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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JOB HUNTING AT-THE: HERALD TKe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY MM li litlfcrtty ii tie WLU Hit fun fho Unmo 1UI nib tiuiuu Universal Food Choppers, No. 5 Savory Roasting Pans With this it is impossible to burn tlie fowl or roast of meat Steam Cereal Cookers, 2 sizes I i REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 J J PER CENT OFF On Hand Bags We are clearing out this Hue. Now is the grand op- portunity for you to get a good Hand Bag at a low figure. We have them at prices ranging from to .......................jn, ju. 25 Per Cent Off For Four days Only, at JJJiginbotlianiSCo.Ltd. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Clerk The Store of Quality Owing to our extens- ive Xmas Trade we are compelled to stay open every night un- til Xmas. Phone 21 G. Bradbeer Co. Stafford Block XMAS 4 You can always send BOOKS BOX of NOTE PAPER FOUNTAIN PENS CALENDARS and many other use- ful PRESENTS we can show you, ROBERTSON'S 1DDI STORE 1st floor lest of Union Bank Phune 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. Important 'hockey practice tonight, from 7 to S. Mrs. W. L. Wilson and daughter left on the Flyer for the east to spend the holiday season. I We understand the Hilliord and _ J. T _ j flumps in. inc ium.o I hit hi Calgary. j New motion reka tonight. j- Royal City ho-s been added to West- minster, White's arid Coaldale cir- i cuit with Rev. A. A. Lytle in charge. THE WEATHER. Lethbridge, .cloudy 44 2-0 light- local snow- 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 _ H. )2.Kj-uici CAtl fit fill VJOckfitS j. as the feet NELSON GOW 5 Ashmead St., 27 x 125 ft each, per lot, terms cash, balance 12 months. ALBERT E. IVES, OLIVER BLOCK FOR RENT four Cottages to a month Room 6 Whitney Blk. but mostly fair. Tuesday.- Colder on CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. HcKillop will not receive Tues- day or Wednesday. _ higblv appreciated, gift was the fol- Mr. Ft. -D. HiShard presents I Mignonne Philips and Co. in their On Saturday K. D. Johnson, man- ager of the Molson's Bank, received as a gift from the Calgary Curling Club two magnificent curling stones, mounted with nickel-plated and ivory handles, and bearing a suitable in- scription. Accompanying-the very that you may long be spared to con- j your life of usefulness, and to! encourage and take an active part in i "the grand old game." Signed on behalf of the Calgary Curling Club. T. C. TAKEANT, President, S. J. BLAIE, Secretary. pictures at the Eu-j wcmcjerfui skatch "The I at the Lyceum tonight. After an illness of about five weeks Adelaide, the three year old daughter _ of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Packerd, died The Good Co.'s car of oranges are j at the Arlington hotel this morning. Lave gone; Mrs. Packerd is the daughter of Win. Porter, proprietor oi the hotel. 31. Dodd, architect, of Calgary, stayed off on Saturday evening-. selling rapidly. Cranes up sixty cents a crate sin was purchased. Mrs, A. Foster and this car daughter, Margaret, accompanied by Mrs. Fos- ter's brother, Mr. Frank Bullock, left this morning on a visit to relatives at Seattle, Wash. I Christmas tree and cantata at Wes- ley church Sunday school entertain- ment tomorrow night.. .Admission 25c and I5c. i Mrs. W. II. Young will not receive tomorrow and not again till the fourth Tuesday of January. "What's the use of wasting electric- asked a citizen this morning. Perfumes j "The street lights were on after .nine o'clock this morning." j R. X. Shaw of the Bank of Com j morce staff, has gone to Ponoka to relieve the manager there for three weeks. Miss JIacArthur, of the Bank of i Commerce, is away on a holiday trip j acquaintances. spending the week end in the city. V. G-. Younghusband and wife left last week on a visit to relatives and friends at Ottawa. On Saturday evening Kev. "Win. united Chas. E. Oliver in mar- riage with Miss Mary H. Bradley. Dr. Stewart left the city on. Satur- day evening to spend the week end in Medicine Hat and returns on this ev- ening's train. C. R. Valois, writes the Herald to state that the report in the Cowley correspondence that he had sold his property to "W. Biggar, is incorrect. He has not sold his property. J. A. Fairley, who for many years has carried on the business of dry- goods merchant, at Tunisian, has sold out and is now in the city renewing .Calgary, Altai, Oct. 26, 1908. K. D. Johnston, Esq... Calgary, Alta.: Dear is with mingled feel- of regret and pleasure that we learn of your departure from amongst us. Regret that-your removal means to us the loss of one of the hest sports and most enthusiastic curlers in our club; and pleasure, that the company in whose employ you are. have seen fit to appreciate your services and promote you to a position of greater CITY AND-D18TRICT i Passengers arriving in the city re- j mark upon the warmth of the weath- j or here. A few miles east it is very much colder and at many points al- or.g the Soo line the thermometer has fallen to 30 degrees below zero. The last meeting of the old city council will be held in ,the Board of Trade rooms this evening at eight "o'clock sharp. The next meeting which will be called sometime in Jan- uary, will be in charge of the newly- trust.. We also feel that what is a elected'council, decided loss to our club will be a great gain to the Lethbridge Curling Club. We cannot, however, permit of your departure without expressing to you our appreciation of your services as an officer of this club, and ask you to accept this pair of curling stones, not for their intrinsic "due, but as a memento of your curling friends