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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta M����t���� W. R DOBBIN DEALER IN AJberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties. Room 1, Southard Block Phone 122. LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. FOB. SALE. Five acres improved irrigable land, with house, stable and storehouse, a good start la small fruits, one mile and a half from post office, south of the fair grounds. Apply on the premises. O. A. JOHNSON. Lethbrtdfe. A LOCAL BUDGET. WANTED-By two young men. board nnd s.tparatc rooms in private hotis>. Apply nt Herald office. Th; difficulty experienced in hen-t -ins Wesley Church sufficiently for tho morning service has be-'n duo to the furnaces needing cleiin ng. This work has been thoroUKhly attends to und a comfortaMc Church will ba guar  ant?cd in the future J. H. Fleetwood has been plac; convention at Edmonton on January 23 and 21. Mr. Fleetwood was the originator of the idea. I All young men who have no church ihomo In Lethbridge should attend the special Young Men's service in the Baptist Tabernacle next Sunday evening at 7.30. Tho Rev. W. Reid will take as his subject: "Starting on Right Rails" and Mrs. E. K. Reynolds vill sir.g. The forenoon service and the Sunday School will bo held at the usual hours. If you are constipated, dull or bilious or have a sallow lifeless complex io*. try lax-ets Just once to see what they will do far you. Lax-ets are little toothsome Candy tablets-nice to cut, nice in effect. No grip-pine, no pain. Just a gontle laxative effect that is pleasing y desira'blo Hendy for the vest pocket or purse. Laxets moet every desire. Lax-ets come to you in beautiful lithographed metal boxes at S cents and 25 cents. Sold by J. D. Hlginbotham & Company. The congregation meeting in th; Baptist Tabernacle has been busy during the post few days. About twenty of those connected with tho congreratton met on New a,nd, a watch night servico at which somo of tho ladles provided light refreshments. Then on Now Year's day th told that 'Kdmonlon had its eye i.n Kil.ian. the De: to t lei't-hand.r, but that he has l**en drafted by the Boston Am rleans Why not got aftor I Christy Matthvwscn? He wotiM lv? quite as much in l.ecping with Yrt-msntun s needs und resources. Or was the Killlan story *o much ' dope!" A man, th>uc.h. who has j bo n secured and who will pro\e no ind of strength is P.unmn, th-Wetaskiwin pitcher, who did so much to Uoep the team from that to v. n in the place that it hold during tlu-past season I'ittinnn first sprang into protnin.nve down tho C.N K. I n^. at Vermillion. 1 think, and unless all signs fall, will travel far in the baseball world A y>, thlid prize, four boxes of cigars und four bottles of Scotch, was cap-t lr.l l.y J. Kenny's quartette. I he T. U-e tropin and four jvarl sel g�fld t.e pm-i donated by C.O.K. Nuurse, were won by tho Calgary curlers. . Mh|uelon played off with Sa\a.,c a�J won. 'lh - all coiikts trophy donated by tie Brr\\:ng Co. was won by Loth-tr-d^o and It will t�e play d oft (or by the local club in a series of ni:tih-.s. Thor.� are sonw gooJprizes inc.ud,ng gold lints, boots and hats. On the last night of the spiel the Calgary visitors were entertained at an oyster supper at the Coaldale nes-iai:rant. A toast list was carried out under the direction of President Humphries and speeches paying tribute to the good sportsmanship of th.- Calgary fellows were ina.lo by Mr Humphries, X. T. Maclood, Jno. Itrucc. Wm Henderson, Wm. Scott, Fred Koonjy ai.d John Kenny. Lethbridge was warmly praised for its sociulibility and many kindnesses by Messrs. Miquelon. Savage and Mcleod of Calgary. IS. H. Johnston nnd John Bruce contributed songs. BABE MASON Who Appears With the Juvonilo Bos-tcnians on Monday and Tuesday evenings, January 7th and 8th. Boost the Poultry Fair to be held next February. ACQUITTED AND It REARRESTED. tMaclcod Advance.) Ed. Clark, tlie C.l'.R. oiK-rator hare, accused of helping himself to the funds of the Dominion Kxpivss Company, received his trial on Friday. 'I ho case against him was >y American Irishmen in assisting to promote the welfare of the country, by assisting the Irish parliamentary party in working a vigorous attempt to gain the privilege of tennant farmers in purchasing the r land from the Land Lords, under a government valua-U6a, a new loan of seven millions has been granted by the (lovernmer.t in order that tho farmers may be able to buy out his rental land at twenty-four years purchase; this step has greatly interested our Irish Americans, who are helping the Irish International Kxhibitiou which is to commence in 1007. I do not know the actual date of opening. From information 1 got when in Winnipeg I understand that the C. PR. are going to arrange for an excursion at a very moderato price, this will five Irishmen in this country an opportunity of visiting their old koem ..j .IJHI Yours faithfully, TIIOS. O. STONEY. -*- ohoe I* To Looh Stylish Men Should Wear the Barry Shoe, $5, $6 FRED GOW & CO. -- �MMUtt--- A JAMAICAN LADY SPEAKS HIGHLY OF OHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the superintendent of Cart Survico at Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies Islands, says that she has for some years used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cough and has found it vor/ beneficial. She has implicit confidence in it and would.not be without a bottle of it .n her homo. Sold by all drug  for coughs, croup and whooping gisls. NOTICE. The Liquor License Ordinance, Province of Alberta. Application has bi>en made by O. A. Ik'ckvn for a license in respect of the Cosmopolitiau Hotel, situatu oa lots 1 and 2, Block 0, Lethbridge. A meeting of tho Board of Liean�t> Commissioners to consider this application vill \m held at Mucl.iod on Monday. 1-Vbruary 4th, 1007 at :� o'clock p.m. Dated at Edmonton, this ,'Ust day of December. l'JOrt. S B. WOODS. Deputy Attorney General. ADVEBT1SE IN THIS HEJLALD. Renew your Subscription to the Lethbridge Herald W 'E thank our patroaa for their patronage while in business in this city* and will recommend our successors, The Lethbridge Saddlery Co., as responsible gentlemen who will take pleasure in plana* ing you. Horner&Hutchinson aaaMoo  To stop a cold with "Preventics'' is safer than to let it run and cure It afierwards. Taken at the "sneew stage" Preventics will head off all colds and Grippe, and perhaps save you from pn;umonitt or UroMhlUe. Preveiaics are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling in S cent und 23 o;nt boxes. If you are chilly if you bc^in t.i sn�ea�. try Prevea  . tics. They will suroly clwcW the cold* and phase you. Sold by J. p. Higinbotham & Cowpaay ;