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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta and y New Year 0 We thank our many oustoinerri f( r the very libenil jjalronnge given tbis Btorc for tie year now closing iind trust tliat by a contmurtiire oii square (ionlinjjf nnd courtoou3 trcatraeiil, together witli a full supt'ly of deperiduble merchandise, the coQiiuj; yoar will prove u profitable one to our ^jatrons, aa well aa to ouiBclveu. Left-overs from Christmas trade wilJ be sold very cheap Left-overs in Neckwpar, Glovef,, Silk Kimonaa, Ladies' and Gents' Slippers. Fancy Linens, Cushions, Furs, oto. A Clearance of Odments Ends of Ribbons, Laces, Wrapperettes. Towellings, Prints, etc. Bargains all over the storo. A. Macdonald r> in Ferrol Emidsioii of Cod Liver Oil Will build up your system and enable you to throw off colds and lung trouble. $1.00 per botUe.  J. J. JOHNSTON Draggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Mra. C. A. Mniraih left this wosk on a visit to Montreal. B. Ki^-en of Cran'JrooU, spent New Ye�vr'8 with his fami.y h'are. Good general servant wantod. Ap -ply to Mrs. O. L. Vrooman. the worli of re-Qooring iha Bally R"iver bridge has been completed. F. W. Downer loavca Jlapla Ci'cnk on Stuturday on a trip to Englaii'l. Mies Taylor ot Tabor, has btwn the gUMt of Mrs. (Dr.) Campbell . Miss Pora Rogers is home from school at Toronto for the vacation "Cap." Johnson of M.-^tlicir.e Hat, ha� �gona to attend the races at Los AngeloB. W. Alc*�ii*on ot Boatt.ie and Alcli-iaon. Cranbrook, spent New Year's in the cRy. W. L. Mackic ot Pembrooko, Ont., brother of Col. Muckio, was in 1.110 city Atria week. Miss McClure htia arrivo.-I froM H�iniiHoii to take a positioti in C. B. Bowimn'a ofllces. � Andrev- NIven, C.P.R. conductor from Calgary i.-i spcndinE: n wxwkwiith relatives ir. the city. Fresh Arrivals for Cold Weather Genuine, Old-Fashioned Enr^Iisii Horehound Candy in spiral sticks. E.^cellent for coughs and colds. Also Licorice in large and small sticks. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Family and Dispensing Chemists The new City Council luoots Monday night. .T. K. jGraham has boon made cashier in the C.P.K. freight ofllces here. Ue coin�s from Macleod. Dr. McNally arrived in �iius chy from Torooito this week to assist Dr. Mt'wburn in his jjractica. Misses A. K. Cochran.?, Mary tVoir and M. M. John.ston have applied for posi'tions un the public school stafT. A. M. Ileppler went south last woav to accept his new position with Ihe O.P.U. ColonizatioT. Co. in Montana. TlKi children of St. Mary's Sunday Snho*'>l had a Christmas entertain -ment on Thursday night of la.st woek. AIi-.'j. llodder entertained her cla.'is of ho.v'.s In Kno.v Church Sunday Scnool at supper on Friday nipht last. C. .Johnson of the city water works depai'tnvent has tal:cn out a permit for a 82,000 residence on lioinpas Street. Chief Parry fell on the ioo at the curling rink on Thursday night last ,^nd broke his collar bono. Ifc is oble to l:� around again. The mow Rcho,-jl board organizes tomorrow night. Fro.-l Gow has installort two large furnishings now. Sid .Jackson is lieing niarrlcd Calgary to-day. Sehweitzer Uro.s. will now operate the Model Bakery. aiisses Crissie and Idtbcl McKay, of Cranhrook, sijent the New Year in the city. � E, 9. Martin, manager of the Bonk ot Montreal, Raynwcd, speat New Year'8 in the city. ' Miss L. Taylor, principal of the Taber School spent Naw Year's with Mrs. P. M. CampUU. The Piach�r Creek Ecbo reports that E. T. Saunders i� laid up with an attack of la grippe. C. K. Vahey left here on Tuosday ito tixkc up hl.9 rosldt-atoe in Macleod. Mrs. Vahey end children foliow^ed a tew days Ibter. A fine stock of PcniuKin'H IV�cu liti-cd uuderwenr, heavy weight. ju�t arrived at L. Keel's, the ca.sJi clothier. Oliver's block. The nowly elected oOloors of the Masonic lodge were Installod la.