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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TWIST JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY iked litftkriftfe is tie ULIAI NOTE HAVE YOU SEEN THE- Malleable Range The Hick Hardware Co. P.O. Box 670 SOLE AGENTS Phone 62 i v i i Free Demonstration Gold Standard Tea, Coffee, Jelly Powders, Extracts, Salad Dressing and Puddings all this Week____ TOMORROW A COFFEE DEM- ONSTRATION WILL BE THE QUEEN QUALITY SHOES for women are now being shown at the FOOT TOGGERY. These goods have a reputation and need no in- troduction to the citizens of Lethbridge. We have also tlie and Hagar Shoes for women and can tit all pocket Empress and Hag as well as the feet NELSON GOW RECIPE BOOKS GIVEN AWAY G. Bradbeer Co. Stafford Block E444444444444444444444 J umy o days more LTo I Do Your Xmas Shopping You will find our books, Xmas Stationery. Fancy Goods, Burnt Leather Goods, Calendars, Toys; Dolls and Toy Books. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE I 1st Door West of Union Bank Phone 251 4- Agents for Underwood J Typewriters. Xmas Cigars Special sized boies of ten, twenty-five and fifty for Gift Greaseless Cold Cream 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 skiu, chapped hands and lips. Once used always used. Those who have made a study of skin foods and cures pronounce it the best article ever made for the purpose. J. D. Hipbota SCo. ltd. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk THE WEATHER. j i Lethbridge, clear 36 6 Medicine Hat, clear S'2 S jRegina, clear..................... 16 -1 Winnipeg, cloudy 23 IS Bulletin From Central Office Fair weather has been general throughout the provinces. Northern parts of have been cold, elsewhere moderate. Fair today and Thursday and somewhat colder. Saskatchewan and Alberta, fair to- day and on Thursday. Not much change in temperature. Giving j 9 Ladies can make their selections here and have them delivered anytime between now and Xmas. ufliin anH RnnlfPn iu ui uu uim iiuun uui Prescription Specialists Mgr. IETHBRIOGE 0 t CITY AND DISTRICT Dr. Deane has arrived from Maple j Creek to enter into partnership with Dr. Mewburn. 0- E. Bates, a well known citizen of Cardston, -was in the city yester- day. Mrs. E. J. Hill and Sirs. E. B. Hill will not receive again until Jan- 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 i second course of steel erected on the new standpipe. j Henry Bohman absorbed too much j booze and got soaked ?4 and costs CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. G-. L. Vrooman has returned from an extended visit to Ontario. E. R. Birnie. lumberman of Eegina, is in the city. Entire change of program at matier Sisters at Lyceum tonight. The Citizens' Band will be at the Skating Rink tonight. J. C. Shook, a prominent business man of Peterboro, Ont., is in the city. You will just scream when you see Mr. Thaten in his ladder act at the Eureka tomorrow night. Mrs. Alexander Smith will not re- ceive tomorrow, Thursday. Merchants report the Christ-mas trade as unusually good the best the city has experienced. Miss Tomfohr and Miss Michailis of Milk River, are among the visitors in the city today. The property purchased from P. L. Naismith by W. P.. Hull at the corner of Redpath and G-lyn and not Redpath and. Dufferin 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 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 INCOMPARABLE.COMEDIAN J. LEWIS In the Best of all Kural Comedy Dramas Si Plunkard For 22 years Mr. Lewis has successfully produced Si Plunkard and will appear at each and every performance in character role. THE MAMMOTH THRESHING MA- CHINE IN ACTUAL OPERATION MAGNIFICENT BAND AND OR- CHESTRA. HOME QUARTETTE. SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS 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 Handsome Range That Will Bake Well A Shaving Outfit A Good Carving Set Rogers 1847 Forks or Spoons Cutlery of All Kinds Nickle Plated Ware McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. THE TOOL HOUSE PHONE 3O2 BRYAN BLOCK 5 BIG specialties, song hits 5 2 Free Street Concerts Daily SNAP- 2 well located lots on Bartlett St., CITY AND DISTRICT CITY AND-DISTRICT Sirs. Chivers and daughter have re-j A. JVf. Beattie, of Waldo, B.C., is in turned from aii extended visit to city today. son, B. C. Mr. and Mrs. Lige Pilling of Card- Remember the bazaar and pantry j are in tie city. sale in "the Parish Hall, Ford St. to-j B. K. Bullocl.-, the mine-owner of Coal City was in the city yesterday. morrow at 3 o'clock. P. J. McAvarry, G-. Moth and H. Rev. W. G-. W. Fortune, secretary Robson, engineers on the C.P.R. have! Alberta Temperance and Mor- been transferred from here to Moose j Reform League was in the city last Jaw. i night on his way back from Card- Thos. H. Moffatt of Pembroke, re- j ston- turned from his ranch near Cardston! Entire change of program at Pol- last night and leaves for the east to- i matier Sisters at Lyceum tonight. mght' I The Herald has had the opportun- Don't fail to hear Mr. Thaten of inspecting some of the Christ- "A Boy of the Prairie am Four Cottages to a moot! G. c. MCDONALD Room 6 Whitney funeral service. Mr. a member of the- Eureka tonight. at the mas publications of the widely known firm, Raphael, Tuck Sons Co., Ltd. 4 by Magistrate MacDougall this morn- I Entire change of program at Pol- I matier Sisters at Lyceum tonight. Dr. McXally can be found at Mrs. Donations of cooking from the con-1 The cards, booklets, and calendars gregatlon will be received at the Par- j are of the finest order. Tuck's name :sh Hall from 12 o'clock tomorrow, j on goods means the best quality al- the store and to put in equipment for j (Thursday) for the Pantry Sale. j ways. A great number of beautiful ar-j One of fflost noes suitable lor Christmas gifts joyable meeti vefc wul be offered icrsaae at the bazar Westminster Guild was that Mon- a first class restaurant. See Mr. Thaten in his clever ladder act at the Eureka. Joe Slimko of the C.P.R. freight shed gang was loading a piece of fur- ''rish hal1' Ford St-- tomorrow (Thurs j p. Scale's residence, corner of Burdett "pletely for half an hour. and Ford Sts., telephone No. 118, until he locates in his new offices in the Stafford Block. Dr. Alan Kennedy of Macleod is as- sociated with Dr. Deane while Dr. mture on a dray this morning when he missed his footing and caught his day) at 3 o'clock. On Thursday evening, December 17, chin on the dray on his way to the jthe Parish Hall> St. will be con uted ground. It knocked him out com-verted into a