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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta i Tl$ to o 0) ;cr;ainly time You had some new Furniture and you Had better commence the New Year with it. Whether it is for Parlor. Pining Room, Librnry. Kitchen or Rcdr-oni. wo have it in ovory grade, niul at almost any price. Wo display some pretty piocis in our windows. but you must coiup inside the store to s-'o a full variety. & STAFFORD PlOToToMOlOXSa -�Foil Alii- KINDS or Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOH B & .vlIB'JN CD rlliifltoti FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR T! EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS K AT ICS .$1.50 It TPAVELPIG PUBLIC HOT AND COLD WATER A 1).\V P. BURNS & CO. WIIOUISAU: AM) UliTAH/ MEAT MERCHANTS LARGEST BUYERS AND SHIPPERS OF LIVE STOCK IN THE NORTHWEST LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA TELEPHONE Ol HEAD OFFICE, - CALGARY SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristeis &c LKTIUIKH'OE AND r.\||[)^ON Lethbridge Office, Southard Block Money to Lend en Town oml Far.-- Pr 'porty C V IlCSSETT, B- A. I'm �r' I'r ecu- The Palace Stables J. McB. SHIVELY, Pi"!' BEST HORSES AND RIGS Drivers for any part of the district HORSK.SFED AT RKASoN-ABLE BATKS PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to meet the popular demand oj the the district. FRED HOPKINS. * PROP. PHOTOS Hammond Bros. Photographers To advertise their fine and up-to-date Portraits, -will give Free Sittings To all who call THIS MONTH No Money To Pay at the time of sitting. H you don't like them when finished, don't pay for thorn. HAMMOND BROS. LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | BRIGHT and SPARKLING 'ot i elaborate banquet 01 la'iiily iepi�t can be '"'I 'ro.n �� wl,h 'lie certainty '' rn-M c Wl: ei. '� li. r . i. I'i in Hi'- '>i:-t |;r -iii.I at i: "�" In--- ati- a . S M. El. ROY ,\ t>.' .�ii"- I'imU r In 1; - I -�. LIQUORS aiui CIGARS �ii-. . I.ilhbrl.l; Alu CARDSTON. Miss Onuvcrau of Kdmonton who has been visiting with her iineh- hero. Mr. Win. Laurie for the iant two months, returned vest! ii lay to her home. She wns accompanied us far as Lolhbridge by Mrs. Williuui Laurie. Mr. Tom Devine is spending a couple of weeks in town after an absence of several months. Mr, IVvine has been north where ho purchased a section of land at Didsbury. What doe* it mean when wo read in (lie Calgary Herald that fLothhridgo coal is sold there for S-l.lT) (unscreened) and SI. 75 (screened). Of course this coal is mined at Taher and hauled to Oal-garv then why cannot that same coal be shipped to t'ardston anil sold for the same price or a little less? We should like to have our Lethhridgo Coal Coinjviny inform us of the price of their coal in Ureat Falls after paying i2"> cents duty on it. We have some figures thai are likely to open the tyes of the people. Cardstoti ought to bo getting coal delivered for SI.50 per ton instead of !?.">..")(), we refer to the delivery in our homes. Sergt. Risk who for some time was station!d at St. Marys and then removed to Macleod. is now at Standoff. The Serg'. was in town mi Saturday last and gave us a call. HIGH RIVER RAYMOND. Worn 1 'i  Oil� per acre. These sales svore made to Dakota farmers by the A. R. v. 1. Company. Mr. and Mrs. Leigh B. Young of Cardston had a baby born to them on Friday last, which lived but a few hours. Born:- In Raymond, on Wednesday, December lUth to the wife of N. D. Wallace, a daughter. Horn:--To the wife of Geo. 0. Wall a daughter Dec. 11. W. Bner will revive the C. News. TICKS PROM THE WIRE Bits of News from All Over the World. Mayor Fleming, of Hratulon, has been re-elected. E. D. Biggar has,be�u re-elected mayor of Hamilton. Rev. W Nelson, H $,The Mailaud Herald, Reyelstoke papers, have amalgamated. Sir Henry Irving's estate of $](K) (XK) has been left to his sons. The Metropolitan hotel, Winning, has been sold for $1)0.000. Henry Harland, author of the Cardinal's Snuff Box is dead. Bromley's jewelry store at Qren-fell, Sask., was destroyed by fire. F. S. Spence and E. Coatsworth are candidates for mayor of Toronto. Dr. Osier, the famous physician, says there no such things as death bod visions. S X!XS|,( ft,.|iabl" Yard North of Freighf Shed. Widest Choice Highest Gradest Lowest Prices --YARDS AT---- LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING, TABOR, It WiU Pay You To See Our Book Before Jinying Elsewhere. from pres-beeii view Hour Ah x (iouih'.v. of the Big Hill district, having leased his proin-rty. left for a ])|i)tl,acted \isit to the east where he will join Ins family at Eu'anville. U"hcn he returns he w.ll open ep a liariii'SS businci'.s in one of the Alberta towns. Born: At High Biver on Dec 7th to Mr. and Mr. Jolin Dale, a son. Mr. llrlm. manager of the N'oit'i,'i:i Liink of Can:,da. which has recently open� d a branch at Calgary, was in Hiuli River on Saturday and Sunday, surveying the field with a view of establishing a branch here. A we!l known gentleman British Columbia, who is at ent residing at Calgary, has looking over the tield with a to establishing a Slo.ixm mill at High Biwr. Judge Harvey passed through High Riwr on his way to Calgary where he will relieve Judge Scott of the balance of the November sittings. He will also preside at the next sittings to beheld in February. A cotnixmy was formed in High River recently for the purpose of purchasing and developing a con-siderable tract of land in Mexico. The company contemplates the purchase of laud 150 miles south of Mexico City and this will mean a large amount of oapitaltobot xpend-ed. President. W. V. Breman: