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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FREK TO AL TRAINS Hotel Windsor Bttt i Diy Hotel In Albertl The Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHDFUDGE The, Dallas) Hotel Is the Best and Moit Convtn- lent Place to Stiy Don't Put Off Your Christmas Buying i i il. t'liHv niKl'VOii will net The many advantages secured by early shoppers niakes.it worth while.. You will have large iissortmt'tus to selee'.t I'roui. -There. is no ni-sh or c-onfusion ami you gel what you prefer. Lei. lis-help you seleel now. SILVERWARE SPECIALS Coffee Percolator Urn Coffee Percolators aluminum, at to Chafing Dishes .57.50 to Casseroles to Baking Dishes.....S3.25 to S3.75 Tea Pots to Coffoo I'ots to SKATES FOR BOYS GIRLS Sizes to fit every foot; styles to please everyone ....50c to SCISSOR SETS-. An ideal girt, for Indies. Sets of 3 and 4 pairs of select finality. I'riccs to FENDERS AND FIRE SETS A big shipment Juei. In. Fenders and sets In polished brass finish. Tlio. host value we liuvp over shown. fenders to Fire Sots ..........S4.50 A GOOD CARVING SET will be as welcome and nsofnl n gift as you cnn sdieet. Prices .............S2.50 to DON'T OVERLOOK SAFETY RAZORS We sell all the good ones and they are specially good for men's gifts. Kach to Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. r. o. Wi: Olvi i; Mill Oritrt A Few of the Good Books "The Following of the Star" "The Ne'er Do "The Glory ot Clementine" "The Common Law" "The Singer of the Kootenay" .......By Author of "Tile Rosary." .....................By Rex Beach .'___.'.............By W. Locke By Chambers .....By Author of "St. Cutbbert's." ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WHITNEY' BLOCK KMT POOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1! AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYMWRITER1 The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding' Tile of Medicine lies squally between the purity mid pow- drugs and tho -method and maimer o' their compoundlas. The drugs .we offer are strictly of rhe highest class. Our training, eiperience eQuipment tliac all medicines will eon> oounued iJrjQg all ytur prescriptions here to ba filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. fKESCRlPTION (PECIAUSTS. A. B. RIPLEY, MANAHIH. PHONE 772 ACCEPTABLE When you in doubt as to what to give, next to flowers, our perfume is the most acceptable, because it represents the true odor of the (lower, j Oiir perfumes represent the odors of the most delicate flowers. Then too, they'tire daintily and hmke ;i present of rare ex- cellence. The bottleG are small but.the quality is great. You know half-drop is enough to'Uwe of these perfumes. They the QuinteHBenco-of nhe flower. In bottles at 10c, 26c, JQ to JACKSON COPE PRIiCHIPTION DRUSQItTt Succtuori tof JOHNSTON 4 JACK9ON. IHKNLOCK (LOCK. rHONI 1231. EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS SAVE 20 to 40 PER CENT; FUEL i By Inttalllng ALL-METAL WEATHERSTRIPS ON WINDOWS AND DOORS Lees expensive and better by for than storm windows. Loose and badrfJUing Sash and Doors, made air and dust proof by instal- ling All-Metftl Weather Strips. Does not mar or disfigure sash or door. Can be applied to any window, new or old. Is the tlmo to no seasons. Estimates given. Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd, P. 0. BOX 270 SIXTH ST. 8, PHONE i APPLES FOR THE TABLE TJIK McINTOSH 1JEI) Kingof all Apples., wil please and sal is IV von. being-tile jiieiest and best flavored apple on the market, just, fake notice of (lie 11 li! II .K HI) GOLOK, Those are soltif; very fast ttntl a car of flint class fruit of this kind.at. the price quoted will sitroly not last long. our tip and got a case ot1 two at [ircwnt i trices. 3 (kg. for........................'.........'. Per Standard Size Other Winter Varieties, per Free Sample of Mcli.loHh Apples, Notice our Window Groc.nrO.pt an. Wholaiale 1271. lee Cream Dept. 627. GCjOD COMPANY PHONES ws HIGH CLASS GKOCEfiS Crw.ryO.pt. WS ,cs CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WholtMl. 