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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta aL.1. JLiX.'. MMMMMMMMMMM Hudson's Bay Company LETHMUDCE Our Liquor Eeinpers, as usual, will be of the beat, the raucwned "Hudson Bay Quality." Wishing all our friends and A Happy New Year. HAMPER NO. 1-43.00 Idoz. Offtakes And Ready to do Business! I 6 Itt. Applet I Fancy Biscuits I box Bon-bons I Ib. Mixed Nuts I tin Plum Pudding I Native Port I bottle H. B. Rye AND HAVE HAMPER NO. 2-45.00 I bottle H. B. C. 7-year-old I bottle Brandy Rye I bottle Run I bottle Skerry I bottle Native Port I bottle J. Dtwar'i Scotch 3 Beer HAMPER NO. 1 bottle H.B.C. Rye I bottle Pale Brandy I bottle Pale Sherry I bottle Old Port I bottle Rum I bottle J. Dewnr's Scotch I bottle Burke's Irish I bottle Blackberry Wine 6 bottles Lager I box Imperial Cigars (25) Just Received a Carload of ANNED And part carload of Evaporated Fruits, direct from California. Shipments have also arrived of Huntley Palmer's Fanybus Biscuits and Harry Webb's Delicious Chocolates. 2 delivery rigs nowv Prompt delivery. WISHING ALL A NEW YEAR MM ONE ASRE ON CHARLES STREET NEAR WESTMINSTER ROAD FOP. ONLY CHOICE LOT3 IN- FOR t ._ TEKfct WILL CLOSE THE DEAU DEALER IN AlberU Iwaods and Lothbridge Proparties. Bdom.1, So-uthard Block 122. L.ETJEBRIDGE, ALT A DAILY SERVICE. It certain that tha A.R. ft. will put on a, ilaily crain service A LOCAL BUDGET. The Old HMrners'. dance: will be held on January 2-Hh; The Herald wishes all its readers a bright acd prosperouc hew yeer. Andrew Peterson, night engineer at the-.Electric Light plant has resign- ed. Mr. John Nitlock of Calgary, has been with her sister, Mrs. Cony bcere. United States Agent Peterson is expected home from, his holiday trip next week. A. E. iloe, brother of J. Hoc has i taken a position in the-C.P.R.i'raight i offices bore. II. T. Saunders and Pincher Creek, spent Christroos as-the quests of J. J. Johnston. On Tuesday night Miss Ella Me- Lenuan loft for Ottawa, Ont., where she.will study music. Mr. Mrs. Norman Robson of Maple Creek, were in town sev- eral days last; week. C. P. L. Fowler of Groat Falls, formerly with the A.K. I. Co. here is visiting in the city. John McLennan oX the Unlor: Bank Pincher Creek, spent Christmas Day at his home in this city. Members of St. Augustin's ihoir furnished a programme of music at the hospital Christmas morning. labor council held a successful social and dance Ift9t evening. Ben- nett's orchestra furnished good mus- ic. Miss Hatch, daughter of Cf. M. Hatch, will take a. position as sten- ographer in L. M. Johnston's law office. "Deacon" the Edmonton team, refused offer to take the management of the UloominRton, III. baseball team. It is said K-on. Robt. Rogers, bro- ther of ex-Mayor Rogers, will retire from the Manitoba government and enter Dominion politics. C. A. manager of the Union Bank at Cardston, was tn the city on Friday on his way to Nelson, B. C. to spend Christnv.s. Jesse Walker, the capable and well Jtis. Duft, divisional engineer of the C.P.R. Irrigation department, with headquarters at. S-trathmorc, spent Christmas with his mother- and sister here. The remains 'of the late Andrew Pearson, a. rai.chcr who had been liv- ing near the Little Bow, were buried Old Timers Officers. RESiDENCK Boort tkc Fair to be at the new .cemetery, yesterday, Rev. J. E. Hughson oiliciated. The instruction of the Young Men's ,gymnasium will be -hold tonioT row evening and the reading room gymnasium will he open New Year's day from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Services will be conducted by the pastor at Wesley Church on Sunday, when the following subjects will be discussed. II Mak'ihg'of Christian." 7.30 p.m., "The Man Who Can Stand'Alone." Munager Becher, of the Hudson Bay store at Macleod, -was in {.ha city on Saturday. He says things quite lively at Macleod. He ex- his now store will be complet- ed in a couple of months. T. Stub bs has commenced the erec- tion of a. residence for Jas. Ashcrnft at the corner of Bompas and Round Streets. It will be and will coat about It was be a mod- ern house in all respects. Tho engagement is announced of Misa Nellie, eldest daughter of and Mrs. John Kenny, collector of customs to Mr. T. II. Nayin of Medi- cine Hat. The marriage will take place in St. Patrtck's Church on January 9th. Miss Barker, who has in C. B. Bowman's office for some timo. left on Monday Jor her homo i-n Card- ston. It is not likely that .she will return. Her sister came, in from Calgary, where she has been atter.d ing Normal school on Friday night and remained here until Monday. What might have a serious ac- (Special to Herald.) At a largely attended meeting -of j the Old Timer's held, last evening it j n.-soronto Doc View was clccideduo holtfspheir next an- tho' residence of Col. Rath nual ball and supper next month, i bun> was totaliy de5l-royed by tire fhe following officers were elected for this Contt-nts- were most- the ensuing year: ,y saved_ Col. and President-John Kenny. WCrc out ,oi toivii! Henderson. i Kenny. j -Executive L. Stov-, Ml. T. 