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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FH6B BUS TO AL TRAINS Hotel a Day Hotel In Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald WHEN IN LETHBRIO'OE The DalliiK Hotel Is the Boat and Moit lent Place to Stay Don't Put Off Your Christmas Buying Do il ciirly ami you will ;icl wisely. The many, ad vaiii.n'iros sofiireiMiy early shoppers makes il while. will have larjre assorl infills to seleei from. There is no rush or confusion and you yel wlml you preier. Lei us help you select now.. SILVERWARE SPECIALS Coffee Percolator I'm Coffee Percolators aluminum. at to Chafing Dishes to ........S6.00 to linking to Tea Pots .........S1.0Q to S3.75 Coffee Pots to SKATES FOR BOYS GIRLS Sizes to fit every foot; styles to please everyone ....50c to 55 SCISSOR SETS An ideal gift I'or ladies. Sets of 3 aud 4 pairs of select quality. Prices ...........J1.25 to FENDERS AND FIRE SETS A bis shipment Just In. Kcmiers and sets in polished brass, finish. The, best value have ever yhovvn. Fenders to Kin: Sets ..........W.5D to A GOOD CARVING SET. will be as welcome and useful a as yon can select. Prices lo DON'T OVERLOOK SAFETY RAZORS We sell all the Rood ones anil they are specially good for men's gifts. Each ..SI to Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Wn Olv. Seeds: Attention P. O. Bex Mall Order. Xmas Shopping Now is the time to select your Ximis presents. Our storU is very larpe and you will find it easy to make yotir selections. STOKE OPEN EVERY EVEXIXG ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE NEW WH1YNEV BLOCK DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD The Value of Pure Drugs and the Necessary Experience in Compounding The value of Medicine lies equally between the purity anfl pow- of the drugs and the method and manner o' their compounding.. The drugs we offer are strietly of the highest class. Our training, experience and equipment assure that all medicines will ha com- Bounded right. Hrini: all your prescriptions here to be filled. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. R1PLEV, MANAQEH, PHONE 771 Mirrors That Give Right Reflections A clean cut reflection Is what you want in a mirror. This means French plate glatfs and bevel edge wK-h perfect silvering. Don't overlook the fucr. that, it must be in good form also. Our mirrors bear >tbc quality stump. Triplicate, stand, shaving, hand, and dressing mirrors. Prices ranging from to A mirror makes a gift. JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION DRUGQISTt 14 JOHNSTON A JACKSON. BLOCK. PHONE 1231. EXCELLENT LAGER AND PORTER AND SWEET AND PLAIN SODAS APPLES FOR THE TABLE THE MclXTOSIl KE1.) king of nil apples, will plonso Mini sMtisl'v von. lieina' llu; jiieiusl anil Itcsi I'liivonul npplo on t.lie nuirkul, jusi lake notice of liu- ILK! 11 COLOR. Those aru isiilni! very fust -and a car of flrat class fruit of this kind at the prlco cjuoted will surely not laf-i Take our lip and yet a cane or two at pn-wnt prices. 3 ibs. for Standard Slle ....................I2-50 Other Winter Sample o! Mi'Intoxh Apples. iXotlec out-Window THE GOOD COMPANY PHONES! Grocery Dept. 525. Wholsialc Dipt. 1371. Ice Cream Dept. 627. HIGH CLASS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONP'ECTIONERV WHOLESALE A RETAIL Wholenle Dept. 1271. Creim Oept. 627. CITY AND DISTKICT T. L. Hunii-ll, of HevMstolw, is H'lnliiiL' a (lays in tin1 c'ity. 11. JelliiT, om: df thi1 prominent Spring Coulee farmers, is in thti city today on business. Tho city stores aiv at present bus- ily making preparation for Christinas. L. -Stewart, oi Minoi, NO-, is a few 'toys Iwkins ter some business in tores ts. 