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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfttTtN THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1909. CASTLC HOTEL tampU In Connection NEW AND UP-TO-DATE The Lethbridge >aily Herald THE PLACE TO 8TAY Whtn in IS THE DALLAS HOTEL I. i i t ft i SUGGESTIONS FOR XMA Carving Sets, Table Sets, Pearl Handle Silver Knives 8 Forks and Spoons I Children's 3 piece Sets, Pearl 1 Handle What would make a better Monarch range. Call and get our Prices. We money. Xinas Gift than a 5 will save you The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. BOX 670 PHONE 62 c> rr 1 I I 1 1 I 1 To Reasonable Thinkers Quality Talk? Our stock is now com- plete. New Raisins, Currants Peels, Dates, Figs, Cherries, etc. Tartan Canned Fruits and Vegetables GEO. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 21. Prompt Delivery i I i i 1 jB i H-; i I I S I I I Bargains Refe for Friday and Saturday Paper to Phone 93 THE GOOD CO. Higli Class Grocers Felt Shoes and Overshoes FEET in our All Felt or Felt Leather I w E 0- e 5 Large Range of Xmas Novelties and up Manicure Ssts CALENDARS XMAS CARDS Brass and Leather Goods Pictures Art Books Dolls Games Gramaphones !OBI Pheni 251 New Whitney Block for Underwood Typs- writer The Very Present i i You Want is Here i i i I You can get the very present you want at our store at the price you want to pay. Holiday Goods Perfume, Toilet Articles Toilet Sets, And Gift Things have taken possession of bur store and -will have full sway for the holiday season. It 1 n It Prescription Specialists I B. ffigr. Santa Claus Reindeer Dolls And numerous other novelties that can be filled with con- fectionery, are for sale at HIGINBOTHAM'S Have you seen the miniature Xmas trees with candle hold- ers attached. Very useful for table decoration. See them in our window. THE WEATHER. Leth bridge, cloudy S -00 .Moose Jaw, Cloudy 12 -00 clear 10 .00 Port Arthur, cloudy 16 .00 Weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly fine and very cold. Extreme cold wave has entered Manitoba Forecast Please trim carefully around border VOTING COUPON Void after December 17, 1909 The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST 5 VOTES FOR.................................- Address. When filled out and leceiYed at Cooteet Headquarters before expiration of date above. -CITY AND DISTRICT LOST On Thursday noon, on Red- oath or Round Sts., lady's open face with the initials "M.H.M." oold watch with the initials on back. Also fob. Finder ?p fae rewarcjed by calling at 305-O j Sjr The regular meeting of the Y.M.C. Stron- easterlvlnds. Low pres- j Mock Parliament will not be held to- sure and local snow falls. j night. The parliament will mee. j i next week as usual when the navy j CITY AND DISTRICT j question will be discussed. An exec- A Real Safety Razor utive meeting of the club is called for J. D, Hiptottiaffi S Family and Dispensing ChemistB. Telephune 49. Nigk C. 0. F. meet tonight. The Yuen case was adjourned j tomorrow evening. from this morning to Saturday morn- The in- on account oi the absence of the D LARGER informant, Chow Sam. j Tlie Dominion Express Co. request ohsrlock the Lyceum i citizeas residing between Wood j tonight. street and Westminster Road and I The Garbutt Business College have gOUtri as far as London Road to be moved across the street to the Al- i particular when Creels jberta Block. But both day and night Address" so that parcels schools oi the business college will be delivered. The delivery.limits i postponed till Jan. 3rd, owing to no have beea enlarged and now extend i heat in the Alherta Block. over the area mentioned. _____ -Sherlock the Lyceum j---------- i tonight. j "Sherlock the Lyceum The ladies oi Westminster Churcli tonight. You can either use it as an i