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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta s to Eat Big Shipment to Hand Thia Week Direct iiiipoil!ilioii& lluiitloyjS: Pjtl-mers Biscuits in t'oUowir.g visvieties Cinderella Arrowroot Nursery Dinner Coronation Rich Tea Mediterranean Plantation Philippine Reading Short Bread Littlefolks Alaska Wafers Cross & niackwell's Jams and Marmalades in glass or tin Pine Ontario Apples in boxes or barrels Delhi and Quaker (No. I) Tomatoes, Corn, Peas Ontario Cheese Fine quality, well seasoned. You'll find our Grocery Department up-to-date. A. Macdonald Co. Eerrol Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil Will build upyoursj-slom and enable.yon toilirow off poUIs and lupg trouble. $1.00 per bot*Me. J. JOHNSTON Dnttrgist and Stationer. Fresh Arrivals for Cold Weather A LOCAL BUDGET. Ih2 U|iy a- Itcket. nnd help out l�Ury KuKr on I'ub. i:Uh. n. C. Mooix: was uwuy to I-acouiiba on a busiuesa trip Itist wojk. Lets have jour nssistanc-o t\.t ihL-Poultrj- fair on February ]3. Miss McHridi," of Honlrciil is visit-in^f hi.! 370 mark this ^�b. i;i,h. Su .,ui. Tho Pnayor mo^-l n's aiv ..;irg ron-tinuod in tha IJapti.st Tal oriiacli> this *ie3k and liiay Mo fonlinur..! ail nr^.M weok. Gi'uuiiK'. Old-Fnshioned English Horehound Candy in spiral sticks. : Excellent for coughs and colds. Also Licorice in large nnd small sticks. l./ft Ihi.s \V(Kik for the J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Ftunily and Dispensing Chemists Itr. (-'aiujjion of tho, Hank of Mon-iri'ul, Itaynioiid, has tjocn iransfiirr-(�d to IJogina. David King is getting out now pljn.s fcr a nj'.v l�ou;io, to bo 'juiK in tha early spring. It. .J. Gordon, tii.s'lriet surv'eyor and rnTinMf, has opon?--! an ofUte in thj Ott block. Tha Elks will hold a ma. ball and l:uiinuet on Tuesday next. OiKi thousand invitations will l>e i.s-sucd. KrnjKt n>).-Yukon. Mr. aivU Mr.-. \. M Hoy of .Seattle arc thi! guests of -Mr. and ,Arr.t. M.IC. noy. \V. S. Hill and wiC' of tlic Lit^lo How. are sp.'.'udiiig a |)ortion of the wintiii'.n Mexico. Thf> avorag'j niiiil'all in ih-i Loth -bridge district dui-ln'^ ih-c tmst five yojvr.s has bi-on 18.i:i. Jno. Mo3 and wife wore down from Cranbrook on Jtonday and were warmly welcomed l;y their fritnds. C. I'. K. slatit^ St. Mr. and Mr.s. .Souihard are �?.xl>-.cii,- city, (d honi.:; nljout the fwst of l.e.bru.v.y. ; pinchor Creek Echo; Mr. �. Weir, They are (having a very pieasantt iuvj Orillia, an old Ontario friend of ^'^ jMr. J. Kean, passed through �n his I way to the coast, lla intends to re- WAN'TEll-acnoral 8ur^'aBt, Apply Mrs. Geo. Ilogcrs. Mrs. J. .1. Johuatoo will not r�^ ceivc on Friday, Jan. 18th. , Mrs. Wm. Itendcrson has rvturned front her trip to the e�st. W. II. Webber, will taiakfl � couple I nf month's visit to North Di�kota. Johii McXau^hton, Cliotoa, la vi�-Iting his sister, Mrs. Sidney Jackson. At ieas,t two rinka of ourlora will attend the l)on.?plel in C�lgiiry nest week. It is uitderstood another fttory w(U be add�d tu the MacdonaUl Co. tttore -this s/>rintf. It is bolievi'd that the aMOMOwnt for tlvs year wlU rV. C. .Slmuion.s InavoH noxt w�ek to o'ttend thu session of tho Ijegiit -laturo at Edmonton. W. C. Simmons, M.P.I'., ha-s accepted an invitailion to address the Canadian Club at Edmonton. Tha Mormon mooting house at Mountain View was destroyed by fno. Ixjss 86,000. li wfri l�o r*. built. The Inst i.s.suo of the Edmonton Saturday News contained a photc -gra|.;h and skotch of Mo.vor fJal-brnith. Mrs. Geo. Apploford lojivos .n Sun-'day nig^hi toy i,h3 East, She .will et-i len.l tho wielding of h.t rti.sii-r. at  Detroit. ' The ilasons c.