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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tins LKTinnuDGi; DAIJ.Y Tlmi-Mlay, Dcceinlx-i- 10, ,-.-._ J _____________, J_JJTL_ __________ ____ _____ IH H't I'fls NORTH LETHBRIDGE _7s Hang up the Baby's Stocking Be Sure You Don't Forget Wlion the stocking is huns up, Santa Clans will warn something to fill it up with. you will MnJ lots of ihliiss, ever dear to ilio the liille ones. CHSNAlTEA SETS.. HUMMING TOPS MECHANICAL DANCING TOYS FIRE TEAM TOY GUNS DULCIMERS RATTLES DRUMS Aliil-a host of other Oliristmas Toys too to mention. Come look them OVBI-. Miss C. A. COOKSLEY The old Wilson Furniture Store 13 STREET NORTH. LETHBRIDGE X XVX.X'X X X X'X X X X X X -x x X ATTRACTIVE PRICKS X X On this and the opposite X f X be fotrnd the Christ- X IAM aafwtaseiaMrts of the X j _________ X Jfottt-. Letkbridge merchants. tfmdorrtjtedly a large number X j Winnipeg, Dec. T. llini, X people will be .seeking X years of ace, was instantly killed X CWtttnas bargains aml a Per- t scvpn.miv last X of. arts, will -1- l X wherft flier can sat X ,.gi6re arc DT- tfftOtfve prices, and a 'great X j.of -IMP Kiice Ave., varfetj; of lines advertised. X ,ffaii Iiud been waiting ai (he is.i-x i x x ana a per- A j ;lt. Lofij t sevpn.firiv ]ast will show A. itisfr their X 'nlB'lt Iteer car aiaav ;it- X Mn of K. motonuan, v v railway room opposite Deer I Lodge and wt-ai on phi- -J.. Ross, of James Street -j lu si'1-' l'R' fur St. ohureb, Hamilton, was coin-1 Charles was com A few sir- chnrge of lfoeljoBds Liter liis dead body, horribly "'j mangled, was found, and brought in- court. j To jhe station. Mr. t'ouMry, ih? bulelK'r, has just it'iiuii''d from t'arilsiou district with a i-'arloud iif.cattli1. Tonight ilierc will be great doings in Hall, when the Si. .Mary's Men's Kocii'ty hold their iiuiiMi whist drive ami sm'ial. Tin1 comiuiitoe which has Uu> in hand, e.vpci'ts to -sec a hirst- crowd rd together, ami as play commences j at 7..'to p.m. they hope everyone will be on time. Kveryhody c-onit- atul have .1 good time- Mr. Jack Hluir has left for two months' trip to his home in Toi- i onlo. Mr. Hc-iitifH, uf Hie linn of Mor- A- Briiiicit, is payiiii; a short i i: l to Ttlr. llciinett is .u'i-jit of JMedieine. Hat and says business in town. a Herald ri'iHvseiitative, lie I [liioulHi'dly '.he natural is i a drawing card, but does not j see why wiili her great coal supply cannot offer nmnuCactur- j rrs iiiducviiioiifs 10 locate here. "Uet after the right kind of manufactur- ers, ofier them some tangible iiuluce- and you'll lind they'll says Jlr. HeLrieit. by !iie way the petition for the hotel, for this side has been signed; ii looks as though (subject to a lieeitse granted) that ;i line will suon be added over litre. With ntai aptnoach of Chrisi- mas the stores over here possess a very pleasing and aiitanivf rippeur- anc-e. A stranse explosion blew u I hole in -Moiuebello Park, 3i. -Rev. Ben Mlichull will IK: called itulpii of the Di.sciplt-3, at Guoln'i. Before Placing Yow Xrrias Order It Will Pay sYoii to Con- Pricer Raisins in 16 oz. hvo for.............. Sultanas, per-R....... KVk; '''Our Best I'lour" 98ihs Currants B.C. Sugar, sick oz. 'for ________ 25c. ofatoes, pei; j OOlljs ____ SOc Onions. KlJbs for Calibngc. Swiff's Boiled Hani. JKH- Ih. Peels Best Quality Lemon. Omnge and Citron, mixed, at per pound .T. 20c. Out Mixed Peel.in 115 oz. box- es, Dates Choice in 16 two PrlcCS "for XT Choice CnmheiTirs. 'Me torfl Choice Ohoice mixed Hi 20c Candy Onuio-i-s. per box 70c. E.oyal. "Mixed, per Rnipire rapes, per lh 20c. Jry's and Mr-Connick's ('hoc- Ueiux Dill I'ickies, pei' doz. olat.es in I'liney boxes 25c to 75c per box. Giiiii-.-niH-cil SlriclSy i-Vcsh CliristJiiiis .per to Toe. 