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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Below wo give a few priros on seasonable merchandise Miit ihoatd appeal to every 6conomical buyer. The reductions are Rreat when you consider the low prices our goods are niarke \\. C. Ivcs was in Calgnry an Alcn-da.v. .las. KeyuK has gone* oast on a holiday trip. Horn on Itec. lOth to Iho wife of W. Ives, a tlftug'htor. Tlr. CJalliraitli is liuilding a barn at thi^ ro.'tr oi' hia r?si(loncp. .Jno. Ashcroft was in Caljyiiry this week. Ilo niaj locate here. Th? bowHiig ailoy will bo opened next A. .1. Whitnoy and Mrs. Whitney liovo gono cast on a visit to Xapnncw Tho ratcpaysrs oi SlfllTor�l village dociflcl Charles I'eacock ns ovbriscer. K. I,. Foster, who recently 'canw hf-ru from North Dakota, and ptir -cha.se�l Innrt near itha SilvxT /arm, has coinniencTd the construction of a residence adjoining fjoonard's on Wcsliiiin9tor roai;!. -Mr. and Mrs. J. W^_C}n'nway Uawa last wt�k, including Soii.Ttor afid Mrs. iJeVcibnr. Mrs. Mc-Phoi7. Sow'tor TaJbot, br. Mclfttyre-yX.P., and n�v. Dr. Mactlougall. Ail the nets bookeil 6n the Morris Si Douglas Circuit haivf ieea book��l direct Iro*h C-}�i�mfo �iit;,aTo tha pick of the largo vauidMriliii fcbiiH..>s �f that city. One of tftif cornpwaies will be seen here oto Di.-mthiting'4easQ:^ was oii the docket for the assizes wan adjourned os the crown w�s utu.ble to gurt its principal witness*** herr?. a con>inol!�te�l .to cx-nm'iiic thcin in this Stales. r. I,. Xriismith wa� i>r Balls, Games, Horns, DramB, Trains Blackboards, Carriages, Doll's cradles aotl beds, Deaii's rag books. Wringers. Pairlor football ar.d Ttiinbeilin. LVC'EUM t;oi;Rsr.. A LOCAL BUDGET. Ciio. L. Ta.vlor has gone to DuUith to spend Christ mn.s. The public school closing oxerci.sos Uikc [il.aco tomorrow afternoon. llio in'nnt child of .f.l'. Knauf died tliis week and wa.s burie3tumiankers for the bon'^arc has 1�oen Sv-riously ill for the past w�!k. llor condition is somewhat improved to-�lay. In consToreation with tho Herald yesterday, A. Southard informed us ^Slia^ his sale had Ijoeii a deri;led Calgary to participate iti ii bonapiel here on TJiUrsday, Friday And Saturday of naxt week. 'Rwi district | five acres of land near tho city limits near the south east iboundary. W. n. Whitney and wife left tWis weak to .sppnd .several months with friends jind relatives in the east. Mrs. .1. W. Kean is enjoying a vi.s-it from her iatfaor and sister, Mr. Weir and Mrs. Ilobcrt�on of itunt.s-villc, Ont. ^ Cbas. Mair biis relumed from an extended visit to Ontario, during j which he visited his old home in Lanark County. and Le Tomatoes for Chri.'itnvas W. Church of Luni.sden, Sask., is Hj^f^ncv the guest of his daughter, Mrs. C.V. I Uennotit. Ho leaves next week for the coast where he will s|>en(l the winter. .Special Christmas services w>ll be hold in tlw Daptist Taborhacle' iK�vt Sundaiifc Tho Itov." W. It�id will preach at 11 a.m.J and '7.8a p.m. Sirtjtocts: Mom:ng. VXo Itoom in tho Hotel." r.wning, "Wise M*in From the East." All wH* nten from the cast and all who have found- room in our hotels will he made heartily welcome at (he Talwrnach; on Sunday. The executive of tho Lyceum As -Kociaition regret to announce that the second number of the courae has been cani�lted as Iho Bureau was unable to give a date that woutd to suiit-able. Kather tlian bring the concert on an- evening when it would tw imp possible for the majority 6f the tickot-holders, the comtrjittee cancelled the number, which is tho Beil-harz Entertainers. A refund pro rnta will l� ma Chas. D. Kcliogg-, the bird iiuin on .Ian. 88th. TIILLER-WH1 TN'E^ X11PTIA LS. One of the Morris & liouglas Companies will give a performance ir.> the o|>�ra iiouse herb on Ucc. tS4 and So, and Judging 'by the press notices received in every totvo wherie ons of j these comi>anies has play**! the how .circuit is proving very popular. Three companies are now on the road and t'lw management is meetins with so much success that thoy are ,'*blo .to add more ,ncts to each show, making A\i3 perforpiance lonif-r and bottnr. Tho application to parliament of the Crawford Day &. St. Mary's flail- j Hay conip.nr.y is for authority to ex-t*>nd its line from ijpthbrj.ffie, Al- On Monday last tho resi'dwico of .Mr. and Mrs. Henj. Whitney was the scene of a very pretty wedding, when their younijost daughter, Edith Fr.\n-cis was united in marriage with I'hilo W\ Tiillcr, M.D., of this dity. The ccreirxiny tofjk place Lt t).30 p. m. Ifcv. Mr. Oorddn ofHci.atiing. rho hous,? was prettily decorate.l for the occasion. The bride 'wore n lovely gown of whitj} silk nullo over white Itadipta wtth the oustotn.t,ry veil and .'orange blossoms. .�Vfter the cenj-jnory thj gue.sts sat down to a .sunip-I tuous wedding bro.