ordinary razor, or attach o The Early Days of Christmas Shopping Arc Here. We Are Ready. We hare the most perfect line of tlie 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' Scissors. Paper-hangers' Scissors. Veterinary Scissors. ;T; safety I i will hold a bazaar'and sale of home-j made cooking in the church tomorrow j afternoon and evening. Alexander Dumas' famous "Camilie." R. D. Shantz has been elected presi dent oi Wesley Church Epworth League on to succeed Geo. McLelland who resigned on account of illness and who intends to leave for the East as soon as he recovers, -Sherlock the Lyceum tonight. A meeting of the ratepayers will be held tomorrow night at eight o'clock in Kennedy's Hall, North iWard, to discuss municipal matters. i The atdermanic candidates are asked to he present and address the meet- ing. Big change in the vaudeville tonight at the Eureks. Hear Howison the A. P. Fleming shipped five cars of j wonderful bird warbler. cattle from Magrath to Toronto last j C. W. Maclnn-es of Edmonton, grand night. j chancellor of the Knights of Pythias DoVt miss the famous Polmatier for the Domain of Alberta, r Sisters, Monday, Dec. 13th. Tickets j official visit to at Higinbotham's. 305-2 j night. This i -Sherlock the Lyceum! Tisit to Lethhr dge and he expresses (tonight. j himself as delighted with the city. j The adjourned annual meeting of exander Dumas' famous "Camiile." Agricultural Society will be held at j The second of the series of univer- S.30 tonight in the Caledonian Hall- j sity extension lectures will be deliv- Thc Polmatier Sisters will give a I ered in the Central School 'tomorrow musical treat at the Central School} evening when Professor Kerr will Icc- Monday, Dec. 13th. on the subject, "France, at the ten-body come. 305-2 accession of Louis the fourteenth." MARKETS The price of wheat standing at SC cents all. last week has taken a rise oi one cent' this morning. Flax has gone up twenty cents in the week. Live stock and fowl changed. Ko. 1 Northern............ No. 2 Northern ___ No. 3 Northern............ No. 1 Alberta 'Bed......... 0s0 No. 2 Alberta Red......... O'7" No. 3 Alberta Red......... Oats, per cwt. Barley 'GUARANTEED7' cash. Heyr P.O. Box 27 Phone 75 The assortment is 'too "large to give details. We have Acceptable Xmas Gifts oods of the very finest quality in Strops. Carving- Sets. Pearl Handled Goods in Boxes. rtain to get what you want in our assortment. IB boxed Cutlery. Ivazors. And the'verv Lest You ure ce FRIGES ARE 0. K. The McKeown Hardware- Co., Ltd. "We Ship out of Town Daily." Camilie." "Toninht is your last see the "Moon Stone" reka. chance to t the Eu- Alexander Dumas' famous Mrs. T. M. Ramsay of Pincher H Creek is visiting her sister, Mrs. P. McMurony at 512 Westminster Road. Polmatier Sisters Th- musical -vent of the season, at convey his thanks to his many inends CentS School auditorium next for kindness and sympathy extenoed Monday at 8 o'clock. 305-2 durin CARD OF THANKS MOClelland hereby desires to- illness. Of TIT" A uTY, Aiw paid an the lodge, here last is Mr. Maclnnis' first GEQ. N. McLEAN General Cartage kinds of te-iming done satisfactorily. Goal delivered C. 0. D. 52< Glyn St Phone 131 BUY ROGERS- CUNNINGHAM LUMBER Quality Right Prices Right Rogers-Cunningham lumber Company Id Nortn Yard, Phone 23 Ewt Yard, Phone 321 General Office, Phone 123 Block Hear The German Band at the Eu- reka tonight by the- Oliver Remfrey Trio, Mr. W. H. Parsons, grocer, West- minster Road, has disposed of his business to Mr. Robinson who will rent the store and rooms over the store. J. J. Johnston has opened up his stock of Christmas goods in the Sher- lock JBlock, corner of Redpath and 'Glyn Sts. St. Monica's Guild will hold its an- nual bazaar in the Parish hall, Ford St., Friday Dec. 10th, at 3 Booths will contain