftgonlal Maclcod. Miss .Tfran lUuncan making a vis- it to Mrs. A. -M. Mordcn tit Pinch-jr i-ki. .MoffutL has frrira TJaple Creek and vill Ixj hire for the winter. Miss Meains has .sent in her resig- nation as -teacher at the White School. N. Dowsctt with hi.s wife and :im- ily returned to city from Frank on Monday. Mrs. D. Younghusbnnd ton's KOIW to Phoenix. B. 0. Sho'will .spc'n-! Christmas there. Hiss Itruoe of Toronto, has conxs hore to reside permanently with brother, John Brnce. The school district has 'rOvti created with A. Hunt, of Ifunts villo (is senior trustee. Mrs. I'. M. Campbeil Jeftfon FrJ- rtay nfght's to spend a 12w juotuhs in the ICast. John inornin May visit C. Simmons. .Mlr.P., took a couple of meetings in the O'lei- ;n campaign last II. Hull, has refrigwxl his posi- in It. A. Wright's. He left 'for th.2 south Tuesday, morning. rt. C. 'Matchc-bt leaves on TiK-sday on an extended visit to Fremont.'. Xcb.. and Ont. Mrs. C. W. CJray and Miss Oray leave for a two month's with relatives Sn Ontario 'ivext R. A. 'A 'big con- signment qf cUss__. cut glass from England this Hawsou Mtiy new express agent here, arrived from Calgary on Sat- urday. He was accompanied' by Mrs. May. The homestead entries here October were 245. an increase cf nearly 100 over the- samu mouth last year. Tlic annual meeting of the Leih district agricultural soc.-jty will be he-Id "tomorrow hall. Tho oflice of 'the Stock Exchange boon rcoponod. 0. H. Allon lato of Itat. is now in charge. School Inspector .T. W. Brown was in Ihe city over'Sutxlay after having inspected the schools in the .sur- rounding districts. C. R. Oantei has purchased three lots on Ashmeod Street adjoining W. A. Huchanan's. and to Vnild thc-ro next C. C. Wright, Fernio, and Mrs. K. Medicine Ifcu. who' the of K. A. re- el -to their homes yesterday. Machint-s rented -by the. 01- month. Singer Sowing Machine Co. Dr. Hunter of Dayton, Ohio, peels to locate a t-ownsiic south i Sterling, xvhoro he has largo inter j It wiM be known as Xaw Day- ton. OIK of the automobiles has sold to a gentleman in j holm, Hatch and Coons i one, and A. Southard has boupljt i the other. host of it j city wore glad to KM -him ab >ul! ha streets aga-m fhiK u-eek. ufter his j recent ten days Hloess. H.I is -1 splendid. R. .f. Cordon, dicLriel govonur.-ill enff iiwer has takc-n up his hsre. lie to live at- Stirling, I but his 'recently: 'have! ijcvn ._ C.] is'leaving to pay visvt in the haunts 'sof ivts ch in thi Pea On'i... .whcrokhir ani iJy iVoll and favorably kjiosm G. Goodwin formerly of the spent u ooupte of days in tho city'thfis Ilis ixne now at Fernio, but ho still 'thinks is no plaw lika The OraixJ Lodge .of Elks for Al- btrta is tcing formed a.t, Calgtiry to-a day. Tho Lcthorfilgc doJogates ;irc W. C. Simmons. W. C. R. A. Sharman. Fred Kenny and T. j Macleod. j W. C. L-ip-hurdt now- one of tho ilnosL show .windows in the Your Vote and Influence is Solicited lor J. Baldry Candidiate for Alderman for Alderman. Election Day, Monday, 10 Election Day, Dec. 10. NO BETTER CHRISTMAS GIF11 TO AN ABSENT FRIEND THAN THE HERALD A YEAR. Your Vote and Influence is solicited for James Ashcroft Candidate for Alderman. REAL ESTATE I to aiinouuco that opened an office in ihc LETHBRIDCE HOTEL BLOCK For the trGiiaftetion of a general Real Estate and Insurance Business 1 urn establishing'! connections with eastern and western points, both in Canada and the United States. If you huve anything you wiah lo seillist it with me, it-Trill cost you nothing if I do not effect a sole. If you wish to buy and -I have not what you want, give me a description'and T will find it for vou. N. T. Macleod Fire and Life Insurance. Election Day, Dec. 10. Mr. HaniiKon tas resigned his' pos- j'tion as .socrotaty of tho Trades Council. He has to or, where he will open, n, bo.rbcr S. A. B. attended a tniatf N'iven and family this Leavings week. Itj was im- for Iloil Doer, where tbey of tho Vresbyteriia will in future reside. Miss Shnrkyo, of Regsna, has fn a position sis stenographer the Lands office' here. ladies and was a fair. The receipts wcro ;.L markablo figure a 1'Iaco the THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Piid-up Capital, Reserve Fiml HEAD OFF.'CE, TORONTO B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD. BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA. AKD THE UKIT3D STATES AND KNOLA9D city. It is beautifully finished J.IKI will give this jcwohsr a chance to nioko. an offcctivo display of his stock. -I.E. Clarke, of tho Old Chief Poul- try yards.has.received, a shipment of nino Buff Orpingtons with nnothei arxl on t to follow of tho sanw class. 