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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta QAfTtl HOTEL In NEW AND UP-TO-DATE Tie Lethbridge Jaily Herald THE PLACE TO ITAY Wh.n in L.thkrldf. IS THE OALLAi HOTEL SUGGESTIONS FOR J XMAS j Carving Sets, I 7 Table Sets, Pearl Handle I Silver Knives Forks and Spoons Children's 3 piece Sets, Pearl it: Handle 1 What would make a better Xmas Gift than a Monarch range. Call and get our Prices. We will money. save you The Hick Hardware Co. a I I To Reasonable 6 Thinkers I Quality Talks i (r OUT stock is now com- plete. New Raisins, Currants Peels, Dates, Figs, Cherries, etc. Tartan Canned Fruits and Vegetables rk DON'T FAIL' TO NOTICE CHRllTMAS SUGGESTION OUR PRICES IN TO-MOR- ROWS ISSUE THE GOOD CO. Phone Hit'll Class Grocers B Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Pho ie 21. Prompt Delivery "Well satisfied, no fake about The i Ber.tley Company Sale." This is what our patrons are saying every day. There be a bis, meeting oi all the senior members of the Youny; Men's Club on Thursday evening at S.30..p.m. in the Y.M.C. parlors. It will bo to the advantage of all mem- bers to be on hand as a topic of great intert-sr. will be discussed. Andrew Mack, the celebrated Irish comedian's great success "Tom Moore" at the Lyceum tonight. m P.O. BOX 670 ---------------------PHONE 62 30 30 19 For Tour i You find our stock large and prices are the test. Store open in tlie evenings. ROBERTSON'S BliSTDEE New Whitney Block Underwood Type- writer Gome Again Every effort is made to extend to our customers not only a hearty welcome "but a satisfactory deal, that they may come again "We have the goods and we give you the service. The price is right as well. HlbertaDroganuRookCo, Prescription Specialists I. I. liPlEY, THE WEATHER Bdmonton, fair ............33 Calgary, cloudy .............34 Lethbridge, cloudy .........40 Medicine Hat, clear .......32 26 Winnipeg, cloudy ..........12 Forecast, Alberta and Saskatche- wan: Fair and mild today and Thurs- day. During the Xmas Rush We have not forgotten our dispensing depart- ment. It is always ousy and in the hands of prac- tical, experienced dispen- sers. The prescription cus- tomer is waited on and attended to as faithfully at the holiday season as at other times. Let Higinhotham do your prescription work. None hut graduates do that work nt J.fl, JiiginbotliaiiiSCo.ltil. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 40. C.'TY AND DISTRICT The case assault ainst Alexander Miller was dismiss-1 "ortunate Ut "having PRIVILEGE GIVEN AO LETHSRiDGE PEOPLE From coast to coast the 'highest pos- sible praise is given Madame Langen- dorff as a singer. She has been only cwo years .in America and yet has attained an international reputation as being among the greatest. A Port- land, Maine, paper says was Lang- endorff who held the great audienct spellbound when she sang to them. They were more than pleased, they were enthusiastic admirers." The Sac Francisco Examiner of Feb. 19, 1909 said "She sang last night's big pro- gram with ease and ability and the more she sang the greater was the favor with which, the audience heard." j Reports from other parts of the coun- I try are equally flattering. This is her i first tour in Canada and Lethbridge is ed on account of the lack of corrob- orative evidence. Tcm Moore, the great Irish play at the Lyceum tonight. Don't miss it. Prices 25c. 50c, 75c. hear her sing. opportunity to CHORAL SOCIETY practice is. call- ed off for The following building permits were issued this morning: Maurice Irvine, a residence n the Riverside subdivi- a INTERESTING LECTURE ON BROWNING The large audiei.ce who listened to the Rev. J. A. Clarke's lecture on "Browning's Teaching as to in Prompt Delivery A Real Safety I Razor You can either use it as an 3-2 i ordinary razor, or attach ?J> cash. Hayr Bros. We can't beat the baud for music but we can, beat the band for prices, quality and style and lit considered. From now till Xmas we will give 10 per cent, reduction on all Shoes, Fancy Slippers and Hosiery for cash only. __________________. ._ ____ NELSON GOW OUR iware sion for and Arch S. Dav, ,r n _ hxnox Church school room on Monday residence on Kohert Street for ni-ghti enjoyed a. rare literary treat. Saturday ley's The funeral of the late Fred Beres- ford was held yesterday afternoon from his residence in Staffordville to the public cemetery. Rev. Mr. Lytle officiated. The funeral was under the direction of R. G. Addison: The greatest success of the. New Jrowning, the speaker affirmed, was foremost in religious teaching amons the poets. He was quoted from the pulpit continually. Browning first taught that God is found in men. He asserted himself in the deeps of the human soul and when he has found Him there he finds Him everywhere as what he sees in nature is but a reflex of his own mental at- titude. He spoke of the attributes of God quite differently than did the shorter AND Will be opened up on FRIDAY THE 17TH, when we will offer you bargains that will surprise you. Nothinp 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, will help you in preparing the good things for Christmas. The McKeown Hardware Go., DUFFERIN AND: ROUND STS. ship out of town daily." st (LIMITED.) k OGK 