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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CATTLE HOTEL Rconw In Connection NEW AND UP-TO-DATE TEe Lethbridge Baily Herald THE PLACE TO iff Whin in IS THE DALLAS HOTEL SUGGESTIONS FOR XMAS I 1 1 Carving Sets, Table Sets, Pearl Handle Silver Knives 7ft Forks and Spoons !ki Children's 3 piece Sets, Pearl Handle 1 i I i i iti 1 I To Reasonable Quality Talks Our stock is now com- g plete. New Raisins, Currants Peels, Dates, Figs, Cherries, etc. Tartan Canned Fruits and Vegetables I SJS Bargains for Friday and Feit Shoes and Overshoes ifc ____ Saturday Refer j to Thursday's Paper THE Phone 93 GOOD ih Class Grocers CO. Foxed Shoes. Get them now d Keep Warm NELSON GCW What would make a better Xmas Gift than a Monarch range. Call and get our Prices. We will save you money. SU The Hick Hardware Co. i 1 Geo. Kerr lo. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables g j and Crockery p j Phone 21. Prompt Delivery i P.O. BOX 670 i ]ft i For Christmas J Packages J A Large .Stock of White Tissue Paper jj and Christmas Stickers HBBHSM'S BflHSTBRE Phi.ni 751 Whltnsy Block fw Underwood writer ONLYMEDICINES 'SOLDonSlNDAYS This has been our rale for nearly quarter a century Please keep the minion statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. 4 p.m. to 5 p.in 8 p.m. to 9 p m. For other urgent calls-use Phone 49 or JSfight Bell J1HB DISPEXSIHG CHEMISTS THE WSATHEB. Edmonton, clear .10 6 Calgary, clear 4 Lethbridge, clear 30 Winnipeg, clear 4 Saskatchewan and Alberta, with a little higher temperature. -16 4i lo; -6 fine CITY AND DISTRICT Harper's orchestra will Discourse music afternoon and evening today at the Hudson's Bay Co. stores, Tet- iey's Tea-and Kuntley Palmer's bis- cuits served. Rev. Thomas D. Jones of Frank. Aits.., will occupy the pulpit of Wes- ley Church tomorrow morning and the pastor conducting anni- services at Maple Creek. Tor father, mother, sister. brother, lover, sweetheart. an The Foot-Toggery for ladies' j ish evening slippers. j Patrons of the Hudson's Bay Stores have the pleasure of listening to Harper's Orchestra while making; their purchases this afternoon and evening. The ladies will also -he able to.enjoy a cup of good tea. Huntiev Palmer's Biscuit and Tetley's Tea served at the Hudson's Say Co. stores Saturday afternoon 3 to 5- Orchestra will play afternoon ;nci evening. The Lethbridge Women's Relief So- ciety will meet On Monday, Dec. 13th at the Rectory- at 1 o'clock. As this will be the last meeting before Christ mas, it is hoped there will be a large attendance. Don't miss "Our New Girl" at the Lyceum tonight, the farewell perform- ance of the Allen Players. The bazaar held by the ladies of Westminster Church Friday afternoon and evening and was a -decided success Practically all the goods exposed for sale were disposed of. Tea "was CITY AND DISTRICT J. Rochon is rushing of oi installing the fixtures itf his new store in the Albwta Block 01 K-.'uml Street. Joe expects to RU up a great showing of sv.eet- meaAs. Do not fai! to hear the Basel Con- cert at the Beniiey Compares store tonight. i S. W. Tuckwell, vice-presiien.t of the Trades and Labor writes as follows: "All delegates (p.ist or present) and union men are asifcd to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. K- Pat-, ctiie tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon and thus show their sympathy -with; Bro. Ritchie, who is undoubtedly one of the pioneers of the labor.move-; ment in the city. The Allen Plalyers close their en-j gagement here tonight with "Our New j Girl.' In addition to the prizes meationed yesterday Lethbridge exhibitors took' several others at the Calgaryj Exhibition. E. J. Cook took 2nd with white Wyandotte Cockerel, 3rd with R. H. Red Cockerel, 1st with White Leghorn R. C. Cock, Is: and 2nd with hens, 1st and 2nd with cock erels and 1st and 2nd with pullets of the same class, 1st and 2nd with Leghorn S. C. hen, 2nd with 'Brown Legho: a ii.C. Cock, and 1st i in hens, 1st 2rd on wliite teas, list on Bufi 'st and 2nd on Bufi hen, 1st 'and iuu on Bufi cockerel 1st and 2nd Bufi Pullet. Samuel Jones with his Brown