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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta riNBST JOB PRINTING AxThe Herald lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY When In lethbrldgt is the DIIIUS NOTE HAVE YOU SEEN THE- Malleable Range The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. Box 670 SOLE AGENTS Phone 62 The Store of Quality Just received another shipment of Christie's Biscuits PHONE 21 ILBiMDB[Eil& TheORlMIIIONStorelR the City THE WEATHER. Li-tlibridg(>, cloudy .. .. 42 26 Forecast.-Fair, and not ohanci' in tonipernturo. I Xmas Globe  Holly Leaves Graphic Black and White Pears London News and the English Weekly Papers now in. ROeERTSQN'S BOOK STORE 1st Door West of Union Banli Phona 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. ^ I CORREQ XMAS SUGGESTIONS There ia many a ilflif;lit-ful, acceptable and appreciable Xnias (jift in our big new stock. Classy, high-grade iiooda ofVered now at very low cost. Perfumes in bottles 25c to $10 Fancy perfume bottles $1 to S:J Perfume atomizers 50c (o -1 Military hair brushes $2 to .?10 pair Manicure Sets SM. to$15 Leather Hand Bny-coum tonight. Don't forgot the Truinnien'.s HftU to night in Oliver's Hall, tickets at llig inbothnm's Drug Store. There will t c a good time. Come and sit "Under tlie Truthful Tree," at the Eurelca tonight. r. H. Scanlon. general passenger agent (or tho Chicago, riurlington & j Quincy is in tho city on an ofRcial visit. G. D. Campbell, of tlio NoLson. Jtor ris Co., Chicago, has purchased tho cattle of .1. F. Hrud.sha\v, Magrath. and is shipping today. In tho list of Hospital donations yesterday the name E. G. Hazell .should have iMwn E. G. Ilagell, and Mrs. W. Hy.ssop should have been credited with S2 instead of 31. The boiler malior at the Iron Worlca left this morning for Killcrest on a job for the Maple f.onf Coal Company of that place. Read McKelvie and McGuire's big ad. in today's issue. Mrs. W. H. Morris will not receive this month but will receive on the second Wednesday and Thursday of next month. Rev. ,T. M. Harrison left on the local to attend a banquet in the interests of the T.aynien'B Misslonorj- Move ment at AUandale, near Macleod. Read McKelvie and McGuire's big ad. in today's issue. Fifteen cars of cattle went fioni the Cameron Ranch to High Uvvei- today. They are feeders to be finished on Mr. Cameron's ranch at High Ulvor. Tonight is the night to count our J^'lsa .lo-^lyn of Hartncy, formerly population. Do not niiss any one. the local public school staff, has j Don't forget to count all the pco- 'il'P"i"ted to take charge of the l.lo in the house tonight for the c�n- '>ei""-^'"�^"t the Indian Cin AND DISTRICT Christmas Shopping Has Begun in Earnest This Store is supplied with all the Newest Novelties. See our lines then compare prices By Express Today A very choice assortment of Ladies' Net Waists with the new, narrow long sleeve, becomingly trimmed in applique, silks, white nnd paris. each . .$10, $8, $7, $5 Leather Belts, 25c Another lot of Ladies' Leather Bolls, colors tan, brown, navy and black, straight or graduated styles, a bargain, each,.........................,.. 25c S3k Ribbons, 2 yds. for 25c 25 pieces pure Silk Taffeta Ribbons, width 4 inches, in all shades. Regular price of this ribbon is 2()c per yd, Clearing at 2 yds. for.................25c Read This List Teddy Bears, 25c and up Pin Cushions, 25c, 50c and $1 Hat Pin Holders, HOc Match Hokle re and Scratchers, burnt wood,, each 25c Leather Whisk Holders with whisk, 50c Gents' Tie Holders in leather, tiOc Fancy Watch Pockets, 30c Pipe Rocks 30c Fibre Whisk Holders, 20c Battenburg D'oy-lies, 10c Large Battenburg D'oylies, 25c Children's Handkerchiefs, colored borders. 10 for 25c Children's Work Boxes with silks, needles and thimbles, each 30c Ladies' Pure Linen Hem Stitched Handkerchiefs, 2 for 25c Fancy Chiffon Collars, new shapes, assorted colors, each 30c Hand Embroidered Linen Table Centres, $1.50 up to $5 Embroidered Pillow Shams, each 85c and $1 A Big Variety of Suitable Gift Articles at the Very Lowest Cash Prices PHONE 34 THE CASH STORE QUEEN QUALITY SHOES for women are now being shown at the FOOT TOGGERY. Thestj goods have a world-wide reputation and need no introduction to the citizens of Lethbritlge. We have also the Empress and Hagar Shoes for women and can fit all pockets -------- as well as the feet NELSON & GOW Flaving been Nominated for ALDERMAN t once again ask the Electors for their :: Vote and Influence If elected I shall endeavor to do my best for the city as I have done in the imst, anil vote for the advancement of the city's best interests. Vote for Ashcroft CITY ^ND DISTRICT. 