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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LETHMIDOE OAILV TUEiOAY, DECEMBER 7, 1IOt. SHOO! SHOO! YOU ARE SURE TO GET WELL SHOD AT OUR MAMMOTH SLAUGHTER SALE OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES WHICH MUST BE SOLD OUT BY CHRISTMAS IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR OTHER DEPARTMENTS. WE HAVE SHOES FOR EVERYONE NO MATTER WHAT SIZE ORKIND IS WANTED. FOR MEN A full of all the latest models in black, tan and Oxblood Slices and FOR WOMEN 95.50 S3.25 All the latest makes of Fall and "Winter Shoes in black, tan. ox- blood and chocolate and made of the best vici, dongola, patent colt and patent kid Regular shoe Xmas sale 'f 82.50 Slippers and Xmas sale FOR CHILDREN AND MISSES I S3.25 Xmas Sale 85c 65e 45c Ws have shoes for every one in Boys, Girls and last but not least THE BABY. We are bound to sell out ail of our shoes before Xmas and you ar- tte on- who i going to benefit by it. Take a carsful look over price list. READ IT OVER; Think it ever. And then come In and see that what wa say is z fact. WILL BE CHARGED OR SENT ON I fl A. MacDONALD Co., The Cash Store The Native Purity and Fragrance of m TTI -L _LJ x is preserved the use of sealed lead packets. Black, FViixed or Natural Green. DAILY HERALD PATTERNS 1 i 1 i I i FORD Fire Alberta Imperial Cream Silver Spoon Tea Blue Tea Fresh Italian Chestnuts All Kinds of Imported Cheese CENT'S FURNISHINGS BOOTS AND SHOES Prompt delivery ,in all parts of the city. A VALUABLE CARGO ON GREAT LAKES 'Duluth, Dec. most valuable cargo to go down the lakes this sea- son will leave Duluth and Houghton today. The North Sea of the Mutual lice carries worth or copper for Buffalo on her last trip of the season. The D. G. Ker, of the Pro- vident Co., worth of flax, a capacity cargo of bushels of wheat. Dr. W. H. Parent has been nomin- ated for the Board of Control at Ottawa by French Canadians. Manv persons find themselves af- fected with a persistent cough after an attack of influenza. As this cough can be promptly cured by the use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, It should not be aHowed to run on until it becomes troublesome. Sold by all druggists. Her Daughter Took Very Sick Result Of ing Cold. City anil District Sill- c an Jt -CVJ See our stock before you purchase your CHRISTMAS PRESENTS LADIES' COSTUMES MADE TO ORDER. Sherlock Block Glyn Street 3113, 3111 SEASONABLE DESIGNS FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS Paris Patterns Nos. 3113, 3111 v All Seams Allowed This natty little Russian suit is of gray and blue mixed woolen goods, but the design is equally adapted to the heavy washable .fabrics. It con- sists of a blouse having removable shield, and sleeves plaited at the bot- tom or finished with wristbands; and knickerbockers, with the fullness at the knees adjusted by elastics. A belt of the material or of leather is worn at low waist line. The pat- tern is in 4 sizes, 2 to 5 years. For a boy of 3 years the suit will require yards of material 27 inches wide. The little coat (3111) is of the lat- est shaping, with double-breasted front, panel back and plaited side sec- tions. The development was in tan colored broadcloth, the close turn- down .dollar and flaring cuffs edged with fur. The pattern is in five sizes 2 to 10 years. For a child of 8 years the coat will require 2J yards of material 42 inches wide and 1-J yards of fur trimming. Price of pattern, 10 cents Mrs. Dennis Delaney, Friar's Head, N.S., writes: "At the close of the year 1907, our youngest daughter, five years old, took very sick as the result of catch- ins cold. She became very weak and could not move around at all. We con- sulted doctors and gave her various kinds I of but they did not seem to j relieve her any. On the advice of a friend I procured a bottle of your valuabla i remedy, Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, and after using the first bottle noticeable improvement was the result and after i using three bottles she was entirely cured. j I can certify that it was through your valuable remedy that she regained" her I strength and would advise every mother having young ones similarly afflicted to obtain your valuable remedy. For my- i self I would not without a bottle in j house." i S Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup eoa- tains all lung healing ef the Norway pint tree combined with Wild Cherry bark and other pectoral remedies. It hat stood tht test for many yean, and is now more jenerally used than aver. Price 25 cents at ill dealers. Manufao- tured only by The T. Milbura fX, j Limited, Toronto, Out. TELEGRAFHiC 6RIEF3 Provincial Secretary Hanna stated there would likely be a large reduc- tion in licenses in Ontario next May. Earl Grey is now: on a visit to No- va Scotia. The first train over the C.N.R. ar- rived in Ottawa yesterday, A man named Dudd was drowned at Victoria Harbor, Ont., yesterday. Come and hitch your dollar to the largest load it has ever i Twelve cars of stock were shipped from Lethbridge yesterday. The ladies of St. Monica's Guild hold their annual bazaar and pantry sale in the Parish Hall, Ford street, on Friday, Dec. 10th, begin- ning at 3 o'clock. The various booths will contain Christmas pud- dings, mincemeat, cakes, plain sewing, fancy work, paper