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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta rrir'fi'?:*' �  WHIP pi Christmas and New Year, 1907-8 HUDSON'S BMV Once more the Holiday Season will soon be here and the Company are better prepared for it than ever with a ful stock of the freshest and purest Groceries. Our Liquor Hampers, as usual, will be of the beat, the renowned "Hudson's Bay Quality." Wishing all our friends and customers "A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year." Hamper No. I, $3.50 I dozen Oranges I lb. Table Raisins 6 lb. Apples I lb. Fancy Mixed Biscuit I box Bon Bon* I lb. Mixed Nuts , I tin of Plum Pudding I Bottle Native Port I Bottle H.B.C. 7-ye�r--"' Rye. Hamper No. 2, $5 I Bottle Port Wine I Bottle H.B.C. 7-year-old Rye I Bottle Sherry Wine I Bottle J. Dewar's Scotch I Bottle Pale Brandy I Bottle Claret 3 Bottles Beer Hamper No. 3, $10 i Bottle H.B.C. 7-year.old Rye I Bottle Pale Brandy I Bottle Pale Sherry I Bottle Old Port I Bottle J. Dewar's Scotch I Bottle Sir J. Powers' Irish I Bottle Blackberry Wine 6 Bottles Lager I box Imperial Cigars (25) One Car of Apples from Ontario Canned Goods / " Evaporated fruits from California Groceries from Winnipeg Liquors " " u These are some of our arrivals just to hand. See us for some of the freshest, brightest and purest groceries in the city HUDSON'S BHY STORE A (ireot Buy Two tniles from town. A Good Half-Section for $9.50 Easy Terms W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Farm Lands nnd Letlibridge Properties. ^ Southard Blocic, Lethbridj^e, Alia. Phone 122 o. 17.-Mrs. Long-worth, daughter of Prosidont, was operated npnn for appendicitis at the Wliite House at ten o'clock today. Her condition was dfi-olared to be excellent. Dr. Finney of Jolina Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, petrformed the operation, a.ssisted by Dr. Sophie J^ordofi-Jung ol this city. President Roosevelt left his office and was at the scene of the operation until it had been completed. On being inforintd that it liad been .suc-ce.safully accomplidlied and that the patient was in no danger, lie returned at. once to his ofiice and took up his routine work. BAD WRECK ON MAIN LINE JURY HEARS CASE Engineer and Fireman of Passenger Train Killed R. 0. Lipscombe Charged with fntcrfeii g with Train Service STIIUCK N.VAll'J OFF LIST NEAR PORT ARTHUR Section Gang Said to- be to Blante for tte Fatality (Western AsHociul-ud I'ross.) London, I>;c. 17.-The city council last ni^ht, afl^jr a (le'.)a'lo, .struck the name of Frank Tonus from Lho of Deputy Itctiiniing on'ic.'i's for nuin-icipai elections, lln lias lofiay enter ed suit fill- SlO.OuO a|j;aiiiKl Mnyor .Jufld, and one thousand each against the s-.'ven aldoriiien. Joivs figured in Loudon l.iriljery Charms the r.^armer Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in stock. I iiogers-Cunning ham Lumber Co.. Ltd. I UIMili|8, Tater^ Stirlinj, Baponil, Magratli, Goierlilie For the fair we have the fairest or-nainehts ever made in Gold and Silver .jewelry-article.s that will charm the fairest charmer. Presents for her that will make her think tenderly of the giver long after the present lins been bestowed. We have, in Fort Artliiir, Dec. 17.-The Canod-iau I'acillc l';.\|iress east bound No. wa.s dJK'.lied a mile wc-st of .Vnglor {which is east of SchriefjO'r at nine jo'clock yestcnliiy morning, when Wil-Jinia Small, (ifcinan, was instantly killed, and l:ln>licc rail vmtil too Uvto. '1 lie cnniiio Luniorl completely oyer, two cars Jiiling on top, and the only Ihing that pre\>'nied an accident far nioi-e fatal was the fact that tho train hapiiflied to be in a rock cut which niadi) it impossilile for the cars hehind to leave the track batl. Small was twciuy years old. and lived at SchrieliiT. AlcCallou was forty eight and also li\e.s at SohriL-er, whciv he has a wile and two children. ANARCHISTS AT WORK Narrow Escape for King of Portogal and RoyjJ Femiiy (Wcs-tern Associated Press.) fJsbon, Dpr. 17.-That King Carlos, the Hoyal Family nnci'ore a jury including Gvo. Perry, I{. G. McDowell, 1{. .J.lWildry W. If. I-Iorne, A. Uouney, and R. Wickham. Lipscomlie is accused of wilfully ob-structiirg and interrupting the running of trains on the C. I^. K. by i grounding and opening' the wiit-- at tho junction near, Jjcthbridge. Stanley IX-un the C.P.R. operator at Medicine ilat was the nrs-t witness ; He depo.sed that he was on night rUi-i ty nt Mj.-dicinc Ifat on Friday, So|it. 2 7th la.Ht, when a disturbance took place on the win^s between 1..30 and 3 o'clock. As soon as tho wire was closed again he tested the wire to find tho bro'ak. By coninnniicat ing with Lcthbritlge station he judged that the difficulty- was at the junction. To Mr. Ifarris vitnes-s admittx?d that tho break might have occurixjd at Coaldalo as well as at fjethbridge .Junction. Jt wa.s easy to rei\d the messages the accused sent as an operator. The grounding of the wire at Tabor -would not interfere wj'th trains on tho Crnnbrook division. C'oun.s.;l dwelt a groat deal upon the elToct of ths grounding of tho wire at Talxu' upon the .sy.stem in an endeavor to pro\Te that the service' was not Wies.'sai-ily interrupted by the grounding of a wire and that there might have been many other ways in which the interrilption might have been caused. Witness admitted that a defective ground wire,, dofective bat terios, a loose key, anil several other things might cause an inUuruption on the wire in question. Lipscombe was not suppostid to bo on duty 'at night. To Jfr. Conyhonre witness stated that tho trouble had to bo west of Taber. adjourned until two o'clock. wHii^AT aoias UP. 30 Silver Plat-d*'"''"'^ through examination of W J. /Armstrong (Western Associated Press.) Winnipeg, Doc. 17.-Tlio Ilritish foreign crop reports mjut wheat .soaring today in all American markets. On tho lnca,l oxclianga thy rise was from two to threo cents. Local options; Doc. open 1.03, close 1.05J; .Jan. open l.oaj, close l.OBJ; Sfny, open I.IOJ, close l:tiJ};' oats unchangctl. JEWELER ENrtRAVEB OPTICIAN Agent f6r BELL PIANOS Hit*' y" susjxiot vji.s captured by Socrot Scr-vico Agent.s during the celebration of mass. lie wnH disguised as n priest. ' D. is said ho carried a bomb of suf- ; ficient �trcnR>th to have wrecked half C. 11. Willianison and Adam Link the bu lUing. An effort in bcinn hnvo locn - appointed commissioners nutdo to com|>cl ihe victim i.o reveal for iakinf; aflid'avits (or na