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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta z Bright and Wo thnnk our many customer!! fciiig married In Calgary la-day. Schweitzer Bros, will now opera to the Model Bakery. Misses CWssle and Kthol McKay, of Cmnbrook, spent the New Your In the city. \ B. 9. Martin, managi'i- of -the Bank of Montreal, Raymond, spent New Vear's In the city. ' Miss L. Taylor, principal of the Tabor School spent Naw Year's with Mrs. P. M. CumpUll. Tho Pincher Crock Echo reports that E T. Saunders is laid up with Jan attack of la grippe. I C. K. Vahey loft hero on Tuesday 1 to lake up his residence In Macleod. jMrs. Valicy and children followed a I few clays lhter. I A fino stock of Poniuun's floeou lin-i�*d underwear, heavy weight, just ' (arrived ot L. Kohl's, tho cosh clothier. Olivit'8 block. Mrs. \V. C. Tjiphurdt was suddenly called homo or. Salnnla.y hy a telegram lulling of tho serious illness of her mother, whose home In In Toronto. Mrs. Palmer, who is . Motsford. New carpot is boing laid on the pulpit platform and about the communion rail In Wesley Church. Matting is yalao tolas laid in tho aisles. When completed it will add greatly to tho Interior view of tho Church. Tho Epworth. League Is having the work done. Tho Edmonton Bulletin refers as follows to a former Ij>thbridge lady: I Mrs. -John Mart, wife of the proprietor of tho Maraiggt Cafe has been | seriously ill forborne days. Tlw doc-i tors have decided thai un operation J l� n->cfisury and she will be taken to The " nowly elected ofllcors of tho ' Uie hospital tho first of Uie week. A. Macdonald Ferrol Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil Will build up your system mid enable you to throw off colds and lung trouble. $1.00 per bottle. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Mrs. C. A. Mngrath lt-ft th.s week on a visit to Montreal 11. Nlvcn of Crnnbmol:. spent N�w Your'a with his faint.y here Good general w�rvunt wanted Ap -ply tc Mrs. O 1. Vrouinan The work of re-flooriug the I'.-'lly River bridge has been completed Fresh Arrivals for Cold Weather G vn ui ae. Old - Fash ione Council wc-ts Moii-dny night. .1 K. ((irahani ha* been mudej cashier in the CI' it. fivlght oflUv-H hen., lie comes from Maclcod. Pr McVally arrived in tin city iron) Toronto this week tci unsi'il Pr Mewl.inn in his pracllco. Misses A K. Cochran-. Mary and M. M. Johnston haiv u;>p!isl F. W. Downer leave* Muple Civ.'k ; f,,r positions on the publie school on Saturday on a trip to Kaplan i Mies Taylor of Tal'er. h.�s 1. a the gueat of Mih (Dr i Campi-ell Miss Dora llotjeis is h >mo from chool at Toronto for tlu vin-ntiun "Cop." .luhnson of M-'dicii.e Hat, has Ron* to ultrial tbu i.v.-h at Los Angeles. W. Alchiiion of Ileal tie nnd Atchison, Crunbrook. spent New Yt'ar's in tbo city. W. L. Macklo of lVinbrooke, Ont , brother of Co) Muck.'e. w�i in 11�� city tWa weak. Miss McClure ht. i.ri.vcl from Hamilton to take a position In (' 0. Bowmnn's oflio'.- ' Andrev N'iv.n, (' r II run ha*;or from Calgary hi Kpc �� w.�:kwiih wlattvcs ir. tlv c.ty The new board organizes to- | morrow night. \ I'ivnI Hons ha� iu.',t alli>iJ two lunje and e\|)ensi\i' silent salesmen in hiK (tore. '1 h-y vnabl� him to show hi* 1 line stock of liool.s and shoes The ,A Macdoi.ald A. Co. now pos- ' se-s sji.-u low; .'.h.,vv windows an.l are � iibinn tlatn tu (;ood advantage in 1 riijc tb if many exivlloot lines: of goody ] Pis Mewlnira and (lal.iratth (lift - I s- ilv,d part ner.hip nt th> 1ir*t of the | year. t�r Cialbraith's olllco is now | located u r,:\ I Will H; llvlel'Soli 'mi plaeisl i h ml leai-hinr; stn!T v.-imIl-.I bv iliss Klis resiKaation and ifftrni h'-r ilut ics this week. Sergt. Sp.ill iii'.. Cotl-t. H'Ui'.by and i'i n:.t. Ilit.ii'l of th> L..-! hiu-idi e i'Misien ll.S W.M ] , have PL--i Weir j tran � f.