1 1 of WhHo Rock-s White ED. PULLEY For Fine Boot Shoe Repairs Located in old W, H. Morris transfer otfice. one door south of the Army liarpjcks. Fine Work a Specialty BANKING BY MAIL may be transacted by mail with Bank. may to mptmttt aa4 4 or by ma4l BRANCHES Of ALBETTA LEAVINGS MANTON STAVHT LETHBRIDGE CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD rollOICA VTGREV1LUE MEDICINE HAT WH VMMIUON WTTASKIWIN CALGAUY CUARESHOI.M EDMONTON HIGH R1VKR Look at the Label your Herald. If it dated December 1st, 1900, your subscription is duo. and if Dec. lstr 1005. it is overduft. Thv> at Wesley Church on Sunday will to conducted. -by rfo pastor. Subjects: li a.m.. Forgiveness of Sins." 7.30 p. m. "Why. bo a Sabbath j school aiKl.-biMo class at 3 p.m. j .A, G- Tnjllo, toe -well-known'hotel koawr. of Coleman.. stoj'jxxl over iu Lethbridgc oti his way to moot hia f family, who will arrive nt Now York.! on the llth of December an extended tour of old country. -Miss J N-ivon. dnughtar ol j Uobt. Xiven nwt with a rmthor JMIH- ful accident on Saturday She j is employed-at tho Laundry j anci Jrom'ng a her hjiml! caugh-L in the' ironor and was budly bruised before it was released. the last nisoting of tlw Gait j HoapHal Indies' Aid Society it- was i decided not to nwika any this in of fund, tut I rwcn tut -IxiH will j held as xisual. sorao time in j Blair Itiploy was in tlw cky last uarjr. i week accompauiod by Mrs. Ripley, A. H. Happier of Raymond, wae who has month.-i. In the city this on his proceeded to Prince Ilupert, B C. from CalgttO'- will likely G.T.U. terminus. will be the serbioe of tho C.P.R. Irrigatioc sociatcd with the ilo- Co.'in Montana. Mr. TTopplor's j of That railroad. Tic hud cr, formerly -Sr. hecn associatod with them for some tima. Mr. W. J. GaUiford, local of tho I Jolt Telephony Co, at. T died in Uic-hfieVd. UUh. Gus th-j woll known zinc expert of tho Pass, was a Lothbridge visitor this week, flft Kjft this morn- ing for Frank from wnonco ha will proceed to British Columbia to look the situation. Mr. hero purchased oxten I comhQ, has arrived in for 1 r> continuous for both service, nfght and day. local and long ot this J Your Vote and Influence respectfully solicited for H. Macbeth Candidate for Alderman Election Day, Dec. 10 Double Cylinder "Double Acting Hand Force Puma; Its Speciml Feitwts The only pump that has no leather suckers and requires no packing or packed joints'of any kind. Always primed, for sliallow or deep wells, maple handles, adjustaUe working, never freezes." These puiupa arc the most satisfactory pumpe made, throwing double the amount ot'water with the same'ease as any of the so-called double-acting forca pumps. By placing tlie cylinder aitd rods on opposite sides of the pipe, they are perfectlyv balanced, thereby saving half of the power1 of the rods near y equals the weight" of the water. With one of thcsa pumps in your well or cistern you have a home fire engine, as ihey can be made ready in ouel minute by n simple attachment for connecting a hoae. .to throw- a continuous stream of water. I have also stock pumps that will throw 30 gallons of, water a minute. These' puinps to be used in wells not exceeding 20 feet in depth. Cistern puinps of all descriptions constantly carried in stock. By giving me the depth of your1 wells I will fit up any of; the'above pumps, complete with pipe, rods, etc., so that any. person can install them. I will positively place niy guarantee bock of nil pumps sent out. Special prices to country C. W. GREY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 Your Vote and Influence is solicited for Ira M. Pierce Candidate for Alderman CkctioA Day; Dec, 10 probably Advocate. agent LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C G. K. NOURSK. sivcly of Lethbridgo real estalc. At the St. Andrew's day oetebrat- '.on jn Winnipeg 1.ho following HA.ge vas road from Charles Afair of this city. "I thjnk 1 was membijr j last, woe-k for his home at of the first St. Andrew's society