\pecte�l a visit from Dr. Smyth, D.D.O.M., thi.s week, but ;ovvinff to th)? delnvnd trains, he dRd ' not conio. I Dr. Stewart rotni-ns from Ont^ario to-niorrow. There are many conjoc-turc.s as to whether ho in coming "SDjjIy or doubly." I'incher Creek Echo:-Mr. O. R. Lalitrcity and sistor, of LotWjridgu. arc .spending tho week hci*>, tho guests cf Mrs. W. Lynch. H. T. Ik-nderson, son of Wm. lien-iderson, won the silver cup,  first pria:*; for junior cros� country race tti Upper Canada CoUoge," Toronto. I'lie IJcll Telephone Co. announces that its long di.stance lin^J will soon reach Maclood. It will ha extcwtod from there to Ijethbridge Oh 9 In th.j Mrs. C. M. Arnold leaves for rx;n-vcr. Col., to-nlgbt. W. H. McGregor purchased five lots on Round St. from the Alta'ta Itoalty Co. Mr�. J. W. McXichoi has retui-nod from V'iaiting her sister, Mrs. Mar -tin, at Frank. W. T. liedinan of the J. 1. Case Machiaery Co., is making his heed-quartera hero. A Korth liakota man was in th.3 city this w�ok nnd talked of estab-lislii&g a it'holcsalc "roccry hcjia. Inspector Belcher fined John Mik-ollk, a miner at Xo. 3, and costs for assaulting a fellow miinsr. A broken rail caused a freight train to ho ditched at Grassy LAke on Sundttj'. Monday'.'j we.st bound train did not i-each iicre until iato Ihot night. C. U. Uowniun has notillod A. E. Humphries that his resignation as fira chief was accepted by tha Fire, Wutar tt�>J 1-ighL couimitteo with regret. 1'he coounitteo expressed thanks lor tha services ha had ren-djrcd. am'id tho o'd fri n.l.s anil scenes Ontario. V.jll ,1. V.'jiito n humori.st of the .Jiuno.s Fa.v cla'-'s, is billed for th? oi:'0;a h^us,-;. Fel:, C'th. Ho i.s eoiu- ini nnd r th? auspices of the Young 'eral hours on Saturday night in a Mfns Club. snow lank that filled-tho' big - cut iihs side of Stirling. f)u Tueaday th.> tiain took nearly five hours' io go from Brunton to Ablk River. turn to I>^thb^idge to reside in the sprin-. Tho South train was stuck for scv- On .^fiinday evening tho Epworlh I.i!.�giie of Wjsloy Church will have inn evening with some of the Sirs, .h.hn .Viblock, who was with hynms, which pronii.scs to b> h r sister, Mrs. C. F. V. Conybt�ni'�! interesting, during her illnes.s, has returned to Calgary. ,1. A. Macdonald, architect of this �city is a cousin of J. .\. MAodonald, jcluding tha grounds about it, K.C., leader of the I-ziberu! party in'ussthan ^^n/viO. Uritish Columbia. �be.*t very to mtk thSTlapl 'J'lie sorvicus in th!^lapti�t Church will be held aff c"""' art Sunday. It is ivportcd that n residence will l>c built ne.xt siuiinier in the eastern I part of the city which will ccst, in- not Wf! aits sorry lo chronicle tho illness of Aid. O. W. Kol>in.son, wbo'ji.f w^sJey will pro'ably be crnfinod to his honio for S3vcr. G.'o. narrower, the hustling traveller for 1h3 Northwest Jobbing and Commission Co., i-otuiwd from his holiday Montreal last; Saturday. �The Kev. W. itcid will pmich. Morh-ins subject, "The Mystery of SuHe^-in?." Evening subject, "A Ix>sl Coin." All are inviti>d to thcsfrser- vices. j I'riends who have hoard from Mr. On Sund.ay morning, Uov. J. H. jn,.