'l'P-sli IJaiK-h IJntter per II) :S5c We have all Novelties and Decorations WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Phone 794 "S248 13th St. North I EL' -LI i1.. Sal Only Just A More Shopping Days Before "A gift that gives comfort to the re- ceiver, is often more appreciated than something Santa Clans. MORDEN BENNETT The Store of Quality Make the Little Ones happy-buy them warm clothing Felt Slippers, Overshoes, etc. We carry the largest stock of General Merchandise in North Leth.bridge In These Columns will be found many things that would make Very Soitable Christmas Gifts Would be useful, durable and be appreciated For the Ladies For "the Men HEAVY CLOTH COATS. From to SWEATER large as- sortment Sl.i'5 LADiES1 SKiRTS, made from best quality Serges, Voiles, Pan- amas and Tweeds at from to FANCY NET BLOUSES to FANCY SILK BLOUSES to FANCY VOILE BLOUSES from to SHIRT WAISTS AND WHITE BLOUSES at special prices. SILK MUFFLERS 75c. to SILK GLOVES 1'or pair.............. COLLARS, TIES AND JABOTS AT ALL PRICES SILK MOTOR VEILS 50c to FELT SHOES AND FELT SLIPPERS, :i very large as- sortment. SWEATERS AND SWEATER COATS From 90c to TIES, Special. Each SUSPENDERS, Per pair...... 20c. GOc. For Misses and Children TVe have a veiy range of Coats. Bear-skin Coats. Sweat- ers. Mitts, Gloves. Felt Shoes, Slippers, Overshoes, Rub- jcrw, etc., and would be pleased o liavtj you call and compare irices. FANCY BOX Containing 1 pair Boston Garters and one pair Armlets, one uair of Sus- 3OL FANCY BOX containing 1 silk Tie, 1 pair silk hose and one Boston Garters. Q- Special............. 'TVL.Sa FANCY TIES, extra good value, each ...........aut' FELT large stock of Felt Lined, all Felt and Felt with Leather sofes, at special prices. stock of 1, 2, and ;i buckle Overshoes SILK MUFFLERS (o MOCHA GLOVES AND MITTS from, per pair to (r For the Boys and Youths We have a large assortment of Suits, sizes 3 to 7 years. Sweat- ers, Mitts. Braces, Felt Shoos Overshoes, Rubbers, etc. It u-ill pay you to compare these prices. SOME SPECIALS IN THE Grocery Dept, and the fancy 01 Per box............. APPLES JouaUmn, (fancy) Baldnins and Seeks. No. One Per barrel......... 'P'J.'J" JAP ORANGES, Per box............... ORANGES (Extra large) Per doxen__........ wvl LEMONS Per dozen BANANAS. Per dozen -NEW DATES, '2 pounds for.................. EXCELSIOR DATES- TWO packages For.................. LAYER FIGS -I-., Per pound TABLE RAISINS 25c. -JOc 40c. Raspberry VINEGAR Per bottle LIME JUICE Per .bottle CHIV6RS' GOOSEBERRIES in Jars. Bacli.................. MIXED PEEL, fjer pound FANCY SEEDED 02. [jackaye. Two for.................. 07. pkg. 2 for oz. plcge. 2'lor................. :50c 25c 45c Per pound CREAMAPLE (for Icings or for making candy) Per tin WEST INDIA TOFFEE Per tin GROUND ALMONDS Per tin............ CRYSTALLIZED FRUITS Per box............. MIXED NUTS j Per jiound.......... t CHOICE MIXED CANDY I Per pound PICKLED WALNUTS Per bottle PICKLED ONIONS Per bottle PICKLED RED CABBAGE Per hott.le PAN YAN PICKLES Per bottle Sweet Mixed PICKLES Per bottle............ Frecmont Grape Juice Per bottle WETHEY'S MINCE fi pound Pails................ WAGSTAFFE'S MINCE MEAT, 5lb. pails..... ICINGS (all flavors) 2 pltges. lor.......... ICING SUGAR, per pound CARAWAY CANDIES Per pound CHRISTIES PLUM Two and one-half pound tins................. CHRISTIES FRUIT CAKE. 2tb. tins CHRISTIES SWEET BISCUITS Two for............... 70c. 25c 40c Glassware will not permit UK lo give a full list of these; lines. We j arc offering spoe.iiil prices on all lines of Fancj- Chinnv-'nro and Fancy OJasswarn. A Table Scl, Fruif Stt, I Set, Cake Plate. Celery Tray. Vase, J-'iteller, Fancy dip and Saucer Berry Bowl or a Jar- diniere, would malte a very siiitnhlu Chrisimaa gift. We have a large supply of Popping Corn the Children enjoy popping it We Deliver to all parts of the city orden Phone 1356 526 13th St. N. Special Attention to Phone Orders Phone 1356 Army Architect Here j one of (He open-air mncilncs tonight, probably leaving for lhL< west on tbe Major Jllllor, of Toronto, chief nr-1 midnight, train. It is exported that. ehiteet for the Salvation Army in Caimd.i. will arrive in the city this afternoon to look over tlio bulldinp the nnw liuilillng will be ready by Fell, niary and in ilie inc.intice the Army is alons as beat It ran. fil- erected here, and will cionihiel I tbouyli Uiu outdoor meetings these nlglitu are I'atjiej- difficult, to for tbe people not cariny to ftand in tile eold. lakes. Several of tho crew of Ihe collier f'ity of Najiles (ioserted at Sarnia rutd Ihe captain paid the (ine.s of sovTva! men in who to tihiit rest of the voyage up the' Jos. ilr Sfjno to Kllioit, a dead. Wriglil, of Calfip-y. .gcil 7'J, nf llarristou, has ;