Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
>���+��������1 WE ARE N New Years, 1907 fiudson $ Bay Company LETHBRIDCE Our Liquor Hampers, as usual, will be of the beat, 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! I dot. Orange* I lb. Table Raisin. 6 Ibt. Applet I lb. Fancy Biscuits I box Bon-bons I lb. Mixed Null I tin Plum Pudding I bottle Native Port I bottle H. B. 7-year-old Rye AND HAVE HAMPER NO. 2--$5.00 I bottle H. B. C. 7-year-old; I bottle Brandy Rye ! I bottle Rum I bottle Sherry Wine I bottle Native Port I bottle J. Dcwar'a Scotch j 3 bottles Beer HAMPER NO. 3-$10.00 I bottle H.B.C. 7-yr.-old Rye I bottle Pale Brandy I bottle Pale Sherry I bottle Old Port I bottle Rum 1 bottle J. Dewar's Seoteh I bottle Burke's Irish I bottle Blackberry Wine 6 bottles Lager I box Imperial Cigars (25) Just Received a Carload of CANNED GOODS t And part carload of Evaporated Fruits, direct from California. Shipments have also arrived of Huntley & Palmers Fampus Biscuits and Harry Webb's Delicious Chocolates. 2 delivery rigs now. ~ Prompt delivery. WISHING ALL A PROSPEROUS* NEW YEAR. 2 ONE ASRE ON CHARLES STREET NEAR WESTMINSTER ROAD FOR ONLY $700. TEN* CHOICE LOTS IN RIVERVIEW FOR 93000. TERMS 91.46U WILL CLOSE THE DEAL. W.R DEALER IN Alberta Land* and Lethhridge Properties. Boom 1, Southard Block Phone 122. LETHBJUDGE, ALT A. DAILY THAI*' SERVICE. It is almost certain r >.en Now Year's, day from 10 a in. to 11 p.m. Services will be conducted by thu pastor at Wesley Church on Sunday, whet the following subjects will U-discussed. 11 am . "The Making of a Christian." 730 p.m., '"The Man Who Can stand Alonu Uay store at Macleod. was in tho city on Saturday He says things aro quite lively at Maclood IK- �\ -p?cts his new store will l*> cotnplft-ed in a couple of months. T- Stubbs has coinmencod the erection of a residence for Jos. Ashcroft at tho corner of Uonipas and Round Streets. It will i>* 38x40 au.l will coat about $3,000. It was Ikj a modern house in all respects Tho engagement in announced oi Miss Nellie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kenny, collector ol customs to Mr. T. II- Navin of Medi-. cine Hat. The marriage will take place In St. Patrick's Church on January ftth. Miss Darker, who has boon m C. D. Bowman's office for uuiuo time, left on Monday ior her homo m Cardston. It is not likely that alu- will return. Her sister cu.uk In iron) Calgary, where sho has been atter.d -ing Normal school on Friday night and remained hero until Monday. What might have been a serious accident, occurred in front of the Methodist church on Sunday afternoon, when a horse .took fright at an automobile by the side of the street, and the occupants of the buggy wore thrown out. Fortunately the mild weather had made tho centre of tba street a soft if unpleasant landing place, and no one was hurt. Rut a little more care on the part of own-era of automobiles may avert serious accidents. The death of the Earl of Shannon at MomacMy mansion. Cardiganshire Wales, removes a one time well known old-timer of this province. As Lord Boyle, the late Earl sat in tho old Northwest council for the Macleod district from 1885 to 1887.; icing succeeded ir. the latter year by F. W. U. Haultaln- He was bom on May 15, 1800. the sixth Earl of Shannon, and at the time of his death was atill a coinparablvelyyoung man. At a largely attended meeting of the Old Timor's held last evening it was decided to hold' their next annual bull and supper next month The following otllccr* were elected for the ensuing year: President-J ohn Kenny. V iie-l'ivs.