Leghorns, R. C., took 1st and 3rd on Cocks aad 1st and 3rd in hens. The Foot-Toggery has the -sole agency for Queen Quality Shoes. Everybody knows their value. j Another intellectual, treat will be given to the lovers of literature in Lethbridge next week when Professor Broadus of the University of Albena will lecture in the Central Schocl. On Thursday evening, Dec. 16th, tie subject will' "English A Real Safety I Razor You can either use it as an ordinary razor, or attach OUR AND Hayr Bros. itv I P.O. Bos 27 Phone 75 j Will be opened up on FRIDAY THE 17TH, when we will offer you bargains that will surprise you. Nothing but the best qual- ity, direct from the factory. Why not buy a Jewel or Treasure Range A range with all the good qualities which those ranges have, willj help you in preparing the good things for Christmas. The McKeown Hardware DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. (LIMITED.) "We ship out of town daily." an-rl on Friday evening, Drc. 17ta. "The Realistic Novel" should. est all novel readers. Tickets can secured from Doctor G-albraith dr other members.of the committee, i large crowd should greet Dr. ,Broae- us. j Regal Shoes at the Foot-Toggery None better. Tomorrow's services in the Church will be conducted by the Don't miss the Polmatier Sis-j ters, Monday, Dec. 13th. Tickets, at! HIginbothain's. See our Grey Suede, Bronza and Patent Evening Slippers for women. The Foot-Toggery. Plasterers are requested to call at the Lethbridge Saddlery for tool bags. Don't fai! to hear Kowison the warbler and imitator, at the Eureka. Your last chance tonight. The children and teachers of West- i minster Sunday School are busily j their Christmas enter- The important item on the programme is a salendid cantata. Seats on'sale at the Arcade for 'Our New Girl' at the Lyceum tonight. i There is aa increasing demand for city property in this city dur- Please trim carefully around border VOTING COUFplM Void after 20, 1909 j The Lethbridge Hterald's j GREAT PRIZE VOTING" CONTEST VOTES FOR I ing the past few months. Tburs- Qf moment in the wire "dope" and day W. R. Dobbin, the well known market was rather quiet. 1 real estate broker purchased the two Option trade here was fair but there {lot. o. Smith Street ta the rear 1 Address. When filled out and received at Contest Headquarters befoh- expiration of date above. Hotel from the Western' feest .warehouse sites 'to be affectins the Liverpool Regular sittings of the I wife, husband, for the baby. j court will open here next Tuesday. Tetley's Tea will be demonstrated for your dear friends. lat the Hudson's Bay Co. stores today jfrom 3 to 5. Orchestra in attenci- T lance. Thincs they will want too The Golden West Realty Co. faavn m B J I sold their eleven lots on Iddington Av desirable gifts that jonUe. The owner will put up five or appeal to and please every six small houses on the property. yy i> j Christian Science he in prices that will J j )he K of p morning at 11 o'clock. Subject, "God, the Preserver of Man." The Man on tiic Eox" Monday night ,by the 'Stoddsri Plsyers' at the Ly- ceum. Get your seats. Owing to the limited size of our is- sue today the labor column is held over until Monday. Don't forget the opening of the new suit yoti 6 Bra and Book Prescription Specialists Aato Model B Pr> Cycle MedeJ 25 GycSs SVSods! 5 Pr- Gycie ModeMO Pr' Cycle -Model 20 Pr; Spring Skstas 75c to Hockey Stisks ,353 to 75c Ksgulation Pucks ZOlJ Skats Straps 20c and 23c Co, la WESLEY CHURCH, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15th, at 8.30 p.m. Deserved Seats, General Admission, prices wonld he higb for an but not to hear such as ATmc. -Lanpoyjorff who ranks with Schnmann-Hemk. Scalchi. Meiba and other I "Mme the eminent contralto, made her first appear.ance du-in- the afternoon, and save Schumann-Heink, whom she resembles in voice there has been no'contralto heard in New Orleans since Scalchi, who "o grand a voice, uniformly powerful in all its part and directed bv a lyric talent of-the first Orleans Times. May 2, 1000. (f HVQ out of townj wrfie us, Plan at HiginbotLam's Drtig Store, Monday, December Under League. K. D. Shantz 0. D. Austin, cftnmilu. ;