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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Christinas and New Year, 1907-8 HUDSON'S BMY Once more the Holiday Season will soon be here and the Company are better prepared for it than ever with a ful stock of the freshest and purest Groceries. Our Liquor Hampers, as usual, will be of the best, the renowned "Hudson's Bay Quality." | Wishing all our friends and customers "A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year." Hamper No. I, $3.50 I dczen Oranges I lb. Table Raisins 6 lb> Apples I lb. Fancy Mixed Biscuits I box Bon Bons I lb. Mixed Nuts I tin of Plum Pudding ' I Bottle Native Port I Bottle H.B.C. 7-yoar--"  Rye. Hamper No. 2, $5 I Bottle Port Wine I Bottle H.B.C. 7-year-old Rye ' I Bottle Sherry Wine I Bottle J. Dewar's Scotch I Bottle Pale Brandy I Bottle Claret 3 Bottles Beer Hamper No. 3, $10 I Bottle H.B.C. 7-year-old Rye I Bottle Pale Brandy I Bottle Pale Sherry I Bottle Old Port I Bottle J. Oewar's Scotch I Bottle Sir J. Powers' Irish I Bottle Blackberry Wine 6 Bottles Lager I box'Imperial Cigars (23) lie r of Apples from Ontario ' Canned Goods " ii a Evaporated Fruiis from California Groceries from Winnipeg LiquoFS " " These are some of our arrivals just to hand. See us for some of the freshest, brightest and purest groceries lA the city HUDSON'S BMY STORE s --------JW^iKiji^'if wo' ^^^^^ Do You Wish to Build? I have 4 fine lots on a corner on BtJRDETT Street for the very low sum of $325 per lot. There are also some very good lots with water mains near the elevator and mills for only $175 each. W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Farm Lands and Lethbridge Properties. Southard Block, Letlibridse, Alta. Phone 122 I/' DON'T BUY . The Material for your shed, barn or hutise untill you have seen our >^in. Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet Taber Case in Progress. (Concluded from first, page.) . there wore throe townsitcs known as Cy the Inistfos. '. The programme of cases outlined for the court was Hex \s. Itussell, 1'rolxu-t and Van Norman. | WeilnesUay, Thursday, Kriflay and Saturday, Kox vs. Kane, Hex vs. Morri.s^n, Monday, Uvx vs. Davis, '� riex vs. PuUay, Tuesday, Rex vs. Lipscomlie, Oleson vs. Pierce, Wadnes day, Houk vs. Piper, Thursday, Ken-riotly vs. Dielly. After Friday, the court will adjourn until January 3rd 1908. GREET NEW JUDGE Lethbridge Bar Extends Congratulations to Justice .Beck Supninio was mnrkod EARLY CLOSING BUAW IS BAD That is Judge Beck's Opinion of Letlt-bridge Measure. At the Supreme Court yesterday aj)|)lication to quash Dylaw No. 243 of the Ci\y . of Lcth-. bridge, commonly called the Early-The opening of the sittings of the j closing Bylaw was made by W. C. �" Tuesday morning j,.^^ ^ Keel, merchant by a pleasant incident j i.o.thbridge. The when the members of the bar con- gratulated Jv. D. UecU upon his elevation to the bench. The mendwrs pres'ent ..were C. F. 1'. Conybears, K. C, D.t^.L., representing , the Crown, ]{. n. ll'nn^'tt, K.C, W. C. Simmons L. id. Johnstoft, V.'. C. l\cs, and U. XI. .Jui'os, UHhljridge. On bahalf of the Tx'thbridgo bar Mr. Cony1)oaix- extended congratida-tions to .Justice Beck on liis elovlx-lion to the Supreme Ct)Ui-t of .\lber-ta. Jlr. I'.eck, in ropljing re-nuirUed that ho had known j\lr. Co-nybeare for twenty years and had been associated with him as a bench- i ^;'3ons given were that the b.ylaw was in excess of tlie powers of the city, that it is dis ci'iniinating, and that it is oppre."^-sive. The judge thought it was dis-crindiuiting but asl^vd for coun.sers moi-o precise i-eafcons. In ruply he said that confectionery and tobacconist .s-torcs were not included in the list of stores to be closed. City Sol--icitor Coni'beare argued that sucli (l.'iscriiniiAajtion was common practice when in the general interests of the citizen. The judge thought the liylaw hail as it was and thought it would be .................. , u. ,ou us a "OMca- , ^, appir'to the Lcgisla- or. He had also known most of the .,,.. f,. . , . � , ,,,/,,., , I"''" 'Of power to pass an earl.y-clos- mon)bm ing session of the Legislature (or a charter to construct a railroad fr) n the mine to the main line of the C, P. R., a distance of 15 miles. As soon as the charter is secured . con-struotion will be commpnced. Christmas Goods Buying ShouldH Done Now The business of the IJixon Transfer Cu. has l)oon purchased by II. lluyr, recently from li^ngland. / Every, day's delay means that you miist cho&e from a smaller selection. Don't iorget our store when you arc making your holiday purchases. We have hundreds of Christmns articles especially selected for this particular time of the -5eaf and especially for you. Unless you personally look over our stock you cannot possibly know of tl)e great variety of goods, nor ..can you imagine how beautiful they are, either in value or attractiveness. Keep this in mind-those who come first have the best selection. Our stock is very large, but the woy we ore selltng these Christmas articles the selections will not last long. R. K. Lethbridgo'B Greatest Jewelry Store - Phones 166 and lfi6 > Eye Specialist in charge of Optical Department ;