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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta nissii We Wish Our Many Friemls ihe (oiTiiiliment^ of the Season^^S WE HAVE IN STOCK A FULL SUPPLY OF GROCERIES AND AT LAST WE THINK WE HAVE A HEGULAR SUPPLY OF CREAMERY BUTTER LEAVE YOUR ORDER DO NOT FORGET THAT WE CABBY Stanfield's UnshrinKabIc (flidervyear The best that is sold in C&naii, Fite-Rite Clothing, and The |lmes-Holden Go's. Boots and A. MACDONALDI& CO. Christmas Goods We invite all to see our Stock and Prices of Perfumes, Xaiiis. Cards, Books, Combs, Brushes, Mirrors, Leather Goods, including Kodak Albums, Wallets, Purses, Etc. Before Purchasing Elsewhere. J. J. JOHNSTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER "Phone 18. Night Bell. A LOCALBUDCEL �Just twelve more days before Christmas. Sam. Yoiinp returned from Montana last week. The 01.1 Tiiuers' ball will be held on Januarj' 19. M. Barford was in Calgary a few days last week. J. H. Wallace has put a steam heating plant in his residence. Another car of Penuoline Oil at the Bentley Company. Limited. Dick Vrc\ was in from the Little Bow a few days last week. Jas. Fuller, manager of the Cam-.firoM ranch, was in town Monday. Mr, Carroll, the hotelman of loi; Taber, was in the city Friday, F. H. Barnes left Friday on a month's business trip along the Crow. D. J. Whitney received a car of green hay from the north last week. Mr. Douglas, one of Taber's leading merchants was in Town Monday. The trail from the States to Alberta will be kept hot next .spring. Baldy Buck, manager of the Cir-ch' ranch, was in town Friday on business. Dr. B. Jackson left last week on u month's visit to his old home at Clinton, Ont. i?. Stark, and H. A. Powell, of Altyn, Mont., are coiifinetl in the hospital here. The scholairi at the public school an- preixiring for their, Christmas oiitcrlainuKints. Tl. L. Stevens, of the Palace hoti i, Calgary, is spending a couplej of OU it ABLE i;v(d; i Iic 1 uding Souven-ibots i)f town anddis-l^nrthion Covers, Perls. Biiiik mid Mag- V^'i|ll��rs. \iiiU-\i Holders, ^!Sk lloMlTS, Blot- [iili'iidar.s. Postcards, i.Book Markers, Satch-tiuid Handkeroliief Cases A suppl Ri ^of GILLETTE SAFETY aWs/aya on hand Hifinbotham's TeleplMne 49 Night Bell Watlli ivcan's ad. 5tf Misjjlfliide Roberts has return-�etlibridne from Boise Cily, ed to Idah Th man to re Th( Lord is not a refuge for the lio is looking for a soft place 'churcii is richer for a cent' giver*Tilti a smile than for a dollar will a fnnvn. A. i Moore of Raymond, h city Tuesday on busily i ted with the A. R. & I. Mil was ness |d!)j Co. wilt. U'hitney secured seven headfof Lood, milk cows in the Rayixouii district last week for his dairy. J. ^�L'viu left Tuesday night for Calgary. \vi)ere he will resume his position aj^ brakcman on the 0. P. K/ Extra good value in gentlemen's fur linfed cojits, received iiy express today at tlie Boutley Company, Lii^itcd. [r. Sinmis, a veterinary surgeon offcoakl.ile, late of North Dakota, w* in tlic tntitroiwlis Monday look- 'a location. J. .Smith and J. H. Wood fcre in from the Black Spring diie district a couple of days last Hjk for supplies. (ilf you have real estate to sell, (f or country houses to rent, or iih to own your own home, see McQueen. 3tf The Electric Light company is (liking a 3(XI-foot cut in on coulee i;the rear of its premises for the iirpose of dumping ashes. Wliat about your Xmas. presents, ive them put away for you at 'right's. By the way the Euro-Jan novelties are going this year, is not too early, as these goods [an not be replaced. 5tf Commoil Sense Piano TialK There is iiotliitisz nicer Pidiio, Tlicrc arc i'inii" When ynn hny a piano y an in.striuncnl yon arc iX' THE BE the home than a good nil there are good Pianos, sliould know what sort of ig. With L PIANO Yoii can depend npoji ii instrument of the first qualify. It's responsive Inch, accuracy of tone and danihUily iirv reoommiJled highly by the best nni.sicians in Caiuula. Alien you buy a Bell you Iniy a piano tliat cannot Dscelled. Come and in- spect tlie instruments tli|; we have on exhibition at 8ou( hard's new store. Butcher & Publow EDMONTON - OALOAS? - lETHBBIDGB \DIES ARE ALWAYS INTERESTED IN Brooches We are showing an excellent line of Gold Filled and Solid Gold Brooches. : ; : : : The quality is the best, the