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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta I Christmas and New Years 1906-7 WE KRE fiud$on$ Bay Company LETHBRIDCl The Holiday Season is fast nppronching, nnd the Company ate better prepared for it than ever with a full stock of the freshest* and purest Groceries. Oar Liquor Hampers, as usual, will be of the best, the renowned "Hudson Bay Quality." Wishing all our friends and customers A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. MT LAST- HAMPER I dor Oranges llb.TabbRa.tiM 6 lbs. Applet I lb. Fancy Biscuits I box Bon-bons NO. 1�$3.00 I Ik. Mixed Nuts I tin Plum Pudding I bottle Native Port I bottle H. B. 7-year-old Rye NO. 2-'-$5.00 HAMPER I kottle H. B. C. 7-year-old! I kottle Brandy Rye j I kottle Rum I bottle Skerry Wine I kottle J. Dewar'a Seotck I kottle Native Port 3 bottles Beer Just in Time to Display our Fine Stock of Holiday Goods. After many delays we are at last located in our new building which we feel we have every reason to elaim is the best, from the standpoint of appearance and arrangement, in Western Canada. A visit to the new store will convince you that we have every modern facility for handling a large and growing business. HAMPER NO. 3- $10.00 I kottle H.B.C. 7-yr.-old Rye I kottle Pale Brandy I kottle Pale Sherry I bottle Old Port I kottle Rust I kottle J. Dewar's Scotch I kottle Burke's Irish I kottle Blackkerry Wine 6 kottles Lager I box Imperial Cigars (25) ON THE GROUND FLOOR. there-nre seven distinct drpartments in this order from (he north side: 1 Dry Goods. 2 Gents furnishing. 3 lteady to W'var Cloth, ing, 4 Notions, 5 Boots and Shoes, 6 Groceries, 7 Biscuits aud Confectionery. ON THE SECOND FLOOR there are four deparments: 1 Crockery, 2 Carpets and Linoleums, 3 Ladies Ready to Wear Goods. 4 Dressmaking. Those who h tve watched the laying into positian of the heavy steel frumuwork luive ait ideu of the strength at d ntaohuw safety of the building, us indicated by the largo steel supports tlnough-out. On the mutti floor the largeulnte glass whidowB. with their, lights above, throw the strongest lighi possible upon thugceds inside, where it is easy to match the most elusivo shudes and to examine the different qualities and weaves. There is not n depart* ment in tho store that's afraid of light-- the more light we can throw upon the goods the plainer will become the fart that (or quality aud value they ore invincible. AN DINAR M Investment Anyone wishing an In vest m >nt wilt be greatly interested .n a Mcl'.on of land that I have lor sale in the Clarceholui district. This li Al land and well located with a coal mine within a mile of H. It can be bought for $11.00 |*r acre wlt>h tho remarkable low figure of $1-600 cash down and the but  a nee payable in Ave equal annual instalment* at 7 per *xu First payment due ONE YEAH from sale. YOU can SELL REFORK THEN AT a PROFIT OF 31 TER ACRE. 1IAV1NO HAD but 81,800 IN ESTED AND MAKING a PROFIT OF 83.-600. YOU DON'T THINK IT CAN BIS DONE EH! WELL I DO, BECAUSE LANDS W HI til ARK NO BETTER LOCATED AND OF NO OK l'-TKR SOIL OH SURFACE HAVE ALREADY SOLD FOR �18.00 PER ACRE. GOSSIP OF j& FROM THE HKRALl/s REGULAR REFOIlTXIt DEALER IN Alberta Lands and Lolhbridg%� Properties. Boom 1, Southard Block Phono 122. LETHBR1DUE. ALT A. may LOSE MR, MOB. There :s a possibility that J. Moo. the popular and obliging - C.P.R. gent hero, may be removed to Cranbrook. Mr. Moe, when asked bout the report today, would not confirm or deny H. It is to bo hop* ed Mr. Moo'Will stay hero. Ho Ha on* of -talned the contract to build Chart  ton Dlscns now house. They will commence work on the sumo at once. A big wrestling match between Thomas Parkinson of Tabor. and C'hiis. Jensen of Cardst^n is to take place on Tuesday night for $50.00 a side. Police Curette