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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta fMtST MMTWC HCRAI.O e THE PLACE TO STAY Ite It UHfeMp i ttt HIM NU No. 3 M n Sftvory KoftinAf Pant r With this it is impossible J totem the fowl or roast of meat Steia Cereal Cookers, 2 sizes B THE IHX IIWE ce, REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 070 The Wise ing until the last day before Christmas, Jfor he overlook the ouuty aUnclive things suitable lor gitu which am showing. We have many which may be mailed with safety, aT Fountain Safety Ratars Photographs Poet Card Album; Sowing Dressing Jic. J. 0. Iptottn 8 bill aud Disposing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident CITY OMmtlCT. TONAOHT 4MO of city today. BOOJLKY At H. A; Drifts arrived from i tor a itf Am numt-r ol witt nflecton have bMB put wp at riak tad the aldw of tte riok for feocfctt toaifht, vhaa an effort will Btadt at atbelioff a for on CfarMaaM algfcb between Pindar Craak and Oont miu Zamtoch and at thi Lyceum tonight.- Mcdieiat Hat Nova: P. Co. of Calgary will locate in Madi cine Hat and make thto pUct a dis- tributing point (or their goods en the Crow's Kest Railway, tht C. P. R. main line; ax bur as Swift Cur lent and half-way to Calgary. A. retail market .will aiao be put la with cold storage equijxjwot and up- to-date methods of curing meats. t t I Only Six Days to XMAS Our stock vill help-you solve your 'PRESENT WORRIES." Come early and get your choice. Our stock is too large, to tell you more just now. Remember the Wall Paper sale. iWWS -BUI 1st tar lest of lliioa Bank Phone 261 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. Cmf AND DISTRICT Aid. HOpkins was elected mayor of Saskatoon and Aid. Adolph mayor of Brandon. The sensation of the age tht Ly- ceum. C. W. Barber, of Winnipeg, has pur- chased the Windsor Hotel at Edmon- ton. __ .Dr. McXally left last night for Olds where he has been called in consulta- tion. J. C. comedian, and his big. company of 20 artists, in Diivtr's Hall tonight. The 0. W. Kerr Co. brought in a. bunch of landseekers. yesterday. Harold MacGrath's latest novel, "The 'Enchanted at Sage's. Samuel Stanford has- purchased two lots on the corner St. and London Boad through A. E. Ives and will build a. residence. J. C. Lewis, the great comedian; and his big company of 20 artists, in Oliver's Hall tonight. GIFTS THAT GIRLS LIKE G-ive a girl something pretty and dainty and you are sure to please her We are showing an line of Purses, Hand Bags and Leather Goods ST. UON t CA'S BAZAAR. The ladies of St. Monica's Guild held their bazaar in the new hall yesterday afternoon and er-o- ing. The'bazaar had been looked forward to for some time, and eclipsed the most hopeful tious. The-hall was ?ery tastefully" and beautifully decorated, and four hone- shoe shaped stalk set up. Miss Dixie I Wilson and Miss Vrooman .had charge of the stall the finest of hand made handkerchiefs could be secur- ed. They tad their stall very- preU tily decorated in pink 'The stall opposite contained plain needle, work, ;and was in charge of Mrs Glazier and Mrs. Simmons. This stall was decorated with as was also the next" in charge of Mrs. Conybeare, Mrs. Henson and Mrs. Ford. Here the most attractive Xmas gifts were on sale in the shape of fancy etc. -The fourth stall was strikingly decorated hi white. At this the most tempting puddings, mince meats and other good things to. eat were sold by Mrs. Simpson and Miss Cope- man, while at the same stall Mrs. McLean, supplied the demand 'or sweetmeats. Kingston and Mrs. Stewart, mas Superintendent Seid of the Electric and Waterworks plants left last ev- ening on a trip to the East. He will spend Christmas with, Mrs. Reid in Toronto. e Entire change orogramme aft thfc Lyceum tonight. Mr. and Jilrs. H. Sage have as.vis- and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. McLean, .Union Bank, Fort Saskatchewan, with their family. J. C. Lewis in "Si Plunkard" in Oliver's Hall tonight. B. F. Skeels, a prominent citizen of Storm Lake, Iowa, has been1 in the city for some time and expresses him- self