-*! Thursday by R. W. Bro. T- AIcNa�>b GraiMl Junior Warden. / O. W. Kerr of the O. W. Kerr land Co. is at the head ot a company which has pdrchaaed a quarter of a nulli'on acres of land in Texaa. W. Taylor of Weybwm, Sask.. who is entering the florist business here, has conviicnced the erection of gitsen-houses at the south end of ihi city. Miss M. Mearns who taught ot White's .jth -bridge to-night to decide the win -Tj,, ,\ �t ,1 ,. o r-, ,mrs 01 the DisUict Cup and the Js^L^^'T club Utat will ^pr^.^ the district i^iL , /'"f-t.the Calgary bonspiel. Uiing thcan to good ndvantagu in displaying ih.-ir many excelleot I'ines of goods T. E. Oakley, who has been acting agent, since J. Moe's departure, haa been appointed permanent C.P.R. agent here. Mr. Oakley is well liked Ors. Meu'burn and Galbraith di�-solved partnorvhip at tho fh-st of the j ...j,, ^ good" agent. Dr. Galbraith's ofllce is year. ur. tiaibraith's otilce is now locntcd at his residence on Burdolt St., lelephona r>S. \\m. Henderson ha.:^ plac*>d two powerful arc. liRhts in front of the Liothbridge hotel. .V few of tho sani^ sort of lifchty around the sln.'ets would be nppreciatixl. Mi,ss Ikjnnc-tt, si&ler of C. A' There was a very happy faiaily �?athering at Peter Ashcroft's on New Year's Day. It was the ocoas -ion of his first marriage anniversary and Mrs. Jas. Ashcroft's .53rd birthday. A very happy new year was spent 'at tiwj well-known Neidig Ranch, ''^""1 where a happy crowd enjoyed theiu-natt. ttr,r.-,ipieatol ip,,^y,^g ti,l a late hour. It was one 1..M..... . . , . ^^^^ dolighttul afCalra of the by Miss Klls r.^signation and b.Jgan her dutie-s thi.s week. Sertft. Spalding, Con.'st. Hiuuby and Con.st. Birciisl of tha Ijeihbridfee Division I{.jN'.\V..M.I'., have been trnns-ferred to Iteginivto take in spec i�I iustriiclion cla.ss.m. V. (;. Younghustaand of Lethkridge, winter. Mis-g .\gao3 Hargrave and .J. W, !Whitfield were married on Christmas D.iy by Rev. David Joines at Bum-side ranch, the residence of M. C. JfcKcnzie. R. Hnrgravo was beat man and Miss Clara Winehostcr was A Iberia, a former iv.sident of Pboo-j bridesmaid. ni.x, spent Christmas here. Mrs. ., . . ..... v,,moi,,�). ,^ 1 , , .^ftcr receiving a report about the 1 oungliiisband Uavtng beer Ontario men but bav� been living in Montana for some time. The CmobrOok Herald Says: Dr. Rivers and wife, ot Raynnond, Alberta, ana the gucsta of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mill. Mrs. Rivers is a sister ChriS'tmas day wifh his liroLher-in- , of Mr. Hill and the doctor is one of law, Mr. H. W. McRenney.-Kdtnon - | the leading physicians ot Sottthom ton Bulletin. SWIFT'S HOIKS, bacon ono Fresh Shipment received to-day. Car of Baker Barb Wire Now on track. Get our price before buying. Car of Raymond Flour just placed in stock, - Our price is right. Raymond Sugar. ~ None better. T�lcphoAerienco in the hanM .iwi- ueas will be in charjfe. Dr. P. W. Tullcr of Lothbridge, Alta.. who was married to Mlsa Edith Whitney, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. WhUney, Ijothbridgie by Rev. A. M. Gordon on Dec. 17th passed through the city yesterday on th� way to Madoc, Ont., Dr. Tullcr's old houuo, where a part of the lionej--moon will be spent.-Toronto Olobe. Christmas entertainments that were well attended and greatly tn-joyed were held at Finlay's .School House, White Lake School and Rose Butte's School. The aettlcrs of the.'i'e comnumitics gatbcrod aud spent tho afternoon and evening in a real delightful manner. Refre^.h -ments were served and progrannmos ! contributed. The Femic I'rcio Press sayn: A deal i."