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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHIHIDOE 1AILY HERALD iATUKOAY, DECIMl'.K Cold Weather i It Coming on new -hotiM of will keep out the oold und jou? Nel aecotmV NOW if the time to act. King up 153 and we will gi-re you an estimate on same. HandU Lumbw Office and Factory Cor. and BOMPM STREETS Telephone loo Yard, Smith St. Phone 195 for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Brown Buikfiaj Crabk Street Phone 103 i for and Sound Oats Any quantity deliver- ed promptly to any part of the city PRICES THE LOWEST T. A. Easton 1 ELECTRIC LIGHTS AT CLARESHOLM Troubled Every Winter With Severe Colds. Claresholm, Dec. on go- ing the streets last night were er and larger than usual but fortunate- ly before they became perturbed over the world coming to an end they real- i ized that at last the electric light hud begun to glimmer in the towu. It Mn. W. J. Hwniltoa, Ont.. wifcw: "I to that I have used jt 4 Office in Easton's Harness Shop Box. 201 'instead oi spending much time filling laud trimming lamps. We have been for more than two years in the gloom o'nights but at last this is to end f all thanks to the new town council, j The water ditch is right in the town now so that the waterworks, also are on and some nice open weather jr room Pint In a 'Dr Wood's Not- is certainly a wonderful ,ke the above mentioned praise it too highly. I opportunity iy friends and relatives." There it nothing to equal" Dr. Wood's'' on uuu suuio mvc i e will help greatly. Contractor Breck-1 tor the of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, enridge's horses are stabled at the j Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, irace track because in the rectn wind paift or TjffhtQe98 Cheat, and, all j storm his canvas tents were blown to j bits. George Corcoran who is leaving for {Montana sold" out his stock yester- 1 day. C. S .Hotchkiss went south to at- Throat and Lung Troubles. It Consump- Put up in wrapper; trees the trade mark; price 25 .c p tend the meeting of the License Com- centg_ Manufactured only by T. TTI I -.n _ _ >-v. T __ :i-J ji j ruissioners today. j 4t the annual meeting of the Ag-j ricultural Society the accounts were j i shown to be in a somewhat confused i jstate but eventually it was decided! 'by the new board of directors to bor Limited, Toronto; Ont. WHEAT PRICES Ring Up 108 when you want DRAYING a lie 7 done promptly satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE Tdnr for W j JUS. FRAME 1 Guaranteed PHONE 289 J PONY EXPRESS j: Furniture removed and coal delivered C. 0. 0. S Trunks re- 1 to any part of the citr. J. Figgint, Phone 384 4 4. For a first-class in CLEANING- AND DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 (which was the first) held this year j May, will be surpassed next year and that the Claresholm Agricultural Society has a big future before it. The of- ficials appointed were: President C. S. first vice president, J. McKinney; 2nd vice president, A. E. Hunter. Directors: J- R- Watt, 0. J. Berg, T. C. Milnea, A. M. Berg, J. Rob- ertson, D. Vanhorn, J. 0. White, E. W. Frost. F. Elliott. J. Goddin, A. B. Mc- Donald, W. R. Lindsay, G. Benson, R. Brown, N. Holms. J -R- Watt was ap- pointed secretary treasurer in place of J. T. North, who has gone to Park-; V I 1 j I land. j Richard Austin, of Meadow has returned to his home in. Ontario j but will return in February. H. "U gland, father of I. .H. is at present staying with his son. i srrub hockey matches have been played on the rink lately and in one of these the Dwellers on Knob Hill beat the Bankers. The Methodist and Presbyterian churches are both holding their sales of work this week and the dainty ar- ticles exposed for sale have been snapped up. The mother of Messrs H .L. wanna- meker and I. L. Wannameker has died of typhoid fever and much sympathy is felt for the family. L. Wannamek- er is at present in the Lethhridge hos- pital with the same affection. A sprained ankle -will usually dis- able the injured person for three or four weeks. This is due to lack erf proper treatment. When Chamber- lain's Liniment is applied, a. cure may be effected in three or four days. This liniment is one of the best and most remarkable preparations In use. Sold by all druggists. 12 3-8 and 112 Do not worry about your Christmas Let us do. it and sure everything Trill be first class. Phone 381 for Bread, Pastry and Christmas Sunday School Lesson December 19th, 1909. Review. Golden Text for the have fought a R'ood fight, I have nmahed have kepi" the faith. my I 11. Tim. iv.7. The following questions can be used as a new and complete lesson as well as for a review of the eleven preceding lessons. The date and title of each lessen where found, the G 01 me Verse 2.-Is there any_evidence and cWldrenf past> or if so what is it, which indicates that j tQ belieye that it is as God, in past ages, has revealed himself Q as ever? to other peoples than those ot Jewish j PLesson for Sunday, January 2, 1910. origin? ct-rrtiat tneforerunner of Jesus. Matt. Give vour own idea of this star tnat j...... 19 the wise men which' indicated to -____---------- them that a Jewish king had been born; was it' objective or only sub- jective? Were the wise men right in their opinion, that Jesus was "the King of the as they were in the fact of his birth? is ths- evidence for tod themselves af- wlth a per8igtent coush after an attack or influenza. As this cough cnn be promptly cured by the use or Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, it 4 should cot be al-lowed to run on until it becomes troublesome. Sold by all j. or against the idea that it was a WANTED people to ft at we sell the test quality oi GROCERIES Caali or Credit The Western Grocer} Store 1 Ford'street, opposite Fire Hall Prompt delivery in all parts of the city. 1 I I m: A SENSIBLE INVESTMENT ARE LOTS IN I I i AT CASH Wlta per montk PAPKVIEW adjoins tkc present Fair Grounds on the East and is destined to be tke real Residential District of tie City A GOOD BUY? Oi course, its si good buy, for lots only two blocks away are selling for. each. WHAT WILL THESE LOTS BE WQRTH NEXT SPRING? Call and your in your ment with I lots then uaiold. APPLICATION FORM W. R. Dobbin, Lathbrirffe, Attorta. I.. on........lota, ia Pmrfcriev, vklck to select for from tke best It that payment is circa anbject my aa- time within thirty days. if iMpoctiea I Sid, it Is hereby thstt will refmii ymU in fufi P. 0. w City Office Open Evenings ;