^ c. K. Danlisl. report that ilnghson will give a speoio.l nddiv.ss '.they arc spending a very plootent Church on "The .Story of !,,on;i, among the sunshine artd fl6w-Ci-ealion." In tho evening hj will p,., Southern California and ' cx-sp-mk on "A Man and his Influonce." j p,,ct to return to LethhrWgc *d.rly in Thirteen eiahorata show ca-sos hn\-� ) bfiTi in.s'talled in the 'Hudson's Hay j Miss Uirchard, of DufTalo, N-Y., .store. They are lighted by electric- s:s;er of tha Int-e Mra. Botsford, ity and make the stoi-.3 more up-'to- ; reached here last week and � will date in aj)ptttrance than c\or. Few Kfiond iho year in tho city. Southern business cstatlishments in tho west Albenta was rccoiniineodcd to her by can oaual in any respect th3 nnv UulTalo phjsicians as having one of riuafters of tho Hudson Bay Co, SWIFT'S Hams, Docon ond lord Fresh Shipment received to-day. of Baker Barb Wire Now on track. Get our price before buying. _rij- -LIT rnrr'-rj----"------ - - -*---"* - - -~ -- - � - -"i- **"--*---'� --- - - - �* ----------------- - - ~---- -- Car of Raymond Flour just placed in stock. - Our price is right. Raymond Sugar. - None better. Telephone 33. Prompt Delivery. The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail.. the nK>�t healthful climatM on the � A mor j c� n con li ncji t. I Cardston Star: All those who delight to einvokc wcne treaiwd io tho I very bewt of cigars hy It. K. Agimt Moro�-'the occAsl.on of the Julbi'iai-ion being the birth of one of n- 'vst little girls ever '^'-bortied."'-Mak�stho aecicrt and Lieut. Watson have l>oen trnnsforreeok. Mr: LeningwcU, of tha lirni of LeffingAvel! and l^ira.i Warner, came in from Minnesota last week. He was accompanied by his wife and they wtiit .south to the now town on Tuesday. Mr. I.^fHngwcll says there is going to be a great rush to this part of tha coimtry in thespring. Aid. Oliver thinks the provision in (ho new ganna act, that parties cannot shoot on fenced in or private propcrtyis unfair to sportsmen as it would prevent hunting on soma of the best lakes in Southern Altierta. It is likely tho gun club will petition the government in regard to tho matter. Cardstott Star: Mrs. Hamnior and her daug+iter Julia with Mr. l::d. Jer�- ; son left the early part of th>i week for Salt Lake City. The Mayor's daughter will retuin with another name and our friond Ed. have joiiiod tlw benedicts. Success and much happiness together with a safe return to their nmny friends in Caixl-ston. CRrlsiton Star: Sammy Jones, the congenial conductor on the A.R. & I. Company's railway was tha happiosit man ' in Caixlston ln.9t Wednesday. Tlio cause of his mirth was the arrival of a fine son nnd heir nt, his homo that morning. Xo doubt the "hototis" will gel free passes vh'iJe Sammy is chuckling over his good fortune. Th? application for a license for �the Cosmopolitan hotel, connes before the Liconso Coninussionors at Uaclcod tho first week in Fyinuary. It is understood that H.'T' Cherry and others have an option on the buildinS. Chas Ueckcr of Frank, is seoking tho iicensi!. A petition has been circulated in tho city oppcsing tha license it has Lioen largely signed