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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Our Hand - Painted China arrived too late for Christmas trade so we will sell it at Half-Price Biggest Bargains ever offered in the city. I R. A. WRIGHT, The Jeweler Phones 165 and lOO. Our Stock Is not as couiplotc as it wa* l)efore Christmas Still We have nti excellent sbowiDg for New Yeara buyers hi very tempting Prices Wm. C. Liphardt Watchmaker and Engraver DIAMOND MINE. Hon. Nr. Bulyca Expteins His Connection With It. E. Adams announces to his old friends and customers he has opened a Ceneral Lumber Business On Baroness Road, east of the Court House ' (ildinoutuu Bui let ill.) Ijiiiutv^ant-Oovcrndi- lloiv. Ueoi-gv liutyea cl6�� not take very seriously tlio accusatious of Mr. H�rroii ot Soutlisrn Alborta, thut he has graft e-U the Doiniiilion*i'oal lands. Iji fact, the governor ijees it i.s .somothing ot a juke, inaamuch as that tlio Honm Mission Board of tha Baptist church is one of the principal �:enlflcarJon ol tho � is wert! taken out in my lumi.-. tt, � though I fWd Hot pursoiiaKv iNuku th� applica'tiion antl wan not aware that my name was ii.iin.n- ui~x\i ,i ise time 'that appli'MV:.-- 1)1 ins made not saying, lov.n- ih.-.i'-is Uint thera is any rea.soii ^\h\ I sIwidU uci. have Riado thawi citizen, as long ns I uiwlv vi l> the regulations." "I think, also," .tia-ij i.-iucc Rambling Reveries Br a Drgamkr. TUf: EMPi'Y STOCKIXU. It 'is not your own littl� loved one, or your nc'lgWjor's darling, or the ihild of any of your acqaaintanc�s. which crouched �iead-Rye�J and hiin -gry-hearted Mom its eini>t.y slock -ing, whila all the reHt of tht> world ia flooded with Christinas gladness. No! It is the child of the very poor, the fathorless, tlie outcast, the forgoi'tcti child of tl;e dark alley tliat joy nsver ontei's and the heartless hovuls that shut out cheer ami li.ip!; the forlorii child whose moaning reached tha heart of Cod,and cawsed him to sctod liis Son into the world ! to tcoch charity and love; iha for  gotten child whom Christ ndmoniah-od us ct, ij'it. r'lua-j ling this to l� the va>o, I fail to jsde what we are be.tig >:�,�-.;, with :or why we should :e ii.ii ; nd �ll the year's festival days, jholJe to bn shipping :,i)n ; h-t u a^y Christmas is peculiarly the. festival I within the Me.^t year. I Is ot love. Easter coniincrtioratcfs the more, to the Point, rv c !':i.>h| rosuri-ection of Jesus. Tt is our fes-i that we aotiwired from hf 1>( nwri.";; j''^'al of. life, divine and inunortoJ; for ! than on Christmas morr.B ;)fftce-Over On** Bsrbar Shot*. HonrB-11:00 to 19:00 boob; 3.00 to ^:00 | p. m ;7:00 tw8:30 p. m. Office Night B�ll aud Teiopfeoaa DR. C. G. GRA6G PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OITice over liiginbothaiu's Drug Ston* I>hono Oince 123. House 94. Office hours-9 to 11 a.m.. 1.80 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Drs. Mewbum & Galbraith Phyticliui* Sutttom. AccMcticn Office-Redpath St. cor. Bnrdett. Hours-Before 9 a.in., 2-3 p.ai., 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to 3.31) p. m. Telephones 41 and 53. F.H.Mewbubn W. S. Galbbaitb M. D.C. M. M.D.C. M. Drs. DcVeber & CampbeJi Physicians and Surgeons Offices-ptt block. 'Phone 148. Get the Photo Habit -ms a good One-- BUT get it now, before the USUAL ff. W. H&NDFORD were not the prlaie  .11 Wv,; .set!? of>the company, I-ii kun'l.-.- iu-jr^lental thereto. Tlj two minister.