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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta N, V? 'MMU.JJ-'" T Noith Siar Lodge. No. 4, G, K. A. held its annual banquet on Wednesday overling last- at the Lembridge hotel. Over fifty j Masons enjoyed the all'nir and .Mine Host- Henderson was warmly com- plimented on the excellent spread lie placed bo fore his guests, At'tei The author of this the '-O'd Hoss" Mi-Nabb. Our irrand installing oilici-r with Jl k'it'r of Put a ritual bo. for i' him or a beef- steak you bet: He can down ii lie was never stuck as yet. Let us bow brother n revert-nct-. who have to oi'r passed away, nd ti toast to thosr brothers, who are not io-dav; CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Siuulay Low mass, S..'iO a. m.; high mass, 11.00.; vespers. 7.30 p. in. Daily Mass a. in. rather Van Tkbem. ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH. (Anglican.) Rov. J. S. Chivers, A. K. C., Rector. David Jones, U.A., Assistant. (I You had some new Furniture and you had bettor commence the New Year with it. "Whether it is for Parlor, Dining Room, Library, Kitchen or Bedroom. have it iu every i grade, and at almost any price. We display some pretty pieces in our windows, but you must come inside the store to see a full variety. o s one o the elan: Now with the Tylei, "Happy meet, sorry to part. Happy meet attain. p. in. (in- iivLi juTf Matins at 11.00 a. in. the banquet, a toast" list, not too j A toast to our host who School at 3.00 p. long and not loo short, was gone1 "r Kvensong at 7.30 p. i through, rousing songs interspers- ing the speeches. W. Bro. Geo. Kerr. Ai. as chairman kept things moving and oir'erol the first toast of the evening ;'To the King and Craft'' which was greeted with ihe singing of "God Save the in Origin of Fall Wheat. F. W. Clodsai, of Cow ley. loiter to t-iu? Calgary Herald, says: As fall wheat has become the Celebration of Holy to 1st Sunday in the muntb at 11.00 to j a. in. J3rd Sunday after Matins. Other Sun- j days at- 10.30 a. m. Daily Matins anil Evensong at 9.3d a. m. and 7.30 p. ui. in a King.'' Mr. Wallace ofl'ercd the }he LodSe of Bros. McN abb and Scott source of wealth in Southern Aj i I made good speeches in reply. berta, it is of interest to {nice the Kev. J. S. Chivcrs eulogi.ed origin of its before the! the new master in proposing facts pass into oblivion. In tile' ST. MARY'S MISSION (No. 3.) Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. at 4.30 p. in. a cnfh: for i hi! W. E. Hay, of Strathcona.is the new principal of the Medicine Hat, public school A. D. McKerrich- cr. of Woodstock. Ont.T is his suc- cessor at Stratlu-ona. Fcrnie pays its fire brigade as follows: for each practice run the George Rogers LUMBER I Freight'Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices -YARDS AT- ETHBRIOGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING, TABOR, It Will Pay You" To Sec Our ock Before Buying'Elsewhere. _cloth. upon us then let loose: With a yard or two of jjoinled talk, which proved he was no goose. CHORVf. eidham to'd us of the Order wo all revere and like, gcniai ?.M was lioanl from with a letter from Bro. Svkrs: P. D.D.G.'M. John D. will idl j "you that, Order right, hile (T. Korr asks you alK to riltend meelings better Mon- day-nights. CHORUS. Look at our new J. W. the local ad- vertiser of fame. Let us hope for our refreshments, he'll prove to be game: Not like our past junior whose set- upcaused a frown: So we boosted him, and placed him where the sun goes down. CHORUS each: for cacti fire the chief. SO. the firemen. SJ> each. Central Bo Shoe Store W. T. HENSON, Lethbriclge, Alta. -FOR- High Class Confectionery Try some of our Gflace Fruit, and Xut, Candy. Malaga Grapes. Pears. .Oranges and Snow Apples A VARIETY" OF Choice Apples BY THE BOX J, W, Kean Co Building If Material rEeal Estate and Insurance Agent W. Henderson, Proprietor The largest and b-st equipped hotel in Sou Ihe rn Alberta HEADQUAUTEUS FOR COMMEItCIAL MU WMHN IN urn IE STOP AT Tilli BALMORAL 1 ID! J Ne; fine dininsr room and best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSON, PHOPRfETOR STOVES AT C We will olfer for BO days only all Heating Stoves at cost marked in plain figures. Cold blast Lanterns. Erg. 81.00, 'r.v XMAS. PR BSE: NTS Such as Silver Knives. Forks. Spoons. Carvers in cases. Razors. Jack-knives, Skates and Silver Tea KfUlcs at Lowest prices' Small 22 Cal. Rifles, regular for SEE WINDOW DISPLAY AT V Houk's New E csn you with and j Doors, Window asid Door Office, Bank and House Fittings, i FINISHED LUMBER TURK j INGS OF ALL KINDS j Clear and common lumber on hand Quotations promptly given on j application j CRAMSROOK MONKY TO LOAN Marriage Licenses Issued OFFICE: FIRE HALL ADD'N of !vcst Office Sash Door Factory CRANBROOK. B, C j IE your're on the W. W. and 1 someone snys. "Have j always dernnnd a "Lcthbridge Beile." It's a good smoke, and it's home manufacture. 5tf I i natters Honk is -ivcd than ever to cvjtr i now staivi in to his growing tradi; at old Dry GiTOfls Kmixiri by G. IT. Johnston. Nothing hut the purest brands of CIG LIQUORS and WINES kept on hand. HOUK ;