price moderate. : � : : Wm. C. Lipltardt jeweler - Watchmaker Engravini( Pone By H�nd NO TROUHLK 7 0 SHOW GO0118. Rooms to rent, steam heat and electric light. Apply to William Ott. Mrs. Thos. Farreli, is in from Milk River visitini' Mrs. S. McCaig. A shipment of Armour Meats re-ceived today direct from packing house at the Bentley Comiiany. Limited. The officers and players of the Lethbridge baseball team for 1905 had tht'Jr photos taken at Hammond's studio yesterday. Mrs, M. E. Roy and daughters entertained a number of their friends at a very enjoyable evening party last Monday night. For Rent. -Two rooms; warm and comfortable; nicely located. Apply at Hqrald office. 2t4 In order to give its readers a re-IKjrt of the Saskatchewan election results the Herald is publishing on Thursday morning this week. George Leitch, ,of Cranbropk, was in the city a few days the pdst week on business connected with ihe East Kootenay Lumber Co. See Wright's stock of Leather Goods- the most complete stock in town. 5tf Jas. Ashcroft wishes to thank what he terms "the loyal 136" through the columns of the Herald for their support in last Monday's election. Hammond Bros', change of ad. was too late for publication in this issue. They are, however, still taking photos to be finished before Christmas. Trumpeter Matheson, of the N. W. M. P., has been transferred from Calgary to Lethbridge. You are liable to have any old kind of a mitt called now. "J. H. Stanley, formerly of this city, and who is ;npw a drummer for the Wilson. Stationery Co., of Winnipeg, renewed old acquaintances here Monday. Call up iVestern Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd., for good hay and Northern Oats. 4tf Paul Frederick was in town last week from his ranch on the Little Bow, in company with Joe Baunt. Mr. Frederick will break several hundred acres next spring. J. A. Young, of Bad.Water Lake ranch, is in town and expects to spend the winter, with his,family here. He brought in 1,300 head of sheep for P. Bums & Co. At WesLty church next Sabbath the pastor will speak on the following subjects:-11 a.m., "ThV He]p| we get from our Hindrances;"^ 7.3tf p m., "Seeing the Invisible," Wanted-A good general servant at once, good.wages. Apply to Mrs. 0. F. P.Conybeare, '4 Secretiiry H Cockle is having the A. R. & I. Co. reading room improved to a considerable extent, and before lon|i)will l able spot could be found for such an industry, and it would be wise for the board of trade to get into immediate commiinication with the Orange Meat people. , At a meeting of the executive of the Young Men's Club held on Tuesday evening, it was decide'! to engage a gymnasium instructor to take the place of Mr. C, Roberts, who has hitherto been conducting the classes. A good man is in sight and the work will be .carried on as previously contemplated. Members of the class will meet for instruction on Friday evening and any who wish to join are invited to be present. The new apparatus is expectexi to arrive very shortly and will be installed. MANY PROGRESSIVE MOVES make it possible to collect small debts. Moved by Mr. Cunningham, seconded by Mr. Sick that the board place itself on record in favor of the scheme to make Lethbridge a city. Carried. The secretary was instructed to write to the 0. P. R. pro-testing against the mode of sel ing seat privilege in sleeping cars, Mr Cunningham was apix>inted to co-operate with the town news-pajxirs in giving a write-iip for the town. The secretary was instructed to write to Mr. Macdouell, Nelson, to find out the difference in rate on rough stone from Nelson to Calgary arid Nelson to Lethbridge. Mr. Eckstorm was delegated to furnish the subject for discussion at the next meeting. The secretary was instructed to consult with Mr. Naismitb and get information, and then write to the C. N. R. asking them . to extend their line to Lethbridge. A Benevolent Movementi The following lettr was received by a business finu in town last week. Mrs. White's scheme is a laudable one, but it is not likely that she can obtain land anywhere in this section of the coimtry at the price-she names:| Dear Sir:- A pamphlet sent out by your company has ci^me into my hands, and, as I am anxious to get some land, I would be pleased to know if you coukl provide me with a certain number of acres on what you may think