-Win. Huiideriion. Sec -Tivas. -Fred Kenny. Executive CommitWv-J. I,. Stov-ell T. McN'ubb Sr.. W. Oliver; J.H. Iltvtvood; |l. .1. Whitney. l�o McN'ubb; tJeo. lloilk. D.-seronto. Dec. so.-"Hay View House" tho residence of Col. Rath bun. uu.s totaliy destroyed by lire this at'ternooi.. Contents were mostly save.i. Col. and Mrs. Rathbun were out of town Al.l\ E WITH REPTILES. t'OAL AT FORT WILLIAM, (Special to Herald.) Port William. Dec. 20-Tiler.! is now at thj head of tho lakes about oik' lnin.liol thousand tons oi coiu-iiierciul coul, eighty thousand tons of v hn'li ih stored at Canadian Purine docks in Foil 'William. All but very small |/ro|n>rtion of this is anthracite and is consigned to Winni -l>er men limits, llurii coal 'is lx*iatf shipped west at approximate rate! of nine hundred tons a day. Omaha. Neb, |ier I I - \ra actios, ili.tl heiv \esteiilu,\ . All hour tie fore her death two little cluiineloiiv ! Sti�> had liven in a hospital in Uuiuha for more than a year CHURCH DIRECTORY. BROKE INTO STORE. lupior department of the Hud-lluy Co was broken into last about eleven thirty o'clock, j The plate glass window was smashed ; and three bottles of whiskey taken. The son's niy lit CATHOLIC CHURCH. Sunday Sorvicos;- Low muss, 8 HO a in ; bi^'li ^iass, 11.00. vespers, 7 Itli p. m. Daily Services - Mans 0 30 a in. Father Van Tigtiein. ANOTHER CASE REMEY ACAIN'ST y ST AUOUSTINK'S CIHROH. (Anglitun ) We offer to all our Friends and Customers the Compliments of the Season! FRED GOW & CO. Successor* to the late \V. T. Menson Rev. J- S. Chivers. A.K.I', Rect jr. Rev. David Jonos, it. A . A.is'wta.it Matins at 11 00 a. in. Suuday School at .'1 00 p m. Evensong at 7.110. Celebration of Holy Coiiiiuuulou - si Sunday m the mouth. 8 a. m fiirmutloii. charging him with tak - iP'aln), and 11 a. m. (Choral.) in^ a larjfo amount of tlw personal $1*1 Sunday after Matins. Othci Hun-proper!) of Oliver, September 2U. ] lUofj. .liuigo Smith ordered a bench i Duily Matins and Kvensoug at P !*'! Helena, lv?c 22 - Camillc Frederick Reinuy, now sorvfng 10 years in the (H'tilientiary on tho charge of innn-slauglitvr. for tho killing f Wasson i Oliver, is to be trieemUon Although the wound healed slu failed to recover, insisting that thstv was something w thin' the cavity. Finally surgeons decided upon a second ope rat,-; on and the towel was found. Sho i.j expected to recover. days at 8.30 am. Daily Matins and Kvensoug at hi m. and 7.30 p. in. ST. MARY'S MISSION (Nu. 3.) dm,day School at 3.00 p. m. Evensong at 4.30 p. m. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rov. J. E. Hughson. B.A . Pastor. Sunday services at 11.'JO a ru. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3 p. in. Prayer Meeting. Wednesdays, at 8.oo p.m. Smith ' Premier! It is the 11EST HERALD PTG CO. AGENTS ADVERTISE IN THE HERALD. 1 KNOX CHURCH (Presbyterian.) Rev A. M. Gordon, Minister. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. iv. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m . Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening at 8.0(4 o'clock. BAPTIST TABERNACLE. Rev. Win. Reid, Pastor. (Residence, Amos Harrison's. ) .Sunday Services at 11.00 a. ui. ftnd 7.3D p. m. Snoday School and Bible Class at 3 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 Of* o'clock. Ladies' Aid Tuesday afternoon at ii.30 p.m. Necks Broken! In previous years, and plucotl on the market during the holidays, and the same fate will befal the cull fowl this year. But the pure-bred stock will bo arrayed in their best plumage and placed on exhibition at the Lethbridge Poultry Show Next February. - One of the bi� events of Sunnj^ Southern Alberto.. '