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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. Deccmbei: THS DAILY HERALD ur Assortment Of Toys Is L arder n Ever This year We have a very extensive display of Toys for children You will find something to please you at any priee. Some of the things we have Kid Body Dolls Go Carts Mechanical Toys Furniture Pianos Rocking Horses Tea Sets Ifoii Toys for Boys Our display of Gifts for Ladies in Linens, etc., will help you decide what to select. Shop early, while the assortment is complete L and J. McLEAY NEW STORE REDPATH STREET of Lethbridge Buildings LOCAL BUDGET A fine sixteen-pound turkey was siolcn from the cellar ot the Interna- tional Cafe last; night. Sergt: [Lamb was doing a. gumshoe .stunt in I the alley at the -time and promptly lgave chase as soon as he spied the fleeing thief. The latter .was a bit. fleeter of foot- th'an Billy and succeed- ed in making good his escape, but in. his flight latter UNSEAT JAUTO ACCIDENT AIL OF THE TWO BADLY HURT ALDERMEN W. P.. L Hardie, manager oi the Diamond Miss Weir, manager oi the "h'O'tel at Diamond City, iRev. Alex. M-. Gordon and is reported that-a movement is .Dufi -eQgineer of thls dropped the turkey 1 he j on unseat all- the members> of ja an accident-this recovered, and returned present city council who have had -Coming in from Diamond the cafe- iinancial dealings with the city j Cit b f Chief Gillespie "on Saturday pro- during their term of office. The seat cured search ings on Fif- lie'-ina; that tooms ou me ma-L- a pcwtiuu u-uuiauuiug me miareiL- i clear and escaped were being used for gambling of several aldermen is non-being Weir) however, vas knock l unconscious, '.rod.'Mr. Hardie, it 1 cr- The places in question were en- i circulated, j tered "and searched simultaneously" i shortly after midnight on- Saturda'y. I 1 No games or signs o'f were found .in any of the buildings. C- "E. Brbwer, Vu-e left on j Satvti'day on a visit to Kansas Chicago. .New York, and other Am-j he i to RoyalBanKof Canada erican -cities. On, his way.' back will visit Montreal and Toronto purchase stock {or -W. J. Gage, treasurer oi the tibnal Sanitarium. wish-' i es tlirougli an anonymous' gift from "Lethbridge of: PRINCE GEORGE RAN AGROUND Vancouver, The- Prince ,at of 'George is stranded .on .the rocks Prospect PointVat "the 'entrance Vancouver liaving; run aground iu "a, dense fog. High tide-bailed to is thou'ght, had, a''couple of ribs brok- en. Mr. Hardie. and Miss Weir are both in the' Gait Hospital under the. care of Dr. -Mewbunj 'and Dr. D'Arc. A fire chief declared that there are 100 or :niore.buildings in Newark, N. J., that are as dangerously near fire, traps, the factory burned recently. The-telefirapb operator" a-t the High- land jSTew York, On the "West Shore Railroad, was held up by a "fo_r Christmas gifts for.consurup-: float the vessel- The passengers are lone "bandit, who took cash and tick-" 'tires." >all sate. v cts. THE MOLSONS Capital Kid Up J..-" Reserve Eitnd Montreal in Canada-. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received terest allowed from date of deposit. S. and-Foreign Exchange bought and at lowest A General Banking Business; LETHBRIDGE BRANCH DIAMOND CITY BRANCH K. D. JOHNSON, D? C. WORRlSciN, TUf 14tTD AI TYQ DP A T "PPT717 1 rlE- tlUKALIJ O viKlLA1 r KIZ.il V UI ilNIa FIRST GRAND PRIZE New Model 27, 30 Horsepower, Five Passenger. Purchased from Hyde Saunders NO. 27 MeLaugKlm-Buick Five-Passenger Touring Gar. One of the new ones for 191 L 106 inch wheel base. Selective transmission, three pedals forward and one reverse. Four fi7 cylinders, 4 inch bore, 25 to 30 v horsepower. Tonneau door 19 inches wide. Upnolstermg hand- ed. .leather. Cost the Herald WHO WILL WIN IT The candidate having the votes on Subscriptions and nevvrs- paper ballots on January 23rd, 1911, will get this grand big car. There is no guesswork about it, energy will be rewarded. It's worth not only all your spare time but ALL kinds of your time to win it. SECOND GRAND PRIZE Tour in the Cfifcoation if King Gsopge This prize will be awarded the candidate having the highest vote in the section other than the one in -wKJds the Automobile is won THIRD GRAND PRIZE 50 Foot Lot in Fairmont, s l Purchased from R C Lowes Co. IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO THE CONTEST IF YOU'LL ;