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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY HAVE YOU SEEN THE- Malleable Range The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. Box 670 SOLE AGENTS Phone 62 The Store of Quality 1 New rrivals Christie's Plum Pudding and Fruit Cakes PHONE 21 AND THE A real treat js in store for all Scotchmen iu the' HaiKist Church .evenidf. Ikv.. Win, ic-id, Jk-oiiaad, but now pas- or o( Uftptist Cfcurch will kia Liistntctivo lactuw i ML iuwi the SeoUV Mr. wiU )K> assisted by W. H, JCrs. J. ilorue Mitt M. JiacDouald all o( whoiu will will pUy the w'eo heard Mr, Reid deliver part the "Auld Scotch Scotchmen love. MJSJS All of hU lecture 'in tbo Methodist Church about -two ywfcrs ago will doubt loss, along with a host of pre- evening.. 1'he will' bo 25c. nod tho taiiuucnt will bcgiu ut 8 o'clock. 18 30 3-t _39 Victor Doable Victor, Berliner, Col- umbia and Edison Talking Machines. IMHilSflll'SW STOUE !d fatfet tf total Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. 4 4 4 4 ONLY MEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century. Please keep the Do- minion statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on week days. _ On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 10.30 to 11 a.m. _ 12.30 to 1 p.m. 4 to 5 p.m. 8 30 to 9 p.m. For other, urgent calls trse Phone 49 or Night Bell -..4 21 24 25 -5 Now's the best time to do Christmas Shopping is the best time because you have time to stroll around and choose at leisure whether you vratit a 5c Xmas Card or a SIO Toilet or Manicure Set. Cotne while there is time. FINilY Hi USPUSilS THE WEATHER Edmonton, trace cloudy Medicine Hut, snowing .10 Calvary, cloudy 20 Lethbridge, cloudy .05 Rogina, siiowing 16 Manitoba and Saskatche- wan. fair jou'd decidedly cold today. LitUo higher temjwraturcs Sunday with local snowfalls; _o. Alberta, comparatively mild. -Xot much cliahgo in 500 CASH Will handle this propoai- tion. Balance easy terms Fonr and up-to-date boose, centrally located, R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT TLOCK 1 BURTON THE BEAUTIFUL (Contributed) tuU'b an inter- eht iu her bows either, ut houw or abroad, and the night oi the of Dticenibttr uill touff be by Burtomteti, as haziest. Jtighl uf ihtir time. A Jtuicc proumtcxi by Messrs. O. mid JR. L. Freamau hcUT In the hotel Koo- tetuiy und helped out by Mer- cer 00 the juu.sic proposition, and lathee J'ortcr the iloor, A al good tiiue win; indulged in. cer got through a very gnuuiae in record time, so quick that tlw extras were nearly as numerous us others, find iho .'Violin -'Would bo going yet oiii> Tuvrcor rim out of horso' hair, for his violin 'bow., -To- wards 7 a. nt. Mr. A. Trucy. tupved a vole ol thanks to .their ap- proval of the euwl this was seconded by the bouse unanimously. O; Freeman, iu u few ckycr, well choseu and humorous remarks, acceptcfl for hUnsolf and brother, the so warmly accorded, and amid geuer al cheers, Mr'. Freeman sat dowu feclmg well with his efforts to pieoso his friends and neighbors Tis a tribute indeed to the iwpula ity of- the JYceman Ikothcrs by attetuUmcd at the dance, fiif outnum boring those of atiy, previous dtxncc u Burton the 'BcautifuU AND DISTRICT Dr. Dean of Maple. Creek; is in the [city. j H. A. Brings of Grassy Lake Is JK. f i the city. Mrs. P. M. Campbell not re- on Monday. A regular open meeting of the In- dependent Labor Party will bt held in the L.abor Temple this evening, 7.30 Wm. F. Tutc of Cranbrook, B.C., father of C. Koss Tate, is in the city, Tickets for the C. O. F. ball are now being sold by members ot the lodge. Mark. Johnston has moved into the Block behind P. Burns' but- Ukerta Drag and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I. 8, BFIEY, Hgr. UTKBiilDGE The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOi: icher shop. i The Gopd Cn. has received a car load of oranges and already many