-rit d to I{"gm.t to taKe ,ri +-r inl ui-li'ie:t ii n classes. V. (.' \ nuii^li'islialid of Jyctlil rid^e. Masonic lodge wore installed hurt ThuiwJuy by It. W. Hro. T McNa*l>b Orand Junior Warden. / O. W. Kerr of the O. W. Kerr land Co. is at the head of a company which has purchased a quarter of a million acres of land In Texas. W. Taylor of Wcyburn, Sask., who is entering the florlat business hone, has commenced the erection of greenhouses at the south end of tho cHy. Miss M. Mourns who taught at's school lft�t t�nn passed through the city on Friday on hot-way to her new school near l.acom*)c ('has. Oidlcy, a young Englishman, who conducted a market garden j south of the city, ordered 35 pounds some of the real stulT offered for sale and H. arrived hero in time for him lo hJ.i friends Nev Year's day. It was a great feast thoy had. It in It is Certainly Time YOU HAD SOME New Furniture! And you had better begin the New Tear with it. Whether it it for parlor, dining room, library, sitting room kitchen or bed room, we hive it in nil grades and at almost any price. But no matter how small the price our goods are not the flimsy, fall-apart sort, they are honestly mad* and solidly put together. Come iu and look through our Furniture stock. It costs nothing to look, and our salesmen will be pleased to show you through. BRODIE & STAFFORD i was tha first buffalo moat eaten Ijethbridg^ since 18S2. Tlic service ut Wesley church on ' Sunday evening was hrignton \l !iy j  good music. Tha hymrw were sung j with much fervour by a ft.'..* I .uuc o j c A very huppy new year was sihW at the well-known N'oidig llancb. where n happy crowd enjoyed Uit-iu-s-lves with singing, dancing atrtloard advantage TIki children of S>t. Augusitln'e Sunday School had a .real good thilo at Oliver's hall on Saturday evening. Supper was served and then each pupil vaa truade Uie ceciplent of a present. 0antes woru played but a programme was not given as most, of tho young people are preparing for "Cinderella" which is to be given during this month At Wesley Church on Sunday special N-.-w Year services will be held, when 4he pastor will preach on the following subjects It a. m. "A Psalm for the New Yeur " 7.30 p. in. "The.Power of Purpose," a special sermon for everyone and especially for young men. At the close of tho evening service, a co\v.iiant C. W. GRAY REAL ESTATE Residential lots from $53 up to $100. These are well located, and on easy terms. and playing till a late hour. It was one of the most delightful affairs ot tho j sacramental son ice will bo held ttlr,tor j Watch night service was hutd in i Miss Ae-n..'s Margrave and .1 W. Wtsley Church Monday night. Old Wh;Ui.ld were married on Christmas fani,liar hymns were sung (ntersper-i'.'.v by Il�'v. David Jones at Hurn- lj.vd with prayer and addresses s ;!.|i h -re lor a week or two -I'hoeuix 1'ioliis.r The le'iiatae foal Co Imvp a cOB-t'racl to supply a Ctilgnry firm witli 1*10 t,;n-* of their lire day every day. The coinputiv Will iiislal $7."),-�>C0 piant at' lo make Ihv I.nek Thj ball to have l.een given m.�ii und Miss Clara Winchester was ' lui.le.jriu.d. After receiving a report about thu miiutiu .lion of mus'ic and kindergar-l� n diiiurtim-nts from tho principal, th.- sehoul board decided to write to sehools, whure these classic ojtlst, and been re information as to tile muungouumt ami cost .). A. Muir, who located at Coul-dut. �om� months ogo, arriv�>d with W (Jordan gave un address on "Tile lokl Year" nnd O.D. Austin followed 1 6-rootned dwelling, $700-1300 cash, bat. monthly paytneats 1 6-roomed dwelling.................................HKW 1 S-roomed dwelling, modern, with stabling, to rent Dec. 1st. with an address on "The New Year" As tho inidulghthour drev near tbo audienie bowod in silent prayer and so passed across the Invisible lino that SL'parat.Hl 1UO0 from 1907. William Taylor, foreman o( the Spencer cattle ranches in Canada, U�ft the city jv-stordny after a week's v.sit for l-'loivnce, Mont., whore ho will be married next Thursday to Mi*s Townsend. lornwrly a nurse at Fire and Life Insurance Live Stock and Indemnity Insurance insures against all diseases or accidents in Cattle or Horses. oToToTo'oTO'o'oToTOlo? ![email protected] �At family th.s wwk. His brother, iColumbus hospital. After the wod- C Johnson of the city water works d..| artmtnl has taken out a permit for a )?2,000 rebideiu � on lkunpan Slrcvt "y'hls m�s. l.oKets last ,,Kht has Ihvu Nvm. 0. Muir 1S u|So Ullirl( lip his[ m.d S.sitHe -Ureal Palls h '* K * Tho Cmnbrook Herald Says. Dr. ' Tribune. Mr Charles Mil., ot U-thluulj.-.., I'lvcrs and wife, of Iluymond, Al- J The liaptist Sunday .School held ci.,.f iv.rrv f,.ii ... .