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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CASTLE HOTEL 'ititiplt Roomt in Connection NEW AND UP-TO-DATE IKe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY When in IS THE DALLAS HOTEL Skates We have a complete line TO Buy a pair of double runner skates for the children to learn on. ONLY 50 cents. The Hick Hardware Co. To Reasonable Thinkers Quality Talks Our stock is now com- plete. New Raisins, Currants o Peels, Dates, Figs, Cherries, etc. Tartan Canned Fruits and Vegetables I Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables Si and Crockery o Phone 21. Prompt Delivery Special Caih Bargain Sale the balance of this week. See Wednesday's Herald for prices. g A car of Christmas Goods on the track to-day. Keep your eye on our advertisements. Phone 93 High Class Prompt Delivery P.O. BOX 670 PHONE 62 XMAS Buy. .your presents early "arid hold'Hhem or y ju. .member stock is large and y ou easily- -fet'yOur" 'f Block' far; Underwood; Typo-. This is an item any gentle- man .can give to anybody. That's what makes it so pop- ular for presents. That's i why we put in so tremen- dous a stock. Tou could pick from our stock at random and be sure of being pleased in your selection. Come, and i see our stock anyway. i A Neat Gift to a sKaving mirror wita.or 'without cup" and brush on' a "stand. We have, .them .with" plain or convex mirrors of clear, thick gliass. At all 'prices the range' is _ and well assorted. -JJJipbotliani S-Co.ltl and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 42. Nigk. THE WEATHER. Edmonton, clear 4 14 .01 Calgary, fair 2 .00 Lethbridge. cloudy 2 .00 Medicine Hat cloudy .4 'M Swift Current, clear 8 Moose Jaw. cloudy '.5 -.05 Regina, fair -3i .00 Winnipeg, snowing IS S 1.00 Port Arthur, cloudy 42 1.05 Some heavy snow falls accompan- ied by high winds have occurred in Manitoba und Saskatchewan. 'Very cold weather has been general through aut .Alberta and Saskatchewan..while in most of has been more moderate. CITY AND DISTRICT E. Jackson, of the N .W. Jobbing Co. staff left yesterday morning for an extended visit at his home in Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Harris will oc- cupy E. A. Sharman's residence on Ford St. for the winter. Mrs. and Miss Harris arrived in the city yes- terday. Everybody come to the of apples tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Hyde Saur.ders, Ford St. Dr. D. A. Taylor leaves for Cal- gary tonight where he will be mar- ried on Dec. S to Miss E. Louise Price of Havelock, N. B. On their return they will live in the Council house on Dufferiu St. A. E. Ives purchased from W. R. Hull on Saturday two lots adjoining R. O'Hagan's property on Redpath St. The price is said to be around the mark. .Fine and Tuesday. "Forecast 'v very-, cold' today .and The westbound Flyer was very late this morning, because of the Switch- men's'" strike, which necessitates officials switching the Flyer out of St. Paul. Complete change of program at'the Eureka tonight.- Ail new people and new pictures. See the A feature film. The annual meeting of the Agricul- tural "Jwhich 'was'to' have held Saturday evening, was postponed' oh account of "the public meeting and will be held next Thurs- day0 evening at' eight o'clock in the Caledonian Hall. A large attendance is-'expe'cted''at this'meeting. F! laie manager .lor. the A. MacDonald Co. here, "with'his 4 ...CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. P. L. Naismith .will .not receive tomorrow afternoon. There will be Another public mass meeting next Friday evening in the North Ward. -The place of meeting will. be. announced later. Seats now .-selling-for. "Jim The'j Westerner" at the ...Arcade.' Prices, 25'c; 50c and 75c. I W.' A., Wilson, .who. was chosen. by the school ijqard for the, .position of [gents' furnishings. They will open in High, school "has declined ja nr Mr- returned Who's Your Baker? Better settle this question right away by calling up THE PHONE 551 made the cake given as a -prize at the Lycetim I for the best glide brother, "D.'A. Simpson, who until.) as field secretary' of the Baptist College at'Brandon. He'will1 assume his new duties at New Years'. His successor has not yet been chos- en. The many friends of Mr. Reid re- gret to see him leave the city and wish him success in his new work, which will '_ no doubt occasionally bring him to Be sure and. come to the Ladies' Aid Sale of fancy work, cooking and candy on Wednesday, December Sth from 3 to 6 o'clock 5n the of the Methodist Church. Tea will be served. Don't miss it 299-5 ..The marriage of Peart of the Pioneer Lumber Com- J sition to handle their pany, to -Miss Elizabeth H. Gardiner I number of customers. was held in Wesley Church parsonage last Wednesday evening at Rev. T. P. Perry performed the nuptial rites. Mr. and Peart will re- side at 422 Bartlett street. Secure your seats early for "Jim The Westerner" at the Lyceum to- night. usual large Dr. C. W. Clark, of Winnipeg, is in the city to-day to attend a meeting of the directors of The Diamond Coal Co. at Diamond City this afternoon. It is two years since Dr. Clark has been here. He is just returning from a trip to Spokane. The C. P. R. selling 200 bbls. of choice apples tomorrow at Hyde Saunders, Ford St. W. L. Wilson, auc- tioneer- A lecture on Emerson is to be giv- en by G-eo. B. Broadley