'Iho public �ro i-eniindod that lo-nlght is tho thno that tho census is around for tho lnfornu\tlon In tho to be taken. 'J'he collectors will bo around lii the morning. Buy some of your Xmas presents at tho Bazaar in .the North .Ward church on Thursday afternoon .and eveninE. JUSTICE to ALL .TAS. ASHCROFT $500 CASH Will handle this proposition. Balance tnsy terms Four lots and up-to-date house, centrally located. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK ; New Brooms Always Sweep Clean ! Ws have the largest assortment of GRANITE WARE STOVES TOOLS etc. At the old stand and lowest cash prices IIHayr Bros.!  Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 i.sus return in the morning. 1 "Under the Truthful Tree," a big ' j hit at the Eurelta. lloyd. Good &. Co. have taken oflic-! es in the Hryan Block, i Engineer II. W. ilcLeod of the C. I P. It., -Medicine Hat, is in tho city. I Thos. U. Wooliord of Cardston. is in the city. Fred Jfacboth luis joimtd the stafi of it ho Bank of Commerce. I Chas. AlcClenaghan has sold eight ' lots on Glyn St. through Skeith & Tilley. ^ ' Read McKelvie and McGuire's big ^(nd. in today's Issue. J ! 'I'he Olds Gazette anno\vi'r to furtlter the best intiTrst'S of the city, and slinll try to liave all work done by resident taxpayer.-, and that tin' union scah; of wapes be the ininiMuim rate paid for all chissis of labor. Voius resiieelfully, HUOWN PIPES. Xmaj Basket; ROCHOII'S UNDK tITCHHI  Shaving Mirrors 111 nickel frames and on nickel stands, attached Brush and cup FROM $1.25 to $5.00 J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist QUALITY QUARTERS GRANITEWARE THAT LASTS ()ur stock of gniiiite-\var(> is lai'f^t' iiud wt'll as.sorttMl. Wc liave different grades for diiTeront inir- })OSC'S. We specially vt'com-uieiid "Straiiskv" ware made in .Vii.stria.^ It is made ol steel and has FOUR coatings" of enamel. Jt won't eliip. THE GOOD CO.'S Removal Sale Df Groceries & Conf ecfionBry As we have rented the nev block which is being erected by The Standard Land Co., situated opposite the Lyceum Theatre, we are putting on a Monster Slaughter 8ale of everything we have in the store, as we are going to clear out our entire stock regardless of cost before we move. Remember the reduced prices are for cash only, The following are a few of the bargains which are being offered: McKeown Hardware Company Ltd. THE TOOL HOUSE PHONE 302 BRYAN BLOCK COFFEE-Roasted, whole or ground, reg. price a.^c a lb., now '2()c, or G lb. fur .................$1.00 TEA-Krnpire brand Ceylon'tea, no better 1)11 the n.aixet, reg. 5()e a lb., now, a lb............... 40c JAM-Wagstaffe's pure, in I'i-oz. bottles, re;;. 25c, now, each---- 20c EXTRACTS-Pur.' Gold brand, in 2'.j-o/.. bottle^, reu'. 25c each, luiw .......................... 20c^'cr sizes in proportion. RAISINS-Seeded, in ))acUapeH, reg. l.'ie, 2 for 25c, now, package .. lOc RAISI NS-Valeneias, year's stock but in good .shape, ,'t lbs. for .. 25c SARDINES-Donu'Sllc, in oil or in nriislard. reg. lUe a tin, now, 4 for...................... 25c SOAP-I'.'udry's I'enrl, reg. \Uc. a cake, now, 4 for............. 25c DRIED PEARS-2 lbs. for .... 2Bc DRIED APRICOTS-Reg. 20c a lb., now, a lb................... 15c ONIONS-H. C. Yellow Dunvers, reg. 4 lbs. fur 25c, now, 0 lbs for .. 25c COFFEE-Jfocha and Java ground,^ re^'. 45e n lb., now 350 a lb., or 3 lbs, for..................1.00 JAM-Wagstaffe's pure, in 5-lb. pails, leg. !)0e and $1.00 each, now, a pail ....................... 80c RICE-rile Inst Japan, reg. ;j lbs for 25e, now, 4 lbs for ........... 25c JELLY POWDERS-Pure Gold brand, reg. 15e, 2 for 25c, now 10c, 3 for .......................... 25c CURRANTS-New cleaned, reg. I5c a lb., now. a lb............. lOc GINGER SNAPS-Reg. I5e a lb., now ,'i lbs. for .................. 25c HONEY-California Clover, in the coiiib, reg. 30c each, now .... 25c SOAP-Sunlight, reg. 4 fm- 25c, now 5 f(jr ...................... 25c DRIED PEACHES-2 lbs. for... 25c DRIED PRUNES-3 Ihs. for 25c, or a box of 25 lbs.....$1.75 to $2.25 APPLES-No. 1 WaHhin^ton stock, all good varieties, about 400 boxes, to clear out, at, per box $1.75 ORANGES-New Navels. We have bought a straight carload of Oraiige.s and Lemons direct from the paek-er.s in Oalif(n'nia, and are giving a special price either by the case or by till- dozen. liTe GOODCO. "p-*"-""" PHONE c8 3015 ;