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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME t XMAS. AND NEW YEAR, 1905-6 NCE morn the Holiday Season will booh bo here, and the Company am better pr ^mrud for it than over with full slock of the freshest and purest Groceries. Our Liquor Hampers, as usual, will bo of the best, the renowned "Hudson's liny Quality." Wishing all our friends and customers "A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR." hampj2u no. I-$3 00 1 doz. Grunts fi lb. Apples. 1 lb. Table Raisins 1 bos Bon lions 1 lb. Mixed. Nuts 1 lb. Fancy Mixed Biscuits J tin of Plum Pudding 1 bottle Native Port 1 bottle H. B. C. 7-year-old Rye. HAMPER NO. 2-$5 00 1 bottle Port Wine 1 bottle Sherry Wine* 1 bottle IT. B. C. 7-year-old Rye 1 bottle Pale Brandy 1 bottle Rum 1 bottle .1. Dvwur's Scotch 3 bottles Beer iiamplr no. $10 oo 1 bottle IT. B. C. 7-yenr-old Rye 1 bottle Pole Brandy 1 bottle Pnlo Sherry 1 bottle Old Port 1 bottle ./. Dewar's Scotch 1 V/ottle Sir J. Powers' Irish I) Utiles Lager 1 bottle Rum 1 bottle Blackberry Wine 1 boxlmperinl Cigars, (25) HUDSON 9 BAY CO a TRUTH Advertising The best Ad Pleased Customer This from us. where no goods minute offer compelled to deal with. He also laid stress on the advantages that would accrue to the town, when the divisional quarters of the C. P. R. were established here. The council gave permission to the CP. R. to lay poles to their down-town office. The hospital authorities will be asked to accept Sandquist patients on the same conditions as town patients. The C. P, R. will pay for the r and water connections from the corner of Glynn and Baroness streets to the depot. The fire, water and light committee will deal with an account of the Bell Telephone Co. for the mnintuinance of a switch to sound alarms in tin* firemen's homes. The chairman if this committee was instructed to arrange for horses for the hose wagon. The new arc lights will be located n.s follow^: Op .Round street a* the intersection of iiaroness, vonU Red path and Duil'erin; on Baroness at the intersection of Glynn, Smith ami the Mncleod road; on Red path, at the intersection of Crabb and Glynn, and at the cc rner of Ford and Smith. The following accounts were passed subject to approval by the chairman of the committees: Chas. I Penalty for Selling BoOZC Rnley, $7S; Mrs. Long, $2*>; Enter- 1 * prise Lumber Co., $2!)U.!>5; Electric Co., $221.80 and Sol.15, and various small accounts. He Eloped With Mitchell, the man who wrote the worthless checks, and ALss Burrows, the infatuated young lady who eloped with hinif ha vi* at last, come to a halt with about enough adventure and romance mixed up in their premature honeymoon to last them the rest of their l�ves. In our last issue we reported flint Mitchell and Miss Burner, were registered as man and v'iV a', i. Macleod hotel, after having c!o|aj The pair were brought bink lo L. bridge Friday uiicht liua from Cowley by the mounted )h.liee. Mitchell was brought before Magistrates Begin and Humphries nn Saturday on three char^csiif ob^Mii-ing goods under false pretenrvs. The charges were preterm! by W, Henderson, Dr. Crngg and Joe Fong, respectively. Mitchell took his position pretty hard and broke down and wept. He was .sentenced to three months* imprisonment in the barracks on each charge, the sentences to run concurrently. Miss Burrows is a young girl of about seventeen and after the trying oxperienies she. had gone tlirough was so agitated that sh told tuft magistrates that sdie Mitchell had been married on train between Lcthhridge Macleod, but that she did know who the preacher was, that she had lost the license.. Ho we ve r, e very thing wa a set right about noon on Monday, when Rev. Hughson married the couple in the court house at the barracks in the presence of the girl's parents and the magistrates. The Sensation of Lethbridge town. thi: is the manner in which our gigantic clearing sale is spoken bv the people And such it is without mistake. People have come for dozens of mil of this en to attend ises. and the and not and - - - |  * - v,vn�w viwnv, urs yji Jill tU III this great affair and have gone home more than pleased with their trip and purch What stronger evidence or what greater arguments can we cite than these ? . ' In conjunction with our gigantic reduction aale we herewith present a few sugges-ions in the way of sensible, seasonable and inexpensive Christmas gifts. Come in to-lay, or tomorrow, or any day before Christmas, (the earlier the bettor) and see out .....-.. ~i*-----r--i ---- __ i / grand display of useful presents. POST OFFICE ROBBERY The Taber Post Office Broken Into on Monday Night. A social news message reached the Herald today of a bold rob 1 wry that look place at Tab** early Tuesday morning. The posiofHu was broken into by crooks and the place looted of all it contained in the way of stamps, money and The extent ot the loss is iiol known at the present time, but the case is being worked up by the mounted police othcials. 