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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta FINEST JOE PRINTING AT THE H EIRAL.D life Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACi TO STAY When in LctfcbfltJge is (lie OiiUu H0TE I Few Useful Articles J for the Home 1> 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 HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET ONLYMEDiCINES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been our rule for nearly quarter of a century. Please keep the Do- minion statute and have consideration for our em- ployees by making your ordinary purchases on week days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 10.30 to 11 a.m. 12.30 to 1p.m. 4 to 5 p.m. 8.30 to 9 p.m. For other urgent calls use Phone 49 or Night Bell AID 01SPEHSIH6 CHEMISTS I The Store of Quality BUY YOUR XMAS Groceries, Candies, Fruits etc. From Phone 21 G. Bradbeer Co. Stafford Block 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 the Empress and Hagar Shoes for women and can tit all pockets as as __ GOW The choicest corner in tlu city, 3 lots for easy terms. .....__ t !_ I ALBERT E. OLIVER BLOCK I i- i r FOR RENT [DurCottcjesllStoSISafnootii G. C. MCDONALD Room 6 Whitney Bli I We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 II CITY AND DISTRICT Aim to CollectTaxes in Arrears (Continued-from Front Page.) 4- ONLY FIVE MORE DAYS Mi SUGGESTION Books. Note Paper, Pic- tures, Calendars. Fancy Goods, Fountain Pejas, Dolls. Toys, Picture Books. Leather Goods and Gramophones. You will get what you want out of our large stock COME EARLY ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Sour West of Onion Bank Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. i i i I II F. W. Downer has purchased the cor JTorth. Ward, a daughter. nor of Westminster Road and Kedpath was obtainable, and they were coin- i pellc-d to drink crudely distilled sea water. When a fire was needed they i we TV- compelled to licht it br concm- i iratiBir the of the ".sun through! _ property affected and besides the ear- Aeeordjng tQ the j jliest date at which any sale could j strny OI- Japanese the .schooner j i take place under the act would bejKaio Maru. of Shinangawa, Tokio.! Capt. Sugeoa, put into Hermes about j July, and landed four men. From j i what, could be jt-urncd the task of I Born, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Supina, j of taxes without giving due notice of nien to collect intention and besides notice mention- THE WEATHER. THE WEATHER. Mrs.' Wm. Ingram will not receive fair 43 34 on Monday nor again till January, j Calgary, fair...... 39 16 j j i today, and on Bun- returns of arrears to be Interested in j C. B. Bowman and L. M, Johnstons j day stationarjr or lower temperature. j will build a. two-storey block on their lots next to the Turpin Furniture j Co. The building will be used for' stores and offices. Don't miss Zamloch and Co. at the Lyceum tontght. The Ccjiidalc Hotel be ed early in the New Year. An entire i change in the appearance of'' the block April, 1910. The government at any j will be made. i time would not seli land for arrears j Jlrs. Ernest A. Sharman will re- St. from .7. D. Higinbotham and will j ceive QJ1 Monday, Dec. 21st, from 4 erect a handsome residence on the j -_ property'for himself. The deal was The Salvation Anny has decided that two uew hospitals should be built in the west, one in Calgary and put through by C. B. Bowman. j Messrs. R. R. and T. "Davidson re- j ceivud a message last night telling of j the death of their father. W. J. Dav- idson at Drayton. Ontario. Mr. Da- vidson had been ia poor health for some time. the other in Edmonton. Geo. Seaman, who has been in Xo- va Scotia for eight months, is home for Christmas. He is roadrnaster ou the railroad of which W. D, Barclav January Ladies' Home Journal, {formerly of the A. R. I., is general Munsey. Argosy, All Story, and many j manager. other Bookj Nelson and S. Jackson have Store purchased, through A. E. Ives, three Th- Relief Societv will meet at the ilots at the Southwest corner of Bart- home of Mrs, Chivers on Monday af- iJett and Sts. ternoon at 8 o'clock. All members an the plumage oi sea birds. The Kaio j ed above parties are further regularly! Maru departed a. ffw days later, leav-j notified before application is made to I 'UIS one month's provisions for the j of title to forfeit property. Every or title to forffiit propertv. Every It is their in- ntion to erect residences in the near men on the island, intending shortly i to return and take them off. She iK'vur did. Shortly after the urpar-'j possible chance Is given for redemp- j ture of the schooner a terrific storm tion and until April Sth, next year, j broke, and huge seas swept over the lands may be released on payment ofj island, carrying away with them most I of the supplies and effects of the marooned men. On what was left they subsisted as long as it lasted, date and previous to April. 1910 the j and then wen1 compelled to live on fish and sea birds. One of the men arrears and initial costs which, in no i case exceeds two dollars. After that! land may still be released on payment SHACK FOR SALE Near elevator, down, balance easy. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK of arrears, cost of court and redemp- tion. fees. succumbed as the result of exposure requested to be present as ways iluture- ami means of extending the work will j The clergymen and doc j most Prominent residents one of X Japs Alone On An island (Continued from Front Page.) I i A i i GIFTS THAT GIRLS LIKE Give a girl something pretty and dainty and you are sure to please her. We are showing an unequaled line of Purses, Hand Bags and Leather Goods to choose from, at prices to suit- the purse. 