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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta m I** ;�V i" V. �����^�MiCTIWiiniTil Christmas and New Year, 1907-8 HUDSON'S O. 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 best, 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 Biscuil I box Bon 6ons I lb. Mixed Nuts I tin of Plum Pudding I Bottle Native Port I Bottle H.B.C. 7-year- " 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. Oewar's Scotch I Bottle Pale Brandy I Bottle Claret 3 Bottles Beer Hamper No. 3. $10 i Bottle H.B.C. 7-year-old Ryo 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 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 BRY STORE 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 fit A Great Biy Two miles from town. A Good Half-Section for MRS LONGWORTH IS SICK. Daughter or President Roosevelt Undergoes Operation for Appendicitis. Easy Terms W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Farm Lands iiml 1a Uibriilgi- Properties. Southard block. L-ethbriiltfe, Alia. Phono 122 Washington, Dee. I".-Mr.-;. bong-worth, daughter f President Roosc-vi'lt, was operated upon for appendicitis at tin' White House at ten o'clock today. Her condition was declared to be excellent. Or. Finney of Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, petrformcd the operation, assisted by Dr. Sophie Noploff-Jung of this city. President Roosevelt left his oflice and was at the scene of the operation until it had been completed. On being informed th:it it had been successfully accomplished and that the patient was in no danger, In: returned at once to his oflice and took up his routine work. BAD WRECK | ON MAIN LINE Engineer and Fireman of Passenger Train Killed NEAR PORT ARTHUR JURY HEARS CASE STltl CK NAMK OFF 1,1ST (Western Associated Press.) London, I lor. 17 -The city council last niejil, iit'l,.r u debute, struck, the name of Frank Jones from tli> list of Deputy IM.urnim; olVnvrs lor inun- . i.ipal elect ions. lie lias today enter ed suit for $|0,Uu() against Mayor {.luilil, and one thousand each uc,-urnst the s..\eti aldermen. ,Ion.-s I'm- ' in l.onilon Hriliery cases. The Material for your shed, burn or house initill yon have seen our Ship-lap Finest material on the market tit closest "price" yet Charms the Charmer R. 0. Lipscombe Charged with Intrrfeti g with Train Service i Section Gang Said to be to Biame for the Fatality Port Arthur. IV-c. 17-The Canadian Pacilic l.xpivss east hound .No. '.Hi was ilni'hed u mile West of Angler which is east, of SchricU r ut nine o'cioik .vistenla.v morning, when Wil-1mm Small,, was instantly killed, and 1 In^incer Phillip McCnll-eii. received f.ilal injuries to which I)  sue; uiuU. d m hospital here lasl niejit. The acid-ill is said to have b. en cause I by il,Li reuioMtl of a rail l>y a s.'i'iion eii'ig, proper piecnut ion not lui\ big I, taken by fiiivinan to line; on i.'iiiutUf; train. Kngin.'vr did not n.'tu-f rail until too i'1 lie inline tiii'iioil cotiipl.-ti'ly o\.T, two cars piling ,,M lop, and th>' only th.that pr. i. lil.'d an accident fur 'iiiniv faial was the fuel that llij 'train happened to le in a rock cut ' in,nl' it iin| the o enchuruod with the (ixoeiitioiv of Iho plot. Tito bi)n|\>cI >'|is enptuivd by Seerot Her-vico Airents during tlio cck'hru'tiqn of mass, Ho was dlSRUisiul ns u priost. It is mud ho curried iv bomb of sufficient strotifvth to have wreckod half tbo bu Ulinjj. An effort is being made to compel the victim to reveal the idontity of his accomplice*. | At Supreme Court this iiiorniii(j tIncase of ite.\ vs. It. O. I.ipsioinhe wtis tul-en up is'iore u Jury including d'eo. . JVrry. It. C. .McDowell, It. .). lWildry | \\ . II. Ilorne, A. Houney, ai>vl It. Wickham. I l.i)iscoinl�; is uccuse'l of wilfully oli slructlitK and interrupt .ni? tlv run ( ning of trains on the C P. K. by i Ki'uimcliiitr uiul openine; the wiiv at ' the junction near I*>thbridge. I Stnnley IVan the CP.It. operator |ut .Mi'dicine lint was the lirs-t witness 1 I He deposed that he was on iii^lit du- I ly nt Medicine Mat on Friday, Sept. , 52Mb. last, when a Kroundint.^ of the wire at 1 Talier upon the system in an eruleii- i till' to proM! that the s.rvico was | not 'jieressarily interi-iipl.-d by Iho j Ki'ouiuliiiK ut u wire ami that there I inlulit. have b.i'ii many iitlter ways in | wliiih the interruption ini^lit haw' been caused. Witness admit I'd that , a iViiTiiiii ground wile, defect i\e ba t ' Icrics, n loose key, and several other tliiiiKS iniijlit cause an int-'i'i'iipt ion on the wire in ijtustion. Lipsc.onibe was not supposed to be on duly 'ut night. To .Mr. Cuuyhoare witness stated thnt the trouble had to be west of Taber. Case adjourned until two o'clock. Will-:AT UOKS IT, I (Western Associated Press.) Winnipeg, Pec. 17.-The Uritish for-eilfii crof) iviiorts sunt wheat sourin� today in all American niarkcts. On the loeu.1 oxchunRi the risn was from two to thi'txt cents. Local options: Dec. open l.O.'l, close 1.05J; .Inn. open 1.0I1J, close 1.0(>}; May. open 1.10}, close 1.1!!};'- oats unchanged. ('. It. Williamson and Adam Link htivo l-oon. appoiuteil commissioners for taking afliddvits fur uaturaliia-tion pupera. Christmas Goods Holiday Buying Should be Done Now F.vevy day's delay uieiuis that you mi.>l choose from a smaller si-lection. Don't forget our store when you are ".!!ik'-.ig your holiday purchases. \V\- have hundreds of Christmas it. -iks especially selected for this p i". liar time of the year and es-:� ciull/ for you. I'. Ic �� you personally look over our �ti/ci. you cannot pos-ilily know of th� pnat variety of poods, nor can you ii.'i'ijiiim how beautiful they urc, eituer in value or utlraetivencss. Keep this ;.ii niiud-Viiose who come flist have the best selection. Our stock is very large, but the way we are selling these Christinas articles ihe [selections will not last R. K. WRIGHT Lethbriilge's Greatest Jewelry Store - Phones 165 and lfiO Eyo Specialist iu obargo of Optical Department ;