3t I 31 ?r X The Devil" tomorrow night Lyceum York stage, Devir at the Ly- ceum tomorrow night. The preliminary tearinf in the' catechism. To him God was omnipc- case of the Alexander Miller' ''The tbat makes the storm desist can make an angry. heart sub- was finished m the police court this God was He was morning. Miller elected to be triei above all loving. "God is love. I'build summarily pleading not guilty to the my faitn on that." charge. The trial was proceeded in fe manifestation of Hiuk-ccuLu in Qjj.jgt was pre-eminently w i a Christian poet. He need Four cracker jack comedians at the of the God in man in human form-as Eureka this week You can laugh to seen in the Climax of Saul "The weak your heart's content. jness in strength that I cry for." The following telegram was receiv-' His faith was profoundly optimistic. ed by 0. D. Austn this morning- i well with. UT UK, the world. Vvrong must oi necessity Lagendorff proved a wonderful about Its own destruction an..1 er. Her rich contralto voice complete- i good could not pass away. God's wili VICTIM OF AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT Pasadena, CaL, Dec. Ag- nes Claypool, 15 years old. daughter of a wealthy resident of Pasadena, was killed and Harvey Bissell. 24 years old, ,son of a Grand .Rapids, Mich., millionaire was perhaps fatally injured last night in an automobile accident Mr. Bissell anl Miss Claypool were riding in a racing automobile which went over the edge of the narrow Eagle rock road and fell, 100 feet down j'the steep incline. The story of Ireland's beloved poet at the Lyceum tonight by The Stod- dart Players. Please trim carefully around border VOTING COUPON Void after December 21, 1909. The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST 5 VOTES Address. When filled out and received at Con-test Headquarters before expiration of date above. Quarterly meeting of the S.O.E. tonight. "The Devil" at the Lyceum tomor- ly captivated the large audience, urge lovers of good music to hear her. Fernie Philarmonic Society, George F. Stevenson, president." superlative and eventually every thing would turn out for the best. row (Thursday Tickets now No ,et up in the big sale at The en sale at the Arcade. Bentley Coy, Ltd. They will be open L. M. Johnstone has returned evemn9 9 o'clock th-e city. All members of Lethbridge Lodge "The Devil" tomorrow night Lyceum. J No. 2 Knights of Pythias are reouest Archie Robinson of Taber, to meet at the lodge room tonight transferred to this city as night op-j (Wednesday) at 8 p.m.. Important erator ih the C.P.R. j business. Mr. Wm. T. Williams, of Medicine! See "'Tom Moore" the great Irish Hat is in the city on business to-day.' ton'9ht at the LYceum. Your money will go farther if you University Extension Lectures, Cen- do your Christmas shopping at The i tral School. week Prof. Broad- convinced Try and fae us begins a series of four lectures on Mr. G. E. Fleming, the accountant' of the Merchants Bank left 1S "Early Madame Langendorff night, Wesley church. Recital to- GEO. N. McLEAN Cartage kinds of teaming done satisfactorily. Goal delivered C. 0. D. Glyn Sr Phone 131 BUY ROGERS- for an extended holiday in the A sure cure for the blues at the i D j Eureka. Beds, springs, tables, 0 i everything in household furniture at Dr. P. W. Tuller leaves on Friday auction sale tomorrow. night for a month's visit at Madoc. i _ _ ______-. _____________ Ont, Dr. Campbell will have charge. 1 of his practice during his absence. Devil" tomorrow night Lyceum.! Tenders will be called for next' week for two dwellings for D. R. Mc- Neil, and one each for W. L. Macken- zie and J. L. Man waring. J. A. Mac i Donald is preparing the plans. j No reserve. Everything must go to- morrow at the suction sale, next door ito Wilson's Auction Rooms. CHORAL SOCIETY PRACTICE CALLED OFF As announced yesterday Pre: sideat E. A. Cunningham and Conductor Andrew Tilley have kindly consented to the with- drawal of the Choral Society practice this evening in order that the members of the so- ciety will be enabled to hear Madame Langendorff, the great opera, singer. This singer is 'recognized by all as the great- est singer who has ever visited Remember the auction sale of house- j hold furniture next door to Wilson's 'auction rooms tomorrow at'2 p.m. THE GOOD CO.'S Special Christmas Bargains Our specialties are GROCERIES, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY. We were brought up in this business and know it from.A to Z. and WHEN WE RECOMMEND ANYTHING YOU CAN BANK ON IT. We are putting on ONE GREAT BIG SALE from now until Xmas. Everything we have in the store will be sold cheap for we need the money and this is the way we have of getting it. You need the, goods and it is up to you to get them where you can get them for the least amount of money. Our bargains are many and we quote here a few to show that we are right. 15c 4 I U C It CUNNINGHAM Christmas 1 LUMBER Quality Right Prices Right Rogers-Cunningham Company Ld North Yard, Phone 23 East Yard, Phone 321 General Off ice, Phone 123 Block Goods t On Sale in the SHERLOCK BLOCK Call and Inspect them before purchasing i: J- J- Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST Szrass Soods just received a shipment of mered Jdrass and Chopper