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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta GOOD Things to Eat Big Shipment to Hand This Week Direct importations HtintleyA; I'iiI-nter'n Biscuits in fiillowintj varieties Cinderella Arrowroot Nursery Dinner Coronation Rich Tea Mediterranean Plantation Philippine Reading Short Bread Ltttlefolks Alaska Wafers Cross & Black wells Jams and Marmalades in glass or tin Fine 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 has an idea thai, he has laiul iu thin vicinity. A t^ulia wedding wan celebrated at the Methodist parsonage on Tuesday afternoon, when Andrew Leslie. Patterson was united In marriage to Miss Idiratoth Parh*, daughter of Tho Prayer services In lh> Hapli�l ! TiiJifriKic li>. are being cotvtlntiwl this wo?k. A linn brotherly fooling char-aet.->rl/.rvl the four week's mr-tlngs and a few have professed faith in Jesus Christ. The Masquerade hull hold liy the  Elks on Tuesday evening was largely attended and proved to be n very enjoyable, aJTalr. Harper's orcnastra futn Bhcil the best of musir The rov It is Certainly Time YOU HAD SOME Win. Paris oJ this city. Tho happy ] tuni�ivn:dent; J. M. lUtchto, vioa-preul-ldent and It. J. llaldry, s"i-re .��,� j treasurer. It Is likely the laundry ; work**i's, brick makers, barbers acd  bartenders will soon bo organized. A. S. Howiiuin of Kentucky, Is In j tlw city this week. He Ih bringing �the thoi otighbred Rainbow and 20 | thoiijughbrctl marcs, purchased at (recent sales In Kentucky, to his j ranch near Tnbor. 11In object is to | inuke hunterN of such of his horse* as do not develop flrstclnss racing fern?. . Kills Fnrrar, a young randier engaged in business with .1. 1.. Uray at Milk Hiver, died at the OaK hos-! pital on Sunday, lie hiul Ivovn in i tho country several yean*. His bro-' ther came down from Ijucotnbo to j look after the remains. Th� |>ar�>nis of tin young man live at Fort Col-lin**. Idaho. W. (.'. Ivoh says that he Ih ready to ord>r machinery lor a brick nuik ng plant, for a company of local nvn | with a capital of 'S20,000, half of it pail up. tlto plant to have a capacity of '20.000 bricks per day, follows: Ileal lady's cosUini.;, Mrs. Storey, cow girl; best lady dancer, Mrs. Moli'att, stars and stripe.**, best gintletnan's costume, Stanley Tuff, Moxcutto; most comic gentleman's costume, A. Hoy, clown; most comic lady's costume, Mrs. Locker; test gentleman dancer, It. Mills, cook. i Tlw fcngl Milium's evening an . j flounced iu our last issue will take j place this evening at 8 o'clock in j tho Voting Men's parlor'of Wi*sley | Church. The evening will be devoted  to Mnging old Knglish songs, appropriate recitations and a short address on the character' of the I'-ngtishmaii anJ his plnce in history. Light, refrefitments will lie, served. This is one of the series of national evenings to !�: held, ih.* others lieing devoted respectively to the Scotchman and the Irishman. Everybody will In' welcome to each of these evenings, the ladies also being in-\lt ur.k fimii ) .n\i-u'.H'n in wii'!,. ! m iv I :ri|i �iirlv ih   1 t.i 11ii ii I t,.-->p -i'lal ,n I l ll'lh- 1 Mill ll'iMl till-. W. V, Siiuin.'iw. M Pp. I -it mi Tuesday to alt-nJ ill- l#*ginla'.ur at lOilm ntnii. W. V.y.ilf M I' P a! Curd.'.ion. w. nt up th> Mini.' d.iy. The Knymoiid hoti-l has Inxsi ivop-in d. Win. Il.irils is in churg.*. Itay-liKind h.th livti bad y crippl.slihroiii^h thi* link of a hot. I fur nuiiu- time. T. K. Oakli'.x. futh.-r of station ng�*nt Ouklry. who il.ed ivcciitly, �uh for Rf\eral .ii'uin s.-rr.-tary nf th? wjit.'r und li;'hi i to in . : i port to P'pnii mi hi I'. .1 Hill hus ri'turiuil from h;.s \t.n^i\�' buying trip iu ihe east. Ms� M living, who was visitiii)* Mls�i Fui'.Hi' /or a few days, left for !i ! mIi.hiI at Ijii\ill last I'ri.la*'. Aid. ami Mrs. U. W. Itobinson pur-(k.fi t.ik iik a t to the coast -for ill' I, iu'l'.t of l lie form'I'm hsillh M:s>tiaHiiuher of the I.aiv.1 Olllie. ri-tmii d Wnlne-iluy Miiiniilli; from a \e.il at hr hum.