or- ders have bc-e-n placed. i II. X. Galer of Spokane, the prcsi- drnt of the Royal Collieries, Limited, is in the city today. Mr. Keuhner of Jlespurer, Out., will a position as bill clerk in the P. R. office on Monday. Dr. "Warnock of Pincher Creek ar- rived in the rity last night and went out to Cnrri.stou this morning. Rev. A. A. I.ytle will preach on the -subject "Tlie Midnight Ministry" at Westminster Church tomorrow. R. W. Bradshaw of Mngrath is in the city on his way to Chicago where he will purchase a Carload of Percherons. Public School Inspector J. tV. Brown is spending the in the city. Tic i? insjvcting the schools in south country. 1 The Thaten Duo are drawing pack- i ed houses at the Eureka every night. CITY AND DISTRICT The general annual meeting of the Lethbridge anu'District Agricultural Society will be held on -Thursday, Dec. 10 at S p.m., in Oliver's Hall. Conductor Gcnest, who has been1 at Lethbridge for the past" three or four months, has been transferred to Cranbrook and wiil again make this his Herald. Sec" Rbchou's 'Karidy Kitchen next week. Get some of his baby curls, canes, or ribbon candy. He has the largest stock ot Christmas goods that he ever had. Entire change of programme and motion pictures at the Eureka Mon- day night. J. P. Hanson-..of'.tis-Watcrton Luna ber 'Co., came m from Butte, Mont., last night and this morning went out to the Company's timber limits, with C. S. Hinkley. of the Standard Saw Mill Co., of Chicago and A little girl from N'o. 3 wandered away from home yesterday and got lost. She spent most of the day on the prairie without food. Mrs. J- M. Reding after satisfying her hunger took "her home, in the evening. J. E. MacGregor left this afternoon on the local with Winter tor Red Beer, where the latter is holding a special committee. Mr. MacGreg- or will, be away a week., and his shorthand -classes will commence on December 35. A great treat is in store for Opera goers in Oliver's Hall on Monday, Dec. 7th. J. McDonald's musical sue cess in "The Girl from Chili." Fif- teen first class artists and comedians: but laugh. Meets great success everywhere. Mrs. Mark TThite will hold u sale of fancy at her home 502, cor- ner Co'urtland and PvOund Streets on December 8th. 500-5 "The conditions of the forward a continuation of last Sunday morning's sermon will be the ill Weeks Old None of our assort- ed lines of Choco- lates are more than the above age. jj NO HMD CEITKS for woWa iio- beiun Ibe FOOT TOGGERY. havfe a worid-wwie and no in- troduction to the citiiieM of Letbbridge, have also the and Haf tr for women aud can fit all pockets well as the feet i NELSON GOW Boxesfilled to order Largest Assort- ment in the city. All made with the freshest cream." WOT inCIll AT THE .EUREKA 'The seating, capacity of the Eureka lait night was put to a severe an3' the proprietors' were obtain'all Hie spare chairs, in the neighborhood" of the theatre. This is no.t "to be -VrouUered at ior tlxe pro- gramme was an excellent one. The Thateu Ducc Lu, the charac- C4is oi Heine their ainxising patter, smart good soiigs, fairly-look the house by storm. 1'he audience was kept in a continual scream the whole. clever was on the stage. This turn has undoubtedly caught on in Lethbiidgc and deservedly too, for it is throughout, clean, funny and cltv- er. Amongst the films -which are all A. X special mention should be made of "The which HJ th'rilling in the extreme and full of exciting in- cidents. There in" no- need for us to recommend the recommends atself. Our advice there early. HERE'S A GOOD CROP Magrath, Dec. Piencli, who has a farm about four miles to the West of town, has been employing the _ painters and decorators on his for the past'few days He intends re--i cling in the townvfo the winter. He reports having ha< a vety good crop of fall wheat, this year. He had 372 acres: of wheat aud threshevl "bushels of wheat. This is. an average of -17.27 bus. to the