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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB HUNTING AT "THE HERALD The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY ibei in litkbridge is thi IAUA5 m HAVE YOU SEEN THE- Malleable Range The Hick Hardware Co. RO. Box 670 SOLE AGENTS Phone 62 Handy Gem and Daily Calendar Pads and Pocket Diaries for 1 ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Door West of Union Bank Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. MILITARY 41 4 I FOR o I Xmas Presents Unless a man is baldhead- ed be will thank yon 365 days of the year for a pair of our beautiful Military Hair Brushes. We have them in all kinds of solid wood backs and perfect bristles. Jlberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I. B, BIPLEY, Mgr. LETHSBIOGE ONLYMEDICINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century. Please keep the Do- 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 10.30 to 11 a.m. 12.30 to 1 p-na. 4 to 5 p.m. 8.30 to 9 p.m. For other -urgent calls use Phone 49 or Ni.ent Bell nMILY'JUfO DISPENSING CHEMISTS The Store of Quality To the Ladies Of Lethbridge We invite you to come to our Store and try a cup of (TOLD iSTAN'DAKP TEA or COFFEE. A free demon- stration will be given every day comeucing Saturday Dec. 12th until Dec. 17 th PHONE 21 G. BRADBEER CO. TWnly UNION Store in the City THE WEATHER. 10 31 12 IS Edmonton, clear 36 Calgary, cloudy 42 Lethbridge, cloudy 42 Regina. fair Winnipeg, clear 32 Bulletin From Central Office A large area of low pressire covers; the western provinces and extends toj the Yukon and the weather has been fair and unusually mild. and mild. The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE CAN GIVE YOU CITY AND DISTRICT I Order your ice cream for Xmas now i from Rochon. I Wesley Church Sunday school meets 2-M tomorrow and Mrs. M. 3. Campbell, of are visiting the Misses Mc- u Leay. Dr. J. E. Lovering into lis comfortable offices in the Oddfellows" Block today. 240-acre improved farm, at per acre, within three miles of sta- tiOn...B. S. Young, Raymond, Alta.2-3 "Complete sity in Christian Work. and "The Foundation of will the morning and evening subjects at Wesley church tomorrow. The Woman's Hospital Aidh desires to acknowledge the following contri- butions towards the W. Kerr Co., Robt. At the meeting of the Westminster on Monday evening W. C. Sim- mons, e.x-Ivi.P.P.. will deliver an ad- dress on the British constitution. S. J. Shepherd will be the chairman of the meeting. There will be extra seating accom- modation at the Baptist Church to- i morrow evening at the usual service. Rev. Wm. Reid will preach., and the choir will render some special music. Other services as usual. All welcome. Come and hear the big Kennebec Company's fine band and orchestra in Oliver's Hall tonight. Orders for ice cream for Xmas must CiTY AND DISTRICT Go to the Lyceum and see the funny German eet his picture taken. E. T. Saunders of Pincher Creek is in the city. Mrs. Allreci and Miss Duke of Ray- mond are in the city today. "W. R. Hull of Calgary is in the city for a few days with Howell Har- rii. J. H, Claacey, manager of the Bank of Montreal; Ttnymoncl, was an arriv- j al on last night's train. C. A. Magrath, M.P., with Mrs. Magrath and family, has departed for Ottawa. they will remain until after the session of Parliament. They have taken a residence in the capital. Corne and hear the big Kennebec Company's fine band and orchestra at Oliver's Kail tonight. The Herald regrets that it stated in error yesterday that G. E. Maynard, o the Bank of Commerce, had so rar recovered as to be able to leave th? Gait Hospital. Mr. Maynard lias not been in the hospital, but came here Christmas Shopping Has Begun in Earnast This Store is supplied with all the Newest Novelties. See our lines then compare prices By Express Today A very choice assortment of Ladies' Net Waists with the new, narrow loug sleeve, becomingly trimmed in ie, silks, white and paris. each. SS, applique, Leather Belts, 25c Another lot of Ladies' Leather Belts, colors tan, brown, navy and black, straight or graduated styles, a bargain, each 25c Silk Ribbons, 2 yds. for 25c 25 pieces pure Silk Taffeta Ribbons, width 4 inches. in all shades. Kegular price of this ribbon is 20c per yd. Clearing at 2 yds. for 25c Read This List Teddy Bears, 25c and up Pin Cushions, 25c, 50c and Hat Pin Holders. 30c Match Holde r? and Scratchers. burnt wood, each 25c .Leather Whisk Holders with whisk. 50c Gents' Tie Holders in leather. 60c Fancy Watch Pockets, 30c Pipe Re cks 30c Fibre Whisk Holders. 