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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta rUfTViC ArTHC HCRAL.O e Herald THE PLACE TO STAY UN iaftWje Ij tfci UUM Nit HAVE YOU SEEN THE- Malleable The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. Box 670 SOLI AGENTS Phone 62 The Store of Quality To the Ladies Of Lethbridge We invite you to come to our Store and try a cup of GOLD STANDARD TEA of COFFEE. _ A free demon- stration will be given every day comenciug Saturday Dec. 12th uutil Dec. 17 th PHONE 21 Tfci Mf Hill fortli tta Uty Always Leaders Hand tailored garments, ready to try on, yet so con- structed that alterations can be made quickly and accurately, were originated with Fit-Reform. The system of training tailors to become perfect making an individual part of a garment, was introduced into Canada by Fit-Reform. Styles which easily supplant the efforts of the best custom tailors are created by Fit-Reform. The protection to purchasers of guaranteeing satisfaction or money back, was original with Reform. j QUEEN QUALITY SHOES tor women are now being shown at 'Ilia FOOT TOGGERY. troduction to the of Lothbridge. We have also the Empress andHagar Shoes for women and can fit all pockets as.weU the feet NELSON GOW Only 10 To do your I Xmas i' COME EARLY and get YOUR CHOICE of our t Xmas StocK STOIE 1st tar let if Ita Phone 261 Agents for I j 4 MILITARY HAIR BRUSHES ,u-. FOR Xmas Presents a man is baldhead- ed he will thank you 365 5 of the year for a pair beautiful Military Brashes.' THE WEATHER. Medicine Hat, cloudy 4i; 24 Edmonton, cloudy 30 20 Calgary, clear 46'; Lethbridge, cloudy 42 ii2 not much in temperature. Try J..D. Higiubotham Co. Ltd. for We are customers every day. Do not hesitate to mail us your'next drug order. We take pride in our ability to fill orders with dispatch and accuracy. We carry the bejst known drugs and sundries, also a -great many; rare and unfamiliar ones. -Let your nest drug wants be filled at J.O. Family aud Dispensing CLemisti "Telephone 49 Resident Ntjht Clerk CITY AND D1STSICT HOCKEY.PRACTICE TONIGHT FROM 7 Tb 8 O'CLOCK. Don't forget the bazaar held by the Isuiesr "of St. Monica's Guild ia the new hall, Forcl St., on Thursday, December 17th at 3 o'clock. "Union men, bear in mind the J. Sandham benefit dance tonight at Oliver's Hall. Gibson Parker upon instructions re- ceived 'from Magistrate McDougal, paid and costs into court for be- ing drunk, and disorderly. A good: time is in store ft r these I who attend the entertainment at the Church of England tonight. Lyceum Box Office open all day for sale-of Sisters. W. H. Turpin. oi.Turpjn Bros, of Medicine Hat, was in the city over Sunday with his brother J. W. Tur- piru 240-acre improved farm, at per acre, within three miles of station. d. 5. Young, .Raymond, Alta. 2-3 H. J. Buckingham of Moose Jaw McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for LetHbikke. them in all of solid wood backs perfect bristles. and Book Co, Prescription Specialists I I. IIPIH, Mgr. LETUIIKE CITY AND DISTRICT arrived in the city yesterday morn- ing. Mr. Buckingham has spent two years in Brandon College and is well known in some parts as an elocution- ist. He intends to stay in Leth- bridge all winter. Lyceum Box Office open all day for sale of Sisters. The gang of boys who have been stealing rabbits, pigeons, etc., during CITY AND DISTRICt T H-, B. Lloyd, Medicine Hat, is in the city for a few days. in mesmerism, and r-iagic at the Parish Hall of St. JVufrustin's Church tonight. Charlie Sell who can sing some, talk some, and, dance some at the Ly- ceum tonight. A, splendid new act is to be present ed at the Eureka tonight by the very clever Thaten Duo, entitled "A Coua or "Mistaken Identi- ty." In this act L. M. Thaten in- troduces an inspiring song, "A Boy of the Prairie Am 1''which gives Thaten an opportunity 01 displaying his voice to great- ad- vantage. It may be of. interest to mention that (the costumes in this act (which are cost each and from an artistic standpoint alone are well worth seeing: apart from the musical treat the show uf- fords. A splendid new lot of films complete a fine programme. Get there early and avoid the rush. Charlie Bell who can sing some, talk ard dance some at the Ly- ceum tonight. See "The Doctor's at the parish hall yt Su A-igrusUn's Church tonigbt. Many will regret to learn that D. L. McPhee, secretary-treasurer of the CITY AND DISTRICT. Don't forget that the C. 0. F. Ball comes off New Years" Eve. i All hockey players in the city are requested by the Manager to be OB the ice sharp at seven o'clock tonight for', a full practice. A team has to he selected'at once to'play Pincher Creek on Christmas Day. w j Ulil Allld -Frank H. Sherman has been past few weeks have beca rQUnd. Coleman Mercaotile Co., having been 4.L. A. ected'President of the District Min- ers by acclamation. Union men, bear in mind the J. Sardham benefit dance tonight at Oliver's Hall. The Gee Lee cose has been adjourn- ed, the accused's counsel, C. F. Har- ris being ill- with the pneumonia. Last opportunity tonight the Caseys at the Lyceum. A. Bower. Perry of Regina1, Commis sioner of the R.N.W.M.Pr, is in the city today on official business. Leslie Ironsides, of Gordon, Iron- sides Fares, of