rules are to govern, and will bo catch-as eat'ii can, and the l/est two out of throu pin falls vill iljcide Of course we are looking forward to a local victory. A nweting of the ratepayers of the village is to bo bold on Thurs  day night to discuss tha tfucs>tion of Incorporation. We all look fonvmxl to this moelir.g with great Interest, and Sincerely trust thut a satisfactory solution will Ik) tho outcome of this meeting. John Kent was in Luthbridgo on Saturday Inst. M.M. Stewart of tho Reliance tuinu paid a visit to Calgary on Sunday last Tho now C.P.R. depot is now open and is a groat credit to the town. We are only waiting now for the C. P. R. to 'jullcl us some commodious freight shiKls and remove thd old depot when wo shall bo one of Urn liost oquipped towns on tho 11n�. Thu Canada Wi�st Coal and Coke Co. have comtnenced work on tho Electric Light Powerhouse, also cn their new steel tipple. Reginald Stewart of Calgary lb roglsterek ftt Uw Union Hotel. Next Sunday is the first annlver  sary of tho open'ng of the Presbyterian Church, Humor has It that wo am to have an o>t friend back to preach appropriate anniversary sermons. A concert and social evening will take nlaco in Inn church on the following day. Work vtis to havo begun on tho new English Church foundation last week, but the weather was too cold for the masons to start. They tie waiting for tho first rhinook. Real estate sales on Hough Street have been very good this week, at least three $500.00 lots wore out through by one firm. They also sol.! the lot immediately west of tho furniture Co. for $300, and tho n.w ovnors InWtid erecting a store on it in a very short whilo. Mr. Piorson Is erecting a dwvllir.g house for himself on Hough Street, east of his livery bam. ALRERTA WHEAT AND OATS. Claimed to bo the Rest in the Entire West. At tho session of tho grain commission in Calgary, Georgo Hill, the government inspector satd that no less than 85 |>or cent, of tho outs which were grown in Alberta would average over 43 pounds to tho bit. He had had seventeen years expor -ience in tlvj inspection department at W-nnipeg nnd he thought that Utn outs which were grown In Alberta were sui>crior to anything whilh otth-er Manitoba or Saskatchewan could produce. A separate grade should Le givon to oats such as were produced in Alberta Oats which weighed 13 pounds to bushel ought not to be class.*! in the samo grade as outs which weighed only 38 pounds. Mo could distinguish Alberta oats front Munitola oats or from the oatswhich wore tho product of Saskatchewan becauso of their superior plumpness and ulso because they were .of a lwi-tor color thun th-> oats of the othjr )>rovinces. Elmer Johnston, tho manager of the Calgary lliscuit Factory swoio that the flour which was mado from Southern Albert a Wheat was superior to any other flour for tho purpose ol making sodu biscuits. It gave better results thun the flour from Kansas, Missouri, which he had usod in tho past. Tho Hudson Day Co. are occupying their new store. Wanted at once, u saleslady. Ap -ply Hudson Hay Co. Mayor elect Griesbach, of EdtuaB> tun is only 28 years of age. The C.P.R. will slip 35 cars of stock for tttj Knight Sugar Co. east to-morrow. Hurry llentloy was a candidate (or Mayor of Stettier. He was beaten by. eloven votw. WnntiKl iinmedintely, a grt>corjp salesman. Apply Hudson Ray Co. Anyone requiring thj services ,( t \'ot> rinary Dnttist should notify nt at once, as nRer the 18tb Inst, 1 fhaV be away for two weeks. F. H. J. Johnston. D. V. S. Jas. I'orry the Rig Row rancher is in the city. Mrs. Perry will winv here for tho vintcr, occupying th>�ir property at No. 3. Sho Is not in*ho very l>est of health. Aid. Cunn'ogham had a visit this week from his brother, A. L. Cua~ n'n.;ham. formerly cashier for tho A. R. A I. hero. He is now with tha G.T.R. in