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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Christmas and New Years 19067 The Holiday Season ia fast and the Company aie better prepared for it than ever with a full stock of the freabeit and purert Oar Liquor as will be of the the renowned ing all our friends and customers A Merry Chriitmas and a Happy New HAMPER W WE KRE Orftaget 6 Applet I Biscuits I Miied Nuts I tin Plum Pudding I bottle Native Port I bottle B 7yearold Rye HAMPER I bottle 7yearold Rye I bottle Sherry Wine I bottle Dewars Scotch I bottle Brandy I bottle Rum I bottle Native Port 3 bottles Beer Just in Time to Display our Fine Stock of Holiday After many delays we are at last located ia aew building which we feel we have every reason to claim is the from the standpoint of appearance and in Western A visit to the hew store will convince you that we have every modern facility for handling a large and growing HAMPER I bottle Rye I bottle Pale Brandy I bottle Pale Sherry I bottle Old Port I bottle Run I bottle Dewars Scotch I bottle Burkes Irish I bottle Blackberry Wine 6 bottles Lager I box Imperial Cigars 25 ON THE GROUND seven distinct departments in this order from the north eide 1 Dry 2 Gents 3 Beady to Wear Cloth 4 5 Boots and 6 7 Biscuits and Confectionery ON THE SECOND FLOOR there four deparments 1 2 Carpets and 8 Ladies Ready to Wear 4 Those who have watched the laying intcupositbn of the heavy steel framework have an idea of the strength ai d absolute safety of the as indicated by tlie large steel suppdrls thiough On the main floor ibe large plate glass with lights throw the strongest light possible upon ihegccds in where it is easy to match the most shades and to examine the different qualities and There is not a depart ment in the store thats afraid of more light we can throw upon the goods the plainer will become fact that for quality and value they are AN Anyone wishing an Investment will be greatly interested n a secton oi that I have for sale in the Clareshohn This is Al land and well lo cated with a coal mine within amile of can be boughc for acre wifh the low figure of 500 cash down and the ance payable in five equal pn nual instalnacnts at 7 per paynxnt due ONE YEAR from CAN SELL BEFOKK THEN AT A PROFIT OF SI PER HAVING HAD BUT IN ESTED AND MAKING A PROFIT OF YOIJ lioNT THINK IT CAN BF DONE EHJ WELL I BtOAUSG WHieSl ARK NO BETTER LOCATED OF BE L TER SOIL OK SURFAOK HAVE SOLD FOR PER GOSSIP OF GROWING TABER FROM THE HERALDS REGULAR REPORTER I A LOCAL Tha Hudson Bay are occupying their new Wanted at asaleslady Ap Carroll visited Lethbridge on iaturday last on Y who has lately op ened a general store soki out farm aod city property at Ray mond a few days Westlake have receiv j frnm the Service of Thcnnomcters and Rain on condition they make daily record of the weather for the Dcmtnion I understand that they have accepted the and that the nacessary appani will he forwarded tothem at an ear ly This will be pf great ad vantageto all landseekers ami any who arc anxious to inquire into the clinxitic conditions of Depew CJH Veale have ob tained the contract to buik Charl ton new They commence work on the same at once A big wrestling match between Thomas Parkinson of ChivsJenson of Cardston is to take place on Tuesday night for a Police Gazette rules are to and will be catchas and the best vwo out of three pin falls vill Of course we are to a local ply Bay Mayor V tonis of The will 35 cars f but the weather was too Void slock for the Knight Sugar east Miners Tthbridge is entertaining this week tha delegates to the annual convention of listrfct Unit ed Mine Workers of The in i he Sherman or the masons to They ne waiting for tho first ejil estate sales on Hough Street lave been very good this at least three lota were out through by one They also tha lot immediately west of tha fur niture for the Harry lientley was il cand idate for Mayor of He was eleven Wonted a grocery Apply Hudson A ovners intend erecting a store on it j a very short Pierson is erecting a house for himself on Hough east of his livery ALBERTA WHEAT AND Oatmed to be the Best in the Entire I Veterinary Dentist should notify me at as after the 13th I shall be away for two Perry Big Bow rancher it in the Perry will slay here for the occupying thair property at She is not in the very est of Cunningham had a visit thia week from his Cun formerly cashier For the He is now with in the At the session of the grain com mission in George the government inspector that no less than 85 per of the oats which were grown in Alberta would CENTRAL average over 43 pounds to the meetings are being held Labor The delegates attendance John Bellevue Harry CoJemah Femieir Lundbreck Frank Hi Canmore 1eter A and of the union from and John represents This convention is of public im as present mining Cos tracts expire in the and tht w rules and amcndnzcntg will te drafted The convention will be for the most part open