1271. WHOLESALE A RETAIL let Dept. CITY AATD DISTKICT A. Sullivan is ;i Fertile visitor in ilu1 city today. II. Oiilvin, Galvin Co., wcril j west (his morning to IMnohcr Uily on important business. The election oi 'oHia-rs of Lmli- iridge Lodge No. 2 I. 0. 0. will Vike place tonight. The rumor that A. Hlemiec-lfas- sett has sold his buying opposite the Hank 0[ Montreal is entirely without foundation. 0. T. Latin-op leaves for Winning', on Sunday in'connection with very inrporinnt land deal. UR will he away for seveni I days. F. G. Oarbutl. founder of the Gar- butt Business at Caljrary and Lethhridge, arrived in tht- city yes- terday and is .spending the day here looking oviH' his interests in the city. K. 0. McNViltie, district passenger a sent oi the C.P.R., Arrived in the icily last night tu inlet-view members of the executive nf the Hoard of I Trade here today. i A, W. Noyes, general travelling. passenger agent of the Chicago and j j Milwaukee is in tht- city from Chi- j cago on business in connection company's Christmas excursions. jj' 0. E. Strong, Kiimoriton'; Thos. w! JfcKercher, Olds; C. Rayne, HanR F. G. Forstrr, Kdmontnn, n'piii- j hers of the Hoard of License Com-j I missibnors, arrived in the city last I night and arc in session here today. j t'. Thomas, who tins charge jf ihe j mailing department of ilu- Pry Farin- jin- Congress, arrived in the from i Colorado Springs last, night, and i joined Mie remainder of the stiiiT. K. Hlachley, district passenger j and freight 'OI' Pcnitsylvun- I ia railroad system, is spending the day in ihe cily visiting the loc-.il rail- jway ticket offices. I. C. Drewry, 'one of the foremost [slock breeders os-tiie province, arriv- ed ia the city yesierday froh? his largn ranch at and will spend a short lime here before leav- ing for Chicago, where he will aU ihe nmmaJ whiter fat. stock hshoiv to he Iietii 'there iliis month. The superstructure (if ihe Jlaedon- aid wholesale warehouse, on Second avenue, JK now con .'ti let eel, aiid the contractors are on the inter- ior finishings. The building will be ready for use withjn n few and it is very likely that' the new firm will commence business here early in the new year. The death occurred yesterday in this city, of Mary Turner, aged 11 Buys Von a ,97-ritTC Dinner Horvice tiny oi' Three I'littcnis. Spcciul Price till Saturday Night AVe ii'ive full value. MUSIC AND DRAM A (Conducted by FIDEUO) Allen Strenathen Their Repu tatlon "In the Bishop's I Tlwrc is no doulil whatever that I tlio aliility of the Alleu Players in j stock is cxtiemch' pronoimeiil. Alter reviewing carefully iliu work of Uic I (hiring the. lour pi-r- j 'ormances of Oil: present week one is 1 Ptiout: J.D.HIC1N80THAM S.CO. LIMITED Family ov Dispensing Chemist! 'v We luivo a lincjrf well solWted COMB'AND' filled with choice EBONY, Como and, make a selection, pay ;i sniall-'aMourit, on depos- it and will" reserve it for you till you. Prices to CITY AND DISTRICT Magistrate Bail made slipri, work li: of I he tout vags ..'who fell into the .clutches ot Hie night. None y. The deceased leaves live cliil-i Oi the ciuartctte could give ;l very il- dren, three girls anil two hoys. Tlut'iiiiiiinatini account oi his wanderings, fuiniiun.v.-> w inclined to the belief Unit- the Alien Players as an acting unit is far in i advance of many so-called fust-class' feastern companies. 11 is quite trite jthat certain plays suit, the company I better than others. That is to be ex-j peeled. However, last evening at the j Majestic theatre the company pre-1 sen ted Charming Pollock's "In the! Bishop's and the uwnner j 'of its performance was most crediUJ ahle, yes even excellent cm ilie whole. Miss Vcrmi Fell on essayed a new! role, namely that of Nance Olden, an imfoiiimaie victim of cruel dr-' cumstaiices. Nance lias a lover, Tbui; Oorgan, who is at ihe bottom of all tht! trouble. Tom is n crook and has' a fondness for thieving. Nance is in close contact .with Tom and at the. opening of the play in the first act we find her a full-fledged thief in which i position we also find Tom ht-r lover, j Developments Uiku place, however, j whieh alter the complexion of things. Win.' I.atlimer; who has taken trre.it; interest in Nance, intercedes wiih the View of reforming