Montreal. BORE NEAR CENTRAL SCHOOL. luthbridgo is entertaining this week thi* delegates to tho annual convention of District No. 18. United Mine Workers of America. The mcvl'lnjs are being hold in the Labor Temple. President Sherman presiding- The delegates in attendance am: D. L. Miller, Tal>cr; John Miller, Tuber; C. Stubbs, Rellevue; Harry Gate, Coleman; James Lancaster, Feraio, U.C.; W. II. Moore. Fcrnie, M. �'.; C. Garner. Michel. R.C.; H. Evjtw. Lundbrcck; Jas. Chapman. Frank; H. Aston. Canmore; Peter Pctorson. Femic. R.C.; A. McLcod. Millor, and J M. McDonuhl, Sectvtary treasurer of t. McNabb. represents Lethbridge. This convention is of public nn  portance, as the pros.nt mining contracts expire in tho spring, nnd th* ; iv.-w contracts, rules and amondnwnU will to drafted now. Tho convention will bo (or the most |iart open to the public, but at ; times it will bo closo.1 in oxocuttve sossons from which the public of course will bo excluded. The local union gave notice of *.bt strike soltloment. and tho coal train tho mine was put on tho 'faSr' list. Dry Farming Authority. The n�w directors of tho Agrlcul  tural Soc'oty ara mleavoring to secure a visit from Mr. Campbell, founder of the Campltull .e in Great Falls this month. It is also intended to havo a farmers smoker, tho purpose being to got tho farmers together and have them relate their experiences. | Jas. IVot of Jas. Peet and Sons, i IMrolea, h�s been in the city most of tho week. I!o lias signed a contract with ths Electric Co. to aoro 1500 feet for gas. He will comntenoo work as soon as the machinery arrives and ho thinks ha can sink n 1500 foot well In 00 days. Tho well will bo bored on the stroH oast of tho central school. ' ho lunilw for tho building will lie lou:ht hr>?. Thoy will use ten Inch and posMibly twolvo inch casing wh.-n thoy start to bore. Mr- Peet who has lJo truet of lend on th? sou�h �Vlo oi tho river. The north sido is to no Irrigated first, oxtout four miles of Mo 'cine Hat. Tho south side, too. is to he irrigated almost to tho city. A million dollars most of which is Enho Donrd of Trade lyM nib'hL that. ho was in tho city to select a site for tho new Ellison Co. Flour Mill. Ho hoped to ha\u tho null in opnrat'.on by now. December. CHURCH OIRECTORY. DAILY TRAIN SERVICE. Tho Great f\t\\n Tribune says a daily train service Is to be put vb between Groat Falls and Lottopridgo. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Sunday Services:- Low mass, 8.30 a. in.; high mats. 11.00; vespers, 7.30 p. m. Daily Services:- Mass tl.30 a.m. Father Van Tljhem. Mhurd's Liniment Cures Distemper WILL ADOPT TELEGRAPHONK C.P.R. Will Supplement Telegraphic Service With Telephone Innovation Montreal, Dec. 10-Tho Canadian Pacific railway has dacided to adopt the to'egraphono a now invention by which telegraph wires can he usod for temporary telephonic purposes without d.sturbing .te'egraphic wor*. Instruments will first be usod on the north shore section, and if found successful will probably be extended over the whole system. UT. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH. (Anglican) Rov. .1- 8. Chivcrs. A.K.C.. RwtV Rev. David Jones, U. A., Matins at 11.00 a. m. Sunday School ut 3.00 p, m. Bvonsong at 7.30. Celebration of Holy Commurton:- �t Sunday In tho month. H m. m. vPlain), and 11 a. m. (Choral! 3rd Sunday after Matins. Othei Bun-days at H.30 am. Dully Matins and Evensong at 9.(10 a.m. and 7.80 p. m. ST. MARY'S MISSION. .' Prayer Meoting every WMraadnji evening at 8.0U o'clock. BAPTIST TARBRNACLB. Rev. Wm. Reid, rastor. Sunday Services at 11.00 w 780 p. m. Sunday School at 8.00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday e���I �t 8.ori o'clock. Sewing Circle Wednesday ftfternool at 8.00 o'clock. , Missionary meetings let *nd .8 Fridays In month. ADVERTI8F. IN THE" HERALD. 55 ;