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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TWi ipfin Av FINEST JOB PRINTING AT "THE: HERALD lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY IkN It lltkkrttfi is til MUtt IOTE :Hfew Useful Articles for the Home Universal Food Choppers, No. 3 Savory Roasting Pans With this it is impossible to burn the fowl or roast of meat Steam Cereal Cookers, 2 sizes __ THE i HICK mm CD, REDPATH STREET f We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 ,1. o. wimm i us, The above firm carries the finest line? of XMAS PERFUMES IN THE WEST A ni. V J.U.-ij.jV I4.UU prices will uaake the Per- fume purchaser recognize the superiority of our Pe'r- fnme department. We carry only the finest an '1 best of the recognized universal Perfumes .such as Kogu (.Taller, Piver, Richard Hudnut. Colgate. Stearns, Seely. Call and see our lines J J. Higiobotta S Coltd, Faiaily and Dispensing Chemists Telephone Resident Night Clerk f Free Demonstration Gold Standard Tea, Coffee, Jelly Powders, Extract., Salad Dressing and Puddings all this Week___ TOMORROW A COFFEE DEM- ONSTRATION WILL BE THE G. Bradbeer Co. Stafford Block QUEEN QUALITY SHOES for women are now being shown at the FOOT TOGGERY. These goods have a me reputation and need no in- troduction to the citizens of Lethbridge. We have also the Empress and Jtittgar Shoes for women and can fit all pockets ------as well as the frrt NELSON GOW CITY AND DISTRICT THE WEATHER. I Lethbridge, clear........ PER CENT OFF All wall papers until Jan. Union Ira H. Smith of Nanton, is visiting j the city. Prof. Mason is staying for a few I days in the city. I i i W. A. Moore, of Port Hope, Out. J 9.30. Everybody out 28 22 Band at the Eureka tonight.! fair and cold today and CITY AND DISTRICT Hockey practice tomorrow night at Hay Cassey of Chicago is spending for our new stock. Semember only seven days to buy your Xmas presents Tell us your wants. We can supply them. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STUB! 1st Bear West of Union Bank Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. j was in the city today. I P, A. Scou of Calgary is visiting sharp. W R I here today. j J i Big doings at the Lyceum tonight, j 7 j a day or so in D. E. Hunt. Cranbrook, B.C., i in the city yesterday. Mrs. -7. F. Simpson will not re- jceive tomorrow. R. V. Gibbons sold the residence of G-. H. Burritt yesterday to Mr. Sny- der, of P. Burns Co. Sons of England meet tonight at 8 to follow usual H. Dr. and Mrs. Tuller leave for Madoc Ontario, tonight. They will remain i in the east until about the end of vvas I January. Drs. Campbell and DeVe- j ber will look after the Dr.'s practice during his absence. Regular prices at the Lyceum to- and 25c. There will be a meeting in the Bal- moral Hotel for the purpose of organ iiiVMcu nji me purpose 01 organ One constant scream for every onefmng a local of the Hotel and Ees- at the Eureka tonight. j taurant Employees at 9 o'clock this The C. 0. F. ball, one of the events i evening. ;gurritt and wife of Burdett St., city, went east to Mattawa, yes- i New Year's Eve. L. Hartshorn, who is making a bus iness tour of the North-West is in the city today. D. J. Wilcox of Toronto, who is on jhis way to the Coast, is spending the 4 [day in the city. Thos. Underwood, manager -of Diamond Coal mines, arrived in the the J Xmas Cigars Special sized boxes of ten. twenty-five and fifty for Gift Giving Ladies can make their selections here and Lave them delivered anytime between now and Xmas. city this morning and has now gone out to Diamond City on business. Miss Laura McGilliv.ary- who has been a valuable member ...f the purs- ing staff of tho Gait Hospital, re- signed her position. Don't miss Zamloch and Co. at the Lyceum tonight. Geo. F. Russell, of St. Mary's Riv- 0 er, is now staying in Lethbridge. f Hobt. J. Holland of Pinto is now I on his way to take up his homestead. 