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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta t L Many Friends Compliment^ of the Season WE HAVE IN STOCK A FULL SUPPtV OF AND AT LAST WE THINK WE HAVE A REGULAR SUPPLY OF CREAMERY BUTTER LEAVE YOUR ORDER \DIES ARE ALWAYS 1NTE11ESTED IN DO NOT FORGET THAT WE CABRY Stanfield's Unshrinkable lljiderwear Tho best that is sold in Catindi. Fite-Rite Clothing, /mes-Holden MACDONALD We are showing an excellent line of Gold Filled and Solid Gold brooches. : : : : : The quality is the best, the price moderate. :  : : Jeweler Liphardt Watchmaker MANY PROGRESSIVE MOVES Made at the Board of Trade Meet ing Last Week. Wright, the, the Jeweler, has them all going this Xmas. Presents from 50c to JBOO.Wench. 5tf K. McKim, of Winnipeg, is installing the News' monolino machine this week. Mr. McKim is A meeting of the board of trade president of the Winnipeg Typo- was held on Wednesday evening graphical Union, and lias been very much in prominence during the present strike. F. H. Sherman, who was the Labor candidate in the recent last. Mr. Cunningham reported from the committee on subjects for discussing, suggesting that the board take fiction to encourage manufac- provincial elections for tho Pi miliar tn ""K , Creek district, has been in town M.r. Cuiii.iiiKhain s report was the mat week, on business in con- received and the President appoint- Engravlntf Done By Hand Nu TRetniLR VO BII.>W GOODS. - - x Christmas Goods We invite all to sec Stock and Prices of Perfumes, Xmas. Cards, I3ooks, Combs, Brushes, Mirrors, Leather Goods, including Kodak Albums, Wallets, Purses. Etc. Before Purchasincr Elsewhere. J. J.JOHNSTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER "Phone 18. Night Bell. A LOCAL BUDGET. lust twelve mor*1 days before Christmas. Sam. Young returned from Montana last week. The Old Timers* bull will behold on January l\K M. Harford was in Calgary a few days last week, 1. 11. Wallace has put a steam heating plant in his residence. Another ear of Pennoliue Oil at the Kent Icy Comiwiny. Limited, Diek I'rch was in from the Little Bow a few days last week. fas. Fuller, manager of the Cameron ranch, was in town Monday. Mr. Carroll, the hotelman of �of Tuber, was in the city Friday, F. II. Barnes left Friday on a month's business trip along the Crow. IX J. Whitney received a car of given hay from the north last week. Mr. Douglas, one of Tuber's leading merchants was in Town Monday. Tin? trail from the States to Alberta will be kept hot next spring, Haldy Buck, manager of the Circle ranch, was in town Friday on business. Dr. B. Jackson left last week on a month's visit to his old home at ('liuton, Out. I*. Stark, and H. A. Powell, of Aliyn. Mont, are confined in the hospital here. The scholars at the public school an* prewiring for their Christinas entertainments. 11 |j. Stevens, of the Palace hoi- 1. Calgary, is spending a couple of 11,tvs in town. i� 'in . io Mr. and Mrs. IT. K r f atb er Novelties AUTlIlK' AMI hlUAllU; od; including Souven-f':iots of town and dis-Vhi'ii ('overs, Por-Hi" �!\ and Mag- rue (*i t\��rs. I'en \N i j m � vs. �|;ttk Markers, Suteh. and Handkerchief Cases A suppgol m1llette SAFETY RA*Ri> -ilvvays on hand Night Bell Rooms to rent, steam heat and electric light. Apply to William Ott. P nection with the effort being mado to organize a union of the coal miners here. 5900 bushels Northern Oats and 100 tons good Hay for sale at Western Warehouse & Transfer Co.* Ltd. 4tf At the gun club dance Tuesday, Some gentlemen bought a ticket from Fred Rooney, gave him a $5 bill, and walked off without receiv-inghis change. Tho person inquos* fcion can got back his coin at any time on calling on Mr. Rooney at the Arlington. Lcthbridge Union of the W. C, T. U. will hold a "Mother's Meet-ing" on Friday afternoon, at three o'clock, in the basement of the Baptist Church. Mothers are especially requested to lx� present. An instructive, profitable and social time is assured to all who attend. Lost, on Monday of Inst week, Mrs. ThoB. Farrell, is in from at Oliver's hall or between the rec- visitim' Mrs. 8. tory and Mrs. C. F. P. Conybcare's residence, a large, old-fashion Milk River MeCaig. ed brooch, yellow topaz, surrounded by agates. Finder will be suitably rewarded on returning to the owner, Mrs. Conybeare, or to this office. had th.