Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
3lt You cannot put off Christmas Shopping longer, and have any certainty of a good choice Right Kind of Gifts for Men McNICOL GETS ANOTHER JOB Was Elected Secretary 01 Agricultural Society-Aid. Hatch President NECKWEAR in plain and fancy colors, eact one put ur> in Pancy Box ready to send away. Prices...........................75G, and 150 dozen Fancy and Plain Strings, Ticks and Bows, all the very newest patterns for Smas. 350, 50c and 60c SILK SUSPENDERS, .-in fancy boxes. Prices........ ..............................60s, MEN'S LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, half dozen in bos. to SOUVENIR SILK HANDKERCHIEFS for men. Prices ..........................50c to 75C MEN'S FAMCjf SILK SCARFS. Prices ..........................75c to MEN'S QUBLTSQ SILK Prices... .750 to HOSIERY in Lisle thread and casliniere. Prices .....................50s to 750 FAKCY VESTS for men nil ei HOUSE JACKETS, all sixes. ROES3 for Tiiei! KEW ARIVALS IN NEGLIGEE SHIRTS FOR liave just opened a large ship- ment of Chiett Peabody's shirts. Tliese are the very newest New York patterns. to HOW-ABOUT THAT SUIT OR OVERCOAT FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON? No matter what price you care to pay, your suit or over- coat is here. FIT REFORM FINE TAILORED SUITS in Tweeds, Fancy Worsteds, Blue and Black Worsteds, any styles, PROGRESS BRAND SUITS in Tweeds, Blue and Black and Fancy Worsteds, prices OVER03ATS THAT DEFY THE GOLD Men's Fur-Lined coats, Men's Rat Lined coats, special.......j Men's Lined ,W h fad tural classes of this tQ cnfo'rcc obcdi- lillKJA VI. i WJ llltilV rt William, says: j that it was kept in or had rheumatism in both knees the approval of-the meeting in and in my left arm. and shoulder, j jt Vvas thought that the ,Thc pain got so bad that I could consider this step. longer work and was under the 'doc-1 OHlccrs jLor on three different occasions for'j lu' ,4 ,c !several weeks. TPC rk-rtion of officers resulted as seeinod ro little, if any. hot- follows no :nattor what I tried, arid this d t my sratfl when Zam-Buk was re- ended to rue. I laid n a sup-i' and to :sy great, joy it fen tosidcn me. I rubbed it well in. every t, and when a few boxes hnd been sltlTness of rheumatism, Honrrary President. W. H. Fairficlri; M Hatch; 1st. VicMVfi K. A. Cunningham; 2nn Vice-President, G-. L. Kcrr; Dircct- orKi Hntton, Oliver. f K! sltnness or rneiim.itism. _ _ Zam-Buk is just as good for soi.-.Tica1 ton, Johnson, Pawson, _ Gatrell, Miebach, Humphries, Boyd England neuralgia, etc. When used as a balm jit need not be rubbed in, but just 'applied. It heals cold sores, cuts, ulcers, abscesses, eczema, and all skin injuries and diseases. Fifty cents, all druggists and; stores or Zam-Buk Co., i Toronto, for price. National in Character, Distinctive in Appearance, Dashing in Style, Modest in Price Features that have made and Burnett. A Horsr, Show Suggested It was suggested by Mr. Rogers that the executive consider the mat- tor ot hoi-ding a spring horse show (F6SS Clothes Famous. gad, gad by H. VMEBERG 4 CO., LIMITED, Sold with a Guaranty bj McKelrie McGuire, Lethbridge.