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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 0) ktiiiiriagc. o 0) 11$ Certainly Clme You had some new Fnrnitiirp aid you liail betfor i-oiiiinoiiee tlu' New Year with it. Whetlu'i- it is for Park)!-. l/)inii)i^ Rooin, Library, Kitchen or Bi-drroui, ha\e it in every grade, and at almost nny inivv. We disphiy some pretty piccts in our wiiulows. but you nuist come inside the store lo see a full variety. & STAFFORD TELEPHONE NO. r -FOR AL!. KKXDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. | PICHE & MIR jN 1 Cbe Bote FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODA RON THE TRAVELING PUBLIC  EXCELLENT CUISINE BATiiS HOT AND COLD VMTER % RATES .$1 H!) A n.VY | z LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA: p. BURNS &; CO. WHOLESALE A^D KE'J AlL MEAT MERCHANTS LAKGEST BUYERS AND SHIPPERS OF LIVE STOCK IN THE NORTHV/EST LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA TELEPHONE 91 HEAD OFFICE, . CALGARY SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &c. LETHBRIDGE AND CARD5TOX Lethbridge OfHce, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property w. n. pJMMOsa, B a., CroWD*Prosei:u:. r C v Beju^ett. B. a. The Palace Stables J. McB. SHIVELY, Prop BEST HORSES AND RIGS Dri /ers for any part of the district HORSES FED AT REASONABLE RATES PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the district. FRED HOPniNS, PROP. photos Hammond Bros. Photographers To advertise their fine and up-to-date Portraits, will _ give Free Sittings To an who call THIS MONTH. No Money To Pay at the time of sitting. If you don't like them when finished, don't pay for them. HAMMOND 5ROS. BRIGHT and SPARtlLING Win-^s for the elaborate fciinqutl c ; tbe simple fatnHy repa-it can be ordered (rem lis vriih ilie r.f.riaio'f ihnt tLe qiiallty wl'.l be M-^b ami ihe p: ice ui.iitcrdlc. Our F,re,igii and Doine.stlc Wii rs re i-.er. d frem the He't greener"; boai' and at b' m :. Tlu-.sf arc a fev of the Interei'.li'.fT iirTr.s: Iin-V>->r'e etwinnl made a liajJ-py speech in reply to this toast too. L'ouiiletl with tlie toast to the new membeis" were the names of Bros. Moore, Cockle ami llarrep. Hro. llardie iiit rorhieeil the toast of The Laiies" and it wasgrt.'.'t �(} ill roya' elyle. Follow-iiigtliis The Host" was remember-'d m a iia'.teriiig iii;i!ii!er antl Bro. Henderson, niatle a neat blieech in respMiise. The musical ])rogniiinue deli^hi-etl the gathei'ing. It included selections by Bros. C'lii\-ers, C'un-ingiiam. llam)[) .Juiinston. Hings and Cheny, The newly iiiatalh'd ol'icers of tiH'lodge are txeo. Kerr. W. M.: F. W. NViillnce. 8. W.; t;. 11. -hjlui-sion. ). W.;.) ,11. FI>'abb Conn. .Scott., Fleetwood, Hardie. Mesner, Chivers. Whitnioro and Belcht.'r. iiuch merriment was occasioned by tin? rendition of the following song, composed by one of the lodges prouiineut members, Mr. Mc-iS'abb. Tin; second to the last verse was addt^d by Rev. J. S, Cliivers, iinknov.-n to Mr. McNabb and titled in splenditlly withthe spirit of the song. Tu :e -I herc'a br: a hoi time in the old tiiwij io-nighi. We all came to this nx:cption, for a royal time to-night, Which yon win at all the banquets given by the Masonic Kite, There was plenty food, the kind was goal, the wine wa.s out of sight. The jokes though few, were all liran new, and gave us much delight. CHOKU.-^. When you get all the three degrees. Of course you'll have all the signs, and keys; Then you can wear the jewel, if you please, For there's a hot time in the old town to-night. After start! tig up the speeches. Master Chivers gave way, And the chair was ably occupied by genial brother Kerr, Called on Fleetwood the al^jhabeti-cal, who just as usual sinned: By relating a new story about the kids, and beans, and wind. C'HOiiU.S. Then by Hardie of black diamond fame, a few witty words were said, Followed by Ex. Chaplain Mc- Killop %vho has proved a good' old head: After Hnghson our memh(!r of the cloth, u'pon us then let loose; With a yard or two of jioinled talk, which proved he was no goose. CIIORrB. Neidh.im told us of the (>rder we all revere and like, ritigh Kicott genial P.M was heard from v.