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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HUNTWG We Lethbridge Doily Herald THE rtACC TO STAY to fc tta HUB The HAVE YOU SEEN THE- Malleable Range ______ a The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. Box 670 SOLE AGENTS Phone 62 Just received another shipment of Mclver Bros. Famous Boiled Ham a IL Toy Books s Story Books Prayer Books Hymn Books At all prices and styles. UKITSON'S ROOIS108E bit THE WEATHER. Edmottton. fair 22 Calgary, clear Ijethbridge, cloudy 45 Medicine Hat, cloudy Regiixa, cloudy 34 Winmpeg', cloudy .02 28 ARE YOU WELCOME Christmas? You should be. fot you touch our hearts in such a way that our put ses open willingly. Among the myriads in the world who are trying to make this a Joyous Season, the j, BROWN mm are doing their shaie. Look at the following as a few samples selected from out- large stock EBONY GOODS AS 1st her lest if 2fii Agents for Underwood Typewriters. Fountain j Pens For Xmas Haven't you a friend has use for a Fountain Pen every hour tlie day? You will be liked for your thonghtfulness if you.send a XMAS PRESENTS We carry a full line of use- ful Gilts of ebony, combs, brushes mirrors, toilet sets, man Icnre sets etc. Oar genuine ebony goods will wear a life time The finest stock in Al- berta may be seen at J.DJpfeothaiftCo.Ltl Family ind Disptnsinjf Cbetatats Telephone 49 Resident NUrfet Clerk Falr on Friday. v and cold today and CITY ANCKDI8TRICT Bring your childrtn to Euntka Saturday matinte. -Lulu young giri killed in tlie riots at Kansas City, -was the Sharpe party of lauatics who crossetl the Alberta boundary near Caroatoii last summer, and were turn- ed Officer Huui- Fancy in many Directoire Hemstitched'Handkerchiefs in new designs Children's Bearskin Coats, Muffs and.Boas Children's Knitted Jackets Children's Knitted Hoods Children's Knitted Mitts Men's a choice shades and patterns Men's Mufflers Men's Wool Vests Men's Suspenders Ladies and: Children's Romeo Slippers Misset and Children's Men's Fancy Slippers Infant's of QUEEN QUALITY SHOES for wootiu now beitig sbowu at ils- FOOT TOGGEKY. hmvjs a worlil-wide ito in- troduction to of Lttthbrulge. We Iwve also the and for women can Htull pockets ell tie the feet NELSON GOW ilrri. Geo. Rogers will not receive tomorrow, Friday. BOOSES PEN Prescription Specialists 1.1, firUf, lir LETHMIGE The Whole Story Strongest progranime of the season at the Lyceum tonigkt. W. -A. Taylor, of Coutts, is in the city. Dr. Cragg has leased the Smith residence at the corner of Glyn anc Bom pas Sts. C. D. ilcNab, of the Baker Linn bcr Co., Waldo, B.C., and S. Taylor, j of the Rock Creek Lumber Co., Rock I Ctefk. B.C., aru in the city today. i Seven vaudeville artiits at the Ly4 T i ceum tonight. I Sam H. Homer, or Cardston, came j in from tho terminal town last night. j 'The 0. W. Kerr Co. brought in a i bunch Minneapolis men last night to sliftw them Sunny Southern, Al- berta. Buy your automobile off The O. W. Ker- Company. They handle the Cadillac. Liist night in the pastor's study of the Baptist Church. Harry B. Ward, bridge anil Ethel Moffat were united in niarringi- by Rev. Reid. _ The young couple will take up their B! residence in Lethbridge. The Western Stationery Co. have jusl received a. large and splendid assortment of mas cards and calen- ders, A look wilJ convince you. t! uud Askey have a new flashlight machine for taking groups. -Henceforth tlie taking- of pictures of banquets, bulls, will be one of their specialties, for which this machine is especially adapted. The picture" taken of B. of R. T. ball group, on Tuesday evening is a splendid 'sample of the work these artists do with ISftir new machine. The Western Stationery Co. have ust received a large and assortment of Xmas cards and calen- ders. A look will convince you. Herald advertisements must be very ?rbuasive when they even niaks'inenl apply for women's positions. The other da.v a Isuy advertised for a gen1 cfal servant, and in reply got an ap-. plication from a man. The letter is marvel. He says he is "a young man 6f has a "fare and habits." The results of advertising are atrang'e and varied truly The Western Stationery hav just received a large and splendid as> assortment of Xmas cards and ciilen- dars. A look will convince you. Mr. Chas; Cookej late manager Of the Modern Electric Co., Regina, will manage the newly opened electric de- partment of the Western Plumbing and Tinsmithing Co. The local firm have tu be congratulated in securing such a good man to look after their interests in their new departure. Mr. has had a large exptirience, and haB carried out the electrical work iu'sornft of the largest buildings in the West, including. Regina's new City Hall and postoffiee. Sis Hopkins and the "Silly at the Eureka tonight, A New England play entitled "Alone the will be presented at Oliver's Hall on Saturday night, Dec. I2th. This company carries all its own scenery for the production, and its stage settings are said to be ex- traordinarily pretty and well appoint- ed. Entree Xriias Dinner Layer Raisins Oranges A superior quality of Almonds, Walnuts, Brazils and Filberts Relishes................A varfety to suit all tastes Oysters and other Delicacies Farm Produce taken 221 exchange for Goods J. BROWN GO, LTD. CHOCOUTtS SwfW Mlk coatings, cream centres, fresh and pure. Our" confectionery has a peculiar flavor of its own. We rhuke it and kuow what it is made of, nothing iuj nrious to the em is Don'tforget we ICE CREAM and it on hand every day in the year. Get your afternoon tea at our Light Lunch Cafe PRICE WE CAN GIVE ROCHON'S UNDTIITCHEK of The play itself is a comedy pure ancl simple, with an absence of cheap sensationalism, but an abundance of good clean comedy, something that. can laugh at and not understand afterwards what wo laughed at. The funny dtu-l scene in the third act is said to be a pretty good cure for the for the evening at least, and tho splendid orchestra will pleasp all lovers of good music. Shaving Mirrors CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. and .Mrs. F. W. Crisman, Spring Coulee, are in. the city. Hockey practice tomorrow night from 9.30 to 10.30. Everybody that out." Something for every child in town at the Eureka Saturday afternoon. Hay Upton has secured a building permit to erect a house near the Iso- lation hospital at a cost of Broad Watts purpose building a residence on London Road and ano- ther on tho Ashmead St. extension. For loan, easy money at reasonable rates. Apply N. T.. Macieod Co. Don't want wildcats, but have plenty if secu.