at the Pres- byterian Church to-night. This .is without doubt one of the best talks of the season, and nobody should miss it. In will be sorry if you don't come. There-will be a so get there early. Owing to the rush that is now on the Bentley have decided to keep open Wednesday evening of each week during the sale. That's some play. What? "Jim The Westerner' to be given at the Lyceum tonight. The Auditorium Rink 1239 Dufferin St opens tonight This is the big- gest sheet of ice this city has ever had and will be patronized by crowds of young people who have been look- ing forward to the opening night. The rink is surrounded by a fourteen foot fence and is well lighted. Large warm dressing rooms are provided and the city can always depend on first class ice when the weather .will permit. Season tickets can be pur- chased at the rink or from the Leth- bridge Sporting Goods Co.. Round St. Lethbridge Homestead of American Yeomen will meet for election of of- ficers tonight. And Assorted Stock. Hayr Bros. i iii I I I P.O. Box 27 Phone 75 FREE VOTES. If you are a patron of -The Her- ald, you are invited to have a voice in deciding who are to awarded the prizes in. this greaf contest If you are not a patron, you are invited to be, and way help some friend. The voting is free to patrons ot The Herald. I -C 4 i M M Christmas North Yard, Phone 23 East Yard, Phone 321 General Off ice, Phone 123 Acad'a Block t Presents Suitable for both ladies and gentlemen. We have a large range of J Goods, Perfumes, Candy, Brass Goods, Calendars, Xmas Books, Cards, Etc. r J- J- Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST 'Jluto Skate We Sell the Famoui jfutomoblle fastest j Strongest and JElghtest jCockey Skate llsed in Canada Auto Mode! C. Pr, Auto Model B Pr. Cycle Model 25 Pr. Cycle Mode! 5 Pr. Cycle Modsl 10 Pr. Cycle Model 20 Pr. Spring Skates Hookey Sticks 35c to 75c Regulation PUCKS 25v Skate Straps 20c and 25c Staff ord-jtgnew Co. (e you live out of write Coal GOOD QUAWTY Orders Promptly Delivered PHONE 225 South Alberta Lumber Co. Limited Felt Shoes and Overshoes Foxed Shoes. Get them now and Keep Warm NELSON COW The Early Days of Christmas Shopping Arc Here. We Are Ready. We have the most perfect line of the celebrated GLAUS SHEARS That can be found anywhere. Over 200 Varieties Embroidery Scissors. Manicure Scissors. .Trimming Scissors. Button Hole Scissors. Left Hand Scissors. Dressmakers' Scissors. Tailors' Scissors. Barbers' Paper-hangers' Scissors. Veterinary' 'Scissors'.' THIS IS THE DATE Lovers of music should not miss the Eureka tonight and hear The Oliver Romfrey Musical Trio. One of the greatest musical acts that has ever played through Canada, AJso Chas. Howison, a comedian of fame. An- other strong feature will be "The Ten- a very interesting subject to the pioneers of the prairies. Broncho Busters and how they treated the i tender feet. Exciting and amusing from beginning to end giving a vivid idea of the early days, in the West. On Friday night another feature film entitled "The Helping Hand." will be shown and with the high class vaude- ville on the bill, this week should pack the house every night. Remem- ber the Eureka is steam heated and the management makes your pleasure and comfort their aim. Sherlock Holmes wants to see you at the Lyceum Wednesday night. The: .assortment is too large Most Acceptable Xmas Gifts In boxed goods tlie very finest quality Sn 'Cutlery..., _' Razor v% Bazors. Carving And the: very best Pearl f Handled Goods 'vin .Boxes are certain to get you in our'assortment PRICES ARE fc.- The McKeown "We Ship out of Town Daily." Jf you want to-Jtirnish your honse to SAVE MONEY buy from Golden West Furniture Co. the cheapest store in town. Round Strest Opposite Herald Office Please trim carefully e round border VOTING COUPON Void after December 14, 1909 The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST 5 VOTES FOR Address. When filled out and received at Contest Headquarters before expiration of date above. ffAY AND FEED FOR SALE of Hay in Stock; Baled Straw for Bedding; Oats, Bran 'and Shorts LOWEST PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY RIPLEY BROTHERS Phone 294 Did you hear the Allen Players .vere going to give us "Jim The West- erner" tonight? Madame and Miss Norman's dance, Galedonkm Hall, Glyn street, Tues- day, Dec. 7th, a round dance will be introduced which will become as pop- ular as the "Velcta" that was in- troduced to Lethbridge two years ago Hy Idiss Norman at the Bijou. If you enjoy a good of early day's in the West, don't faii to visit the Eureka tonight or tomorrow niaht. H-H-I-M-M-H M I II 1 K-H- PIDGEON'S LETTER TO CLARKE Crow's Nest, B. C., Dec. 6, 1909. Mr. John Clark, Lethbridge, Alta. Dear I note the Lethbridge paper of the 3rd. Now, I am wining to uiake a return match at any point you might suggesi this side of Coleman or Cranbrook. Any rules or any number of rounds. I went to your town and lost and think I was at least entitled to a draw, but am will- ing to make any reasonable conces- sions for a return match. Kindly let me hear from you. Yours truly, JOHN PIDGEON. Your 5j Christmas f Kodak I I JL I t I People's Drug Store NORTH WARD. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert Druggist Phone 445 Night Bell J. You will be given a treat at the Lyceum tonight, so don't fail to se- cure your seats. ;