Th3 High Scliool Literary Society has elected the following offlcers: Hon. Tres., W. A. Hamilton; Pres. Philip Mictjach; Vice-Pros.. Dora Nimnuins; Secretary, Jcssio Conn; Trcas:, Hugh Klnniburgh; ''Oloan-erj' staff, Editor in Chief, George Kaloy, assistant oditors, Frod Ilnr -wy, Valeria Crofts; leader of tho Club, Miss Bonnolt; Organist, Ella j Cook; Programme Committee, Win -hifred Hyssop, Glmjlla Hardy, Marid on tho stage, nnd they are on tha staae most of tlio time. This Is �be final appearance cf tho Roscinns in Lethb|i-idgo for two years and they certfiinly will be misKed. It is Certainly Time YOU HAD SOME New Furniture! And you had better begin the New Year with it. Whether it is for parlor, din> ing room, library, sitting room kitchen or bed room, we have it in all grades and at almost any price. But no. mutter how small the price our goods are not t'le dimsy, fall-apart sort, they are honestly made and solidly put together. Couie in and look throngb our Furniture stock. It costS'l nothinj; to look, and our sales* men will be pleased to show yon through. BRODIE & STAFFORD A New Year Revehtkn it wilt tie to you if you look at soma of our model bathrbotna xvhera we have put lo tuba, woriiaUinda, show-ei-s and other fixtures and facilities for cleanliness and comfort. Wc make the 'luxurj- of ba^thing a neoesstty and an everyday delight at little cofi. Ask us how little. C. W. GRAY n. m* mcQucen $t Co REAL ESTATE Fire, Life and Accident Insurance We have two corner lots for......................#550 00 6 lots, Round street.............................. 9c0 00 4 lots, London street............................. 850 00 2 lots and 2-roomed house, Redpatb street.......... 7.^0 00 4 lots, Smith street.........................5000 00 Also a 5-roomed house and barn, one acre lot....... 750 co A 4.roomed house, one acre lot....................d but -nHinaged to appropriately iick;>ow-lodge iba elegant gift. YOU CAN GET YOUR TICKETS Now! Olivet's Hall, Monday, January 21 $50,000 Breach of Promise Trial 25 Local People Involved 25 Under Auspicu of Elkt, EVERYBODY IS GOING Seats ?1.00..................sale at ,J. D. Higinbotham's ODDW.IipWa AT TAHER. An Oddfellows lodgo, with a msmr l.�rshlp of thirty was instituted at TWjcr on Satuwiay night las't by Wm. Oliver, representing, the Grand Lodge of Alberta." Mr. Ollwr was accompanied by tho following Loth -bridge Oddfellowa: lirown Pipes, John Urbdie, H. Mossop, J. Ash-croft, W. Dennett, ti. Hulcy and T. E. I'atteson. Tho noble grand of the Mw lodg* ia J�s. Trusweil. Aft�r tha omeers bad been inataUcd by Mro. pipes, wtro entertained ntj a sumptuous banquet at tho Hoyal hotel. A WRECK OX C. AND E. Mncleod, AHa.. Jan. 13.-The pa.s-Kcngcr train from Calgary duo hero about clown o'clcck Saturday morning met with 8oriou.s mishap wnile Clraiblng ih'.3 grado at full spcodnorth of C, and C Junction, tfanra paaien-P.D.G.M., Iho ^'is^tors ger coaches SttmPMl over the tweW'e foot enirbankmcnt. The firakeman and three i>nssong�rs were Ciadly Injured. Oscar Snndolon both legs badly bnijiscd not surious. \.r ; , 'V. M'.u't.oan. brakcmnn liciilp . wounds, not !!prious. '  -:/':-.''\::y0: T. Siegler on way to Feraie, nJetot > r:/' . thigh fractured, right hand ''.^ ' sm�sfaed; Injurloa acrious' but .,:pe4^^i5' ��-rtani{�rous....... .^-i' > , ' '-i ' ;