as delighted with the country. He has also visited Edmonton, Stettler, Calgary and other points. J. C. Lewis, the great comedian, and his big company of 20 artists, in Oliver's Hall tonight. Winnipeg Free Angus Macdonald, of Lethbridge, is at the Royal Alexandra. Ur. Macdonald is the second son of the Earl of An- trim. He is engaged in a number of business in Alberta, and is in the city in connection with these matters. J. C. Lewis in "Si Plunkard" in j j Oliver's Hall tonight. What better Christina's Gift than a pair of our Fine Slippers. We have them for Men, Women and Children, all colors and sizes. Ladies9 Boudoir Slippers in brown, redor black. Price Ladies' Ooze Calf Dress Slippers in Copenhagen blue, brown and grey. Price and Qur display will interest you lien's Green Moroccan Pullman Slippers for the bouse. All sizes. Price and Men's Dongola Pullman Slippers. Price and See Our Window Display to choose from, at to suit the purse. prices Wberia Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists i. I. BIPtEY, Kgr. IETHBRIQGE The regular quarterly meeting of the Lethbridge Board of Trade will he held in the Board of Trade rooms j this evening at 8 o'clock sharp. Don't miss Aime Allaire, the jug- I wonder, at the Lyceum tonight. ALL KINDS OF ,AT, It is reported that n former mem- ber of a leading Calgary dry goods will open a store here early in the new year. Entire change of programme at the Lyceum tonight. W. C. Hunter, of Sussex, N. B., for mer manager of the Central Bailway, a road operated by the Province, was in the city yesterday on the way to i the Coast. It is his first trip west fj and he is enthusiastic over the coun- J j try. 3fr. Hunter was dismissed from j! his position vrth the railway because jj he was a Liberal by the Hazen gov- j eminent. The Eazcn government he I j says, is out and out Conservative thouph it was returned to power ijs a coalition government. Office and vest pocket diaries for 1909, at Sage's.. .Quality as in former years. assisted by a number of young girls, tiad charge of the tea. The afternoon sale was well patronized In-a se- cluded corner "The Witch of in the person of Miss Pattesoh, read fortunes from- teacups. The sale was reopened in the eveni mg as "Vanity Fair." Side shows abounded, and Mrs. Neale" kindly lent her most interesting preserv- ed was discovered by her father, Mr. Champness, in- New Zealand, some years ago. The Brit- ish Museum has made an effort to secure this unique The forma- tion of the bones is quite different from anything heretofore discovered, and scientists have so far been un- able to locate it. This, with a fish pond; orange tree, and fortune-telling booths, gave the hall somsvfhat the appearance of the Midway. During the evening a short pro- gram was provided. Songs were sung by Eev. J. S. Chivers and Mr. Cooper, and a very amusing recita- tion was given by Mr. Asquith. The program concluded with a short seance by the famous local mesmer- ist, G. W. H. Reed. The love scene between "Miss" Rory McLeod and itr. J. Morrow convulsed the audi- ence. The feature of the evening's entertainment was the presentation of a beautiful fur-Hiied coat to the rector by J. F. Simpson on behalf of the ladies. The coat is as fine as can be procured anywhere. The mater- ial throughout is the best. It is lined with the best dark musfcrat, and has a beautiful otter collar. Mr. Chivers was completely CITY AND DISTRICT W. aid W. tei of Toronto- T7ere inspecting the city .today. _; 'ReguTar prices at ihe Lyceum to- and 25c. J. Thonapso'hi hailing from Grand Bay, was a visitor to the clcy yester- day. A sure cure for blues at the Eureka. Workmen have today struction of the North West Jobbing Co.'a spur track which has for some time been idle. It is probable that this work will be finished -tonight. DO YOU WANT TO BE RiCH? Remember This and Believe It -We iicres your by surprise, and was evidently at a loss to express his appreciation. However, he assured the ladies that did not require a fur coat to keep a warm place in his heart for his par- ishoners, and warmly thanked them The proceeds of the