to the but at times H will be closed in executive from uhich the public of course will be The local union gave notice of strike and the coal irom the mine was put on the fair Peel of Peet and has been in city most of the He has signal a con He had had seventeen years exper ience in tho inspection department at Winnipeg and he thought that the oats which were grown in Alberta tract with the Electric to were superior to anything whith 1500 feet for He will or Saskatchewan coudj work as soon as the machinery START WORK AT Medicine Bat The big irrigation schunvr of McGregor has been brought to Ah3 Cold Feet Cause all kinds of consequently large doc We have r sure t consequently a money Cur Worm Shoes OVERSHOES CHILDRENS FELT MENS FELT SLIPPBRg LADIES AND MENS FLEECE LINED SLIPPERS WOMENS AND CHILDRENS SLIPPERS The Most Complete Stock in TOWTU FRED GOW Successor to the late Henson A meeting of the ratepayers of A separate grade should te rives ami he thinks ho can sink a given to oats such as were produced 1500 foot well in 00 DEALER IN Alberta Lands and J Room Southard Block Phone ALT MAY MOB the village is to be on Thurs day night to discuss tha flection of all look forward to this meeting with great and sincerely trust that a satisfac tory solution will be the outcome of this John Kent was ia Lethbridge cm Saturday Stewart of the Reliance minc paid visit to Calgary on Sunday last The new depot is now open and is a great credit to the We are oniy waiting now for the to build us some commodious freight sheds ami remove the old depot when we shall be one of the equipped towns on the Tho Canada West Coal and Coke have commenced work on the Electric Light also en thoir new steel Reginald Stewart of Calgary is registered at the Union Next Sunday is the first anniver in Alberta Oats which weighed 43t The well will be bored on be street east of the central ivls lumbor for the building will be He 1 ouiht They will use ten rneh work A to be installed to pump water to n large for alargo of limd en south side 01 the The north side is to be classy in the same grade as which weighed only 38 could distinguish Alberta oats from and possibly twelve inch casing cxUirJtng from Manitoba oftts or from tfw oatswhich Otey stnrt to Pect vrho were the product of has bom boring for gas and oil lor because of their supeilor hi expects to find and also because they were jof a at 700 ter color than thzoats of the other of inform ed the Boarrf of Trada lust niht was m the city to a site for the new Ellison Flour lie hoped to have the mill in on by WESLEY METHODIST CHUKCHk Elner the manager of the CalgarjIliscuit Factory sworo that the Hour which was mado from I Engineers Here miles distant to the Stair ranch about four miles of Me The south is to be irrigated almost to the A mil hion dollars most of which Is Eng lish capital will be CmiRCH of a night discuS9Wf Them s a possihility that sary of tha opcnng of the Presbyter tto popular and obliging Rumor has it that be removed to are to have an oM friend back when asVexl preach appropriate tlie not or ItIs to hopj will take place in JtaTwill 9Uy Ss following owe of tte at vc to A concert and social evening church on the Work fo bejrun on the Southern Alberta V heat was superior I tors from Wooclmn to any other Hour for the purpose of mAkinS sorla It gave lct 1 results thnn the flour from fvan which he had used the DAILY TRAIN English Church have relate Dry Farming The n2w directors of the Agricul tural Soccty are tnrleavoring to secure a visit from founder of the Campbell t4iy authority on dry ftxrrniing in xs to be in Great Falls this It is also intended have a fanners the purpose ing to get the farmers together ami publislwxl in another It was dacidotl to committoa of President Mayor Rylaikls and Aid Cunn ngham to deal withifo letters and ascertain what rtwould S be nccrssnrj for Lethbrtdgc to raise in order to have the traffic bridpe The Great Tribune says a daily train service s to be put cr between Great Falls and CATE1OLIC Sunday Cow high Father Sunday services at Sunday School and Uiblc Class at I iraycr Bpwonh WILL ADOPT TELEGRAPHOXK Will Supplement Teegraplik Service With Telephone Canadian t fc A Today a party of engineers headed w v railway has dscrded adopt McNabb of Winnipeg reached lhe a ncw invention 1iy and U ChoraM wi I i VL f r AUGUSllNES Rev David Asc at Sunday School at Evensong at Celebration of Holy Sunday in the 8 KXOX Rev Suwlay Services at Suirday School al raT Prayer Meeting every evening at They will do work ion with the new bridge and tMl es Gaits house nt the river which telegraph wires be used for telephonic purpose withHit disturbing Instruments will first be used on north shore and if found cossful will probably be extended ov er the whole 3rd Sunday after Othej 8un at Matins and Evensoug al MARYS School at BAPTIST Services all M Sumlay School at Prayer meeting TVednesdfcy tf at Sewing Circle Wednesday at Frtdayi in ADVERTISE ISTKIT HERALD ;