acre: Xmas Presents at Wright's in te tMtte tot if M Utti Mr our othtr lint tf goods In HaruTPainttd .China and Souttnir goods. Libby Ctut Glass and msksrs1 and Fancy Ebony Fancy and Fiold 'and Glasses Fountain Pent and Fancy Clocks Jowtl and Silver Novoltits both m and solid Gold R- A- Wright The Jeweler BSIiaOFIAUiiACEUCENSES HELPS Why not have acrashing machine to lift the drudg- ery o! the. back-breaking washboard; It will do the work better, faster and easier. Have demonstrate it for you. r.y _ c Our window is washday goods. The Merry Musical Comedy Success By H. P, J. McDonald And his Big Company of First class Artists and Comedians will appear in subject at Wesley Church tomorrow! morning. The evening topic will be "The ever present life." Strangers! made welcome. Rev-. Wm. Reid will continue his sermons oa beginnings in the Baptist Church tomorrow. His morning sub- ject will be "Christ and His First Miracle." At the evening service the choir will sing-. All seats free and unappropriated. Hymn books provid, ed. Everybody welcome. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION TO nine roomed house on Wnllworth St., North Apply John T. MeT.voT. Lethbridge, Post- office. 302-fi room Apply Oxford Cafe. 302-6 McKeown Hard- ware Company Ltd. THE TOOL HOUSE PHONE 302 BITAN BLOCK JE. Jl Rogers-Cunningham lumber Co, Ltd, Phones 28 and 128 Yard North of Track Ofct Convenient Mailing Xmas Presents Sofl Leather Shopping Bags i Sort Leather Necktie Holders Photo Holders i u Shaving Paper Books Xmas Cards A pretty little Single Photo or Local View Holder atlOc each J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Dn.Mi.t -----___ QUALITY QUARTERS SEASON TICKETS ADMISSION Oliver's Hall ONE NIGHT ONLY Itoii. BBC. 7 A Guaranteed Attraction -If yoti want a good laugh coine and see the best comedians' on the road Band Concert in front of the hall at 7.45 Seats on Sale at J. D. Higinbotham's Drug Store POPULAR PRICES I Cor. Bompas Bartlett British S Colonial Photographic Co. WHY go ail the way to town when you can purchase those nice childrens' toques, vests and drawers rifht here. WHY wear those old soiled corsets when you can. purchase the famous P. C. Corsets from 75 cts. upwards '-WHY. have your stockings wrinkled when you can be comfortable with a'pair of suspenders. WHY not pay tkia store a visit, arid let us show you. pur nice fresh stock of goods. We will be courteous to you and put ao pressure on you to purchase. We will make yen feel you want to come again. WHY_don't you come along an! give a chance to Mrs. Douglas WESTMINSTER ROAD NORTH WARD FACING THE LAKE r r i M INK I MM i WW Art you haying Photographic troubles? and we will help always at your serrice, and any qaestion will be cheerfully an- swered ADVICE GRATIS Amateur Photographers are specially invited TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Developing, Printing and Fin- ishing done for amateors. AU work finished inside of 3 days H Full line of Xmas Goods oi. all kinds' sale at remarkably :ipw prices. Come and look over our lines whether you buy or not. It is ai pleasure to show you .the goods The Bctt Aisortment of ;_'r j f ectionery you ever laid eyes on 1: WE HANDLE ONLY THE; BEST: LINES The Up-to-Date Grocers A LUCKY ENGINEER Herald.) A couple of miles east of Toronto, a freight train decided to leave the top of an embankment, and take a rest at the bottom. So Ihe engine rolled forty feet, pinned one of its s under, and began to burn. This, however, was only to tease him, for along came a freight car, stopped' at the right spot, ran full tilt down the hill, hit the engine in the right place, and made a hole for the driv- er to crawl. ont. which proves that in.ip.iift.itc have .'caught football fcvr. Special Oaks And be comfortable. Price, height and durability will bear your strictest in- vestigation Call and sec them HAYR. BROS. Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 ;