sale amounted to something over About eleven o'clock a company of tired but jubi- lant and satisfied ladies might be seen wending their way- homeward. Mrs. Gco. Rogers, as president, is to be warmly congratulated for the successful issue of the entertainment. CHEER HIM UP Would you mt tickle- father's heart by putting. into his hands on Xrnas morning a brand new pipe of the best make. Brdther would like a gift of that sort too. pipe is the. most Acceptable pre- sent for a smoker. All be Dou't. waircTuiii. tomorrow and find it Too many_ people -now resumed con-! c-arV they-might have I nyest now in Nechaco Valley Land, British "Columbfa, Canada; r per acre, ?3.5C per' acre cash, _ balance 9 yearly When the Grand :E.E. is completed next fall, -land will be selling for 'and up per acre; The .eyes of the world is last Great Northwest. TJn- surpass'ed for dairy, fruit and miscd farming. Wheat 40 bushels per acre; cats HGj timothy, pea, vine and hay to horses back. Fine drinking water. Deejj rich soil; No sand or sto'hes. Timber, minerals and coal near by Climate seldoni below zero. Rainfall in right season.- No wind. Springs lakes, rivers andr fish. Wild game and fruit int abundance. The coming most popular summer resort in North America. Buy now at low price, and to loan on unimproved inside city Real Estate ALBERT E.IVESi OLIVER RENT four Cottages to a month G. C-cBOIIALD Whitney Bile. 1 FUMES IpF CONT] THE WEATHER. Lethbridge, cloudy 36 6 Medicine Hat, snow 26 6 today and on Satur- rUxy and moderately cold. i-Cilnnirnlneiii Ascend from the tobacco we sell. We have the best makes in js.rs, tins and packages as well as plugs. sell to the other fellow for high price. An. investment of cash for 40 acres will make you within two years for 160 acres will make you 'We are cultivat- ing acres for'ourselves. You don't have to live on this land to -ovrn it. If you mean business, send 25 cents for- beautiful pictures, map, and partictiars. 1. B. Snell, Rooma I and 1, Bryan Block, over Eureka Theatre, entrance DuSerin St., Leth- bridge, Alberta, Canada. Call early and get your choice of Christmas trees, holly, mistletoe and other at Geo. Taylor's, florist, corner Bartlett and London Road. 2-1! CITY AND DISTRICT Don't miss Zamloch and Co-, at the Lyceum tonight. J. P. Younghusband, a'.resident of B, C., arrived in the city last evening to visit relatives. Regular-prices at the Lyceum to- and 25c. T. Hunt, W. Dexter, and Ken- nedy, were a trio to arrive from .Taw, they' intend to go. west'.today. .-J Don't fail "to 's'i'c Mr. Thatsn in Ms funny ladder- act at the Eureka. Andrew iLaidlaw of the Koyal Col- lieries, Spokaue, was an interested spectator of the_ new bridge this mor- ning. See Mr. Thaten- perform on the chandelier at the Eureka. Nothing of importance was trans- acted at the meeting of the Trades and Labor Council last night. It was decided to adjourn until after the hoi iday season. Sheriff Bascoc from ifontana was in the city this week with a prisoner; who he was bringing across the line to face a charge of breaking the game laws in that state. SKACK SALE Near elevator, ?500, dovrrj, balance easy. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Archie formerly a ranch, owner of Medicine Hat, etl.in the city yesterday.., Mr. McG-il- livray has purchased frpni i Pastor Reid the.lots situated In North Ward and has today commenced to build hoine. If you enjoy a good laugh come lo the Eureka tonight. Lumber Company Ld. Piiones 23 and Main Yard North of Track Also Cor. and Baroness Peoples' parses 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 quality of goods with others be- for making your purchases. J4 J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist QUALITY QUARTERS TOBACCO! I POUCHES I Nifty styles at all prices. Just the thing for a Xmas gift for the smoker. ntlU our stock of smoker's sop- plies. RJ. Wallace TKESMdERS'flEADQUAKTDKS Free Demonstration Gold Standard Tea, Coffee, Jelly Extracts, Salad Dressing and Puddings aii this Week A COFFEE DEM- ONSTRATION WILL BE THE FEATURE RECIPE BOOKS GIVEN AWAY G. Bradbeer Co. Stafford Block ;