9 I He was in the city yesterday. j Lethbridge Lodge No. 39, A. F. A. M., will hold their regular meet- 5 j ing tonight when the election of of- fleers will take place. All visiting j brethren are cordially invited. The sensation of the age at the Ly- Q j ceum. 6 Quite a number of people who were I bound for Utah, stayed at Lethbridge last night. A large Christmas re-un- 9 j ion seems to be in vic-w and these were a preliminary contingent, D. S. Spencer, assistant agent of the Oregon Short ]iuo, with headquarters at Salt Lake City, is in the city. He is one of the ex. of the Geo. Crismau estate. CITY .AND DISTRICT. A grove of Christmas trees to choose from. The big ones are all large, the smaller ones are not quite so big. Hyde Saunders. We are glad to report that Miss Emilie Waste has now quite recovered from, her indisposition and has resum- ed her classes as usual. terday. Mr. Mrs. Burritt are taking a three months' holiday and have planned an interesting- tour for themselves which will include a num- ber of visits to friends after spending Christmas at their old home. Big doings at the Lyceum tonight. A. Rooney has been selected to act as policeman in the North "tV'ard. As the census shows that section Of the city to have over a thousand pop- ulation there will be plenty of work there for a man. Mr. Rooney ought to fill the bill. He is big and braw- ny and appears able to handle the worst element. Don't miss ZamiocrTand Co. at the Lyceum tonight. Archie McGilliv.-vry a f, rancher of Medicine ilat ;irrive.l m the cily yesterday. "Mr. has brought with him from his Medicine Hat estate a carload of fine stock which he proposes to winter on the farm of A. L. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. McGillivary intend to stay in Leth- bridge for the winter and are already eettling in their new home. Mr. Parkerm of the A. R. I. freight offices has secured a number of excellent photographs of the new bridge now in course of construction. These pictures are remarkable for MISS JEFFREY APPRECIATED Lethbridge, Dec. 15, 1908 We, the undersigned, nurses of the Gait Hospital, wish through the col- umns of your valuable paper, to ex- press our appreciation of Miss Jeff- rey's kindness and consideration for us in the past and our sincere regret at her departure. We not only have always have had friend in. Miss Jeffrey, one whose personal interests were set aside for the good and benefit of the staff and the institution and whose attitude un- der all circumstances has endeared her o us all, but also a superintendent if whom we or any hospital might justly feel proud. Signed: Gladys Morrison, Laura McGillivray C. E. Switzer, M. I. Morrison, Annie M. Forrest, Maud Moulton, Maria Hermann, Nellie Thompson. J. B. KELSEY WEDS. The god Hymen received at his altar last evening two more devotees who have pledged themselves to serve him faithfully. The symbol of un- tarnished purity was placed upon the fourth finger of the left hand of Mar- garet- Pritchard McGrath by Mr. J. B. Kelsey in the precincts of the Bap- tist church. Only a few friends were present, as the wedding was a quiet one. The bride was prettily gowned, and looked exceedingly smart in a dainty robe of turquoise blue, surmounted by a picture-.hat, conveying a finish- ed idea of the whole color schem The service was read by Pastor Win. Reid, after the ceremony, con- gratulated the happy couple. Mr. Kelsey is editor of the Labor Bulletin and a linotype operator on the Daily Herald staff. He is a popu- lar young man, of the best charac- ter, and his friends wish him all sorts joy and happiness. r j I SNAP" 2 well located lots on Bartlett St., I ALBERT E. IVES, OLIVER BLOCK Four Cottages to a montli G. c. MCDONALD Room 6 Whitney Blk. TO famished room, suit- able for one or two gentlemen. Ap- ply 1246 Bompas St., east of R.IST.W. M.P. Barracks. 6-6 Don't miss Zamloch and Co. at the Lyceum tonight. 4) 4 II II Sfte Mr. Thaten -n his funny ladder Prescription Specialists I B, HIPLEy, Mgr. LfTflflRIOGE i c... inc cureita. j Some very swell calendars are be- a i ing distributed by local business j Two of the best the Heraici has yet seen are those of Albert K. Ivoa, and the Hick Hardware Company. They are both works of nrt. The growth of the city is well in- j dfcated by the figures of new electric j- j light connections since September 1. Sixty-six connections have been made i and about fifty of these were for new- ly constructed residences. Don't miss Aime Allaire, the jug- pigling wonder, at the Lyceum tonight. Vanity Fair will be presented to- night in the Parish Kail, Ford St. Tho programme begins at 8 o'clock their clearness and point, each object presenting itself with a pleasing sharp ness against the cloudless sky. The picture showing the crane in opera- Coleman and Hockey League Editor of the Herald: Saturday last at the re- quest of the Secretary of the Leth- bridge Hockey Club we sent del- egates, Mr. B. M. Scott and