^kf.ast. Tho bride, j was the rocJiplcnt of a 'large number I of lioautiful gifts. Practical and Sensible Christmos Oilts FOR PHE MEN-Gillette Safety Razor 5,00, Garbb-Magnetic; Raxor ftSO, Pocket Knives that will hold ab edge, from 60c ta 2.00, Tpbls of all kinds, Guns, Revolvers, etc. FOR THE LADIES-Scissors, Fine Table Cutlery, BisseU Cariiet Sweepers, Skates, or a number of useful kitchen articles;; FOR THE BOYS-Skates, Knives. Small Rifles, Good Tools. FOR EVERYBODY-The best assortment of FURNITURE" ver shown in Lethbridge. BRODIE & STAFFORD  Don't I'iiil to see onr Framed Pictures.'" Christma; Gifts if� Ctttkry luiike uiost useful |>reBents. f Jur stock of these gooda con-tain many, articles that will lie thoroughly appreciated by ladies, gentlemen tnd chikU ren. They ra uge froiu razors and razor sets, pocket knives, scissors aud numerous handy articles, many of which are put up in handsome cases, making a gift that is not only )i thine of lieauty, but oiie of vory practical utility. C. W. GREY THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELCPHONC 66 K Xfi. lUcQueen � ?o REAL ESTATE RctidcAtial lots from |59 uf to $100. TkcM are well located, and on ensy terms. I 6.roomeddwelling, $700-^300 cash. bal. monthly paymen^ ^ 1 6-roomed dwelling.................................\ 1 8.roomed dwelling, modern, with stabling, to rent Dec/lst. Fire and Life Insurance Live Stock and Indemnity Insurance insures against all diseases or accidents in Cattle or Horses. 1 The happy couplo left on th.- I.-10 bftrta to I'akowki. and thwicc on to showors of rico and good THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Ptiii-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reserve Fund, |4,500m HEAD OFFICE, t. E. WALKER, General Manager _ TORONTO ALEX. LAiKO. AmI^ Gm'I BANK MONEY ORDERS ISSUCO AT THE rOklOWINO RATtS: %i and under....................... 3 cants Over $5 and not SKceediaa $10...... 6 ctnM ' SJO " " fW...... 10 emit  $30 " " $50...... 15 cants ThaM Ordeni are Payable at Par at any ofliue in Canada of* Chwttni (Yukon excepted), at the principd banking pointit in tll� Unltsd Msf iikcoti��LI �t � nx(d RAlll at THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. LONDON. RNQ^ Thsy form an itcellent method of rcmittiny amatt luma of menay with and at anoalt cost. CALGAKV CLAKESIIOL.M EPMON'iON IIIOII KIVER ISNlbFAIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS HAMirON �TAVELV LETHBRIDGE WWCHER CHEEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD fONOKA MEDICINE HAT RE� BSBR VBORBVtLLK VBRUIUbN WBTASklWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. G. K. NOURSE.   MAHAOtR l>r. .Tohnson tlw Veterinary Sur -tioofl, who ha.s iiivn practicing in L�thbrid((� kavos this wook for atac-leod whore lie expects to sf>bytcrian student who has been on tho Stan* doft' mission ttiis year v ist anti jow�lk>r and has taken ovor n. A. Wright's r>p�(ical deportmcwt. lli'is is good news to Lodllhridgo to havo an eye spieciallat ioad people from outside to\ras as well as 4h'is city vill not have to go east to have thdr eyea treated. .Manitoba, there to conuacti �v�ith the (.VN.1l. Tha projectod rout� from LctMii^idge iis south o( iho Cy-press Ililis, along Fr4.'nchraan river and north of Tw�l\"e Mile l^ako and i Willow Jliinch Lake to IJartnoy.. The company also asks for authority to inctftaso its capital stock to $3.5,000-000. L. IvVul who bus built u|> a big business since h3 located h�rc a fow months ago, iii preparing to move front hio prewnt quarters on Kord Street to the new Oliver block. Its? is giving tho puilic a splendid bp -poriuoiiy to pick up somirJ6va.l and Chi'iatmiis sate tomorrow. Klling good goods at a close margin. Ito carriers an At s'tock as a visit to his ntoro on Foixl 8t. will convince. lioad tlie bargains he onTcrs in his full puige nd in this issue and then pay Mm a visit. His store is ne.xt to tho Crc hall. wishes, for a six Weeks trip io Toronto. Montreal and Nnw Vnrk. tho brldi> travolling in a ta'ilor-niad days i)ec. sr>lh and 3Ath. \ K. C. HAINES, Agrnt. W. 1 Phone No. 181. AtCimUXT WAS FATAl.. Win. .Murray, a meinbci- of tlx''. C. I'.lt.''tiridg-c criiw at St. Mary's iivL with an accidtnt or. Monday which cau.sed his dufuth. Along with a fcl-law einjiloyoo ho viis riding on n hand'car when a fivight train, iiove in sight. Tho men liiod to get the car oft the track but i>a>d not sue -coedod when the froight struck it and iiuried Murray to tho ground. It was.found am oi bis legs was tadly (ractured'oad he was brought to the hospital here. It was discoveradthat his injuries wore of a mora painful character than hod ticcn anticipated. Murray gi�duAlly .grow woi-so and died on Tuesday. Ho was buried this afterroon, thady label is- oo'wn on the ' insido of tha pocket of ^very gnnuiiM ; Semirciady garment, ;