Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta
fBNNQUNCEWBNT On � gale lust closed has been n great success, and wo want to thank the public In general lor their liberal patronage. We know we have given the people of this city and vicinity the best values ever offered, and we will continue in the future, as in the past, giving the public the very best merchandise at the lowest possible price*. Our New Holiday Goods ^ have arrived, and we are now In position to show you the finest assortment of Christmas Goods ever . shown In Lethbridge. _-- The Great Game-"K1 NG'S COURT Sold in all large cities at 11.75, now on sale at 65c. Be sure and get one for the children. We will continue until the first ol the year ottering you the same low prices on Clothing and Shoes, as we have been selling during the great Slaughter Sale. Come here where your dollars buy most. YOURS FOR BUSINESS LETHBRIDGE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION Christmas Goods We invite all to see our Stock and Prices ot PorfumcB, Xmas. Cards, Books, Combs. Brushes, Mirrors, Leather Goods, including Kodak Albums, Wallets, Purses, Etc.. Belore Purchasing Elsewhere. J. J. JOHNSTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER 'Phone 18. Night Bell. Burnt Leather Novelties AKTISTIC AND DUKABU: - Just received; including Souvenir Simp Shots of town nnd district. Cushion Covers, Portieres, Book and Magazine Covers, Pen Wipers, Match Holders, Whisk Holders, Blotters, Calendars, Postcards, Albums, Book Markers, Satcli-1s, Glove and Handkerchief Cases A supply of GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS always on hand A LOCAMJUDGET. 'Rah for Christinas. J. A. Maedotiuld was in Raymond Friday. For monuments and headstones .see B. C. Moore. 1-12 8. J Hill of Tuber, visited the metropolis Monday. A. C. N-ish and wife, were in lowit a few days this week. Smoke the "Lethbridge Belle,'' and patronize home industry, ltf W. .T. lialliford was in Raymond on "Hello" business Monday. Thos. Brown shipped 11 carload of cattle to Winnipeg Monday. A. E. Moore, one of Raymond's city fathers, was here Monday. Born-To Mr. ami Mrs. H. E, IMayle, on Dec. 11, a daughter. P. McPhee, manager of the Taber mine, was in town Monday Mr. Good, a saloon man from Butte, Mont., was in towu Monday Rooms to "rent, steam heat and electric light. Apply to William Ott. Born-To Mr. and Mrs. D. J Kennedy, on Dee. 14th, twins, daughters. Mrs. E. J. Hill gave a card party to a number of her Irit nds Satur. day afternoon. J. II. Bangloy and R. Bell, o Portal, N. D.i arrived here Monday to look around. E. .1. Canii left last week for C ran brook and Fort Steele, B. C to sjvnd Christmas. If you wish to buy town lots that will give quick returns, call nt once.-A. McQueen. 8tf Tin' Italian who had his two legs, broken at the mine last week, sue climbed to his injuries. For Rent. - Two rooms; warm and comfortable; nicely locate) Apply at Herald office. 2t Frank Stewart and" Maggie ^E (jitytoti were married at Tabor 011 Wednesday of last week. Telephone 49 Night Boll Watch Kean's ad. otf Mrs. F. Colpmau left Tuesday on a visit to her old home at Gait, Ont. We wish our many friends and cus tomers a very Merry Christmas. Hick& Wakely Mm. E. j. Hill.willreoeive to. monjaw; afternooiy �ude 2f, at Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Hi�nieliyk an now Dccupsiiig their new house on the ram li. Adjoining th Henv-lryk sei-tiuti are eleven otl,e sections, all taken tip for th.- pur pose of setileiia-nt by people Iron the old country. Some of thesi settlers tire expected in the spring On Thursday afternoon Lien tenant-Governor Bulyea decora tot ox-staff sergeant Fraser, of tin R. N. \V. M. 1', with an iinperia service initial, one of the thrt presented this year to members and ex-uienibers for distinguishet service. Eraser joined the force in 1874. 0. James who recently sold his ranch near here to John Howan left for Nanton, Alta., on Thursday morning, where he has purchaser; another ranch, with a carload horses, cows ami fowl. Mrs, Janu joined him Thursday night and Miss James left for tho now hoin Monday uight. Mr. W. A. Buchanan, who is to tako charge of tho Herald, before i leaving St. Thomas, where he wss I tables will shortly be installed in managing director of the Daily and the billiard room on the Beo.ni Weekly Journal, was tendered ban- floor, and "the elegant mantel! quets by the citizens, tho 25th . and fin-place in the reception | Ijfgimont, of which ho tvas quarter-' room will be completed shortly.! master, and tho Golf Club, of The Steward, Mr. Murray, keeps i which he was secretary treasurer, this luxurious, ideal resort, in a Mrs. Buchanan will join Mr. spick and span condition, and it is Buchanan early in the new year, a credit to this city or to any city. There has been considerable talk around town lately fothe effect that the building of a new opera house would be started shortly The rumor is justisfied to a certain extent, for the promoters got, figures on a line opera house and office building. However, as somo of them have a largo, amount of capital tied up iu other enterprises nothing further will be done at present. The Herald has inside information, however, that the scheme has by 110 means fallen through. It is simply held in abeyance for the nonce, and will most probably materialize here before many-moons have passed. The Chinook club has received another hot of that beautiful Flemish oak furniture consisting of writing table, deal table and several chairs. This, added to the already costly and handsome equipment, gives the club an appearance of beauty and completeness that cannot lie discounted in any city of twice thesi/.e in the west. One of the most modern Knglish billiard (ft THE HOTEL WINDSOR $1.00 PER DAY RATES A oouvenlent and zy reBort. Oomfort. -4 guocts la n^.tentlv-i one of tlie fow really good dollar per dwy When in Luthbrldye cat! at the Wlndeor H. E. M:EBACH,* PROP.