Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE �U� TO ALL TRAIN* Hotel Windsor , 91.26 a Day HeUl In Albarta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDQI The Dallas Hotel fa the Bast and Meat C�nwa� lant Placa to Stay CARVING SETS Wc purchasod n tnivclling mans' eiilirc stock. These sets were carried by liim tor a sliort time and are very slightly damaged. We jjoiigiit so low that we will sell the entire lot at LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICE For the Christmas Trade This is worth Investigating. C. W. GRAY "The Best Hardware House." XMAS SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE AT ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE STOKE OPEN IX THE EVENINGS FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS MAKE SOMEBODY HAPPY WITH A KODAK Home memories that are cherished most are those of the great home day-Christmas. Better than mere memory, though, is the pictured story of the family reunion, the happy children, tha gay young folks, the grown up boyd and girls back home again. The pictures taken with the Christmas Kodak will give pleasure the whole year round and for all the years to come. Let us show you the simple Kodak way which makes picture taking BO much fun. We have Kodaks at 15.00, oiherb up to ?6o.OO. JACKSON & CO. PRESCRIPTION ORUQGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 Just Arrived A Car-Load of TRUNKS, BAGS, TRAVELLING BAGS, FITTED 3UIT CASES, AND FANCY LEATHER.GOODS Suitable for Christmas Cif fectionery. Wholesale and Retail -PHONES-. Grocery DepL S25 Wholetale Dept. 1271. weather Medicine Hat, clear .. Battleford, clear .... Prince Albert, clear .. Swift CuTront, cloudy .Moose Jaw. clear ... Qu'Appelle, fair ... Minnedosa, foggy . Winnipeg, cloudy .. Port Arthur, cloudy. Kamioops, snowing . 26 10 32 18 24 14 24 16 2G 12 24 -4 26 22 32 12 25 S 2(5 10 2S 10 20 20 2S 10 30 26 35 23 37 27 .01 .02 ....._____..... .02 Pair and moderately cold weather has been general over the prairie provinces. A few snow flurries have occurred. Forecast Western Provlncea-Strong east to noKh winds; light snovyfallt, and growfing colder. city and district Overteat' Meeting The annual meeting of the Overseas Club will be held tomorrow evening at eight o'clock in St. Augustln's hali. Hearing Tomorrow Klnnlburg, Miller and Williams, the three alleged C. P. R. thieves, will come up before Inspector West, at the Police barracks, tomorrow morning. The men are charged with breaking Into freight cars and stealing goods. Death of Mrs. Vair The death took place in the city yesterday of Lucy Vair, aged 46 years. The deceased leaves a family of nine children to mourn her loss. The funeral will take place on Wednesday afternoon, at 2,30, to the Anglican cemetery. business locals" I'houe 660 tnu Messenger Servi�,o lot ptonpt m'ssuire and baRgano delivptv REX TRA.VSFER, Phone 670, olHce Alberta Saddlery, opposite Coaidale Hotel. t.f. There is room for several more Table Boarders at 1010 3nd avo. S., also one room for vent. 2-6 Private party will loan amounts dp to $S,000 on A 1 security for few months only; must bo williug to pay good bonus for same, Addj'ess C. C. Box 203, City. '1-3 WIIIST l>ll!VIO-St. Mary's Men's Sooloty will hold thoir 1th Whist, Drive and social on Thursday. llUh l)(!cembia', lu Unity 'Hall, i;oninioiio-iuK 7.30. Splendid prizes. Ladles free; aoiUIouumi .$1.00. 5--3 Mi'iiibers or HusliU'sh .McMi's aKSOohiUon iiro (.'Riieclully reiiuosled lo .Jittond ihi' nu'oUas i" "n'li' ofHi'e this ' l'veiilii!; ;iL .S.iE. See Our Toy Department Xm as Suggestions | | OLD IVORY JEWEL CASES They are new, dainty, durable and useful. A gift that will surely be appreciated. EBONY GOODS IN HAIR BRUSHES, AND MIRRORS, MILITARY BRUSHES, HAT BRUSHES NAIL FILES, ETC. Always useful and always appreciated. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co*� Ltd� Phone 555 Third Ave. See Our Toy Department city axd district Rev. Mr. Bryden's New Charge The many friends of Rev. Mr. Bry-den, formerly minister of St. Andrew's Church, here, will be Interested to know that he is now minister of the Presbyterian Church at Wood-vllle, Ont. S. O. E. Notice S. O. E. W. R. degree meets this evening, IDecember 16, at 7.30 sharp. Business: Initiation. As this will be the last W. R. meeting for 1912, ail members are specially requested to attend. An Easy-Operating Picture Taker -a gift worth having From one dollar to a hundred for a camera for everybody, baby, to grandpa. An easy-operating, "child-can-doit" camera gives a pleasure never I'eachcd with any other girt, bo it a toy or a utility. There is such a range of sizes and prices-all perfect picture takers-that you can afford to glvo cameras the preference in gifts. Come; see one work; see the pleasing results and the ease with which you get them-and then make a prominent place on your gift list for cameras. We do developing A printing J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 Don't Forget This Next Sunday evening at the close of the regular church services, the City Band will give a concert in the Majestic Theatre, the proceeds of which will go to the Herald's Santa Claus fund in aid of the poor children of the city. Spoke to Boya Alderman-elect Dr. Lovering addressed a large gathering of boys at the meeting of the Boys' Sunday Club in the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon. The speaker impressed upon those present the necessity of building up strong, upright characters,- in order to fit them for the duties of life. Hit at Weak-Kneed Christiana With the subject\"Tho Man-Fearing Spirit," as the basis of his sermon. Rev. T. P. Perry delivered an eloquent and powerful evangelistic address at Wesley church last night. He dealt in trenchant terms with the church members who compromise with principles for fear of man, or Bncritlce. As an example he scored professing Christians, who sign petitions for barroom licences for the sake of a few dollars' business, or In the hoi>e of it affecting real estate values. The seniion was cue of more than ordinary interest and was heard by a largo congregation, A short after-service was held. DIED BU.ROESS~0n Monday, Dec, 16th. 1912, Mr.' Robert Burgess, age 72 years, an old timer and for many years section foreman on C. P. R. and A. R. & I. Funeral will take place from Residence, 423-llth St. South, on Tuesday at 2.30. Friends please accept ihiB lutlmaiion. MARRIED lJ(!Coraber lOlh, at - SI. Stcpiieii's Cliureh, Calgary, by ilin Uov. W. CI. .liimoH, (iHorgo Stanley, second son oi Mr. George lliiul, of Mount Koreat, Ouiario. lo Hilda (Malre, siecoiiil (laiigli-t�r or .Ins.- I. C. tlwllllm, of .Mblon ttldiio. Allit'.rla. LET US ASSIST -You to do your Chriatmas shopping. Wo suggest as followa from our Crockery Department. FOR SMALL GIFTS choose from tlie following Jawetery Boxea Hair Receivers Ink Welle Tobacco Jare. Bon Bon DIshea Cake Platea Pin Traya Puff Boxee Match Trays Cigar Traya Cheese DIshea Hat Pin Holdera These are all In fancy .lapanese Hand Painted China and range In price from 4.'ic up. They will make handsome Chrlstmua Gifts. Besides those mentioned wo have many other arllcloa Id this department to choose from. THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. SPECIAL XMAS PRICES Ontario Apples, fi�^ lbs. for 25c Mixed Peel, per lb. 20c Choice Table Ralsine, per pound .................. 20e. New Nuts all kinds per lb. 2O0 Choice New Date*, per tb. 10c. Ontario Apples, per bbl. $5.65 a C. SUGAR, Per sack ...... B. C. Onlone, lOfta. for ....28e. Cabbage, 6fb8. for........10c Carrots, etbs. for ........ iOc. Pocatoea, lOtbe. fop.......-lOo. Turnips, 12tbs. for ....... 10c! Creamery Butter, per tb. ..40e. ---------:............... $1.2S The Premium Grocery 324-11th St. South J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR Opposite Terrllla PHONE 874 Severe Weather Coming. Be Prepared. HEATERS for all Buildings, from Cottage Rooms to Assembly Halls, Schools or Shops Fairy Oaks, Dandy Oaks, Oak Treasures, Home Oaks, Hot Blast, Imperial Oaks, Station Heaters. The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER Sth ST. AND 4th AVC. LETHBRIDQB WATCH THIS SPACE FOR ANNOUNCEMENT RE HAPPY THOUGHT RANGE iayr Hardware Compamy 320->(itli Street South PHONE 575 Lcthbrid|sre p. 0. BOX* 27 FENCING SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR:- BARB WIRE TWO OR FOUR POINT FLAT OR ROUND BARBS PLAIN OR TWIST WIRE GALVANIZED STAPLES LARGE STOCK QUICK SHIPMENTS Orders from the trade especially iollclted M'E ARB AGENTS FOR PITTSBURG PERFECT WOVEN WIRE FENCING FAIRBANKS-MORSE OIL TRACTORS AND GASOLINE ENGINES J. B. Turney & Company SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR Builders and Contractors. -;~ Mines and Mill*. Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbrldije Alberta. 1245 2nd Ave. S.