vice-president, E. D. Bennett: Sec-Treas-Chas. M. Bell. It is the in-tention of Messrs Breman. Bennett, Johns. HarjHT and Bell to leave for Mexico to complete ar-rang'-ments for the taking over of this property. Christmas Cantata The Cantata given by the Sab-! bath School of Wesley church on ; Friday evening drew a full house 'and was rendered in a most satisfactory manner. The children ; wore arranged \\\k>\\ a platform specially built for the occasion | and in positions that gave'the ful-| lest effect to their resix'etive |�irts. J Appropiately attired in white dres-1 ses and in costumes In'titting the I different characters, they presented a scene that was both artistic and dramatic. The title of the cantata was "Santa's Success." and the characters included, Santa Clans, whose part was particularly well rendered, the message Ik\v. in uniform, goblins, dressed in green with fancy peak caps and bells, the fairy queen and her fairies, Venus and her little stars, which glistened in garments trimmed with silver and gold tinsel, the moon men in a grotesque costume of yellow, car-lM'iitors in their working garb of overalls and carrying their tools, and college lroys and girls in college cap and gown or athletic suits. Dialogues songs, choruses and ensembles told of Santa's mishaps and difficulties, due to the antics of the goblins, and how the fairy queen and her sisters came to his relief and enabled him to accomplish his journey and distribute his gifts. All the parts were carried through in perfect order and without a break of any kind. Special mention would be invidious whore all did so well. Great credit is due to Mrs Southard and those that assisted her in the weeks of training that must have been necessary. As an expression of appreciation a baton, with Bilver bands and suitably inBcritx-d, waB presented to her. During the evening packages of candy and other Christmas delicacies were distributed. The large audience was most responsive and by frequent applause expressed their pleasure and appreciatian. The receipts were which be chiefly devoted to securing additional books for the Sabbath School library. a candidate for Aid. Gillett is JUST PLACED IN STOCK -----A Fl'LL AKS 'RTMKNT OF- - - Christie Brown's Biscuits and Confectionerys^ss^ Including Fancy Biscuits and Plum Pudding in tins ___ _* g ALSO CAR OF- Aimer Canned Goodsand General Groceries. StocK Complete in A si Lines. (a) CAR or RAYMOND FLOUR Bran, Shorts and Chicken Wheat, B. & K. Rolled Oats, etc. Che Bcntky Co'y. Ltd WHOLESALE AND RI-TAlL Aid. Malone is mayor of Nelson, his op]M>nent. Andrew Camcgio has increased the fund for needv teachers by a gift of $5,1)00.000. A H. Hummel, a prominent New York lawyer, will serve a year in gaol for conspiracy. j Peter Larson, of Montana, the richest Scandinavian in America is dying from cancer. Dr. Russell, superintendent of the Hamilton asylum, has been dismissed by the Ontario government. Rev. R. P Bowles, formerly of Winnipeg, has been appointed a professor in Victoria University. Toronto. It is said Hon. Joseph Martin will become general counsel for the Great Northern in British Columbia. The Vancouver Province insinuates that J. J. Hill is exploiting British Columbia for the benefit of Seattle., Hugh Watt, once a Scottish M.P was sentenced to penal servitude for inciting hired agents to murder his wife. Crossley and Hunter, the evangelists, claim 700 people professed conversion at meetings held in Brandon. ^^>ld Country, which we are selling at very uicdorato prices. We also carry a Complete line of CONFECTIONERY A Trial So icited HEAT IS NECESSARY IN COLD WEATHER.. ^* ^ We furnish the most economical heat as our stoves give the Maximum Heat for the Minimum Fuel Used... Plumbing. HotJWater andjj� Steam Heating is our specialty makcly A Cheerful Hanging. San Antonio. Texas, Dec. 22- George H. Turner wns hanged today for the mnrder of Mrs. Elizabeth Lynch last March. Turner was led to the scaffold and ft quartette of negroes sang "God bo with you till wo meet agnin." Tt ruer left a note wishing everybody a merry Christmas. Our Active Doctor. High River Times:-A United States ssnator has gone to jail for six'months. He must have done something, therefor he differs from the Canadian senators.-Toronto News. Just wait until Hon. Dr. De-Veber gets there. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Sunday Servicer.- Low mass, 8.30 a. ra.; high 11.00.; vespers, 7.30 p. m. Daily Services:- Mass 6.30 a. m. Father Van Tighetn ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH. (Anglican.) He v. J. S. Chlvers, A. K. C, Rector. Rev. David Jones, B.A., Assistant. Sundays:- Matins at 11.00 a. m. Sunday School at S.00 p. m lOvensong at 7.30 p. m. Celebration ol Holy Communion:- 1st Sunday in the month at 11.00 a- in. (Choral). 3rd Sunday alter Matins. Other Sundays at 10.30 a. m. Daily Matins and Evensong at MO a. in. and 7.30 p. m. ST. MARY'S MISSION (No. 3.) Sunday School at 3.00 p. m Evensong at 4.30 p. m. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev.'J. O. Hughson, Pastor. Sunday services at 11.00 a. m. aad 7.30 p. m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8.00 p. m. Epworth League, Fridays, at 8.00 p. m. KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Rev. A. M. Gordon, Minister. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock. BAPTIST TABERNACLE. Rev. C. Padley, Pastor. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. ra. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock. Sewing Circle Wednesday afternoon* at 8.00 o'clock. Missionary meetinp, 1st sai Ird Fridays Is most*. The Lethbridge Hotel w. El�tubli�he