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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LETHBRIDGE DAILY GERALD, 2 or T T t T T i i T t j Spent on a Brownie Cam- era will make your boy or happy this Xmas in fact all the year round AVe have them up to also Folding1 Kodaks at all prices. Buy a Kodak Brownie at the PINCHER CREEK EVENTS Winter Sport Flourishing; or T T W. P. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert Phone 445 Night'Bell f.flntest v j ative to the Alberta Bowling League. 'The enthusiasm has reached the ex- tent of a town league also formed. The Summerview ft S THE- FLORIST 650 Bartlett St. Phone 276 P. O. Box 1353 has been closed for the winter, but home department has been organized to keep both-parents and children' in touch with Sunday School work. This- organization started with a j membership of sixty, and is'-doing splendid work. The superintendent is Mrs. Wm. Glass, and the secretarv treasurer, Miss R. M. Jackson. The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian Church had asale of work at the home of Mrs. R. J. Christie on Sat- urday afternoon last, which was large ly attended. In the evening a social vas held at the same residence, the result of which was that 540 was re- alized. This amount will go towards jthe installation of the electric lights Jin the church. A bowling contest going on at the ew bowling alley here came to 'a onclusion on Salturday night last. Frank Hogg and John Sargent tied Ottawa, Dec. Whitney -Tith a score of 212. On the night has sent his reply to the Dominion j named the final' game was played. Government as to why the Hydro- j Sargent being the winner. Electric Power legislation, passed at j The Herald contest is being watch- the last session of the Ontario Leg-Jed wit-h considerable interest here, islature, should not be disallowed in Naturally we hope the fair contest- accordance with the application some Jant from Pincher Creek will make a months ago, on the ground that it j brilliant showing at the concludion was ultra vires and detrimental to ol events, the investment of foreign capital Dominion Must Not Interfere Canada and an unwarranted invasion [CROW'S NEST HOCKEY LEAGUE I Fernie. Dec. Crow's Nest i Hockey League was formed on Friday of vested interests. Sir James maintains the province, vrith W. R. Ross. M.P.P. of Fernie, is quite within its rights in passing'and Hon- W- A- Buchanan as patrons; the legislation in question. He points out that" the case of the Cobalt land legislation two years ago as involv- ing the same point of constructional law, noting that in this latter in- stance the federal government declin- ed to disallow the act. He further DON'T WANT TO INCREASE PRICE OF FOOD London, Dec. to argues that the wisdom or unwisdom i cable to "Chronicle" Will Crooks, O. E. S. Whitesides of Coleman, pre- sident, and O. Doberheiraer, Fernie, secretary; The league consists of several teams in the Crow's Nest Pass. of the legislation in question is a. matter for the people of Ontario themselves to decide, and that the. federal government has no right to interfere in the question of provincial politics. The Dominion authorities have until next April to disallow the act if thev so desire. LOSES HER JOB Ottawa, Dec. Allison, one the witnesses against Sir Frederick Borden in the recent libel trial at Kentville, N. S., in which, complaint was made by Sir Frederick Borden, minister of militia of articles publish- ed in the Calgary Eye Opener has been dismissed from government em- ploy. speaking on preference cry, said: Colonial preference question is laugh'ed to scorn wherever 1 have been when it is mentioned that pre- ference will raise price of food. Can- adians and New Zealanders, and so far as I have gone Australians have emphatically declined to accept any preferential system having such effect They indignantly refuse to have any- thing to do with any scheme which would increase price of food to the masses in Great Britain. Savings Deposits receives savings deposits of and upwards, and adds interest to all balances twice a year Safe Convenient Profitable ASSETS Lethbridge Branch: T. W. McEAOHERN, Mgr. Incorporated CHANGED PLEA TO GUILTY Winnipeg, Dec. additional sensation developed in the case of Howard V. Howe, one of the prisoners changed his plea of not guilty to one of guilty. He again elected to have the case tried by Magistrate Daly and it will come up for final settlement Saturday. Not only has Rowe pleaded guilty but he gave the information to De- 1 Parkinson of the Ottawa se- ret service that was the means of locating another thousand dollars of his homestead four miles from Spring- side, Man. CITY AND DISTRICT Being considerably handicapped on account of moving into our new build ing it is important that all advertis- ing copy be in by four o'clock each afternoon to ensure its publication the following day. We hope our ad- jcertisers will assist us in this way until after Jan. 1st. Walter J. Oliver, employed at Eas- ton Harness shop, lately of: Sudbury. married Lydia L. Drake lately of Tpswick, Sussex coun- ty, Eng., at the home of Mrs. T. B. Little, US Torrancej Avc. Mrs. Little is a sister of the bride. Just a few of the most in- timate friends were present; at 7.3fl last evening by Mr. T. "P. Perry.. They will reside in the citv. Caledonian Hall i GLYN ST. Meetings will (D.V.) be held in the above hall each Lord's Day. Morning Breaking of Bread for Be- lievers, 11 o'clock. Evening Gospel Service at 7.30. All are invited. PQ AT THE Lo GREAT Clothiers Dainty Xmas Goods for Men and Boys Greatest Suit Values Ever Thought Of From now until Christmas we are offering the greatest Bargains in Men's Suits ever offered. Suit in the lot worth less than On sale till Christmas 15.00 No alterations allowed. Any suit not satisfactory money refunded FOR THE BOYS we are offering Suits, sizes 29 to 33, knicker pants with straps, two or three piece. Worth in any store in Ganada Xmas price Exculsive Xmas Ties just to hand to- day' to .choose.from. In Fancy Boxes 75c, 50c, 25c Bows at lOc, 15c, and 25c. Flowing ends, regular Xmas price, with pretty box, 65c. Crochet ties, pure silk, very dainty, 50c. Crochet ties, silk stripe, 25c. 500 Four-in-hands, reversible silk. 25c. Every Sale we make is an advertisement for us, more than hours of talk would be Suspenders Some of the daintiest in handsome boxes, a large assortment to choose trom at 50c, 75c, and President and other good makes 20c, 25c. 35c arid 50c Dressing Gowns, Fancy Vests, Sweaters, Shirts, and Mufflers in endless variety. Gloves at any price desired. Of all kinds at less than they can be bought wholesale. See the best Otter Collar Coat> Haddisfield Shell, Russian Rat lined, coat in Canada, Xmas price Coon Coats and The very best Beaver Coat, drooping skins, this week 25 dozen New and p-to-the-minute Hats from New York. Just to hand 1910 shades in 19 '0 shapes for our Xmas trade, in stiff and soft grey, brown, green, black, and blue. Call and see the latest dish brim, finest fur felt, Xmas price o Store will be open every night from December 20th till Christmas MACLEOD BROS. The Great Clothiers of the Great West ALBERTA BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE ;