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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe e THE PLACE TO STAY H t tfc H ttU HAVE YOU SEEN THE- The P.O. Box 670 Hardware Co. SOLE AGENTS Phone 62 MMMMMMMMIMM Gold Standard Tea, Coffee, JeUy Powdery Drewing and Puddmgt ail this Week TOMORROW A COFFEE DEM- ONSTRAT16N WILL BE THE G. Bradbeer Co. Stafford Block QUEEN QUALITY SHOES for woman are now beiug shown Mt the FOOT TOGGERY. have a worm- me reputation aud need no in- to tbs citizens Cmprctt and Hftftr Shoes for women aud can fit all pockets well as the feet NELSON GOW Only 8 days mort Do Your You will find our books, Xmas Stationery, Jfancy Goods, Burnt- Eeatiier Goods, Calendars, Toys, Itolls and Toy Books. BOOK STBIt IstkvMifWntak 2SI Agents for Ui Gold If you. have not used this article let us demonstrate tc you the. beauty of this Cream. ,The rapidity with which, it is absorbed by the skin insures a quick and complete cure for rough, red skin, chapped hands and lips. Once used always used. 'Those who have inade a study of skin foods and cures pronounce it the best article ever made lor the purpose. ars Special sized boxes of ten, twenty-five and fifty fpr Gift Giving Ladies can make their selections here and have, them delivered anytime between now and Xmas. i 11 terta Drug and Book to, Prescription Specialists I B. IIPIH, LETIIMSE Family and Dispensing' Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk THE WEATHER. Letibridge, clear 36 G Medicine Hat, clear............ 32. 8 RegiiU, clear 16 -1 Winnipeg, cloudy 28 18 Bulletin' From Central Office Fair weather teen general throughout the western provinces. Northern parts of Saskatchewan nave been, cold, elsewhere, uiwderate. Tair today and Thursday and somewhat colder. Saskatchewan, and :Alberta, fair to- day and on Thursday. Not much change in temperature'. CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. G. L. Vroomari has returned from an extended visit to Ontario. 12. R. Birnie. lumberman of Regina, is in the city. .Entire change of program at Pol- matier Sisters at .Lyceum tonight. The Citizens' Band will be at the i Skating Rink rtonight. J. C. Shook, a prominent business i man of Peterboro, Ont., is in the You will just scream when you see Mr. Thaten in his ladder act at the Eureka tomorrow night. Alexander Smith, will not re- ceive tomoiTOW, Thursday. Merchants report the Christmas trade as unusually best the city has experienced. Miss Tonifohr and Miss Michailis of Milk River, are among the visitors in [the city today. The property purchased from P. L. OLIVER'S HALL FRIDAY DEC. 18 TBE INCOMPARABLE COMEDIAN j. c. Si In tha Best of all Rural Comedy Dramas. 22. years 'Mr. Lewis has' sucicessfaHy produced Si Piunkard and will appear at 'each and eVery performance in character >role. Y''' THE MAMMOTH THRESHING MA- CHINE IN ACTUAL OPERATION MAGNIFICENT BAND AND OR- CHESTRA. HOME QUARTETTE. 5 BIG specialties, song hits 2 Free Street Concerts Daily SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS It's a simple matter to buy a gift. The problem is to select something that possesses utility as well as beauty. "In our store you will find many things that make appropriate articles that are useful HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: A Handiomc Range That Wili Bake Well A Shaving Outfit A Good Carving Set 1847 Forks or Cutlery of All Kinds TooU for all Nickle PUted Ware McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. THE TOOL HOUSE PHONE 302 BRYAN BLOCK SNAP- 2 well located lots on Bartlett St., r ALBERT IVES, OLIVER BLOCK Br. Deane has arrived from Maple Jreek to enter into partnership with Dr. llewbura. O. E. Bates, a well known citizen of Cardston, was in the city yester- day. Mrs. E. J. Hill JNaismith by W. R. Hull was at the 1 corner of Redpath and Glyn and not Redpath, and Duflerin as stated in last night's Herald. Entire 'change of program at Pol- matier Sisters at Lyceum tonight. Mr. J. E. McGregor begs to an- announce that for the convenience of some of the pupils he will run a day class as well as an. evening class at and Mrs. E. B. the shorthand school he has just op- ened. Norman H. Murray of this city has rented the north store in the Odd Fel lows' Block. It is his intention to erect a brick kitchen at the rear of the store and to put in equipment for a first class restaurant. See Mr. Thaten In his clever ladder act at the Eureka. Joe Slunko or the C.P.R. freight CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs; Chivers have re- turned from au extended visit to Nel- son; B.' C. Remember the, and pantry sale in the Parish Hall, Ford St_ to- morrow, at 3 o'clock. E. J. McAvarry, G. Moth and .H. engineers on the C.P.R. have been transferred from here to Moose Jaw. [night Thos. H. iloffatt of Pembroke, re- turned from his ranch near Cardston CITY AND DISTRICT A. it. Beattie, of Waldo, B.C., is the city today. t Mr. and Mrs. Lige Pilling of Card-; ston are in the eity. j B. K. Bullock, the niine-owner of Coal City was in the .city yesterday. Rev. W. a, W. secretary of the Alberta Temperance and Mor-. al-Reform League was in the city last on his way back from. Card- FOR RENT four Cottages to Binontl! G. C McDONALD Room 6 Whitney BBc. shed gang; was loading a piece of fur- hil1' Ford St., tomorrow (Thurs The Whole Story QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE -YOU Hill will not receive again until uary. Union Band at the Eureka tomor- row night- The pipe in the new force main is being laid and the steel gang has the second course of steel erected on the new standpipe. Henry Bohman absorbed too much booze and got soaked and costs by Magistrate this morn- Entire change of program at Pol- matier Sisters at Lyceum tonight. Dr. McXalJy can be found at Mrs. Neale's residence, corner of Burdett land Ford Sts., telephone No.. 118. j until he locates in his new offices in j the Stafford Block. Dr. Alan Kennedy of Macleod is as- sociated with Dr. Deane while Dr. Mewburn is away on his trip to New York. W. R. Dobbin leaves tonight to State Centre. Towa. to attend a j Christmas family reunion. He will take in Winnipeg, Minneapolis, and other cities on the way. Robert McRae gavu way to his ap- petite when he came to town from his work and paid and the fun he had. Magistrate MacDongal made the asressment. There will tw no hockey practice to- nights at this cosy theatre. If you night on account of this being the i wish to be convinced of thc clever- regular band night of the rink man- ness of this little team, just visit agement. The next practice will take I the Eureka any night and see the place Friday night at 9.30. packed houses they are drawing. last night and leaves for the east to- night. .Don't fail to hear Mr. Thaten sing "A Boy of the Prairie am at the Eureka tonight. Donations of cooking from the con- gregation will be received at the Par- ish Hall from 12 o'clock tomorrow, on goods means the'best quality al- (Thursday) for the Pantry Sale Entire change of program at Pol- matier Sisters at .Lyceum tonight. The Herald has had the opportu ity of inspecting some of the Christ- mas of the widely known firm, Kaphael, Tuck Sons Co., Ltd. The cards, booklets, and are of the. finest order. Tuck's ALOF DON. BREMNER A great number' of beautiful ways. One of the most profitable and, en- will be oriered for sale bazar Westminster held by St. Monica's Guild in the Pa- day eveaiDff. w. niture on a dray this morning when he missed his footing and caught his chin on the dray on his way to the ground. It knocked him out com- pletely for half an hour. A met'tinq, of the committee of the Poultry Association will be held on Thursday, 17th inst., at 8 o'clock sharp. A full attendance is requested. Fanciers nnd others desiring any in- formation or wishing to make any suggestions, should communicate with the Secretary, F. J. Harbinson. P.O. Box 531. day) at 3 clock. On Thursday evening, December 17, was that of Mon- C. Simmons, ex-M. P. P'., most interesting instructive address on "The British. Constitution." Miss Hadley contrib- -maa jiauicy c1 the Hall. Ford St. will bo con uted vocal solO( a vi- and Mr. Ely ren- piano numbers. S. J. verted into a 'Vanity