Nance, and even- tually succeeds in his mission. The lasi act finds a complete downfall of. the relations hi-l ween N'jince and Tom j is confined to a prisoner's cell. Lnttiinci'.aiid Nance bei-ome reconcil- ed and everything ends satisfactorily. The work of Miss 'Felton as Nance, was a'n interesting study. Nance was a somewhat eccentric type of female thief. She had manv good qualities, biit evil environment seemed iq. influ- ence her strongly. Miss Feltou'.s Nance was a capital specimen char- acter acting. She was pu-. thetic and again at other times fiant. Miss Felton understands Naneo and knows the possibilities of the' part. Her success was a tribute to lier ability. Mr, Cornell in the character of Lattimer was ai. all fcimvs dignified, resoluie ami sin- cere in Iiis utleranri-s. HP is a very satisfying actor and his stage prcs- .cncc- enhances his work greatly. Don-1 I aid Patterson filled' the part of Ed-j ward Ramsay v.'ifh.acceptance while the remaining members of the com- pnsy were appropriately cast. Tho family hp.ve iTvptl near the past seven years. Tliej- calue pre- viously from the stale oi Washing- ton. The iiniiy will lie shipped lo- inorrow morninj; from [''ctterly's un- derlating parlors to Barons, apif in- terment ivill be made at C'arlnnngay. DIED Paisley, -Nov. William Miller, fathur' of. Mrs. C. 11, Howmaii, Lethbridge. BUSINESS'LOCALS so (lipy were Vll given a clianeo think the mailer, over at- the 'provin- cial jail for Die next thirty days. Lethbridge is a poor suninicr resort' for UIQ vag fraternity. The nt tlie recent school: sports will this evening, at 7.30, re- ceive the won by them on tliut occasion. Chairman FleeUyood will preside, anil addresses will lie deliv- ered by C. P. P. Conybeare, K. C.', fonr acts or" the play were nicely mounted. The Royal I Quarletln continues 1o please tin; The 'piny for. this cvcni'ng will be Tlandet's ".Sapho'', a very French play, which ought to command n capacity audience. Big Hcadlinen at Starland Dp-you want to cnjoj- a good hearty laugh? if you do pay a visit to Star- and otliers. pri7.es will be "Iscnteil by the Mayor, Dr. Galbraith, ill. P. Wallace, Princinals Stowart, lllodcsoii, and the Supcrintcniteit. A ir Hop of.the Friday, pr0erilm ,vill presented iiy Club tbi.s evening the K. prc-j'an'! today or tomorrow and you cer- tainly will laugh, for -the bigBest stuilciits ol the high, and; public led. there being no charge for admis- sion. I'. Hall. Oaskell's orchestra.' '3S7-1 IT.rs. M. and Phillip.'; have open- j ed a fancy goods store on Third Ave. opposiii! Dr. Mtnviiurn's. They have a full line of .stamjJi'd goods and nov-' cities and will carry in a short time about Christmas 'presents, and a complete stock of children's wear. question in their minds Visit tHeir-store for Christmas pres- sllal1 Sive thc 7 Let. us' ents. aUfl-4 you solve the difficulty. Order now and get prompt present of a membership .ticket In on the twelve-inch dry firewood. Beck-' Ihe Young Men's Christian Assqcia- er Votes. Phono 2B9-0 Don't leave until loo late ordering our Ch time to Tim fun started In a conn- rticro-Mlss Lillian De llillc heiress, was staying. Harold had schools. lOvf-ryone is cordially invit- determined fo spend his vacation' there, and exercise his charms In an! effort, to win money-bags. Relieve me Harold needed them; when he arrived Now is thc time-parents are think- mistook c 'presents, and for the Then. there was lota of other fun. Harold regis- tered as Duke of ChesviHe. Just How about, when he thought he had -won the ill nelreaa word came mat her fortune had been swept away. Harokl re- lion He would appreciate it anil turning to the glty found his job gono. you would have the'satisfaction' oi Seeking snother, ho applied at Crane's your Christmas greetings. Not niiici; knowing that vour money, was being Porter.. Mis, De spare If you want to get j e.pcntol. 'rhe rates for the ta "T your name and address printed on j dillerc.il departments are as i [xrce comody them. Secure them now at the (17 and ovnr) yearly ,t ono to the aid office. Wide to select Jli.OO. Inlerniedialcs, H above "I-Ns "In Old Callfor- Call tSI, the UttibrldRt Ser'lce lor .mcsaajte tint