�, . B,K' his hOI>- Mr c.e.i M,ir. ,of the lerta. ura th* gut-Eta of Mr. and Mrs. its Christmas entortainmont last cur ,K ro 'lZs �aul-jvar They will conduct ar. up-to-date business ami will employ only New Years Ideas G. H. Johnston invites inspection of Fur Muffs, Collarettes, Boas, etc. Fancy Collars, Kimonas, Dressing Gowns, Piano Drapes. G. H. Johnston. Joa. Dobbs, proprietor of the Union Hotel, Tabor, fell and broke two Evory scholar, received a presontfrom 1 ribs lait week. tho tree and the whole audience had ) t'ardstor. Star Says: Mr. Will jl. Jan abundance of apples, orangos and Young was in town ou Monday from KjinutB, etc. | Loth bridge. Mrs. Vour.g la in 'the ! There is a daring burglar about Lothbrldge Hospital having under- jtlve city at present- Last week we'gone an operation. Mr Yovtr.g re- n � rw o . , i reported that tho Hudson's Bay Co. I turned on tho same train to L*-th - P W Tuller of l^lhhr^. \^ torokcn |nto by wlu, |bridgo ith Whitney, youngest daughter ol r.'^l 7, r , n ..u^waJ ,'"0" ^ ^ ^ Mr and Mrs - ' " ..... ! o( w�lskey wolen. Geo Houk was, Snoop's Magic Ointment Remember the most ekllled vorkrrwn. V ; IJiner of Calgary, who has hud years experience in the hani, jurl-uesa will ha In charge. i | Dr. 'MUx.. who was married to Misa Hd- j ft ftlrong lhlr8l mii KVcn{ it I of whiskey stolen Geo Houk was j loop's Magic Ointment U. Whitney. I^othbrkdgo , visllotl tiuu, Nl.w Year's morn- jt8 TOalle ttlon�; (or mios- and by ltev. A. M. Gordon on Dec. 17th|jjjg A wl,11 iL-arn of the i Chrotnias entortainmontN were well attended and greatly that huralary until they puMv-isi tho wtoiv in-'some time later It is believed tbo Car of Raymond Flour just placed in stock. - Our price is right. Raymond Sugar. - None better. ijoy^d were ludd at Pinlay's Mchool | House, White Lako School and Hose I Butte's School Tho Bottlers of [ these comimunities gait be rod and jspont tho afternouu and evening in 'a real delightful manner. llefroh -ments were served aniiu;d teidividual committed both Prompt Delivery. name deeds Tho Raymond Chronicle suys: Ray Knight says that Mr Mullir.s is authority for the. stuteiment that the Salt I-ake Syndicate which bought ! tlio Cochrute Ham-h has mad* pay -meutf in full ior that property It is The F'e-mie Kroo Press sayii: A deal;no1 �ot'tl�l >*. would be succeodrid by figure whiili has Ijooji inulii.C v o- Igrlof. Tho honoio.s� have made him many warm niit'.oa js adopted liy tho locals the ; frunds .in this community whosogood Tho Gymnasium of tt.-' voung Men's Club will resume Its instruction classes on Friday evening and will continue them twice a week on Monday and Friday evoi.ings Mr. Viner tho Instructor ih proving! ihim-self a first-class man in evory re -spect He can not only do the various exorcises with grace and skill, hut ho has also the faculty of toach-,ug tho class Iho fino points of -the work nnd inspiring them with con -faience. Ho has already made marked progross with tho class. The shower bath is now complete ami will bo in use each evening for instruction. Now is the time to Join. Torms and tickets at Armstrong's Jewellery store. HOOVER ACQUITTED. (Oreat Falls Loader I The many friends of David Hoover in Great Falls will oe pleased with the report of the federal grand Jury, presented yesterday afternoon in Helena, and which failed to find any indictment against Mr. ttoovor, declaring him innocent o' 'Um> sensational charges made against him }?*t July in which he wo/charged withv>fi^ntf a party to tho/ smuggling of Chinl-mon over th# line in his capacity as customs ovcer ot tha United States. L LIVE IN* TABER (Fernie ledger.) William H. UaJdry and May Ixjuise Ferguson were married Thursday afternoon at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's mother, Rev. H. H. Grant officiating. Tho happy couplo will make their future homo at Tabor. Wholesale and Retail. deal will soon be consummated, !probably oarly ir. the coming wek. (The proximity of tho c!uc-'tions may have its influence In his- twmj the transfar. wishes will follow him in tl:� futuw; as they have boon with him in Uie past. The Chronicle considers Mr JMagrath a particularly fins example of the Canadian gentleman. J .1 HILL HETIRICS. J. .1 Hill announces that ho will ivtire from the presidency of tho Groat Northern on July 1, next. His son. I^oulu Hill, will succood him. ADVERTISE IN THE HERALD. TRAMWAY IN THE PASS. fBlairtmiiY Times.) The first of the week tho Pass was visited by 8. Earl Van do Soo. of St. Louis, who, U here In tho inter -osts of eastern capitalists looking the local situation ov�r with a view of putting in a tramway system in the Pass. Mr. Van do Sea was well pleased with the possibilities of tho Pass and its future outlook, and naid he woti'd rec'inunend his associates to Hocure a franchise and put in a tramway at once. As tho logiulai ure moots next month ho will try to tf-cur* a franchise at this session, '�it ;