Mr. Geo. Gage to attend a meeting for tho purpose of forming a Hockey league m the Pass comprising Leth- bridge, Macleod, Pincher Creek, and Coleman. On arriving in Macleod we found a delegate from Pincher, also j one from Lethbridge. ilacleod had not yet organized as notices were posted calling a meeting that evening. Still one individual who was Secre- tary of the C. N. League where all the soreness originated and who was more or less responsible for the big- gest failure that hockey had in the FOE African and half- breed scrip for sale; prices right; im- mediate delivery; financial security guaranteed. Apply J. McGovern, Windsor Hotel, or P.O. 6-6 tlon is a gem, to take which consid- T 7 T erable nofMnftr I ass.aamcly three years ago, took on necessary. Genuine Fir and Spruce Christmas trees at "Popular at Hyde Saunders'. GLAD TO BE ALIVE. Did you ever sit on a mossy bank and look at the sun-kissed brook as it merrily dances in glee around the protruding pebbles, and feel glad that yon were alive? Well, that is the same .sensation you will experience when you witness "Si Plunkard." It is a laughing, bubbling pure heart and home story. When the curtain falls on the last act you feel as re- freshed as if you had just drank a cup of spring water. "Si with JT. C. Lew's in the title role, and no admission fee will be charged, j to Oliver'? Hall, Friday, Dec. Everyone is invited to come and en- joy the fun. 1 Regular prices at the Lyceum to- and 25c. 18th. For a good laugh come to the Eu- reka tonight. Peoples' pursss at Xmas are not as large as their hearts. In pric- ing our goods we bear this in mind. Compare our prices for the same qualitjf of goods with others be- for making your purchases. J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription QUALITY his shoulders with the cooperation of Pincher Creek to inform Coleman that they would not in the League. Assuming Coleman was in error in previous years, we, the present organ- ization, do not feel as though we should be held responsible. Our del- egates offered to pay any default mon ey outstanding, also to play our first games away from home. We have formed a league west of here but winners of that three way league will have to show Coleman before claim- ing the championship of Southern Al- berta- Yours truly, Barney 31. Stitt, D. J. Mclntyre, Chas. Oimette, Man. Com. Coleman Hockey Club. 4? i c I I I REALLY NOW Is there anything the smo- ker appreciates more at the-gift giving season than something to smoke. Nothing cheers heart of the man who is fond- of cigars more than to find that he has been remembered with a Box of Fine Cigars We have some special Christmas packages at from SI to SI.75 Of course we can provide you with more expensive goods and naturally better smoking cigars -LJL Christmas Presents ARE 'THRONGING THE J. BROWN CO, LTD. ---------STO R B Avoiding thereby the last day rush usual on the 24th December The firm are striving to make it pleasant for shoppers. ON THE GROCERY SIDE the display of fine and useful China and Glassware will catch the eye of any lover of the beautiful Here also you will find everything necessary for'tin- compounding of Plum Pudding. Mince Pie, Christ- mas and every other kind of cake Do not forget the Oranges. Apples, Eaisins. Is'uts. Oysters, Tea and Coffee DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT easy to select a present from the assortment of Handkerchiefs, Ties, Fancy Collars, Jewelled Combs, Shawls, Slippers, Press Lengths, Silk Blouses To Arrive per Express-FRENCH FLANNEL SHIRT WAIST ENDS Ottawa, Dec. Ottawa Wo- men Suffragist. Association has decid- ed to ask E. L. Borden lor his views on women suffrage. Call early and get your choice cf wf.nstrrias trees, hoify, mistietoe and other flowers at Geo. Taylor's, florist, corner Bartlett and London Road. 2-11 ayr Bros.! Don't miss Aime Allaire, the jug- gling wonder, at tHe Lyceum tonight. f i SALE j-elevator, down, balance easy. R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK While talking cigars it is also worth suggesting that J A Cigar Case I Cigar Holder f Jk i J is always Jin acceptable J and much valued Christ- J mas gift S. J Our cigars aim cigar sun- dries are of the best J Jj quality J__ __________ R. W.Wallace! SEE US ABOUT We have 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 nuilter to select a gift for your friend Bros. HARDWARE MEN Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 4 ;