-ir pl'otos taken at Ham- feT^i�8Att^:'I11!0 GftU A shipment of Armour Meats re* ceived today direct from packing house at the Bentley Coinixiny. Limited. officers and players of the Th moud's studio yesterday. ed a committee to look into the matter, consisting of Messrs, Cunningham, Freeman and Oliver. Mr. Barford reported from the committee on subjects suggesting that the merchants and the towns people should co-operate in making up an envelop** 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 pluco in regard to the motion passed two years ago at the meeting territorial boards of the government to take steps to 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 Leth-bridge a city. Carried. The secretary was instructed to write to the C. P. R. protesting against the mode of selling sent privilege in sleeping cars, Mr Cunningham was appointed to co-operate with the town newspapers in giving a write-up for the town. The secretary was instructed to write to Mr. Macdonell, Nelsou, to find out the difference in rate on OLD SAGE Is too busy Picture-framing and Map-mounting to bother about writing ads.: but come and see the goods he has filled his store with. SAN1 \ CLAUS joting of tho ^K'f^.*********^ trade asking +*+**e in every room in tin kitchen. It needn't be a striking doc. if the noise is annoying --though the soft looming of a rich cath.-dnl gong could hardly jar the most sensitive nerves. : : ; : : *: But with a good clock in each room, meals arc apt to be on v.n.e, the children get to school 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, evorylxxly knows that parlor clocks are liable to vagaries at such times. (ieorge Leitch, of Cranbrook, ThflLord is not a refuge for the man wiio is looking for a soft plat e to re Thlchurch is richer for a cent givenpvith a smile than for u dollar will �i frown. week on business connected with the East Kootenay Lumber Co. See Wright's stock of Leather Olivers' hall. A larg: gathering of friends met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brad- Goods- the most complete stock in h *r , . *....... * I beer on Monday night of last week. town, 5tf A. K Moore of Raymond, th' city Tuesday on busi* �>uji--i-tiii with tho A. R. & I. M was ness Co. WiIt Whitney secured headfof >od, milk cows in the Rayitna i district last week for his ilairy. J. >V..n left Tuesday night for Calgary a*hen* he will resume his positior as bralu'inan on the c. P. J;. Extra good value in gentlemen's fur liiiffil co;its. n�iv�fl by express totluy at the Hentley Company, Liiiited. of w. f. 1 t i It*, i i laugiittT. r Sinitns. a veterinary surgeon, late of North Dakota, in the metropolis Monday look- a location. Smith ;u�l J. H. Wood \�r.- in from The Black Spring dire district a couple of days last k for supplies. If you have real estate to sell, *r or country houses to rent, or i$h to own your own home, see Mc(t>uoeii. Htf The Electric Light company is �liking a H0(i-foot cut in on coulee tthe rear of its premises for the ;rpose of dumping ashes. What about your Xmas. presents, lave them put away for you at right's. By the way the Euro-;>ian novelties are going this year, is not too early, as these goods uuuot be replaced. 5tf Commo Piano riiere is noTliinj.1 nieer the home than a good Pi.-no. Tli-n are I'Kinoi.nd there are good Pianos. When von l.ny a j i;m� �\ I should know what sort of an m-imineui v late for publication in this issue. They are, however, still taking photos to l>e finished before Christmas. Tnunj^ter Matheson, of the N. W. M. P., has been transferred from Calgary to Lethbridge. Yon are liable to have any old kind of a mitt called now. � J. H. Stanley, formerly of this city, and who is now a drummer for the Wilson Stationery Co., of Winnipeg, renewed old acquaintances here Monday. Call up \Vestern Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd., for good hay and Northern Oats. 4tf Paul Frederick was in town last week from his ranch on tho Little Bow. in company with Joe Baunt. Mr. Frederick will break several hundred acres uext spring. J. A. Voting, of Bad Water Lake much, is in town and expects to spend the winter with his family here. He brought in 1,300 head of sheep for P. Burns & Co. At Wesley church next Sabbath the jmstor will spouk on the following subjects: 11 a.m., "The Help: we got from our Hindrances;" 7.30 pm., "Sooing the Invisible." Wanted-A good general servant at once, good.wnges. Apply to Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare. 4 Secretary 11 Cockle is having the A. R. iv I. Co. reading room improved to a considerable extent, and before long will lmve the place !Ut tecord freight received for Saturday, Mon- one for summer pasture, also one day and Tuesday last. Not bad for crops, buildings, etc. If for a iirm that don't belong to the Wholesalers1 0 uild. n, Pinchcr Creek and high River. ut Butte, Moat., was' in town re- wo,lUl ^ ',bl,V l.� 1,1 H faw , cently. Mr. Jackson is one of the y�ars- / 8lm11 KIVJ W want the TWnS �� LADIES Anoiher liu}K)riatiou of Jacob Sc Son's delicious Reception Confectionery. a New We Name a few Vnrielii'.-* to n-fri'sh your uumories CYCLIST CHOCOLATI-: KI X< i S ()W N ALl'INK od Mr. Hurt of this event, ub his family wus unaware of his present location. project. Yours Sincerely. Mrs. L. T. White Grand View P.O., Ont. Can. SUIT OVERCOAT WAFERS BlT'fTKK U1NGKK MACAROON8, ETC. 1 SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO Call on Them. 8 o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o;o:o;o:o:o:o:o"o rrrrrr o;o:o:o:o:oio:o:oio:o ;