was in the city yesterday' and "went south this morning. Show your union principles by buy- ing a ticket to the J. Sandham bene- fit dance tonight. Dr. and Mrs. McClure leave today on a trip to various points in Brit- ish Columbia which will take four or five months. Lyceum Box Office open all day for sale of Polmatier Sisters. Mrs. E. B. Hill will receive with Mrs. E. -T. Hill, tomorrow, ucsday, and not again until the fourth Thurs- day. Buy your Christmas presents On ed up by the police. If the punish- ment meted out by the boys' fathers does not have" the desired effect the police magistrate will take a turn at them. Don't miss Zamloch Co., at the Lyceum tonight. J. E. MacGrc-gor-Gardner, Court to hear Stenographer will be prepared to meet all his' pupils in shorthand and Thursday, December 17th, at the ba- zaar held by St. Monica's Guild in the new Parish Hall, Ford St. This week's Eye-Opener Sage's) is a thirst dry. The cartoon places Bob on the apex of a pile of "enemies." .The P. M. Gen- eral goes at him with a pea-shooter. "1 can hit him all right, but d-----e, if can bring him stenography, at his rooms, 3 and 4 in the Oddfellow's Block, tomorrow even ing. All prospective pupils are ur- gently requested to be in attendance. Annie Allaire, who gets busy with the clubs at the Lyceum tonight. Robert Laidlaw, who has been with the Alberta Pacific Elevator Com- pany all summer at Magrath, has re- turned home and will be in charge at the hardware store here. His many friends.are pleased to see him again. City News. Annie Allaire, who gets busy with the clubs at the Lyceum tonight. Tonight at 8 o'clock in the Hall behind the Anglican Church, an exhi- bition of mesmerism, and tricks of magic, both interesting and funny, will be given. Also the very funny farce entitled, "The Doctor's Assist- ant." The programme will be one of connected with that firm during the past three years, will shortly leave Coleman. Besides being a straight- forward business man and possessing many other good qualities Mr. Mc- Phee is a most excellent singer and is leader of the choir in the Presbyter- ian Church. Mr. McPhee will leave t Coleman about the last of this monthj take the management of the Royal City Mercantile Co., at Lethbridge. The many friends of Mr. McPhee of this town wish him Miner. For Christmas and _New Years Holidays Ihe Canadian Pacific Rail- way announces a rate of fare and one-third for the round trip. Tickets on sale for Christmas, December 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25, for" New Years, De- cember 28, 29, 30 and 31 and January FITS CLOSE. TIE SLIPS EASILY. STAYS LOCKED. 'MADE IN TWO INCH ONLY. 2 FOR 25c. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED, MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, VESTS IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHtNGS. SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS It's a simple matter to buy a gift. The problem dsvto select something that possesses utility as well' as beauty. In oufc store 'you will find many tilings that make appropriate articles tliat are useful, HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: A Handsome Range That Will Bake Well A Shaving Outfit A Good Carving Set Rogers 1847 or Spoons Cutlery of All Tools for all Trades Nickle Plated Ware McKeown Hardware Go. Ltd. PHONE 302 BRYAN BLOCK I have to loan on Improved City Real Estate "I E. IV0S, OLIVER BLOCK 240-acre improved farm, at per acre, within three miles of sta- improved farm, at per acre, within three miles of sta- EJ. S. Young, Raymop-d, ;Alta. tion.. .8. S. Young, Raymond, AIta.2-5- RENT four Cottages to 518 a montli G. c. MCDONALD Whitney Bk. stflrrord-Aqncw co. the best seen in Lethbridgs this sea- son and will be well worth the ad- mission price of 25c. Be sure and see this. Call early and get your choice of Christmas trees, holly, mistletoe and other flowers at Geo. Taylor's, florist, corner Bartlett and London Road. 2-1J HOCKEY PRACTICE TONIGHT FROM 7 TO 8 O'CLOCK. PRICE VOTT Inner Co. ltd. Phones S3 and 123 Track I MILITARY BRUSHES I We have an exceedingly large stock of these. Choice bristles and eboay backs in real seal cases. i J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription IL QUALITY I, final return limit January 5, 1909. all tickets, 7-15 TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION by competent lady bopk-kecper. Capable of open- ing up set of books. Knowledge of typewriting. Address Bookkeeper, c-o Horn Id Office. 3-6 general of- fice experience, wants job. Appjy Box F., Herald. 3-6 "UNIVERSAL" AND "ENTERPRISE" FOOD CHOPPERS CHOP MEATS VEGETABLES FRUITS NUTS. ETC. ALMOND ICING AFTES gUNCMWt NUTS, MY TBMOOCHLY AND PUT YOUR CHOPPER BREAD CRUMBS AFTER DRYING BREAD T10R- OOfflLY, PUTTHROWH YWR aorra good general servant at once.. ..Apply Mrs. C. M. Arnold, i 1206 Dufferin St. 3-6 WORK woman (Scotch wants work by the day. t Would work in hotel or clean offices, j to B., Ros 5-4 0., City. 3-6 No. 1 UNIVERSAL, Ib. cap. O O1 it 4 3 3 2.00 3.25 tr TT' NORTH WARD Lots 40 x 125 to School, each. cash, monthly f R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTTBLOtK u 5 ENTERPRISE lilb. cap. 2.00 10 3 3.00 22 4 4.25 'IF YOU LIVE OUT OF TOWN WRITE US." stafford-Aonew Co. ;