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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta New Years, 1907 fiiKkoH'$ Bay eompany LETHBRIDGl Our Liquor Hampers, as usual, will be of the best, the renowned "Hudson Bay Quality." Wishing all our friends and customers A Happy New Year. HAMPER NO. 1"$3.00 And Ready to do Business! Idot. Orftttfct llb.TaU�Rai�iaft e Ibt. Aftplct I lb. Fuiey Bitcoit* I box Bon-bon* I lb. MiMd Nuts I tin PKim Pudding I botUe Native PoH I bottU H. B. 7-y�nr^id Rye AND HAVE HAMPER NO. 2..$5.00 I bottle H. B.C. 7-yenr-old I bot^ie'shcrry Wine I bottle J. Dewnr't Scotch I bottle Brandy I bottle K�m I bottle Native Port 3 bottles Beer HAMPER NO. 3" $10.00 I bottle H.B.C. 7.yr.-old Rye 1 bottle Pnle Brandy I bottle Pnle Sherry I bottie Old Port I bottle Rom I bottle J. Dewnr'e Scotch I bottle Burke'a Irish I bottle Blnekberry Wine 6 bottles Lnger IboxImperinlCifnraaS) Just Received a Carload of CANNED And part carload of Evaporated Fruits, direct from California. Shipments have also arrived of Huntley & Palmer's Fan^us Biscuits and Harry Webb's Delicious Chocolates. 2 delivery rigs now. " Prompt delivery. WISHING ALL A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. ..................... A LOCAL BUDGET. � 2 ONE ASRB ON CBAKLES STREET NEAR WESTMINSTER ROAD FOR ONtY $700. , J "TEN^CHOICE  \ LOTS IJ*  RIVERVIEW FOR X saooo. 2 I TERHt 2 191,460  iwiIX CLOSE i ITBR SEAL. 5 1>�ALER IN   Alberta L�Bd> and Lethbridge   � Properties.   Boom 1, Southard Block   'Phone 122.   LETIIBRIDOE, ALT A.  V DAILY TRAIJf SERVICE. /tiia Immt ctrtMlu ttiAt tba A.R. A I. ..w(U put oa � daily train a�rvice .... ,"�' � .. . , ^Jiii^ P6ttKry f^r to be ^'^^''t: Mi Mir licbniMy. The Old �'iin�r8',dajioc: nill be hold on January The Herald wishes all ito readers a bright acd prosperous hew year. Andrew Petersen, night engineer at the Electric Light plant has resigned. Mr. John Nitlock of Calgary, has baen with her sister, Mrs. Cony-beare. United States Agent Peterson is expected home from his holiday ti^ next week. A. E. Moe, brother of J. Moo has taken a position in tlie C.P.R.i'raiglit oiBces bene. E. T. Saunders and �4fe. Pinchcr Creek, spent ChristsMis as ihe Kuasta of J. J. Johnston. On Tuesday night Miss Ella Mc  Lenuan left for Ottawa, Ont., where she will study music. Mr. and Mrs. Nornian Robsoo of l{aple Creek, were in town 'or several days last week, C. P. L. Fowler of * Great Falls, formerly wHfa the A.R. 'So I. Co. here is viaitiog in the city. John McLennan of the Union Bank Pincfaer Creek, speni, Ohriatmas D{ty at his home in this city. Members of St. Augustin's -;h>)ir furnished a programme of music at the hoapital Christmas morning. Th� labor council held a successful social and danoa lAst evening. Bennett's orchestra furbistaod good music. Miss Hatch, daughter of O. M. Hatch, will take a position as steo-ographer its L. M. Jobnston's law ofBca. "Ueaoon" White, of the Edmonton team, refused an ofter to take tite management of the Uloomtngton, III. baseball team. It is said Hon. Robt. Rogers, bfm Bay store at Macleod, was in the city on Saturday. He aays thing.s are quite liwly at Macleod. Elo ex -p7cts his now store will bo completed in a couple of months. T. Stubbs has commcncod the erection of a residence for .Jas. Ashcroft at the comer of Bonipas and Round Streets. It will tie adx40 and will cost about $9,000. It was be a mod- Old Timers Officers. \ HESIDEXCK BtJUNEU. em bouse in all respects. The engagement is announced of Miss Nellie, eldest daughter of Mr., and Mrs. John Kenu>', collector of customs to Mr. T. H. Nayin of Modi-cine Hat. Tlie marriage will take place in St. Patrtck's Church on January dth. Miss Barker, who has tjoen in C. B. Bowman's olRce for some titno, left on Monday lor her homip i'n Cardston. It is not Hkcly that .Sihe will return. Her sister canMi in from Calgary, where she has boon atter.d -ing Normal sdiool on Friday night