'I'he Hev. ilr. Shearer, of Calgary, preached at both services in Kno.v cluirch yesterday. H. W. Meech, city assessor, return- ed home on Saturday night from Cal- gary, where he spent several days in the Land Tilles' Ollice, conlirjmng I property ownership here. Plans and specifications for the suwage disposal plant have been sent out- Tenders will he, clos- ed on Dec. 27th, and the contract 'awarded by this year's council. .1. H. Palmer went to Calvary this aftr-rnonn to appear before the court en bane and also to watch the in- i terests of -I. M.-Anderson, arrested connected with the Middletcm inur- I case. The municipal contest is attracting j Hi? attention of busings men at I present. Mat Irr." will ri'tna'n some- wiiat (jiiiel nniil I lie bat tie is ovt-r. [Tin1 man on the Mnv! tot lav is teni only to talk on election affairs. II. Treadway, a well known uirnn-r near was visitor to the 'city Saluniav I'uM. Mi. [Stales that thresh is si-ill in pro- errsK in Thai locality ami Hint it will noi. be finished before the end of the vi'Jir. THE TIME To ihln't of mixing your Christinas Pastry is now. THE 1'LACi: To set your mixing How's, Jolly Moulds. Pudding lias- ins, etc., is at our store. SEE OUR LINE WELLER COOKING WARE. IT IS THE BEST. OUH LINES are COMPLETE DISTRICT NEWS i; SEE' OUR- WINDOWS IKIRKHAM BROS v 315 Phone BUSINESS LOCALS n "SUCCESS" FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Made of extra licnvy Lake Supcr.lor cold rolled copper, tha itrongeet Firo Extlngulsbcr made, [osled to 350 pounds per square inch. Cast bottle holder. Hose cannot be torn off; tUo only way It can bo moved Is with a wrench. No time wasted, simply turn bottom np and II works Instantly. Can be stopped at, any moment, (nil chargti need used; con- eeqnently there Ifs no waste or ncedlficfi destruction of property. IB not broken, can be used over and over again. Can be re-charged by any ono in a few minutes for cost of 25c. Carried In slock by Canadian General Supply Co. Ltd. p. o. BOX Z7i> 521 SIXTH ST. Don't forget the firnntl I'oneort un- der the auspices oi St. Andrew's V. M.C., a! Unity I lull, nth Ave., N., next Thursday, Dec. 7. Admission 50 and 25 cents1. Come on-', conic all. Order now and get pnmrpt delivery j on the twelve-inch dry Buck-1 cr Yates. Phone 1381. 2GJ1-01 Don't leave until too late ordering I your Christmas greetings. Not mud- j time to spare if you want to get your name nnd address printed on them. Secure them now at the Her- ald ollice. Wide range to select from.'! Call G66, the Lcthbrirtgft Messenger oi' Miy.aml .Alra. .lae Cyr to bap- Service for quick message anil tuf- !ti7-c their infant J.O.H1GIMBOTHAM SCO. LIMITED Family A Dispensing Chemists JAPANESE AIR J'LAXTS Wo JiJivc some now those They muke fine whle orna- .nic'iiis HatL look fresh for (Se'dnr stock. The range wfll you. They -are going iike ho-, cakes. Coins nnd jhakc your selt'o- tion. J. ti. Co., ltd AVEBBIilt Klllsmore, Nov. Williams, Kred and t'limiiy, left, lust for DuKola to he gone ?or ijood. have oxperienced quite :t severe spoil of winter weatltor for so early j in the season for Alberta but it is of i the ntiiml quality now. j We are said t say ilo is our pninfiiJ; duty to have to report that one of our j esteemed yolnlK men of this vicinity died recently afler a very short sick- i ness. Walter Wright was liked by i every one. We, was an Kngliahman j by birth, anil had been out in this country about -four years. He pected soon lo make proof on his homestead if he had lived. Harry Davies took tue body to Leth bridge for burial. j Hiss E. M. Orr has left for the U. S. i to spend the winter. Since the weather has moderated} some of the farmers are busy hauling grain to market. Sam Pnrke came bank after spend- a .week with his family in Leth- bridse. Mrs. navies has to Leth-; i bridge for thr and son Harry! has to piay bache'icr. II. O. Diciiersnn and wife are back homestoarlins, aflcr beinii 'fhreEhing I nil fall. I H. Balletden, X. nakUan r.n-J M. flak j kail, 0. A. Stern, S. Park? and C. Hoi- adoy were all business visitors to Tu- 1 uer recently I There is considerable runinr of a jspvir beias built across the river at I Taller by one of the mines there ane jof -some elevator companies putting np house.'