strange or new terins, vis: As I siiall have leisure, and have a small capital, about $2, 000.. I wish to start a scheme to bring out from London, ixxtr widows with children. I would need one section for winter feeding and due for summer pasture, also one for crops, buildings, etc. If you could sell me the three sections at $3 per acre, or oueat that price, and a lease for the other two for twenty yfjars, for fencing and planting trees. The men of my family would be able to help in a few years! I shall give my work and means for the good of, humanity and our country. When fairly started wptild'put five hundred in sheep. And endeavor in a few years to bring out twenty-five families a year. The Government has done wrong in locking up so much land in companies. I shall be | pleased if you can help me in this I project. ' i Yours Sincerely. ' Mrs. L. T. White Grand View P.O., Ont. Can. 1 Made at the Board of Trade Meeting Last Week. A meeting of the board of trade was held on Wednesday evening last. Mr: Cunningliani reported from the committee on su'ojucts for discussing, suggestinu; that the board take action to encourage manufacturing industries. Mr, Cunningham's rejwrt was received and the President appointed a committee to look into the matter, consisting of Messrs. Cun ningham. Freeman and Oliver. Mr. Barford reported from the conmiittee on subjects suggesting that the merchants and the towns people shoidd corOixsrate in making up an envelope advertising the district and that everybody use them. The president, Mr. Barford Mr. Sick and Mr. Johnston were appointed a committee to deal with the matter. The secretary was instructed to write the Calgary board of trade to find out what has taken place in regartl to the motiun passed two years ago at the meeting of the territorial boards of trade asking the government to take steps to Eagles Elect Officers/ At their regular meeting on Monday evening of last week the Eagles held an election of oflScers, which resulted as follows:- Past Prasident-C. J. Eckstorm. President-Elmo Eraser. Vice-President-Thos. Pfaair. ' Secretary-C. McDonald. Treasurer-A. E. Humphries. Chaplain-M. Priest. Conductor-A. Hutton. Inside Guard-S. G. Davis. Aerie Physician-Dr. P. W. Tuller. Outside Guaid-Chas. Blake. Trustees-C. J, Eckstorm, J. Ashcroft and Wm. Lamb. Buy Your ewelry -AN D- Xmas. hnlim AT THE IN THE LETHBRIDGE BLOCK Quality W. J. Armstrong I JEWELER ENGHAVER OPTICIAN. Merchant Tailors ^ Ij you want the Latest Thing in a IVew SUIT  OR  OVERCOAT Call on Them. Clocks For �<� Every Room A Clock should be in every room in the house, includiug the kitchen. It needn't be a striking cloci.. if the noise is annoying -though the soft lx)oming of a rich calhi-dr u gong could hardly jar the most sensitive nerves. : : : But with a good clock in each room, meals are apt to be oniin.e, the children get to school on limo, folks need not be late at church for lack of knowing "what's o'clock," as the Euglisli say: and "company" can see when its time for "him" to go--thpugh it has happened that the hands e� the parlor clock have been set back. But then, everybody knows that parlor clocks are liable to vagaries at such times, : : : Lethbridge Fernie Medicine Hat Rosthera Prince Alberi'. R. A. Wright C. C. Wrtght A. M. Wright B. W. Wright F. W. Wrigbi R. A. WRIGirfTlETO^ lliucr of Marriage Licenses. No witnesses required mi C. W.GRMY IS MAKING PR ICES SIZZLE ON ALL KINDS OP these days. He is bound to pass' them out at once and ofl'ers bargains that should make warm buying. .  . . � . . , .  . IB a* C. W. GRAY a� THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 IF YOU BUJLD YOU NEED L_U7VTB If you are wise you will buy your Lmubur whfw you can get it the best at u reasonable price-jiud get it when you want it. We handle Lumber of Every Description Our source of supply is tuilimited and you can depend \ipon getting what you ask for. ENTERPmsiTuMiER CO. Ltd. J. W. McNjcol, General JbniiiK^or, Lethbridge, Altii. Branches at Taber, Nanton, Leaving. Cardsion, Pincher Creek and High River. LADIES Anodier luij.ioj'tation of ,  Jacob Si Son's delicious Reception Confectionery. We Name a few Varieties to refi-esh yonv nieriiories CYCLIST CHOCOLATE KINGS OWN ALPINE WAFERS BUTTER GINGER MACAROONS, ETC. | SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & Cfe) ;