^ jliatl no money, so Mr. Hobinsoii ad-' vistui Mr. Padley to write Hon. o at the same time started out to hearts. Hut Christmas is the climax of the j Christian year. It is our festival of , love and as such is it not^licautifully ' fitting that the du.i' should lie celebrated b.v the bostownient of gifts? It is lis natural for lovo to give as , for birds to sing and lor (lowers to | grciw. The .spirit of Christmas is the spii-- | it of giving. I'his spirit takes hold upon all classes of people, carrying into ewry soul the Kwoctness and purity of love's ministry. It lavishes gifts in homos ol wealth and it ac'iuire the coal land.s in ffjuestion by fi"'^^ � "'�y 1" direct poverty. TRY WM. OLIVER ---for-- Everything required in the construction of a Buildinf, Lumber and allkinda of Mil! Work Do not aeud all your money to Cnlgary and .Oraubrook. Help to build up Letlibridge and a IochI industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Milla. Office, Y&Klsntul Factory-C!omerBoun(l and Bompos Streets Telephone 153 DR. B. JACKSON uextwt Card of Thanks. ptnchasis frotn whoever owned them. When it tam'-i to n\aking application to the Uomiiniou CJovernment, the solicitors naturally �s�d the names of the incorporators of the company. om of whom was the Lieutcr.ant-j Governor. Another was the presi -jdent of the company, Thos. Under-jwood. He is a Conservative, i The papers of JncorporaMon were issued from tho otRco of the provin -cial Sue rotary of the provtr.oc of .\1 -berta h couple of months ago and iha �Diamond" Coal Company in now in full siving, rushing develop -meot Work on the property. They hav� a big gang of men working under tlte direction of Mr. neynolds, MAllKYtMO WHOl.K FAMILY. George R o g e rs LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices ^ j . xt .v-T Ti  ..^ i the many kind friends, inclading Itt^*^ Coke Co. Graduate Northwestern Universitj^ j old-timers, for timely help and I'oieman. 8iv.tiys rep� Dental School, Ohioa^'o. ! gympjUhy on the occasion of his "i"'"'*'* Office-Ott Block, lympathy uncle's death and iuterrineiit last week. Lethbriuge Dec. 24tli, 19CH). Dra. McClure ft Stewart _ ��Tt, yi smw, ,am i DJo. f. 1.0./IOCS O.F. r. T. BBEWER Funeral Director and Smbalmer M*et� In Oddfedowa' Hall evtry VriUf vMKlnc at T.m)ucluek. VIsltlnebrctkrea�re Iff*?  welcome. n. J. Fraaer, C. V, Bennett, l�. a, Mtc. sec LCTKBRXDOE. ALBERTA BE SURE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WEU For Dentistry, Ve'^erinary find Surgical Work, call on .. nr.F.W.J. JotmslM, Utlibrkl|c amtduato of Toroate Vatariaary Oul. left at BlftotooflMiai:! ^tar�i WXLLO"W BRANCH REBEKAM LODOE, NO. a !(�rvic*� ill finding th5 coal, a large tlock of stock to tho Home Missior. Uoard of tho Bapti-st Church. 'I'ho company is incorporated lor li.iiOO.OOO, but of this only a little over a million ha.s bo-m isBued. Tha How.' Mission Board own.s 100,000 I'.sharefi of i'his miilioii. Tho trustees for tht! Mission Iloai'd ;o, F. Stitrons and C. W. Clark, cf Wiunipsg, and Thos. Underwood of Calgary. So for on1.N' 200,000 shar-s of tlTO treasury slock have boon placed or. the market, and that anv-ount.was taken up by some Toronto pnrlitfs *t ilO cents a share. That would ir.ftlie tiK! bloik of stock which 1!..'\. Padli'v gave lo the mission board worth $aOO,000 before dovol-op,t)fiut wa� commenced on the prop-jorty. The prolmWIities are that It wauli �� l>tar iik� mag'ic Vi.s : jtB wm. Try it and ! Sold b.v I, , P. ftJclobotham It Coiufauy. A. EASTON^&'Gal MANUFACTURERS OP HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. U\Wm UNION HALL \ :�w nighte are still open for the the' urn of Clubs, Lod#wi, tnv,. in tho Dcw Labor Uaion Hall, formerly known as the Empire Club. ParUes doslrous) of rentltig abosm will ait-drjBS. II. .f. 1�.M.I>nY, nox Lethhridge. WANTED Tirst clafiH general agent, for tl)� L�thbrldge dtatrlot for dae ni' Cit.n-ad�'(i leadiBf JMb Ituiuraace (.'ou'i -paales, only thoaa wfao can produco, good businesB need apply. Pei-s^jnul, applieatiott. tlesiiied. Apply Htating , advance requh'�d agafcsf tho baat j g9B0rai agvnte contrao(. Sun Life , Aesurancft Company of Punada, Cal-1 pay, Ailwrt^i. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS ot UQU0B8 MUD CIllARS I.V A N EW STAND fjnst drop into my new i|UBrters and convince yonr-aolf that i am up.to-(hite. - ' The olmn^ and brightest shop in Southern All)erta, GEO. HOUK ;