20c Battenburg D'oy- iies. lOc Battenburg D'oylies, 25c Child- ren's Handkerchiefs, colored borders. 10 for 25c Children's Work Boxes with silks, needles and thim- bles, each 30c Ladies' Pure Linen Hern Stitched Handkerchiefs, 2 for 25c Fancy Chiffon Collars, new shapes, assorted colors, each 30c Hand Embroidered Linen Table Centres. S1.50 up to So Embroidered Pillow Shams, each 85 c and SI A Big Variety of Suitable Gift Articles at the Very Lowest Cash Prices PHONE 34 THE CASH STORE A, Macdonald Co. QUEEN QUALITY SHOES for women are now being shown at the FOOl l. These goods have a reputation and need no in- troductiou to the citizens of Lethbridge. We have also the Empress and Hagar Shoes for women and can fa mil as well as the feet NELSON GOW SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS Ifs a simple matter to buy a gift. The problem is to select, something that possesses utility as well as beauty. In you will fiml many things that make appropriate articles that arc useful. HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: A Handsome Range That Will Bake Well A Shaving Outfit A Good Carving Set Rogers 1847 Forks or Spoons Cutlery of All Kinds Tools for all Trades Nickle Plated Ware McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. THE TOOL HOUSE PHONE 302 BRYAN BLOCK 2 Residential Lots on Bartlctt St. A Snap at ALBERT E. IVES, OLIVER BLOCK SALARY COMPARISON. correspondent asks us republish the table of salaries given by J. W. McNicol in his address the other even- ing, and place with it the Lethbridgj salaries. Here they Rev. TV. G. W. Fortune of Red Deer, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Campbell of Geo. Skelding of Macleod is in the j of the Alberta Temperance Walsh, Alta.., .formerly of Lethbridge, city. J. E. MacGregor, official District Court stenographer, returned last night from Red Deer, where he has and Moral Reform League arrived in the city last night on his ivay to Cardston to which town he went this morning- to spend a day or two to City. from Red Deer to see his brother, A. j Brandon Clerk. Eng'r, Solic'r. i with Judge Winter. I been attending a special commission I look after the interests of the cause in. that district. J. Maynard. of the Bank of Com- merce. Calgary, who is in the hospital to undergo an operation, and niav not able to leave there for some Regina Saskatoon Prince Albert Moosejaw time. Hat A rathur unique entertainment will j Calgary be given in the Parish Hall of St. 'Strathcona Augustin's on Monday evening at S o'clock. There certainly will be some real fun. G-. W. H. Reid will per- form some stunts in magic and mes- merism. A farce, "The Doctor's As- sistant." is being looked forward to. 240-acre improved farm, at S 17.50 per acre, within three miles of sta- S. Young, Raymond, Alta. COO (none) 1.200 1.620 2.500 -J2..100 Christmas Globes are fast following our other has-beens. Be 500 _ 1 Saee. TOO! 240-acre improved farm, at S 17.50 per acre, within three miles of station. S. S. Young, Raymond, Alta. 2-3' in Oliver's Hall tonight. are visiting their neices the Misses Thos. IT. Sutherland, of Kenora. Ont.. is in the- city, being one of those attracted by the prospects of Lethbridge. Come and hear the big Kenr.fcbec Company's fine band and orchestra Edmonton Nelson WE BOTH be in before December 15th at chon-'s. Ro- The hockey club held its first prac- tice lust night at the rink and a good hunch of hockeyists turned out. The ice was ruther soft and dirty but the boys worked in a good practice nevertheless. Among those out were Winkler. Taylor. Schimnowski, Dr. ijllis, Thomas. Tate. Harris, Robson, and McKay. Place your order for ice cream for your Xmas dinner with Rochon, and do it now. The iDaily Herald had its first birth .day party last night at the Hub Cafe where the staff enjoyed the hospital- ity of the management. A most pleasant evening was spent in speech and song, during which Mr. Buchanan and the members of his staff had many pleasant things to say of each other. Xot the least pleasant feature was the excellent menu provided by mine host Charles. Call early and get your choice of Christmas trees holly, mistletoe and other flowers at Geo. Taylor's, florist, corner Sartlett and London Road. 2-1! Lethbridge 4fin j j 3GO I j NORTH WARD Four splendid blocks on corner close in. one third cash, balance three arid six months. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK SSofford-Aqncw Co. Bogers-Cynnifigliafn ltd, MIUTARY BRUSHES We have an exceedingly large stock of these. Choice bristles and ebon backs in real seal eases. Phones 23 and Ian North