goods, confection- ery and other things. Lethbridge people have a treat in store for them tonight. "Under Two ii-'iags" at the Lyceum. J. M. Lyons, from Tp. 3, R. 11, about SO miles south-east of Leth- 1 bridge, is in the city. He drove 40 miles on Saturday. He is one of a score of squatters in that township. He.has been there all summer and i raised thirty bushels of potatoes from a hundred pounds of seed. I Charles Tyner, of the Lcthpridge- I Weyburn Company, the agent for the Fraser Valley lands, was in the city 'yesterday. He was delighted with the success oi the advertising of these lands through the Herald colamiis i having had eight enquiries j in answer to their ad. People i being sent out every day 10 these lands, and the demand for the i land is exceeding the strongest espcc- {tations of the company. I I'll meet you at the Lyceum tonight I want to see "Under Two Flags." j Bob. Clarke and Arthur Davidson, j of Diamond City, were tried before j Inspector West on the charge of cre- j ating a disturbance at Mrs. Johns- i ton's boarding house in Diamond City. They pleaded guilty and were .fined and costs. i Seats selling now at the Arcade for Two Flags." mmnair Health Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beaoty. Ko matter how long- it has been gray orfaded. Promotes a luxuriant growth, of healthy hair. Stops its falling anjl positively removes Essn- druif- Keeps hair soft and glossy. Sc- fase all substitutes. times as much, in SI.00 as 50c. size. Is Not a Bye. Send 2c f..r frva book "The Cnre of tl Hay Spec. Co., Kewaii, IT. J. Hay's Harfina cures red, roiurh and chaptwd hands. aH s k'r skin fine an soft. 25c. tlru-'-'ist. SeaU2c for free book "The Csie oftUe Jskia. For Sale By J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD. CITY AND DISTRICT The annual Christmas "'treat" or entertainment of the Presbyterian Sunday Dchools of the city will be held on "Wednesday evening, Dec. 22nd, in the basement of Knox Church. In this entertainment the Sunday School of Knox Church will unite with that of St. Andrew's Church, the new charge in the North Ward. The programme- will begin at 7.30 p.m. and end about 9 p.m.. The parents of the children both north, and south of the track are cordially invited to come with their children One of the best plays the Altert Players put on, "Under Two Flags." Prices. 25, 50, 75c. C. Ross Tate, the well known jew- LADIES'" SIX-GORED SKIRT Paris Pattern No. 3117 All Seams Allowed This smart tailored skirt in dark blue cheviot, with plaits in groups' and a side pocket, is one of the new- est, and is decidedly chic. It is cut in six gores, with slightly raised waistline and closes at the left side front seam. Stylish and serviceable development may be. had in serge, broadcloth and panama. The pat- tern is in 6 to 32 inches, waist measure. Size 26-inch waist will rcqliire 8i yards of material 20 inches wide, yards 2-1 inches wide, 4J yards 36 inches wide, 3J yards 42 inches wide, or 3 yards 54 inches wide. Width of lower edge in med- ium size about yards. Price of pattern, 10 cents In St. Andrew's church, Chatham, Rev. Dr. Battisby, the retiring, pas- tor of the church, was presented with a complimentary address and a cheque for as a gift of apprecia- tion from the members of his cnn- gregation. The new Methodist church .-it on was opened yesterday. Just because appearances are de- ceitful, don't neglect Bentley's Big Sale is on. Premier Deakin, of Australia, has arranged for a conference on 15 of representatives of the Admiralty, [Fiji, New Zealand, and Australia, to deal with the subject of wireless tel egraphy for the Pacific Ocean. The Kingston Shipbuilding Co. or- ganized with a capital of have leased the Dominion Dry Dock for a year. The contract for the substructure of the new Quebec bridge has been awarded to Mr. P. Davis for 000.' city, took the cake at j the Lyceum Theatre last week for I unique advertsing. The slide shown j on the curtain was designed by The I Ensign Co. Don't forget the Allen Players put "Sheriock Holmes" Thursday right. Mrs. I. E. Harris last just arrived in the city from Marion, Iowa, hav- inb come to join her husband, who I has been here the past few months i J. A. Harris, of the 0. W. Kerr Co., induced his brother to come out, feel- iiig sure he would like the country i and want to stay, and the arrival of 'Mrs. I. E. Harris shows that J. A. i H. made a good guess. A. A. Johnston of the farm, near Stirling is busy these days gett- ing stock, implements, buildings, etc.. on the ranch in preparation for strea uous operations in the spring. They have about seven" sections of which acres are sown to fall wheat. They are purchasing a bunch of good heavy horses and will probably use a steam or gasoline outfit besides for plowing and other heavy hauling. Owing to the rush that is new on The Bentley Company have decided to keep open Wednesday night of each week during the sale. The 0. W. Kerr Co. had a party of twenty-five landseekers in from U. S. who returned east or. Sunday morning. While the weather inter- fered considerably with showing the land, still they report fairly good sales to this bunch. place Jor residents of North Lethbridge to buy their furniture, china-ware, glassware, etc., Furniture Co. Westminster Rd, North Lethbridge quickly ecunha, cores colas, heals the throat and 25 ccnv ;