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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta L. STEWART Presents December. 2i, 1910. Dti.26- 1SS In "MY WIFE'S FAMILY JMATHIEU'S SYRUP ol Tar and Cod Over Oil This famous remedy, is made of curative agents of proTcd efScacy in diseases of tlic tliroat and lungs. .Beech. Tar directly a cough, or cold, and at once begins to ;lieal the delicate Cod Liver Oil and builds up the system. two ingredients are scientifically' comHried ia tne pleasant tasting MatHietfs Sjmip. i Mathieu's Syrup does not merely suppress the symptoiis of disease, it removes their causey It is nothing better for children. it, and should "take it on tie first appearance of a cold. Keep a bottle always at Hand. When, feverish_.. take Mathieu's Nervine Powders as .well as the cts a package, contain- ing 18 powders. J. S_ MATMtCU CO, fntf'm. QUt. Syrup large bottle 35c. Nervane MODERN WOODMEN BATCH OF FROMACLEOD and >New Year's'. Day in Macleod with "and -Mrs. Ernest Haug.. Macleod, Dec. Luirr- ber Co- are building a large ware- house and lumber shed on their pro- perty near the C.P.R.- station; The office will also be building which is near l- The Alaple. which Man- MacleoQ had suspended for time wilt be re-opened on. .Saturday night, Probably the Feature; Saturday's show will be-the rendetinj; trated-sont which.was leod by Sam The curling rink ;has closed1 for ents. about a .week on ;of; the re- The public: school.- closed this after- (Cent chinook the ice, noon for the Christmas-'season and a but' last night's, spell '.has .put; number- of-the-teachers, are leaving to the ice in a fair condition, and, thej.spend their "holidays in other towns, curlers-are again using "it-tonight.- jMiss Munfbe-and'Miss Richardson go- A. E. Murdock, ing toi-cCalgarv, Miss Ormond 'nae> Tof4- Frank W. B. George, of the flrnv of office in -Macleod. The greatest in GOorge Co.; yesterday, received crease is perhaps that of the trails word that his father had .died in EnK- r coming, in and- going out they havinjr ISht in quality to this night for the Old Country, It may be noted that Mr. George's father was the Rev. H. B. George, M.A S., Senior of the New College at Oxford.; and Hans Haue, for and now of Kam- loopsr'B: C., will spend Christmas time last The sale of stamps also large, the sale in. one-day year eqUftllinc the sale in one week years ago. Mr Leonard Bell and -Mr. Bruce left'this for Toronto, Ont.j.on a three months' trip. "MY Macleod, Dec. aS.-Kobert McLean; :A'Particularly interestinsvnnj im- Jeorge .Pearson. Frank Grieir. atonre event of theatrical sekeoh George-Pearson, Frank Grier, George Patterson and Edward Maunsell, who all been attending.the Western ir-e- s have ali been attending.the Western of at he Mdetinf bf .ait ulus Canada College at Calgary, returned. lor 27 night's train to j Family." is a merry roil hdUdaFS Wlth thCir the W. of dramatic, musical -and ORGANIZE HERE On uwayrsning in McDer- motf. .HmiUDiamond City, the Mod- Wpodmen of America organized -about of retulted Cdniul, Stephen Bosch; Adylier, Thog. jiH..ThomM; Escort, A. vertiser, has left on ,a v-th'ree: weeks visit to his home in; Ontario, dur- ing Ms absence from Macleodphe will endeavor to give it a3- having'taken with: Mni sev- jeral samples of-grain able literature.- "Neil McCaig, the-Davis'-. AV'Mc- Caig livery stables, -left tMs.-weefcfpr- a three months' business -afti pleasure trip. L: The' Cin4erelia-.v.Dancihg -.'Chib wUl cast of dramatic, musisal vaudieyiiie artisti. The company is a j well not a member fall below'the requirements of their {.role. The show is eqiiipjped In'anVel- ___ Pincher Creefc.and Miss Berney .andi.ery'and The music.IB of Mists' leave in-the morning for Cranbrbot.. family, arriv- ed in' Macleod'.last night from Restbh, 'been-ap- of the Bank of Brit- ish North America here in place, .of N. V. JR.- Hnus; who has taken bvftr the 'Kiiip and' Dufferin Branch at' Tor- oatb, Ont. Guy.-.K. North- that, snappy, catchy kind, that all can Jpu'il be it for days "after. date, but join the merry and forget troubles T. D'Arc; %ank- f J.r libbert- hold their next regular dance. Crowk Bank; some Tuesday night. The ehbtnot having i time past is] we kre had one expect a large GENEROUS Dec. Dar- HEARTED f food aid clothing.L Today KANSAS CITY I held up his'hands, and criei "En- oughr The1; fund almost double amount: asked, while more food ias Brown started a Christmas fund lor the poor. Sev" enthousand -dollars was tie sum'asked, besides and been, received than can be distributed betwen. now and Januarj-lHt, -i J af "Edmon- of the rush- days, brothers, Leon-; ing -Christmas which They ard and Huh Bell LARGESTiXEANt YEAR ON. 24.f-The com- bined salmon; Alaska, B. :C., and for the season of an ajjgreiate output of cases, the largest "lean" I camp er, c. ____ son; Sentry, Vmyro: board of Managers, Carrol, Thbs. Homes and--------- -tertous business of to refresh- ments and i most >ajoy- --1 nret-of the: fraternal societies to or- ganize "'herei; and'it is certainly start- ing: on of 'much protrise, as a -fraternal life-of the'townrXMr.'bgtien ard and 'Hiigh J. R. McLean; who was the .Macleod-; delegate -to attend the. Western, Grain'- tioc. at all report that .this year has been the year .in Mac- iih'- Conven- j The post, office staff -report this sea- son to be "the busiest of asr ed after hiving mas. season in the history-of the post Grand Consul, eat, and Dieted as master of ies. was pres- ures :complle.4 -'here The salmon pack runs in. cycles, of. four years, there -being three "lean" years and one "fat" year. The last' "fat" year was The pa'clt brought to AlaskaV.and the Pac- iiic norttiwest canners approximately to onF Colonial BHEELQCK ENTIRE JEWELRY QE CROSS trrtt t VV1O-, No tenders having been received for this property, tp Assignee has instructions from the creditors of the estate to sell the entire stock by private sale. This stock consists of rings, watctes, pihi and jewelry of des- crqrtion, cut glass, silveiwre, etc. This is exceptional opportunity for Christ- inas purchasers. Call arid look the stock over. ROUND STREET to ;