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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBRlOOt, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, TOYS A Wide Range for Both Girls and Boys FOR BOYS Steia Enf iws, Hordes, Priding Presici, dc. FOR GIRLS Dolls, Doll etc. The Beat Assortment of Ever Stocked toother Death At Raymond Raymond, Dec. Glinds, nged 19, son of Henry GJiiuls, passed awuy yt'Stenluy. lie had boc'ii ser-; iously ill witli aptxijidifitis, was parents thought, wlwn he died. The funeral held to- morrow one o'clock in the inceL- ing houso, llis remains will bo in- Burred in the cemetery on TompJo Hill "Along the will bo pluy ed in Baymond tonight at tho Hay- nond Assembly I lull. The band jjjay ed on Broadway this noon. A large crowd'gathered on tin; stivet to Jis-i ten to it; t The side walk is lieing laid from j Broadway to tha. new Opera llousu. i Born to itr. and Mrs. Spuidel, a] girl. The High School Literary Society will hold their next meeting Friday, at 3 ji. m. A. good programme lias been arranged. The principal event will be the debute. Tho subject of debate is: "Wesolvyd that music is better than painting.'' Color, Flavor, Fragrance are, the strong points of Try One of Scott's M EAT Delivered Saturday taken Thursday Th and foun.d enclosed witliin its an envelope containing contributions o his pupils toward u gift of remem brance. Herald Market Place Who you have to or to reit pitct it la this coiiinA, If you wait aaytUag KM Ifcit cotau. 25c nclule the coal turning right6 only, but the lesee may tie permitted to purchase whatevei available surface rigbta may be con- sidered oecfeoeary for the working of the mine at the rate of an acre. r'or full information application ouould be made to the Secretary oi the Department cl the Interior; Ot- tawa, or Agent or Sub-Agent ul Lauds. w. w: CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interioi publication 01 Ur advertisement will not be der for salft at a bargain. This is a VETERAN Scrip bought and sold; genuine bargain for cash. Less than half price. Block. Laing VrooMian, Ott 304-6 higUcst market prices given. Pattesou, Oliver Block. T. E. "303-6 ami leaving other, parts of fa every. day. from cliffoi-ent parts of til'.- city without any attention wliat- There art> some details of the are joyfully equipping themselves with row-boats, fashing tackle, etc., 5n anticipation, of a good time. Whim you any of the Op- ticians for a chat, they are more lia- to call, "Hurrah for Bow than, to advise yon to wear glasses. The demand for the flue quality coal in. this'.vicinity has encouraged municipal management I .shall make point to investigate thoroughly, for i iisi the great increase in the' of the city officers. As to the labor aid material supplied tht' city for its works I am in favor .of obtaining both from our own citizens it- is possible and I shall see getrlib- accorcling to the various trades the States, and all appear to have I Drst class outfits. Tlie stork brought to .llr. and Mrs.] -L: 'Webb.' on Wednesday a baby boy. I last ,1 i w the leasing of a coa! right sor anotu-t i -it' T I bv-tru- er nhfie on the north bank oi the JLu- tie Bow River and just west of the mouth oi Snake Vnllcy. This will please the settlers oa the north side. The people of "Optic'have had sev- eral surprises during the past Wednesday, Dec. 2, the pupils of the'i vk-cted I shall try to have, the; business of the city in an open and public-manner .so that the pub- lic will be confident everything is and so that there will be Dec. 2. ine pupils ot the I l no chance for imputation or sus- Plainfield school were surprised to: i f picion thnt the business of the city find that their close Thursday evming. ,3rd.! Mrs. Thompson was .very happily sur- prised by a houseful of merry neigh- bors intent on celebrating her (29th) birthday. Just as guests wore seated about the ladened Rev. Wright as spokesman for the corn pony, presented her with a fine berry spoon, as a tolcen of their best wishes. Jfrs.'Thompson-and family arc excellent cntcrtn'ners and all re- ported a firia time. Saturday, Dec. the toachcr of the PlainlicUl School, who is about pu-ion tiuit the Uusness ot tlie city and its transacted private-] ]y in closed or private offices. I shall evirrything to maintain, the pres- ent efficient police force for I arn very proud of the' good work being now by our local police. GUS. NEIDIG, Wm. Salvage was in Lcthbridge week. 3Ir. and Airs. Emil gave a house warming in their new home on Wednesday, which was-'wel) attended, and all had a good time. John. Ell returned from the last vrfiek, where he was making t'.xc! T purchase of o steaia cneine. j JLr. A. K. Schnurr, who for past six months has had the pool hai) and barber, shop here, has sold out and gone to Fernie to keep books for Burns Co. We all. feel that we have lost one of the most enteroris- ing young business men the town has and were only tpo sorry to see him eave and his.many friends wish him success with, his new positioi The young men. of town presented Mr. Sehmus with a luuidsonie toilet ANGLICANS AND CHURCH Toronto, Dec. the general committee on church union assembl- ed nt Metropolitan church this morn- inp. Kev. Dr. Carman, general super- afethoclisi church. to pay hir home and friends in Michi- j inte'-Ulent of the 3 gan-a short visit, was given a com-j was elected chairman. The reply of pletc the parents and chil j th< Anglican chnrch to church union