'JIcNfcbb Sr.: W. Oliver; J.H. j Pleetv'ood; J.'Whitney, Goo. Me-[ N'ubb; Ceo. Ilouk. COAL" AT TOUT (Special 'to AL'iy.L-1 WITH KEPTl'LES. Omaha. Neb., the re- sult of swallowing; a live, chameleon as an advertisement, Louise'Douglas formerly a well-known comic opera itctniss. di-xf.hcre yesterday. An liour her death two little .cliamelous from -tho woman's iiioutii, .and-physicians say her body is alive with the little reptiles. Two years agf> Louise Douglas, .whpsereal name was Mrs. Harry F. swal Fort is now at the head of the lakes about one hundred thousand tons of com- mercial jroal. eighty -thousand ions jjowud a chameleon and received much of vhiclT'is stored at Canadian Pac- Advertising therefrom. But soon af- ific docks in Foi-t'William. All -but terward she failing and left. very of this is the stage. She had been in a hos- pilal in Omaha for mom than :i Lhmcite and is consigned to Winni per merchants. Hard coal 'is beimg shipped west nt approximate ratet of nine hundred tons a day. year. BROKE INTO STORE. The liquor department of the ITnd- sbn's Bay Co. "was broken into last night sibout eleven 'thirty o'clock. The plnte glass window was smashed and throe bottles of whiskey taken. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATHOLIC CriUHCH. Sunday Low mass, 8.30 a. m.; high anu'ss. 11.00; vespers.'7.HO p. ux. Daily Mass 6.30 a.m. Father Van Tighem. AXOTLTER-.CASE AGAINST REMF.Y. liked engineer of the Firo ment has resigned to accept a posi tJon with the Electric Light Co. H. -E. Uennett, nmrwger of -tho Merchant's Bank at Modicino Hat has been transferred to Calgary. V. C. James- of Wetasklwin succeeds him. Percy Mkibach entertained the mem- bens of Standard VI. in the Central School to a sleighing party eairtg. A drlvip was taken ground the cHy and a thoroughly tinie ending with elaborate at the hotel. Percy Is more popular than ever with his companions now. Helena, Camilje Frederick Reutcy. how servfng 10 years in the pentientiary on the charge of man- slaughter, for the. killing1 of Wasson J. Oliver, is' to bo tried on tive charge of grand larceny. Today .County Attorney .Ln.CTrtix, filet! ST. A UG.U STIN E'S C H URCII. (Anglican.) Rev. J- S. drivers, A.K.C., RectDr. Rev. David Joces, B. A.. Matins at 11.00 a. m.' Sunday School at p. in. at 7.30. Celebration of Holy We offer to all our Friends and Customers the Compliments FRED GOW CO. Successors to the late W. T. Henson The BEST Type writer Then buy a Have Hod Their occurred in'front of the' 11-olh- charging him with tak j and 11 a. m. (Choral.) r-Kurrh on ;-__ .1. _._____i i odist church on Sunday afternoon. when a horse -took fright at an auto- by the side of the street and the occupants of the buggy were thrown out. Fortunately the mild weather made, I he centre of the street a soft if landing place, and no one was hurt. But a more care on the part of own- era of automobiles may avert sei'- fous accidents. Tlie death oMhe Earl of Shannon a-t Mc-macbty mansion, Cardiganshire Wales, a one time well known oW-timer of this province. As Lord Boyle, the late Earl sat in the oM Northwest council for the Mac- Jcod district from 1SS5 to ing succeeded in the latter year by F.. W. G. Haul tain. He was born on Kfty 13. I860, the sixth Earl of Shannon. at the time of his (Kxuh was still a man. a large amount of 'tho personal 3rtl Sunday Matins. Othei Sun- property of Oliver, September days at 3.30 a.m. 1905. Judge Smith ordered a bench j Daily Matins and Evensong a1 warrant, issued and Remey will be nnd 7.30 p. m. brought back to the county jail to await trial. Necks Broken! ST. MARY'S MISSION. LEFT TOWEL IN ABDOMEN. The Operating" Surgeon Forgetful. Was Very A Lincoln despatch says: Misa Summers was Saturday reliev- ed of a towel which she had carried seVcd up in her abdomen for five uvxiks. whore it was forgot ton by surgeons in performing an operation for appendicitis. After the operation although the wound healed shi to recover, insisting that was something w thin1 the Cavity. Fin- ally surgeons drckled upon a second operaVlon and the was'foumi. She is expected to recover. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Evensong at 4..30 D. ni. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. J. E. Hughson, B.A., Pastor. Sunday 'services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School and Bible Class at p. m. Prayer Meeting. Wednesdays, at 8.00 p.m. Premier! It is the BEST. HERALD PTG. GO. AGENTS UrtKM Cms DKtcmpcr ADVERTISE IN TILE HERALD. 1 KXOX CHURCH, f Presbyterian.) Kev A. M. GoixSon, Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. re. Suirday School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Mooting every Wednesday evening at 8.0ft o'clock. BAPTIST TABERNACLE. Rev. Wm. Hcitl, Pastor. (Residence, Amos Harrison's. Sunday Services all 1.00 a. m. anti 7.30 p. m. Suoday School and Bible Class at 3 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday eroning at S.Oft o'cloclr. Indies' Aid Tuesday afternoon at 12.30 p.m. In previous years, and placed on the market during the holidays, and the same fate will befal ihe cull fowl this year. But the pure-bred stock will be arrayed in their beat plumage and placed on exhibition at the Lethbridge Poultry Show Next February. Ono of the ovcnis of Sunny Southern Alberta. y- ;