44 Give him a Tie and you will please him mightily especially if it be a "SOUTHARD" ,!Ve ,mVe ttn e)e�anfc n,Tfly of Bows, A .scots, English Squares, lJuff\ Knots-beautifully made of the finest ImpofM Silks, in nil the swellcst combinations. Prices 25c, 35, 50, 75, 1.00,1 25 SI.50 and 82 00. Oar Elegant Hdkfs. make Christmas Gifts All the prettiest effects for men and boys. Pure linen and �ilkt some with initials 25c. 40, 50, 00, 75 and SI.00. "�-J 1 u l J -J SELLING INDIAN LIQUOR Swell Holiday Suspenders Only the neatest patterns and at the lowest ST off, ^lfsSrsnn ?'irso;a JJJX Red Man. PINCHER CREEK MURDER Man Taken From Train at the Hat Victim of Knock-out Drops. On Friday last Harry Bishop was brought before Suneriiitendent Begin and InsjM'etor Beleher charged with selling liquor to Indiann. He was found guilty and sentenced to six months' imprisonment in the barracks here. What could be more appropriate than some fancy hosiery ? We have many styles and only at the lowest prices. Special Notice.. This will be the Bunner Week of our Bijj Clearing Sale, and vou are blind to your own interest if you don't get some of the bargains. its just, like handing you money, and no one "KICKING" except our competitors 3V l ir-^ s1 w A r t Petty Cases in Court. Chief Justice Meredith, of Toronto, is opposed to the bringing of small cases to the Supremo Court, rcimrit^rt^lepntundingll,, it is �� �|J;�f�J vist at TWina thing and aliiu.st a scviiidttl to br >iBl at UcKina, fcj invnlviiig 2ot) nto high Medicine Hat, Dec. 15.-Tho coroner's jury in connection with the death of Win, Behnke of Pineher Creek, who died in the General hospital Nov. 18th, heard Dr. Smyth, the coroner, read a roijort today from government analyist conveying tin* startling information that chloral hydrate, a deadly poison, had been found inconsiderable quantities in the stomach eon-tents and urine of the dead man. The station master who nut him on the train, and the boarding house proprietor, Bematz, gave evidence but threw no light. This poison is commonly known as knock-out drops. When Behnke reached the hospital he curried the same amount of money as when he left home, Sl,!ttK). Investigation adjourned for more information. i _ j l - S up SUGAR FACTORY CLOSED DOWN court, and spend over $100 in doing so. He says that the supreme court is not" intended for these little cases. At the last session of the supreme Court held in Macleixl, we heard the remark made that the time of the court was being taken with frivolous eases which should never have been brought into court. We were in attendonee it the court a part of tho time and could see oursebes there was much truth in the cuutentioti made. What Judge Harvey thought we cannot say but judging from the bored expression on his face he also was of tin* same opinion as the general public. Macleod Advance. KEAN FOR----- A EASTON & CO. I * ^�^L'^ te GO TO Harness and Saddles, Trunks and Valisus, Kc bes and Blankets, WH7PS, SPURS. BITS, ETC., ETC. Onlm-d Wprk a Specialty. II VV OATS AND WHEAT FOR SALE HA ADDRESS BOX 201, LETHB1UDUE Social Function ? DR. C. C CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON DR. P TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Qftlce .Ov*r W*U*0XIW> Druu S^ore OfMce-Over Ott'. !B.rbw Shop cessful Season. Mr. Williams, superintendent of the IxHit sugar factory at liaymoud was a caller at the Herald induce yesterday. He says that tho factory there has practically closed down, only repair work now going on. The company has had a very successful season, everything considered. The fall frosts were more severe this year than for any year within the recollection of the "oldest inhabitant," and -did a I little damage to the beets. But, ' withal, Ihe season just eloped has j been a very satisfactory one to the i promoters of Southern Alberta's ! great industry. Over 18,000 tons_____ of beets were handled, ami these I lent program of songs produced 4t(KH00Q pounds of | al music, etc., was then rendered, Mr. Williams has every I prolonging th - 1 - " hour High Class Confectionery Pry soiiii- t)f our Cilmv Fruit Nut Caiuly. Malaya Gniix'8. l'i'arn, Oranyt'B and Snow AppU-s A VAKIKTY OF Choice Apples I3V TJIK BOX J. W. Kean & Co he Canadian Bank Commerce HEAD OFFICE, TOHONTO $10,000,000 $4,500,000 HON GKO. A. COX. I're*|.tent H K. WAUCEU. Obu'1 Manjtfrr ALEX. I.AIKD, A�.-i. G.n't Manager B. BOWMAN Madame Hegin gave a very en-jt>yable euchre |�iriy ton number of her young friends on Wednesday evening last, in honor of her guest, Miss Uigot, of Nelson. At the conclusion of play Miss Adda1 Helcher secured iirst honors for pPQl TTct��t"P nriil the ladies; Mis^Agnew taking the)-CVCai ^=>UllC 4UU *'lone hand" prize, while for the geutlonuMi M r. Alliert Ives tied with Mr. K. Vrooman for first place-Mr. \roomau eventually winniug on the cut. Mr. Clancy was the recipient of the second i ^ ^ prize. The dainty supper follow- \ OFFlClv. ing was not the leust delightful feature of the evening. An excel-' instrument* Insurance Agent MONEY TO LOAN Marriage Licenses Issued FIKK HAM, ADD'X OITi BRANCHES IX canada AND T1IK I'XlTlil) STATES A general BankinR Bnsiness transacted. Acc�uts may be opened and conducted by mail with all branches of this Bank. SAVINGS HANK DKPAKTM EXT. Deposits of $1 and upwards received, and interest allowed at current rates. Interest added tu the deposit twice in each year, at the end of May and November. The depositor is gubjett to no delay whatever in the withdrawal of whole or any portiou of (he deposit, Lethbridge, (Alta.,) Branch C. G. K. NOCTRSE, MANAGER � 3 1 / � ! If your're on the I la vi sugar PHONE Houm-10:30 to"t3:�u"i>oon; 3:bo to 5:00 confidence in the section down of tho Otfice 125 p. m ; 7:00 u� 8:30 p m House 94 | Office Night Dell and Telephone i there and the prospects I country iu geueral,  ing finally dispersing about hulf past one home manufacture. \\\ W- and something/' u *'Lethbridge od Binoke, and it's 5t� Central Boot & Shoe Store IIENSON. PItOP. Lethbridge. Alta. Tames a cdonal 1 J VKC1UTECT Southard Block, Kedpi\th Street LETHBRIDGB, ALTA. r "h" ;