Fair.' forms of amusement have been (jeretj ed and a good time, is assured for j Shephcrd all. No admusioo will be charged, j man G. C. Ives of Macleod is in the city -_________________ the guest of his son, Aid. W. C. Ives T f n Ton LMgfat Beat Dorado The remains of the late Don. Bremner were yesterday bid to rest in Lethbridge Cemetery at 3 o'clock, followed by many who now mourn the loss of a tried friend. Mr. Bremner was known and greatly esteemed by his many friends at Cranferook. where for the last few years he has made his home. Mr. Bremner was a valued member of the Cranbrook Presbyterian Church, and it seems singularly ap- propriate that a one-time pastor that church; Rev. W. Gv W.. Fortune, secretary, of the Alberta Moral Re- form Association, should be present The Lethbridge Brewing and Malt- ing Co. have presented a valuable trophy for cqmpetition among the curlers of Maple Creek. Rawley of Wetaskiwin, was At the Eureka, commencing tomor- in thc citv last way to Cardston and the Waterton Lakes row nigi'it the Thaten Duo will pre- sent the very high class comedy act, entitled. "The New Coachman." This is another of their screamingly funny sketches and anyone who enjoys a (Continued From Front Page.) evident effect on the Italian. Doran- do, nevertheless held his distance last lap of the 14th mile, when to-take the funeral service. Mr. Bremner. was a member oi the Knights of Pythias, and all the lun-- eral arrangements were made bj- the local lodge. Many of the breth- ren of "this order were present, and' after Fortune had perform- ed the services of the. church, service of the order was also read. Amongst the mourners were t-hs- and Mrs. Bremrjer, Edmonton, father and Mrs. McKillop, aunt, and two cousins of" deceased. Mr. B. McKillop and Mr. G. McKillop. The remains were carried .to the grave by brother Knights, the pall- bearers being Brothers Boberison, Aylesworth, Whyte, Moffatt, and Tate. where he and his father are interested longboat took the lead, and increas in Lumbering Co. H. N. G-aler. of -Spokane, president of the Royal in the city, i omls ed his pace a little. He finished the Hth mile one minute and 16 2-5 sec- ol ihe Dorando-Hayes ,r tni- TT JJ ujtvttvi nil, hearty laugh will hive an oPDortut- 3lrs> Dodder, an old-time resi-! T _ ity Thursday. Friday and Saturday dcnt this city, who has been away! effort, proved for several months, returned last night. u 111 Rogers-Coiiniogiiam Hn WWl itri LlVl i Phones 23 r.r.d 12H Main Yard Nwth Oice Track MILITARY BRUSHES We have an exceedingly stock of thoso. Choice bristlos and ebony bncks in real seal cases. J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist QUALITY QUARTERS and Dorando easily i passed him in the fifteenth ___, Longboat showed signs of fatigue in Call early and get your choice seventeenth mile, but kept Christmas trees, holly, mistletoe and' within striking distance of other flowers at Geo. Taylor's, corner Bartlett and London Road. 2-11 m NORTH WARD 40x125 close to School, each. cash, R. V, Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Hayr Bros. SEE US ABOUT j tho [tatian. In the 20th mile Long- 1 boat shot ahead and dropped into a j natural lope, which had kept him in lead for five yards, when Doran- j do. amid wild cheering, forged shwj. i Again in. the twentieth mile the In- dian made a sensational sprint and jgaincd the load. The second lap of j xne L'-nu mile Uor-imlo gained the j advantage. Both men moved slowly nnd showed weariness. In thc- begin- t ning of the 28th mile Longboat i .sprinted, and thc Italian wont to rear. In the middle of the mile, and vhrn a fjiiiUter of a lap behind, Do- fell to th< track, and it was j necessary to pick him up and carry jliim to his dressing room. BIRTHS. j i i rKAKb At I.pMibruiije, on i 14th. 1908. Mr. and Mrs. B. G.I i Fears, a daughter. Gift We haye one of the finest selected stocks, of Cutlery and Electro Plate in Alberta. We extend a cordial invitation to every one to call and see our stock. You will find it an easy matter to select a ffift for vonr friend Hayr ros HARDWARE MEN Phone -P.O. Box 27 ;