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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta WHERE SANTA CLKUS MAKES HIS HOMS. Lethbridge, Importer of Fancy Goods, Musical Instruments, Stationery, etc. Taker, Alta. My stock of Gifts this season is larger and better selected than ever before. I need not quote prices; we understand each other in that matter, and my yearly increasing Christmas trade is abundant proof that you appreciate my efforts towards giving you PAINLESS pleasure. To enumerate the good things would be impossible as counting the stars; even to classify them would be a big waste of midnight oil, for you would probably sikip it, anyhow. You would rather see for yourselves the goods and prices. COME, THEN, and I will have you just where I want you. Even yet I have ample storage room for your purchases, but COME NOW- Santa Claus* Headquarters The Picture Fromer O. W, KERR CO. Lethbridge; Alta. (Minneapolis, Minn., Head Office) LANDS IN BLOCK Retail or Warner Town Property hatchTcoon. AC�NTS ---And also General Real Estate Dealers------ LIST YOUR PROPERTIES Withua. With our Statft connections we can probably renoh more buyers than any other dealers. COME TO US TO BUY. WHY? Because o{ our agencie�. VVc can suit you in price, quality nnd terms-improved and nniuiiiroved-irrigable and nbn-irrigable lands-city and town properties. ^ Is that an Onion YouVe Smoking ? Only a joke between two friends, o( course ; but there's a fcuadation for the jest when some cigars are smoked Why notget a good "weed" when the Elamber is sold at retail for so low a price ? What price ? 12^ cents for one, 1(2.25 for a box of Elambars. Your friend will ask you what you're smoking only to get a similar cigar for himself. WALLACE & HOSELTON, Cigars, Tobaccos and Pipes. GALBRAITH WON Vrooman, NacBcth, Cunninlham and Watson arc AMermcn. the electors if a polling 4>ooth w�i� �btabH�bed. in the, NorUi Ward. local OPnoN". 1 Keen interest was displayed in iJn-municipal eloctions on Monday. The Slayoratly contest was much closer than had been amicii>aled tout ihe Aldcrmanic contest, resulted as many people hod predicted. A heavy vote was polled and I'g-s were busy all day getting electors to the polls. It was after six-thirty bcioro the vote had t�een counte3 Majority (or G�lbraith ......... t� Fou aldeumf:.v. E. A. CUNMNOHAM ........... IIVOH MACUETH ............ ROOT. w. watson ............ oeo. Iw. vhooman ............ .IAS. ASHCKOFT ............... I. M. PIERCE .................. ROBT. .1. BALDUV ............ brown inPES .................'. The first four are elected, ii>o ilrst three being elected for a two yt>ar tonn, end Mr. X'rooman fills out the rumtiKnder of Aid. Dooley's ternv, i>n� year, ?\6 201 1(.u *.u T2 FOR SALE BIG RANGE CHEAP MAJESTIC HOm RANGE French Plato Nop, 8 holes, No. 9, Jarge oven, good Repair, complete. 'with 80(Gallon Boiler Attach, m^nt. Will sell this Kange at a bsrgaiii as it is too small (or me. H, E. MXEBACH, Windsor Hotel, DEPUTY PBAD. Col. IMaault. deputy minl�t�r nlliiia is of Herman Ilotze of Carson, Iowa, was ir. Raymond on Thursday tuid purchasod a car load of owts, Mr. lIotM purchased land at Warner and has improved it, with the intent of movlnff in from the Stalm in the Spring. He likoa the Rftyinond vicinity ver>' much and f>ay� he would bavo bought here bad wa �een him first.-Raymond Chroaicie. Raymond Chronicle: MXss Pearl HoUins daughter of Dr. Rollins ia in Raymond for permanent residence, the lady was accompanied from the East by Miss Oroenway, daughter of the Hon. Thos. Oraenway formerly premier of M�>nitoba, and now a member of the Dominion Parifamont, Mi�9 Oreenway expects to spend the wintor Hn th� West her hca^th having (rootly improved iiiacn she camt into this regioo of expanse end posslbUity. The Council of 1007 will be madn up as follows: Ua,yor, l>r. Oultorait'i Aldomwn, Wm. oilvor. Oeo. W. Robinson, Hugh Macbeth, E. A. Cim-ijiagham. KoM. WatHon nnd Geo. I.. Vroomnn. A proity good council. The Aldermon whose faces w.ll not, be seen at the council Ixtard next yaar are Aid. Adams, McClure, und Harding. The occupations of thij now Aldermen nw: Oeo. L. Vrooman, hardware merchant, Hugh Macljeth, accountant: E. A. Cunningham, purchasing agent; Holit. Watson, blft^k-timit'h. One of the candidates romorkcd-al-ter the ballots h�d been cou�t..>d, "Well, I have found out there ore more ananiasos in ld." (Contributed by the W. C.T.U.) Temperance legislation may ho con�. sidercd from the acatrc>ngly support total proibiWtion. This is the ideal. In-order to do this there should be cv-cry possible effort to educate th� l>oop!e ui� to tills standard ot rielit-t!OU!0 i going back from the higher to tlioi lower ground in tlie actual life .