! on by which tho United Mint* Workers of America will take charge of the Pernio liHlger. Particulars of the transaction are not obtainable at present but ft Is tmdcrstood fivat je committee appointed by Di.�l will soon be consummated, probably early ir. tho coming a.ok. The proximity of tho provinri.il flections may have its influence In h4s-twiag th� vansfar. Mrs. W. C. Iviphardt was suddenly called home oii Saturday by a tple-gram telling of the serious illnosfs of her mother, whose home is in To-rotto. Mrs. Palmer, who i� teaching in the Dutch settlement northwest of here, spent a portion of her .holidays iu the city visiting her brothor-in-law,- Wm. Botaford. New carpot is being laid on the pulpit platform and about the com.-rounlon rail In Wesley Church. Matting is jalso being laid ifi tho aisles. When completed it will add greatly to the in^rlor view of the Church. The Epworth League is having the work done. Tho Edmonton Bulletin i-efers as follows to a former Lethbridge lady. Mrs. John Hart, wife of the proprietor of the Maraiggi Cafe haa been seriously ill for,some days. Tl� doctors have decided that an operation is necessary and shc will be token to the hospital tho first of tiw week. Settlers living, in the district east of Macleod. claim tliat a rcpreseivtat-ive of the C.P.R. visited that part recently arranging for tho purchase of the right-of-way for the proposed niw line between Mac.ood and Lethbridge. .\ town, it is stated, willho started at or near Rockj' Coulae, now a thickly .settled centre. Geo. Houk wanted another feast of bulTalo meat., so when he saw at Kaiiapell', ha oidered 25 pounds some of the real stulT offered (or sale and it arrived hare in time for him to ti^'at his friends New Year's day. It was a great feast tliey had. It was the first buffalo meat eaten in Ijcthbridge since 1882. The service at Wesley churcli on Sunday evening was brigman-'d by good inu.sic. The hxmns were sung with much fervour bj' a ftoi.> i si^.o congregation. An onthein. ' t-ij liiat Abideth" was well rendered. .V teaa-liiul solo, ".Just As I \m" uas suap by Miss Huilt. of Macleod. whosu well trained voice was heard to eicliui-.t advantage. Tl>a children of Wt. .\ugu�lin'8 Sunday School had a .real good time at Oliver's hall on Saturday evening. Supper was served and then each pupil waa miadc the secipient of a present. Oantes were plej'ed but a programme was not given as most, of ths young people are preparing for "Cinderella" which is to be given during this month. At Weuley Church on Sunday special New Year services will be held, when the pa.�tor will preach on the following subject.s: 11 a. "A Psalm for the New Year." 7.30 p. m. "The,Power of Purpose," a special sermon for everyone and especially for young men. At the close of the evening service, a covenant and sacramental service will be held. Watch night service was hold in Wesley Church Monday night. Old familiar hymns were sung intersper-ted with prayer and addresses. W. Jordan gave an address on "The Old Year" nnd O.D. Austin followed with an address on "The New Year" As tho midnlghthour dre�- near tha audience bowed in silent prayer and So passed across the invisible lino that separatad 1906 from. 1907. WilHom Tajior, foreman of the Spencer cattle ranches in Canada, left the city yesterday after a iwoek'a v.sit for Floi�nce, Mont., where ho will 'be married next Thursday to Miss TowTisend, fornwrly a nurse at Columbus hospital. After the wedding Mr. Taylor and bride will go for a month's trip tov coa.'�l points, including Sen Francisco, Los Angeles San Dii.'go and Seattle -Great Palls Tribune. The Baptist Sunday School held its Christmas entertainraont last m'eek. The following twys and girls gave an e.