-ith a letter from Bro. Sykes; P. D. D Ci. M. John D. will tell ' you tliat the Order is all right, ^Vlulo Ct. Kerr asks you all, to attend meetings better Mon-day-uights. UHOIiUR. Look at our new J. W. the local advertiser of fame, Let us lioiDe for our refreshments, he'll prove to be game; Not like our past junior whose set-upcaiised a frown; So we boosted him, and placed him where the sun goes down. CHORUS The author of ti;'s romid -liiy the g(v,vi �(I'd Moss" ^u�x.�lb^). ( bir gr;iliii ii.staiiini; eiacer with t us boiv in reveieiiee. lo eer brothers who have pas^*e^l away, ' And a totist to those In'olliers, I who are not here to-d.ay; ' A toast to our host '(ilask(>y " wlui ! is one of the clan; Now witli the Tylei. - Hapiiy to meet, sorry to part. Ilapjiy to meet again. CHURCH DIRcCTORY. C.ATIIOLK.' C'llUKCII. .Sunday Services.- [,o\v iiu'.sR, S.au a, ni.; b'.c;h mass, 11.(1(1.; xe.sper.s, 7.;5U p. in. D.iily .Ser\ ifc.s-:- M.i.ss (i,30 a. 111. rather Van Tighoin. Origin of Fall Wheat. F. W. (iodsal. of Cowley, in a Iett(>r to the Calgiiry Herald, says: I As fidl wheiit has bt>come the chief source of wealth in Southern Alberta, it is of interest to irtice the origin of its growth here, liefore the ' facts pass into olilivion, .In the late fall of ISSH. Francis Wallock moved to Albert.-i from Manitobti, settlina: about two mili^s west of i Pincher Creek. Previous to ixim-ing, he had visited his brother in Ontario, who gave him a few eai^s of White Clawson Wheat out of his field to look at. anil Mr, Willock put them in his jiocket and Ihonglit no more about them. The follow-ing year, finding the grain in his Ijocket, he thought he woukl try [ them in his garden. They catneup well but were a.lniost e;ileii down by something-, the reniiiiderdiil so well that they were used for a liirger Ijatch next yettr, and so on until enough was gro-.vn on ti liirger sctile. The tTeruuin settlers near Pincher Creek were tl'.e next to use .\tr. Willock'sseeil. the:i Mr. C. K'ettlcs. Mr. Morden and . others. The samjile inipro\ed by being grown up here and reniaineil very pure, ;ind is now the best ftiU wheat in the counlry. Since those early tlays through the years of drought, wel setisons and '.vindy falls, ehiiiuoks and winter storms, sprinu- tlli^^vs and free/.iii'TS. fall whi;it h.a.-^ ne-, cf jfailevlin the t'incher Creek disl rict. ST. ,\UOUSTlNICS cm 1�'H, (Anglican,) R�v, J. S, Chivers. .\. K, C, Uotlor. Ftev. David Jones, B.A,, Assl.stanl, Sumlays:- Matins at U.OO a. m, Sunday School at 3.00 p. in Kvi-nsong at 7.30 p. ni. Celebration of Holy Comniiinion:- , 1st Sunday in the montli at 11.00 ' a. ni. (Choral). i 3rd Sunday after Matins. Other Sun-I days at 10.30 a. m. ! Daily Matins and Evensong at 9.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. ST. MARY'S MISSION (No. 3.) Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. I Evensong at 4.30 p. m. , WESLEY METMOniST CHURCH. ! Rdv. J. Ct. Hughson, Pastor. ; Sunday services at 11.00 a. m. a�d ' 7.30 p. nn. Sunday School and Bible Class at 1 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8.00 ' p. m. : Epworth League, Fridays, at 8.00 i p. m. KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Rev. A. M, Gordon, Minister, Sunday Services at 11,00 a, ni, 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. Patlley, Pastor. ; Sunday Services at 11.00 a- m. and 7,30 p. m. Sunday .'school at 3,00 p, ni. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8,00 o'clock. Sewing Circle Wednesday afternoons at 3.00 o'clock. Mi.ssionary meetings, 1st and 3rd Fridays in month. it i.* O I and Confectionery Including Fancy Biscuits and Plum Pudding in tins I ABSO ('.\R OF--- Aimer Canned Goodsancl 1 General Groceries. StocK Complete in Ail Lines. I CAR or RATOONDFLOUR 1 Bran, Shorts and ChlcRcn Wheat, B. & K, Relied Oats, etc. Cbe Benti VV JI al of the Medicine Hat pttblic school A, D, iMcKerrich-er, of Woodstock, Out,, is his successor at Strathcona. Fernie pays its fire brigade as follows: for each practice run the assistant chief, S'h the firemen Si.-50 each; for each lire the assistant chief, (), the firemen, 13 each. We al.so carry a Corn-^ plete line of : : : I CONFECTIONERY | A Trial So ioited James MacdonaU .VRCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Street. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Central Bo. i&Shoe Store W. T. HENSON. Pr old Dry Goods b]iiipcn'ium, formerly occnjiied by G. H. Johnston, Nothing luit tlu' purest brands of CIGAES, LIQl'ORS and WINES kept on hand. GBO. HOUK innagnQOannnggnggngDDaabaDQQDnnnrinnrinnnP ;