^f thn community, but 4s ono as to ct; forward �lep. We have tha licen.'jni law; may the people of any community to jiermltted to say whotter or not tliey wish l.VjtiMs tn bo grant:l in their own cotnnitinityV Could any thins l>� mons reasonable? I,oeal OpWon is wise. It places in. �tiht' handH of the. people the power to� determine for tlioinselvci) whether or not they shall take a step forward! in Temperance. Tlioto is no interf.!r-oncc with the rights oif tho people in. other conimunXties. It brings local success withia ewy j>verag>a for an ef-fecti\'e luoveaient tliat widims thai circle of no licoiwe by iXa expylsivet; lorce. It is no loiwer an o.xperitQent. Hoirjs ot the Souttem States kavoi beconid almost prQfWbition 8>tate� bj" tba practical -opcmtion ot tha Locatt. Option principle: in Ohio too resitUn. have liecn mtUiiticd The same sub�i �tantiftl pr#a.'�:� iM anti-fialoon sen tiinent and }i;^i'>Hlati�>�l has hoen gaiti-ed in other States- All supportersi, of the Tcmparancft eouso should now rombine tlieir enojrtu and Influence. Edmonton Journal: A mooting of the execiHive of the Edmonton base-ball club was held Friday evening in tha real estate ofUce of Watsoa& Co. The chief business of tho evening was the appointing of a xamxMgir and the settlement of last season's -account, "Deacon" White was seleot-�d OS taanaiger, arxl ma soon as he [fceceivcfl the contract and agreement from' tho Western Canada Basetmll r^gue he will make all necessary si-Mtngements and conuncnoe the aiUDing of playcr�onspiel very soon, probably I** ween Christmas and New Years.  Chi Ids, Medicine Hat News: A .strong uf-fort is to be made this'sciiiion to give Uie citizens of Med.cine Hat some good hockey and to this end the local club was re-organized on Friday evening at�l the decision reach.'^d to apply for ndnvittattce to tho new Southern Alfwrta Hockffv The curling season opened .on Monday wftb a matched game for sacks of Hour for the Ckilt Hospital. Tlte challengers were N. K. Macleod, A. Scott, D. DuR, J. F. Rodgers, skip; and t*ey were beaten by a rink composed of H. M. Parry, p. McKay. A. E. Humphries, F. W.'Barnes, skip; the score being 14 to 8. Tha Curling Club skips for L'ni� year a��: Messrs. Noursc, OHver. Robinson. Keyes. Rodgers, B. Scotti, Barnes, Gow, Kenny, McEwen, Bruce Macleod, Andrew Scott and Easton. Ca.gnry .Vlbcrtan: Now that the Western Cannda baseball league i>as been aflltiated to the Nat.onal as -sociation, tho managers of the different clubs in the Dcague will betousy looking up players for nall pln.ver and ICept Calumiet in the lead of that league till within the last few ^nmcs. whan ho dropped to second place throiig'h injuries received PHONE 179 when you need a CAB To go to the �^atiob or bring friends to your home. CARTING ALSO DONE. J. G. WfcsaDd Next door to Schwe!tti�r's BAKERY. REDPATH STREET. l>sngue. l^eanis will �o entered in this league fiom Lethhrkige, Macleo 1 several of his best men, and even Pincher Creek. CcrlkunV'i StiMnoeh Liver Tablets ai�> quite \oyai to� them and mn not tie persuaided tarl Porter Ray Turnbull and W. Ijcslie Amy. .M.VYOR OF EDMONTON. Medicine-Hat Haws: Mr. Bruoc I.. Robinson, pre�i,i mayor of Edmonton. The LAdics connected with the Baptist Tabernacle met on Tuesday and organized a Ladle-e' Aid. Mrs. to. Reynolds was appointed President; Mrs. W. Gear, vice-prsBident: and Mrs. Virtue secretary. The ladies tv'ill meet in tha Church every Tuesday at 2.80 p.m. Refcri^ing to tho recent Cricket Club ball, the Edmonton SaturJay News says: "On Tuesday evening another successful dance in the soma ambitious town cla.mod the cricketers as hosts, and was from all respects a mognifloor.t triumph for tho wioldor of the willow, as w�ll ts a delightful function for those who attended. The decorations and arrangements were roost artistically carried out and no more popular ,voung men are to be found toda.v in T�thbridgo than those fine sportsman who had the burden of tho evon.n9 OPERA HOUSE TWO NIGHTS. BEGINNINO Friday, Dec� 2l8t Harold Nelson AND Clifford Lane Bruce And an Excellaat Svtpporting Company. FRIDAY The Prisoner of Zenda SATURDAY ^ A Soldier of Fortune PRICES..........1.00 �n4 7Cc Seats on sale at HiginbothamV Drug Store. all over the country. Calgary has .^already slgr.ed three fast men and on their shoultiers. ED. PULLEY For Floe ;. Boot& Shoe Rqiairs Priees Veiy R�MO|MibIo. Located in old W. H.^HorrU trantferofficft. one door soutb of the Army Bamokt. PiMWork  UttUty ;