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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta $ to Just a Pew More do your Christmas Shopping Below wo give a few prices on scnsonablti merchandise ttiat should Appeal canto hero from North Dakota, and pur -chased Inwl neiir thi Sllwr fnrui, has coimnnnewl I ho const ruet Imi of a roMilntico adjoining ('. tannnrd's on Westminster rortd. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. W,. Oreonway ui-tertained several wosternars at dinner In Ottawa Inst � soon hero States. 1'. I.. Nn (smith w'a'i present at a nvx'tl�(r in Ferniv last week at which the Western Coal SHaos Association was formed. Most of thu mines iu Alberta nnd Eastern Brit-I Ish Columbia were represented. K,�n's Willi haw California Celorv nnd fresh bulk Oyster* for Christmas 1 i i Tho I ".pu or til Ijpuruo of Wesley 1  Church at Its meeting last night do- j elded to changi; the meeting night to Monday night. It was also decided I to establish a junior league to meet Ion Fridn>s at 4.1 A in the afternoon :Mrs. W. .loivl.m v ill he superinten - dun!. Mi. Al>\. I'. Murray, lately .-m-.ployed in Leslie's furnltur? store' ' Winr.iprg. has accepted � porfit.ion �s j salesman in the furniture department inf Messrs. Ilrodle nnd Stafford. Mr. ,t Christmas Message | -..... _-__* To the Ladies and Gentlemen of 1 Lethbridge and District: | You are at a trouble to decide upon suitable holiday gifts. I believe I can help you out by mentioning some of the appro. A> priate goods 1 have in stock. Look over this list, nud come in % aud inspect our choice slock. Leather Goods- Hand Bags, Ladiet* Purses, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Calling Card Cases, Gentlemen's Letter and Money Wallets. Smokers' Sets, Ink Wells, Letter Racks. Fancy Shaving Mugs. Gillett's Safety Razors, Perfumes, Christmas Globe, Christmas Cards, Faney Calendars. Yourb respectfully. J. J. JOHNSTON. j W. C. Ives was in Caljrnry on Men I day. .las. Koyej, Ims gone east on .' holida.n trip. Horn on tioc. 1 Utli to the nifo W. locate hero. Th I Murray is hert; now family next wevk. aild expects his .fud>{u Stunri has reserved jud(p>-1 A j nii nt ir. the action of Kiiauf ujrnJnst 'Ott. Knaufi did nomo work lor Ott of In his hnrtwr shop. Ott maintain lug ;that the work wus poorly done nnd I wan not according to contract. The jixlKe rfinnrk.vl that according to the evidence he was incline to the this 'defendant's view. Miss llaivty of Lethl�rir ,, wilt l,e npenvtf next w�k. cj[> wf|, ^ phwt of honor ftl A. .1. Whitn-y on:! Mrs. Whitney !an enjoyable, tea. given hy Mifis jt ...^ ___. y.-,.. ____ _ .....:. . . V......-__ . . . �>I ^ .. __ r�\UI.. .Jt------ >?soa on Thursday .ifternoon. Th? rAtopa>vrs �>t Stafford villatfe cluetiid Charles IVaeock ns ovcrxeer. (Mrs. Hugh RoVson afislMod in receiv-: inj; and Mrs. It. Percy l*wls. of Iv.i-. . 'monton. presklod In tHj I'm room.- T Tho ii.mv council will hold its fust Winnpejj Town Topics. y | tix�t�ns tiu.- first llomlay in dan �� uary. Santa Loads Up Here! Don't buy the tMiristtu.is gifts for your wife or your husbnml, your chililrt.-ii, your sweethcHrl or friend, until you in�jiect the Iupkk t�i�l vnr. �toi�, Wind up toys, Dishes, Dolls, Tools, Furniture, Cosh boxes nnd banks, Kitchens, Stoves, Drawing Slates, Priuting blocks, do  coils, Stuffed animals,, Doll's swings, Pianos, Boats, Balls, Gaines, Horns, Drains, Trains Blackboards, Carriages, Doll's cradles and beds, Dean's ni� books. Wringers. Parlor foot', ball ai.d Tumbelin. Practical and Sensible Christmas Gifts FOR mE MEN-Gillette Safety Razor COO, Carbo-Mognetic;| Raaor 8-.60, Pocket Knives that will hold att edge, from 60c to 2.00, Tools of all kinds, Guns, Revolvers, etc. FOR THE LADIES-Scissors, Fine Table Cutlery, Bissell Carpet Sweepers, Skates, or a number of useful kitchen articles^ FOR THE BOYS-Skates, Knives. Small Riflos, Good Tools. FOR EVERYBODY-The Iwst assortment of FURNITURE'! vor s hown in Lethbridge. BRODIE & STAFFORD " Don't fail to see our Framed Pictures." l.YCKfM (OfllSlv Itoiti the Ileruld advorti��u> winter in , cxecutixo oi the I.