} there, whicn will he a grea" j accommodation to the people out j north, as long as itic-re is no raii- J road there. i .Albeit Haialden is np and annum jaKiiln, after gel tins broken. H. J. Culislinour was recently call- ed to the U. S.. as lie received word Kbat his sister was sick. Mrs. Douglas was in TabCT the oili- er clay, her mother reluming lo After all the and expense j that this district has been to establish {ing a school here, it seems impossi- hie to secure anything Hire a full at-, lendance. It is to everyone's interest to liave the largest attendance, so we can-get larger sr-hool grants. D. L. Martin, our manner, has bought "-'O acres of land in the C. Y., ami has turned into a farmer. him success. gage dolirery. 327 Rouml St. 210-1 BAK-XKY JFrs. Tlleo Odmark has returned From a nvo-morrilis' visit in Leth- bridge. The voting people gave a very eil- joyable dance on Friday evening in Koso Plain school house for .Miss Rev. G. Raker, of nespter, Out., Is at home with Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Domey. Mr. Thomas who nas visiting Mr. Dutfieid all summer, has return- ed to England, but. it in oniy for a short time. We expect him hack in -I. I'3. Davis has gone to Lethbridge on business. Geo. Johnston and his mother, Mrs. Anderson, are wintering in Taher. Mr. ami Mrs. Karl Whitaker are gone for a visit to Diamond City. They expect to Ire away all winter. S. 0. Wes-tre lias gone io Medicine Hat. Miss Johnson of Lethbridge is vis- iting Mrs. John Odmark. SPANIEL IS FOSTER MOTHER Spokane, Wash.. Dec. water spaniel owned .by Mr. and Mrs. William L. Wright of Spokane, and a winner of a bushel of cups and tro- the spring with his ramfiy to. make at interstate bench shows, has his home In Sunny Southern Alberta, served as a brooder for move than Brian McAndrews has his new homo two hundred orphaned chicks during all furnished, read.v tor the 'he last twelve monms. The animal who are now on the way from proved an excellent guardian for bee, and expected here in day or I 'he chicks, hut will have nothing what Uvo' [ever to do with ducklings and goa- UTS. Joseph C.vr entertained; Mr. Hugs. Levl Cyr anil Miss Lowther on Sutiir- "Pat" does not. desert his charges day afternoon. aftor 'tncv crawl out of the shells, V. Podhall is busy hauling wheat 'but tends to them will all tho care this week Mr. Podoll's wheat' is of a mature ben. The dog has defend- some of ine finest grown In this led scores 'of chicks from attacks by vicinity [hawks and predatory animals, at one Mr. 'warner'a mother from Noi.b. time killing a lurno cougar, which Dakota, Is vjsitlng him. R. Welnzel has kept seven teams busy oil week hauling flay.. Mr. Weiu- sel hid one hundred, acres aud got ten bushels to the aero. Rose Plain school closed on Wed- nesday tor the winter. Ley! Cyr drove Hiss Lowther to Ta- ller on Thnrsdny; -She is returning to her home in winter. We see hoi; again In the spring, when school opens. Mlsa Lnidn Domcy is at. home for the present with Mrs. Theo Odmark. llov. Fmhor called at tho went to tho hennery in search of a choice morsel. "Pat's" favorite son of a litter of seven, declines to brood, probably holding that a blue- blooded cios is above the poultry