4 I 'be discussed. nu: uwi_ j tors of the city are asked to report urgent cases. In view of the fact that the city will sell worth of 5 per cent i debentures on Monday, it is ing to note that Coates Son Co., of London. Eng.. report City of Win- nipeg 5 per cent, debentures at 101 to 103 with no sales recorded: 0. D. Austin, local editor of the Daily Herald, who has been in poor health for the past few weeks, has compelled, on the'Dr.'s orders, to give tip the strenuous job for a couple of months. He left last night for the east Where he tnll rest up. Mr. Austin has given the Herald good service and the management and staff of this paper wish for a speedy re- turn of his health. Yesterday afternoon after the "jig! was un" the crew of the Herald sail- and (Japanese told pathetic tales one of the best known men m East trials on the island. He said that Kootc-nay. has decided to remove to for three months thev had been with- and lack of proper food. The other three men could not long have sur- vived. The men were taken off by the Flaurence Ward, and are being eaird for here, and in a few days will be taken to Honolulu by the of' the Cox Son's Dairy Fresh Eggs, Fresh Butter, Fresli Cream. Fresh Milk Delivered Daily Our and Purity" SPECIAL ORDERS for Xmaa For Christmas received up to Wednesday Evening Delivered Thursday A Specialty With Us THE CITY v SCOTT, Prop. A'ancouvcr, where he will enter into ed into the sanctum and cast the an- -I. B. Ivelsey, the latest mem- chor. j ber of the Herald bunch to join the i benedicts, wus beseiged and told what j a real nice iciiow he man huw a.u- j-xious the boys were for his welfare. AcComrnuiving the remarks partnership with George... H. Cowan, I nVsh 1. M. P.. on Jan. 1. Christmas services -will be Held in tomorrow. A joint boy's club and the mission band in the morning will be addressed by D. H. Elton. Public services will be held at 11 a.m. and .30 p.m. The morning topic will be "The Universal Cry" and the ev- ening subject "God's Answer There- to." All sittings free. Strangers al- ways welcome. The Literary Society at the Cen-j tral School held their regular meet- ing last evening1 and the entertain-, merit was voted one of the best ofi the year. A large number of visit- ors than have been present at any previous meeting. Stan out any food except fish and the sea birds. Xo fresh water dard VI had charge of the programme The features of the evening were a. of a co- mic play. sketch of school life in Germany by A. Sick, and humorous j readings by Tom Hamilton and Ralph 4 very grateful Prescription Specialists 1. B. I1IPLEY, Mgp. LETHBRIDGE SERVICES. in the Baptist Church will be of a character suit- At the forenoon J service the pastor will preach a Tln: local Salvationists, are prepar-j cial sermon t-> children on the word ing for great things this week-end, j "Christina.-." Kathleen "virtue will I and made everybody like him better by saying that the best 5ear he hadjabit. for Christmas. I ever spent was with the Herald. ALL KINDS OF F. Morris, commanding officer j of "The Pacific division, will be in charge of the rnectii-.gc. Saturday I night at S p.m. a great-free and easy i meeting. Sunday morning at 11 a, i m. a public holiness and en- i rollmcn.t of recruits. Sunday evening ChriHtnsas kit 7.30 a great Salvation meeting, young SIHM I Song books and seats are quite free, strangers w are all cordially invited to come at thr attend. Miss Gladys Morrison who has been connected with the nursing staff oi the- Gait Hospital for three years and a half, has ix-signc-d. Regular prices at the Lyceum to- and 25c. ring a .solo, and Margaret Smith, the! school organist, will play, j At tin- t.-vHiinfr service the choir! will .sing, and Miss Waste and Mr. j Foznrd will each sine a solo. Rov. William wil proach, subject, "A Message for Men." All ii who are visitors or ivceive a hearty wel- sorvicfs. Sankey hymn books u.-H-d and provided. All seats t'lvi- and unappropriated. Call early and get yotir choice of Christmas trees, holly, mistletoe and other flowers at Geo. Taylor's, florist, corner Bartlefc and London Road. 2-11 Royers-Cynoingtiem Lumber Company Ld. Phones 23 and 123 Main Yard North of Track Also Cor. Westminster and Baroness Road Office Peoples' purses 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. J. J. JOHNSTON PrescriptionjDruggjst QUAL.ITV QUARTERS 4s That Is what CLD be said of our smoker's companion better smoker's con- veuience. It is just the y thing for the smoking room. There is a place 4! here for cigars, a place there for tobacco, another place to lay the pipes and 4j still another for the ashes. Now wives you know the H trouble you have with 1ms- band's pipe lying around any old place, and ashes on the floor and cigars it is con- 4? venient to Jay them. To rid yourself of these nnis- 4; ances irive the smoker of the family one of these smoking room requisites. Cigarettes We have all the highest class 'cigarattes.....domestic and. foreign. Also cig- arette oases and holders. RJ.Wailace 9 I w m t 0 THESMOKERS'HEADQUARTERS Sensible and Servbeable FOR THE TAillLY II by the increasing Bath Koom have just received beautiful line and artistic a wide Fixtures are finest, most plate, and you could not interested in and would be a have you cal] and them whether an intending or Lamps Hanging Lai Hail Lamps! Dining-room Ips Reading Lari We have a iifui display in this department, sid for the holiday trade. i For Father Brother A Safety Rai The Ever Re The Gillette The Star Griffin Cutlet i A fine of this line. A wide range to it from. One of our Pocket Knjjust the thing to please that boyi We have just opera new and beautiful stock of CUlASS. These goods will fnterest -the are sure to. prices We can supply youh the best SKATES and HOC! STICKS. Marked at Holiday 3i prces. GRKY 4 ;