-ity good. Rev. A. M. Gordon, pastor of Xnox Church has gone to Kington, Qnt.. i tc visit his home for a month. Rev. Mr. McKenzie of Knox College is to supply his pulpit during his abseficc, A hearty laugh for all the children in town at the Eureka Saturday ma- tinee. CITY AND DISTRICT If you wish tc secure a loin ofrgood terms and get your time, apply N. T. and Co. satisfactorily It is- likely there will bex a surprise' as'to the popula- tion of the city. The residences .sure showing an avorage of between six and seven-persons and as there were about twelve "hundred houses, some estimate -can 'be made. There are two hundred- and houses in North -Ward. Rev; Reid's lecture on Scot- land and the- Scotch, .at the Baptist Church, on Tuesday night, met the t highest sntienpislions .pf his audience. This lecture was reported to" bt seme- thing good by towns where it has been delivered and the crowded house on Tuesday night upheld these words nnd voted the lecture, a good thing. Being a Scotchman Mr. Tieid thoroughly understands the coun try and the people. He has had the privilege of visiting the poorer sec- tions of large cities as vreil as life among the varied classes of pas- toral people and the wealthier, city classes. The.musical-part.sf. tba en- tertainment had-a. Scotch flavor In harmony with the lecture. Every- thing of the heather, even lb the brogue of the chairman, W. A. Asher7 The songs by W. McDonald, W. H, Eobsou, And Mrs. J. Home were well rendered in the true Scottish ac- cent. aiid was given permission to answer! sonic of tlie questions put. Hfe thought the water system was being extended fast as the funds would allow. Kext year if funds were avail- able by' thy increased borrowing jwwer, the work would be.piosecuted.' Ifr. Cunningham explained trhy the- matter of a'library wttb deferred. He thought the city could :stiU carry an extra load, und had written to Car- negii''a Decretaly for ternji, and y> informed that Curaegie would grant if the city would inaky an annual appropriation of 'Pro perty was advancing rapidly in price and he thought the, money could lx secured fur these improvements. He explained that he did not ask the Council for a sidewalk to Rogers-Gun ninghain Co.'s but that Mr Rogers did. Thtj company. had pai a matter for next year's' Council to deal walks arid: crossings on Round Street. had neglected. Mr. Cunningham explained the rea- soh for the putting in o' plank cross- ing? by stating" that they were less expensive to lay, as the grade was little high, be more easily replaced by permanent paving. He did not know why the outside wnrV hrid been done Aa to Mr. Nei- re tlie extension to bis hnll, then.'_ were two districts govern- ed by the by-law. As the extension was to be frame a kitchen, and water next spring. North Ward had 300 feet of hose, and this part of. the city feet. Cunningham thought a good coihmission .--should' look after the water system. He thought the water Salary Increases Severely Criticised was not a The'city had; to sell to certain large users wilder contract which; could not be changed. Thft shortage had to be made up in some way, but frontage tax was not the proper way. The question required a great deal of study. The eieciric plant also should be looked after by a it was'.capable of either earning- or losing per year. The city has reached a crisis, a point where it must-. receive honest, -fearless administra- tion. the fair wage clause the Council was not conversant with it. The workingiifen. should have a repre- sentative on the board to tike care of such matters.. In the present -in- stance'an effort was to _ enforce the clause .a iter the contracts had" been let, making it unfair to the con- tractors. Mr. Cunningham thought the money should lw spent in the city provided I he contracts were no higher than ot'neis. He thought McNicol's percentage liberal. John asked why the sida- the Tjtage at thai, -point, the Council thought it unwise to grant the per- mission. f _ -y-c "gfamuu Kifclue the alderman about .the. frame buildings referred to by Air. Jfeidjg. Mr. Cunningham said this was not and that the chvf of police would thank anyone for the information. Mr. ISVidig, however, had made ample provision for fire es- c ;pes. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION !Mr. King thought lie had the alder- man foul regarding the assessment of but didn't have the correct information. He., however, found fault with the fact that the as- sessments were made by a 20-year-old boy, and with the Coiiucil for accept- ing these; figures f-om the-engineer. New Shack Pot Sale Situated on lot -16 ft., lot close to elevator cash W- ahcc easy tcmw. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK ol In nickel frames ami YOr on nickel stands. attached Brush and cup from Front Page.j them to here, and alsr encouraging manufacturing establish- ,-rtnnts. Ht> a fair wage for work, and would give citizens tin- work ;i> far a for the thought iht' r diffon-nce 5n wajres. nhonld IK- kept Aid. Cunningham. Alderman Cunningham j New Brooms Always Sweep Clean We have the largest assortment of GRANITE WARE STOVES TOOLS etc. At the old stand and lowest cash prices u__ nayr Phone 75 I S. i P.O. Box 27 Go to the Removal Sale Everything Going Cheap ;