in- dustry. Both animals however, dp many little chores around the house. "Pal" carries home the groceries and newspapers, and cfcii hold nil own with a of hungry wildcats. Shihh'sGure WSWTfcTSStjSfr Webber, Xov. U. wlio has n position as travelling grain buyer for ti Saskatchewan milling company, located'at Moose Jaw, spent last week visiting relatives and friends here. The .Methodist clmrclr service has been abandoned for the winter months. Herbert Mcdhnrst is confined to tlie house with an attack of la grippe. Mr. and Mrs. A. 15. Jledlmrnt were guests of Mrs. F. Jones at lun- cheon on Thursday The same even- ing they were entertained to dinner at the J W. McKinnon home. I On Friday evening, Mr. nnd MTS. J. W. McKinnon, and Mrs. Fred W. Jones were guests of the Jlcdhursts, and on Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. McdluiTSt entertained Mr. and Mrs. ChtidlelKh. Mrs. took lir Medhurst to How Island on Sat- urday. Irom which place lie will leave for Moose Jnw. Conic again, Mr. Med- hllrst. Mra. Medhurst will visit friends at Bow Man dfor a few days. Miss Pike spent the week eml at the Walker home. J. W. McKinnon went to Lethbridge via Grassy Lake today. .1. Dick returned to "the Hats" last week. Paul Medhnrst ind Brneaf. Rowley hauled the engine from Ibe Medhurst well machine from south of Webber iael week, for tho purpose of grind- ing Knight and Elwootf are still out with their threshing outfit waiting -to finish up threshing operations. Eve Skelton Is at Grasay Lake. Mlsn Jennie Dick and Mrs. H. C. Ucockcr went to Bow Island today. Dan Wilson took W. Sims and F. Watt ''o llunlotle, from which place left for lllnh River. The Bentley Co'y. Ltd. Stocks full to overflowing .EACH WESTBOUND TEAlff Lrhigs an- other consignment of goods i'or ilip Festive Season. LADIES' NECKWEAR Newest novelties in this lino, assorted varieties too numoroui lo JABOTS, new aiilo frill effect, SCARFS .Oemrino Spanish "Uuu; In bliiclc or will to; fancy silk scarfs In colors; Belgian nmnufuuturod chiffon BCiirfu In shot effects; also l scarf's. BELTS Our Block in this lino was never more complete In silk and clastic belts. WOOLS! WOOLS! WOOLS! For thrifty gift workers: double and single; all shades; all colors. BEEHIVE YARNS. FANCY LIN ENS Stumped and plain linen drawn work aud Batenburg to mitt nil requirements. Shop Early ;uul Get First Chalet Christmas Presents We have just unpacked Rogers 1847 Sil- ver Plated Goods Pearl Handled Fruit Knives, Carving Sets (all sizes and Oak Cabinets containing all silver for table. -Quality is guaranteed COMPARE sure come back as hundreds are doing. 20 per cent off You'll be dul and sorry if you miss these BARGAINS Pnone P75 ASSIGNEE 510 3rd Avenue South. STEPHENS PAINTS a gallon. P. O. Box 127 lIKO QUESTION, presents itself -fflien the lover of all that's pure and good in FINEST CONFECTIONERY finds herself before.our stock of nalate-tickling Chocolates, Cara- Nout-al. .etc. Only ono way oui to test a (liffernnl. Uln.J wch time you liuy. Thus selling for good that OTJnS-ra the most siitistyiilg swoetness in tho world. ROCIION BROS. A prominent business man said the other day: "G ilmorc, that Quaker Bread is the finest bread I ever ate. You deserve success." "NAME ON APPLICATION." Ivud.m-We are waitlna for your uddroM, ai U you that lamplc loaf. i PHONE 1027 GILMORE SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Remember the big wash jnst finished? Think of the one to be done in a few days and prepare for it. Get a Washing Machine New Century, Boss Quick, High Speed, Ball Bearing, and others Wash Boards, Wringers, Ironing Boards, Clothes Lilies The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 6TM AND 4TM AVE, tfTHMIDOt ;