- n -or Hrockvill.-, Oiii. A voluiu.i of vers,' "Lyrics from the vi-s-t" by I'. K. P. Conyl**uii' is leiiiK issued b> a Toronto publishing llllUSC, Pre I. Iliiriley of Mountain View. Alta.. piano ti;n>t for th> Mason & Itisch Co. wius in the city on Saturday. Th.> prize list for the Poultry Show-was issued from the Herald oillce n n* Port 'this week. Copies may Ik* had from Ii' pi'-siil. nt. .1. K. Clark. or the icrlary. A I' ll'impliries. T. StuM.s �dl s;art ut once to .red a i-.�s:�li iic  for himself on th-two lots nijiiii'ii; A. Huston's. It w'll have a iimi>iu block foundation ui'.il will |'ii>.v*s nil nni.i >rn conven- I 'iic. !|. Horn -In tlii* on th- 17th iie-t . lb' wii" of Itobi Scot i, of a dnllKlllel . WW. K>ngst4in. ih' ta.lor. In-, localo.l bis iillic and work rooms at th  r nr oi ! >i ul Turoiiiii. v ho li.is IsN-n the ijii:-si oi Mrs Ariiol I and Mr.. Vioiiir.en lor some tun - I'iii -s mi Sal iirda.v for W inuipec Mr Ciil-.p.'. for.nerly with th.. P limn; I'u h.'i'e I ul n.'W in i li.iiV'' "f ill-1 ' "pei-i.ii.st nt Wri lo's  r . w i'l i all at li.t  I aid '  " in I la' �! " 'V. j in >n.Ii | 'ill.' 11 .'t ii ; ol Kllox t'lllin-ll ii ii � j Kre^nt'on. ill-t ii'U'd for this even nei-ssar\ site. Thus. Handle of Colitis, Atberta. was in the city for a few day* this I'oeli. It ;� his first visit in 0� years, ami h.' of prosstd in the city yesterday by nvn Montana by tlu unwarrantisl report which was sent out from Haviv by a stritlX li.nd of that place, telling of thi loss of thousands of sliecp lie-longing to the Cii in ol .1. It. lxuig & Co. of this city, and other idi.-epmeu c.i thj northern part of the slate. , The report in i|ue*ticn. which was pifliliuliAl in ih.; Tribun.' ye.stei'tla.v morning us u disputch from Havre Ih.. Hev. .1 It. Coutts. ivpresen- ;lto l|l0 ,UUo Ml|li.,.( Wivs ,, Uh, ,j*,,.ol tati\.^ of Hrnnion CoIU-rv is on his 'tbjlt >( ,, |.li,vp in the Iksir tion.,1 work ,r.. Invltwl to this nu*rt- ,.uw \joUlUlli,s. tjk. dispatcii also '"^ !�>ore the information that tho tem- I'AiitUi list (ilen II. Macl.achlnii. '|k>rature in Ilaviv was 20 '!>elow zero wli'� coii.lucte.1 a s.-ries of services in ,\i the olllco of .1. H. I-oiig & Co.. Wesli*\ Church a couple of years ago. in tins city u was yesnerduy learned and is now stulioiv*) �t livings, that no such lusses had 1h.vii is-ptirt-wtll speak and sing at the services in ,vj t0 or i..y that linn and that no Wesley Cluirch on Sunday, and will Iosm** of an> such extent had A New Year Revelaticn it w ill bo to you if you look at some of our model bathrooms whero we have put in tubs, wnshstands, show-( 'steiilny morniiig H' bad n K�M1 I tune but he is glad to ^et back to lh. )n the Nov Country. (!t) Homeward Hound Th  Huptist Talwrnuclo in which ih.'k.' uddiN-sses are to Ixj given is blocks oiisl of the CoaWlale Hotel. I.i* n experienced. IJiMiloyee.i of the 11 rm state that f II. Ixing & Co. luive no siiis-p raiii;- n\ near the t'aliadlall lili- and Unit tho sheep running in the \ icinitv oi Chinook numlM-r oiily I'.koo li"nd. The Drill stiiUi thut their loses so far hnie Idii no greater than those of any ordinary winter. All of the hbeep owiKd by the tlnn. in Chouteau , and Valley counties have been leaseil . in bunds of not more than 51.000 and each leaser wa:i ivipiiivsl to have on | han> event of such weather as has been encountered during the i**st few- wivks. t'nder the- conditions this quantity of hay will pro-vldu each l."