>ceuin as g Ontario. Tlw loral club has lositod thu cur- j socio*ion rogret to announce tluvt the f| ., , , ,,. . , , . , of MeilleitM Hat, Maelco�l ar.d ^1 Mis. J. A. Slade is doing r.l el i duty on the nursing stall of ths Halt (Hospital for a fs*w weeks. Christmas Gifts in Cattery nuike must useful presents. (>ur stock of these goods con-lain many articles that will be thoroughly appreciated by ladies, gentlemen �nd children. They rnugefroui razors and razor sels, pocket knives, scinsors mid numerous handy iit-tielcs, many of which are put up in handsome cases, making a gift that is not only n thinuof lienuty, but one of very praetienl utility. C. W. GREY . THE HARDWAHL M-EHOIIANT i TELEPHONE 66 I �f A LOCAL BUDGET. �� hotn.- at I.iims - l.-n. Sa.sk. (!co HarroutT left on Tuesday flight on �n extended visit t.> Montreal and other i-astcrn points (' (!. K. X.iurse will oi.ler a rink of linkers for tlv boiiipiid. Tnil Itor.n-y Will likely skip a hotel rink. "Mrs. C !'. 1' t'onyliearv hu� U>eii furiously ill for the past week. Her condition is boinewhat improve*) to-dny. Herald In conversation with th.i yesterday. A ^at his sale xi .!. 1 till hus three swell holl -day windov s. They look f.xcooding-iy well ond show the fine lot of goods jiff weli If you wat.t to siv a nicely arranged grocery window, take a look ut the Itentley I'o.'h. It U filled wilh ('hri.slmns delicacies. r y. Harris, tlu> well known Mue-I.'chI lawyer, is going io practico law heiv. He will occupy Ur. Tuller's office for the present. I'ostmaster 'Higinbolham says th. C'luisinvas postal business this your is plienonuMiully larg'. The stAlT has been rushed nil \>-ek. K. Kwing will *>e in charge of the Whitney livery business during tho three months absence of Mr. ami Mrs. Whitney in the east. That's a pretty display of good things nt Sherlock and Freeman's. , Almost makes you feel like jumping (Calgary to participate, to �. )>onro on Thursday, Friday and 8era house here on I*cc. 2-1 und O. I�. Austin has Ittkrn the resi -done? of I�r. Campbell awl will oc -cupy it during Urn. Campbell's absence in tho Kast. Cbns. Mair h,is returned from nn extended vi�lt to Ontario, during i which lie visited his old home in Ijan ark County. second number of the course has been cancelled ('his. P. Kelloffg. th; bird nun on .Ian. Ofilh. K nr IDcQueen� Co REAL ESTATE Residential lots from $55 up to $100. These are well located, and on easy terms. T VIdXH-W'111TXi:\� Nl'PTI Al.S. Southard informed us 'through the window to gvt. at them, had lieon a ileci.Us! suc- Yuen Sing, tho Chinese gaixlener. disposed of his twenty-livu acres of Horner and llntih nson are having land Jum oirtsido Uw city HnifitH this tli ir block (brifibtened up with anew jweok ,-i.at of l-amt Win Slutw is artist i for gS.OOO. It is iinderstpula.r j .1. Moe and fuiuily loit for Crat.- ; Three compunies nro now on the | brook on Tuesday n!ght. Mr. Oakley  road and ahe m.inagcnnnt is mci�tin0' is acting us agimt until a successor with so much .succ.*� that th�y aiv I to Mr. Moe is unpointed. ; able .to add uioro .arts to each sliow. t Mrs. U. A Macdoncll of l->lhbridgo ^lk^ lh'* l�ri'.ro.an.v long-r and , Alt.i.. is sjK-nding ' Ce Tomatoes lor Christinas u'nii ^ �roin U-thbri-.tg.-. Al- ,Urrt� to I'akowkl. and thence on to' W. Church of Lumsden. Sask., u l|ftrlncv ManitoUl> ,llK.n.. to conn** the guest of hie .laughter. Mrs. C.N . i w|th ^ (> N (( T|w prftksv. Mr. ffordon ofllelaling. The hous.' was prettily decorate I for tin-occasion The bride 'wore u lovely go� u of whit^ silk liulh' ov.