in Calgary. To Mrs. Johnston and family you will please convey our best wishes; we trust they will find many friends in your new home. To yourself, we extend the wish SHACK FOR SALE Near elevator, down, balance easy. R.V. Gibbons Extra special tonight only at Lyceum Zamloch with his bottle, the demon For Quick Sale Two of the best corner lots in Riyerview at EACH One third down, balance in 3 and 6 months. A. L S. Ripley Office 8 Macdonald Block Union Band at the Eureka tomor- row to Duck Lake and Prince Albert. Sask. The young people of the Baptist 'Church are giving- a social this even- This is an item any gentle- man can give any lady. That's what- makes it so popular for presents. You can pick from our stock at random and be sure of being pleased with .yonr selection. llberta Drug Biid Book Co, Prescription Specialists 8, filPLEY, Mgr. LETHBR10EE fing in the basement of the church. j'To all who are interested in this work a hearty invitation is extended. Be- J i freshments will be served: by the lad- ies after a programme. Collection to J defray expenses. I Westminster Sunday School hold its first annual Christinas tree I on Wednesday evening when all con- I nected with the congregation are-ex- pected to be present. No admission j will be charged. Santa PJnus bring- ing his usual good .cheer wiii U; on j hand. Prior to his departure to assume a J similar position- at Medicine Hat, C. j S. Maharg, Superintendent oT the C. ]Miss Gladys Downer, who has had a successful term at Havergal Col- lege. Winnipeg, has returned to her home in the city to spend the Christ- mas vacation with her parents. Manager Brown, of the Lyceum, has an option on the lots south of Oliver Block on Round Street, and it is understood he has in view the erection of a three-storey block, will with one of the best theatres in the west'sit the rear on the ground floor. The Lethbridge Brewing Co. have some excellent porter on hand----9-3 i GO LA i E rOFT CLASoIriCAi iON JP. R.'at Saskatoon, was the recip- ient of a handsome breakfast service j from the employees of the C. P. R. j and a purse of gold from the business men of the city. Three big acts, 5 feature pictures, I two illuminated, and excellent music i j at the Lyceum tonight. The Hudson Bay Co. and the Bent-! I t ly Co. have decided to close their experienced lady for notion counter. Apply Manager Hud- son'.s Bay Co. 9-6 business man, furnish- ed room with board, in of Adams' Lumber Yard. Apply J: A. Lemmenes, City. 9-G by experienced nursfi. Apply Box L, Herald. 9-1 ALL KINDS OF AT. ROQ Ers-Cun ni notiam. Lumber Company Li Phones 23 and Main Yard North of Track Also Cor. Westminster and Baroness W RedpathStWesi stores on Saturday December 26tk as hnvp adopted this rooms; newly furnished conveniences; modern conveniences; with well as on Christmas Dov. without board; gentlemen prefer- keop open every night up till Christ-1 red- Apply BOX Y. Herald Office. 9-6 mas. The lending stores at Winni- peg and plan too. The annual Christmas entertain- ment of Wesley Church. Sunday School will be held tomorrow night, Tuesday Dec. 22nd. A first class cantata will be produced, conducted by Mr. A. Ely in addition 'to other features, includ- ing the usual Santa Glaus and Christ mns tree festivities. The entertain- ment wiii shirt promptly at o'clock. FOR piano, good as new, at a grent sacrifice. Apply A. and L. .S. Ripley. Office 8, Macdonald Block. 9-6 FOR Al section in a pros porous, well settled, district, near the proposed lino between Lethbridge and Calgary; rural telephone installed coiil mine close; price per acre; r-asy terms. Apply Box W, Herald. S-6 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 purchases. J. J, JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist QUALITY QUARTERS Xmas Money Would be Well Spent Here Give a Suitable, Useful Gift that will always be appreciated. We give you a list, you'll do well to look it over That is what can be said of our smoker's companion better smoker's con- venience. It is jnst the v thing for tie. smoking jg room. There is a place here for a place there for tobacco, another 1 IT piace to iay tue pipes still another for the ashes. J Now wives you know the trouble you have with nus- band's pipe lying around J any old place, and ashes on the floor and cigars it is con- venient to lay them. To rid yourself of these nuis- ances give the smoker of the family one of these smoking room requisites. Cigarettes We have all the highest class and foreign. Also cig- arette oases and h ilders. R.n.n3il3CB Ladies' Aprons Ladies' Lawn Aprons with or without bib, some are hemmed, some have embroidery trimmed bottom, new goods and splendid value. Each 40c, 50c, 65c, 75c Waitresses' Aprons Lawn Aprons, Suort rounding styles, embroidery or lace trim- mings. Each 50c and 75c Allover Net. Waists The newest things in ]STet Waists, long or three-quarter sleeves, beautifully trimmed They come in ecru, black and white at each and Good Things To Eat In The Grocery Dept. Fine Juicy California Oranges Extra Choice Jap Oranges New Dates, Figs and Nuts Large Solid Jersey Cranberries" Fresh Cauliflower Fresh Celery Fresn Cabbage Apples Ontario and Washington Apples in boxes and barrels, No. 1 stock. Table Delicacies Heinz Horse Radish India Relish Mandalay Sauce Cross Black well's Anchovi Sauce McLaren's Imperial Peanut Butter Imperial Cheese Silk Shawls, ke Wool Scarfcs, Kid Gloves, New Veilings and Made-up Veils Gent's Neckwear, Gloves and Suspenders Ladies', Gent's Children's Shoes and Slippers Collars and Belts and Neok FuchingS Boys' Clothing, Suits, Overcoats and Knickers Nairns Scotch Linoleum, per square yd A 50c THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY A. MacdonaJi Co.fc ;