�n:l with feed for several Weeks more and no losses are anticipated from a shortiiKe of fis-d I*urtlos in tlie city from Chinook r than that of th.' oth roomed hoime and barn, one neve lot A Iroinnctl house, one acre lot............. ..frVil) DO .. JM'O 00 .. Sot) roo months ago. The train for points nonh loaves Maclcod every morning, until further notice at nine o r-,��'. slurp. Will J Wli.ie nit,, coin's to Hu-o|K>ia house on I'\b. under the auspices of the Voung Men's Club, is giving his humorous entertainment in nil the principal towns and cities of ih,- West, uml is spoken ofin the ' highest terms. There ni\� tt numJvr of people in th.' city who have heard this laleuUd humorist and they assure us thet he stamhi in th>." first rank along with Janu-s Kax. Owen Smiley and otlu*r favorites Tlw ; Voung Mini's Club are to be con -grntulaud upon securing thin at -tractlen and tho |ie0ple of I.. th iri.ljie huve n treat in store for them. t The Sunday School of St. Augus-t .ns Chunh will present the pantonine Cinderella ai Oliver's hall on the UUtli and DOth of this month. It promises to N> a very ilelight/ul affair. 'Ihere, will U> thirty characters. Mary Simpson will represent Minard's I.mini nt Co . I.imitixl. fientlemcn.-I^ist winter 1 received Sreut heneftt from tho use of MIX  AHD'S J.1N1MKXT jn a seven, at -tack of l^aOripiie. and I have frequently proved it to 1-e Very elTectiVo in cases of Inflaiiunation. Yours, W A lit TCIIIVSiiN. D. C. Kellogg of New Ycrk The Bird Man TO IIANHI.K AI.HKHTA i'IPH Ottawa. Jan. 10 -MacI'lvrson. of Vancouver, will move that ii is ad-VUJtvble for the gowruniiiil to lake active steps towards the est.ibli.ili -mcnt of termin.il elevators at Van -couver for the better bundling of grain and other crops of AIN-rin, whose natural outlet the resolution jdeeluivs, is tlu Pacific coast COAI. MINI-: I'OII AI.HKltTA Telephone 33. Prompt Delivery. The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. j !li>ii W. If. dishing sa\s the Al-| bertn goiernment may ussuuie control over certain coal land*, own land operate them in order to break I a combine or conspiracy. Further. Cinderella. Marjorie Clayzer; Prince � the goveninu.'iit might with isjual True 1-ove; Ho4>in Sherlock, the Hur- | justiiicfttion and cause, build rail -on of Tumble IViwn Hniiry; Con- ' ways to'the coal mines to effect de-s-tanco Pooley, the llaroness; Porn ! livery. The government already had Nimmons, und Irene Stainforth, thajftn 0f|Vr from a railway comihtny of. Ugly Sisters. The other characters | lering to build a lino within the Will deliver his wonderful ILLUSTRATED LECTURE, Subject: "Some of Nature's Secrets" In Wesley Church, Monday Ev'g, Jan. 28th IVipular prices................. .$1.00 and 7"h\ Ijpeliire loiniiieitei'n at S o'clock. At lite request of Mr. Kel-loyif, doors will Im elobed when lecture eoniineneeti. and lute eoiners enitnnl oet in fm- lift-en uiiiiiiles, when there will be u short reeens................l'lun at lligiiibothatn's Drue; Store Any one wishing tickets for the three entertainments of tho Lyeenin Course yet to lie jjiveu may secure ilinii nt Ihe redtieoil pl'iee ')f $1 iueltuliiifr the Ke||ooouglas May. assisted by Messrs. j Hitiis and UaWbp. Tickets are on Ssaly nt HiglnlKith*UlS. province if tho government would guarantee tlw bonds. The minister oi public works thinks thai If tlw government goes the length of guaranteeing the bonds ot a railway they might as woll build on their own ac-count* NOTICE. 1 am using this method of iiiform-|ing thj public of tho arrangements I :�ave niodo regarding any ortler for | tejiii'.iiu Uioy may uisli to give me. For th,* proHeul, leave your order for i teaming at Mr. (J. W. Cray's lhuvl-jware Store. Phono 00. Coal must lie paid for ou delivery, i W. TAYLOR, To slop a. cold with "Preventies" is safer than to. let it run and CUM it afterwards. 'Taken at t|ia "unease Mage" Pmvwntlcis will head oft all colds and (Jrippe, and perhaps savti you from Piieiimouia or Broruihltls. Pivvpiiti'-s are ItUIe tootlukima candy cold cuie mid.'is selling in 0 t*�nt and !2iS i'.n: I.im's. H you are chilly if you begm hnamte, try Vreven -tics. They will uueoly check the cold and please you. Bold hy J. D. Wit* inhothaw ft Owutpn^'. <, ;