and remained hero until Monday. What might have been'a serious accident, occurred in front of the Mdlli-odist church on Sunday afternoon, when a horse took fright at an automobile by the side of the street and the occupsnts of the buggy ware thrown out. Fortunately the mild weather bad made iho centre of the �tMst a soft 11 unpteasarit landing place, and no one was hurt. But a little mora care on the part of owners of autbmobites may avert serious accidents. Tlw death of the Earl of sibannon at MomaehAy mansion, Cardiganshire Wales, removes a one 'time well knoarn ohl-timer of this province. As Lonl Ooyle, the late Earl oait in the old Northwest countAI for the Macleod district from 1885 to 1887. ing succeeded in the latter year' by F. W. G. HauItalB. He was born on Hay IS, 1860, the sixth Earl of Shaanon. and at th(^ time of his deatli was still a eoir4>aratiivclyyounR .Vt a largely attended meeting of the did Timer's held last evening it was decided'to hold':t4�eir next annual ball and supper next montli. The following bfllcers were elected for the ensuing year: President-J ohn Konn,v. ' Vice-I'i'es.-Wm. Henderson. Sec.-Tj>eas.-Fj-ed Kenny. Kxecutivo Committee-J. L. Stov-oll. t. McNabb Sr.; W. Oliver; J.H. I'leelvood; 1). J. Whitney, Goo. Mc-N'ubb; Goo. Houk. (Special to Herald.) j Diiseronto. Doc. 20.-"liay View I House" the residence of Col. Rath  ; bun, was totally deslroj'�d by fire this aflernoor.. Contk^nts were mostly saved. Col. and Mr.s. Rathbun were out of town. A I.I VIC WITIi 11EPT11.ES. f'OAL ,\T 'FORT WILLIAM. (Special to Herald.) Fort William, Dec. 20.-Thera is now a't the head of the lakes abo\it one hundred thousand tons of coni-nicrcittl coal, eighty thousand tons of ^--hich is stored at Canadian Pacific Uoclis in Fort 'William. All but very small jn'oportion of this is anthracite and is consi'g�cers, 7.30 p. m. Daily Services:- Mass 6 30 am. Father \'an Tighem, ANOTHER CASE AGAINST v REMEV. Helena, Dec. 22.-Camilie Frederick Renicy, now sorvfng 10 years in the pentientiary � on the charge of inan-slaugli'ter, for tlio killing of Wasson �J. Oliver, is' to bo tried on tlve charge of grand larceny. Today County Attorney LaCroix, filed an in-forma'tlon, chdrging him with tak -ing a large amdUnt of tlio personal property of Oliver, September 23, 1905. Judge Smith ordered a bench Warrant issued and Reine.v will be broug-ht back to the county jail to await triol. LEFT TOWEL IN ABDOMEN. Ntaird's LtaOiMBt Cures Distemper rhe OiJerating: , Surgeon Was Very Forgetful.  A Lincoln despatch says: Mi.ss Lula Summers was Saturday relieved of a towel which she had carried sewed up in her abdomen for five tticeks, where it was-forgotten- by surgioons in performing an oporatidn for appendicitis, .\fter the operation although the wound heal'od sha failed to recover, insistintr that thsre was somirthing w thin' the cavity. Finally surgeons decided upon a second operay.on and the tow^l was found. She i^ expected to recover. APVERTISE IN THE HERALD. ST. .AUGUSTINE'S CHUROH. (.�Vne^litan.) Rev. .1- S. Chivers, A.K.C., Bectjr. Rev. David Jones, B. A.. Asstcrian.)  Itcv A. M. Goi'don, Minist(>r. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7..S0 p. m. Suifday School at 3.00 p. m. � Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock. BAPTIST TABERNACLE. Rev. Wra. Reid, Pastor. (liesidence, Amos Harrison's. ) Sunday Services atll.OO a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Suoday School and Bible Class at 3 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday ereniug at 8.0(i o'clock. Ladies' Aid Tuesday afternoon at 2.30 p.m. Thousands Have Had Their Necks Broken! In previous years, and placed on the market during the holidays, and the same fate will befal the cull fowl this year. But the pure>bred stock will, be arrayed in their beat plumage and placed on exhibition at the Poultry Show Next February. * One of the bij? events of Snnni^^ Southern Alberta, 51 ;