\c,Dller.t programme and delighted the audience with their sing-'ing, reciting, otc: Margaret Smith, Gladstone, Katlileen and Francis Virtue; Harold, Edna and Josio Rej-nolds; Fred and Olive Williams; R. and SSena Pipes and Kenneth Gaul. Every scholai; received a presemtfrom the tree and the whole audience had an abundance of apples, orongos and nuts, etc. There is a daring burglar about Ui� city at presei^t. Last n-eek we reported that the Hudson's Bay Co. was broken Into by somebody with a sitrong thirst and several txyttlca of whiskey stolen. Geo. Houk was visited some timie Now Year's morning. A window in the front of the stoi* was smashed end nine bottles of whiskey taken out. The police wci-e at the. other end of Round St. at tho time and did not learn of tho burglary until they passtxl the stoix) some time later. It is believed the same individual conumitted both deeds, The Raytnond Chronicle ,'iuys: Ray Knight says that Mr. Mulii^s is authority for tho statement that the Salt Lake Syndicate which bougiit tlic Coclirare Ranch has made pay -mcntf'in full for that property. It is not Battle tog room, library, tittiog roon kitchen or bed rooiD,,w� have it in all gradee and at alaibat any price. But no matter how small the price our gbodaium not the flimsy, fall-apart sort, they are honestly made ahd solidly put together. Come in and look through our Furniture stock. It coat* nothih|r to look, and onr asles" men wiU be pleased to show you through. BRODIE & STAFFORD i-i/./A/j''. A New Year RevelaHDn lilt vvUt tK to you if you look at i or our model bathrooma wbsra �ra h^itve put lb iuias, waattataDda. sImw-ers and other fiztuiwi aitd UiMliUtm for claaalUkMs and comfort. Wanaka th� luxur; of bathing a naeiMlty and an e^'aryday deligtot at Uula cost. Ask us faovr Utile. C. W. GRAY BMW REAL ESTATE Residential lott from |S9 �p to $100. These are well located, and on easy teims. 1 6-roomed dwelling, $700-9300 cash, bal. monthly paymeats 1 6.roomed dwelling.................................IWO 1 S-roomed dwelling, modem, with stabling, to rent Deo. lit. Fire and Life Insurance Live Stock and Indcouilty Insurance insures against all diseases or accidents in Cattle or Horses. oJoToTr'ToTo'oTiXoTo'o'iToToToTn'rT^^^ New Years Ideas G. H. Johnston invites inspection of Fur Mu�fs, Collarettes, Boas, etc. Fancy Collars, Kimonas, Dressing Gowns, Piano Drapes. G. H. Johnston. Jo�. Dobbs, proprietor of the Union Hotel, Tabor, fell and brok* two ribs last week. The CardwtOK Star Says: Mr. WUl Ytiung nas in town on Honday from Lethbridge. Mrs. ^\>ur.g is in the Lethbridge Hospttat having uoder-gono an operation. Mr. Your.g returned on tho same train to Leth -bridge. Piles got quick relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointmant. Remember its made alone for Pillos- and it works with certainty and aatistac -tion. dtching, painful, protruding, or blind piles disappear iik)'uly in which be wVAY IN THE PASS .1. J. Hill announces that he will retii-e from the presidency 'of the Grout Northern on July 1^ neat. Hii son, IjouIs Hill, will succaod him. ADVERTISE IN TBS HERALD. (Blairmore Tiwee.) The ilrst of the week ttte Pass was visited by S. Earl Van dc Bee, of St. Zi0t�is, who, is here in tba interests of eaatem capitalists looking the local situation over with a view of putting in a tramway system in the Pass. Mr. Van d� Sec waa well pleased with the posfftbiliiios of the Pus and its fitttire outlook, and said he woti!(l r.->cr.)Tunend hie attsociatoa to fMCurc a franchise and put in a tramway at ouca. As iha Vagiitlmivrt)': meets next mointli-he will try t� cur* a franchiM.at tMs SMetpBi , 4 ;