-r white, taffeta with the customary veil and orange Ii1om.oius. After the eer,-niory th? guests sat down to a sumptuous widding breakfast. The bride was the recipient ol a 'larBe number of l*nutiful gliis. The happy couple left on the 1 U� tTttin amid Bhowsrs of rice nnd good wishes, for a six wtvks trip to Toronto. Montreal and New York, the bride travelling In n la'iloi-made suit of grey plaid broadcloth with grey hat A two weeks May will l>e made at Madoc, Out , where the �loctor's parents rrsid�v 1 O-roomtHJilwellini;, 8700-S:WM) oosh. bal. monthly ixnymenj^ B 1 ti-rootned dwelling.................................IV00 jg 1 S.roomwl rlwollinw. modern, with stnbling. to rent D�H'/l8t. (2 - f 1 Fire and Life Insurance  Live Stock and Indemnity Insurance insures against $ all diseases or accidents in Cattle or Horses. Mr. McQuestion. the I'reiibyterian student who has been on tho Hum-doff mission this year vent through tlu> city on Monday on his way to uttei.d Knox Collegv. Toronto. Marie .tones appeared Iwfore dun -liw Humphries on Wednesday morn-ing on two charges of selling liquor without Ilcvose. Bhe was finwl $100 on one charge and $50 on tho other. and at amall cost. CALGAKV CLAKKSIIOLM iDMONTON HIGH KIVXK INMbKAIL 4 C G BRANCHES IN ALBERTA NANTON 8TAVELV nyCHER CHEEK STRATHCONA fONOKA VEOMViUB REI> DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN LEAVINGS LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT LETHBRIDGE BRANCH K NOURSE,   yAWAOEE Mr. Mills deserves praise, for the lioautlful window ho has arranged ut A. riouthtted's. Along with tho fine j display of goods thero 'is an abun -dancu of that most appropriate; Christinas decoration, holly. fl. II. Oreti and wifo arriwd in ,thc ciiiy thin w>e�k from Orotw. South Dakota. Mr. Oren is an aye special- , 1st and jeweller and has taken over It. A. Wright's Optical department. This is good news to Lothhridgu to havo an eye socialist and pcopla from outsid� towns as well as *hls city vill not have to go east to have their �yes treated. L. Kcd who has built up u big j liusiuess sinw In located here u Tow i tnonthR ugo, in preparing to move from his prefirnt quarters on Kord Slrc�t to the new Oliver block, th' is giving tho putlic a splnidid op -portuoity to pick up some dandy bargnina he starts u big rwivoval and Chriatmus sale tomorrow. Ktvl is already noted for soiling good goods at a close margin. Ho carries j an AI stock as a visit to his store j on Ford Ht. will convince. Road the ' bargains he offers In his full pogv! ad in this issue, and then pay Mm u j visit. His store is uovt to thu Cre Christmas ^ Cakes l-icave your onler wilh The Model Bakery Early Shoppers Secure the best articles for Gifts. G. H. Johnston invites inspection of Fur Muffs, Collarettes, Boas, etc. Fancy Collars, Kimonas, Dressing Gowns, Piano Drapes. G. H. Johnston. r'niit CMp from (15c. to AO. n lb. XOTICF- Special for Christmas-Fancy Cakes ami Pastry, Mince Pies, etc. NOTICE ia hcrwby giveu that thc closwl for two days ; Doc. 'Jfith and 3Ath. v K. C. HAINES. Agent. W. fl SCHWEITZER Phone No. 181. At l IJIKNT WAS I AIM. Win. .Murray, a member of th" C. VAX.' bridge crew at St. Mary's >u.-i with an accid.nt oi. Monday which caused his deatn. Along wilh a fel-law eiuployno bu was ndinn on u hand'cur wb�ii a fi\*lglil train, ltoie in sight. Tho men tried to get the car off tho track but hau not sue -coodbd when the froight struck it and hurled Murray to tho ground. It was found oiui of his legs was badly fractured'and 'ho was brought to tlw hospital liere. It was discoverodthai his inJui'loH wore of a mora painful chaructor than had been anticipated. Murray gradually grow worse and died on Tuesday. He was buried this afternoon, Ovoid timers attending in a liody. Mini wild. POWKtl. I-Iver.v luiy a Mini Has the Chance in l'ru\c Ilis Stivn^ih of Purposu Wli.n a man enters a store he knows what ho wur.tt-, nud !f hu i.;m I hat (piii-t strength of purpose, he gejs what ho wants. if a man goes into a store to get a pair of shoes or a Semi-Ready tailored suit ha proves his vitl power when ho insists, like the man from Missouri, on the "Show, me" policy. Make tho clerk show tho label and price en tha garment or article,. Scmit-Kondy tailoring would not havo its reputation for goodness if it Ivad not ' .-en e;irne