Xmas puddings, cakes, mincemeat, plain sewing, fancy goods, dolls, paper goods, candy etc. Tea served at 4 o'clock. Come early. It is to be hoped that a large crowd will turn out to hoar this lecture. Will the gentleman who picked up a parcel of laundry at the R. R. cross- ing near Ellison Mills en Sat., Dpc. 5. return same to Mrs. E. H. Wilson, St. and Caule on the Steers, per lb. Cows, p Hog- Lire, per cwt. Drt-i-ed. per cwt. Shvep: Live, per cwt. Dressed, per cT.vt. Poultry: Geese Turkeys 0 20 Chickens 0 12 Fowl 0 10 Duck? 0 ]5 Dairy butter ........0 IS Creamery butter .....030 P-T' dozen ----030 0 16 0 22 0 15 0 12 0 16 0 21 0 35 0 40 Potatoes, per 1 00 reward. 305-2 "Sherlock toninht. at th. tfuto On Thursday the 9th I shall open for sale my r Christmas Stock in the cor- ner of the We Sell the Famous SHERLOCK BLOCK Drug business will go f- in temporary stand on Round St. until further nolice. ..iiiiii T-------- I J. J. Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUQQIST Ijhe fastest, Strongest and jfockey Skate llsed in Canada Auto Model G...................: Pr, Auto Mods! Pr. Cycle Mode! 25........- Pr. Cycle ModsJ Pr. Cycls Model Pr- Cycle Model Pr- Spring Skates..................75c to Hockey Sticks............ 35c to 75c Regulation Pucks.....................25c Skats Straps..................20c and 25o Staff Co. 'fffyou live out of town j write us." DOT THESE PRICES DOWN: E. D. SMITH'S JAMS IN 5 lb. PAILS Black or Red Currant each Peach cach Plum.........................-..... 70c each Gooseberry each Strawberry 75c each Red Raspberry 75c each Black Raspberry 75c each Raspberries or Red Currants..........75c each Orange Marmalade 60c each XMAS CONFECTIONERY AND FANCY BOXES ...............35c BEE BRAND TEAS You have tried the rest and know that BEE BRAND IS THE BEST. Mo in y, 1 lb. packages, 50c grade, 45c No. in 1 lb. packages, 45c grade, now 40c No. 107% in 1 lb. packages, 40c grade. 35c 40c boxes Toe boxes Larger and higher price packages at propor- tionate reductions, Choice Seeded Raisins, 12 oz. pkt, 3? for 25c Choice Seeded Raisins, 16 oz. pkt 10c each Fancy Seeded Raisins, 16 oz. pkt, 2 for 25c citron Peel 15c per lb. 'New- Orange Peel 15c per lb. Lemon Peel 20c per lb. is a reduction of 5c per lb. Lipton's preserved whole fruit in bottles 30c each St. Charles Cream, family size. 2 tins for 9 for 25c Peerless Cream, larger size. S for 2 tins for 25c 51-00 Kellog's Toasted Corn Flakes. 2 pkt for 25c Force Toasted Corn Flakes, 2 pkt for 25c LIBERAL REDUCTIONS IN ALL LINES OF CROCKERY We want to show you the real advantage of Cash Trading, not only in Groceries alone but in all our other departments. This is what dealing at a strictly Cash Store means to_ you. Let us tell you something about the package tea family. THE BEE BRAND has been handled by us for 17 years and is packed as you receive it at its home in Ceylon and shipped to us direct; is used by the British Army and Navy and has been awarded 10 gold medals at the world's principal exhibitions. Its introduction created a demand for package teas, and since that time every Tom. Dick and Harry has been trotting out brands of their own. some with pretty labels and catchy narnes intented to attract attention and cur- iosity 'and pushed by expensive and elaborate advertising, which costs money. Who pays for it? Those following the tea business are not do- ing it for fun. The BEE Brand needs no perpet- ual advertising to keep it BUSY; a trial is en- ough: good value talks for itself. DRY GOODS, GENTS FURNISHINGS, CLOTH- ING AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS Come and examine our goods, get acquainted with our prices, compare values we otter with those offered by houses where credit is given. 'No trouble to show you goods. ft A. MACDONALD CO THE CASH STORE OF VALUES ;