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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tMl PLACE TO STAY fc Utttfp H4 IttM Witt tail it it to born the fowl or of meat PER CENT OFF On Hand Bags We we clearing oat this line. Now the gnuid op- portunity lor you to get a good Hand Bag it a low figure. have them at ranging from to 2 sizes THE tEDPATH STREET We SeU for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Bosr670 25 Per Cent Off For Pour days Only, at I ghetto! i hid Parity ud Ttkphm F-Mttr MigMCWk OH AND DISTRICT Owing to our extens- ive Xmas Trade we are compelled to stay open every night un- til Xmas. Phone 21 G. Bradbeer Co. Stafford QUEEN QUALITY SHOES for women are now ibowu, at TOGGEKY, bare and need no in- "trGiiUCtiCU CituZCiiS u C iUSO tuC f gar MI and Hafar for women aitd ean ftt all well AS tile fodt NELSON GOW 5ilottAahmeadSt, 27x125 ft each, per lot, _________ LALBERTJE, JLVES, OUVER BLOCK G. c. MCDONALD Rwm XMAS PRESENTS You can always send BOOKS BOX of NOTE PAPER FOUNTAIN PENS CALENDARS and many other use- ful PRESENTS we can show you. m mi m tar fet if UN lilt Phjne 261 _ Afcnts for Underwood Typewrittrt. aud daughter e east to spend Hilliord andj Important'hockey practice tonight from 7 to S. W. Wite lelt on the Flyer for i'A< tbV holiday season. We -understand the Phillips the Lyceum made a big; hit in Calgary. __ _ i New motion at the Eu- reka tonight. Royal City has been added to West- minster, White's and Coaldale cir- cuit with Eev_ A. in charge. The Good Co.'s car of selling rapidly. Oranges tuvc gone up sixty cents a crate this car was purchased. Mrs. A. L'.-Foster and daughter, itargaret, accompanied by Mrs. Fos- ter's Frank Bullock, "left this morning- on a visit to relatives at Seattle, Wash. Christmas tree and cantata, at THE WEATHER. cloudy- 44 few -light loctf snow- fjiUs, But; mostly fair. Tuesday.- Colder on CITY AMD DISTRICT Mrs. McKillop will not receive Tues- day c 01 FT TO MR. K. 0. On Saturday KrD. J ager Biblson's received Mr. R. D. Milliard presents Mignonne wonderful tkatcK "The at.the Lyceum tonight. After an illness of about five-week's the three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. 3L :Packerd, died at. the Arlington hotel this morning. Mrs. -PaekeTa is the daughter of Wm. Porter, proprietor of the hotel. W. M. Dodd, architect, of Calgary, stayed- off on Saturday evening, spending the week end in the city. Younghusband and wife left last week on a visit to relatives and friends at .Ottawa. On Saturday evening Kev. Wm ley church Sunday school entertain- united Chas. R. Oliver, in mar- [gift from the" C'algaxy Curling Clnb stones, mounied with nickel-plated and ivorr haawlles, and bearing a suitable in- scription. thel -verjr highly appreciated- wag the fol- owing _ i ,-f." XJalgary, AlU., Oct. 26, 1906. .-D. Johnston, ESQ., Caigarjv-AIta.: Dear It is with mingled, feel- gs .of jegret and pleasure that we earn of yourrdeparture from amongst us. Regret that your removal means to us the loss, of one of the best sports and most enthusiastic' pleasure, that the 'company in. whose employ you '.are, havc7seen to" appreciate and promote you to -a position of greater trust. We also feel that what is a decided loss to our club 'wiH be" a great gain to the Lethbridgc Curling GlubJ that you may long te spared ,to con- to encourage and take, an active part grand old .game." Signed on behalf of .'the. T. <5: TARRANT, S, J. BLAIR, Secretary. Perfumes; 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 your selection. llberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists i, i, linn, Mjir. ment tcmorrow night.. .Admission 2Sc and I5c. Mrs. W. H. 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. "The street lights'.were on after nine o'clock'thin morning." R. N. Shaw of the Bank of Com merce stafl, has gone to Pohoka to relieve the manager there for three weeks. _ Miss MacArthur, of the Bank of Commerce, is away on a holiday trip Buck Lake and Prince Albert, Sask. The young people of the Baptist Ch.uT.eh. are giving a social this even- ing in the basement of the church. To oil who are interested in this work a hearty invitation is extended. K2- Ereshments will be served, by the lad a programme. Collection to Beiray expenses. Westminster Sunday School will hold its first annual Christmas tree on Wednesday evening when all con nected-vrith the congregation are ex pected to be present. No admission will bo charged. Santa PJaus bring ing his usual good cheer will bu o hand. Prior to his departure to assuiro a I similar at Medicine Hat, C. S. Maharg, Superintendent of the C. I P. R. at Saskatoon, was the recip- i ient of a handsome breakfast service from the employees of the CM'..P. R. I asu a purse of gold from the business men of the city. Three big acts, 5 feature pictures, two illuminated, and excellent music at the Lyceum tonight. j The Hudson Bay Co. and the Bent- i ly Co. have decided to close their j stores on Saturday December 26th as well as on Christmas Day. They will CITY AND DISTRICT Passengers arriving in the .city re- mark, upon the warmth of the-weath- er here. A few miles east it is very muck colder and at many al- ong, th'e'.Soo ;line the thermometer fallen to 30 degrees below zero. The. lastjnqeting of the -old city ccnrncirwULbe held 111 the Board of Tradu rooms this evening at eight sharp. The next meeting which will be called sometime in Jan- uary, will be in charge of the newly "elected council. SHACK FOR SALE Near down, balance easy. R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Extra special tonight only at the with hit demon bottle. For Quick Sale TWO of Abe best corner lots _, ;iri Biverview at EACH One" thirjl down, balance in 3 and 6 months. I A, L S. Ripley Offices MacdoniUBlKk age 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. Yalois, writes the Herald t state that tht report in the Cowlej orrespondence that he had sold hi; roperty to W. Biggar, is incorrect He has, not "sold his property. J.. A. for many years has carried on the business of dr goods, merchant. InniflfaiL out and is now in the city renewing old acquaintances. Miss [Gladys Downer, who has had a successful term at Havergal Col- ege, Winnipeg, has returned to her home in-the city to spend the Christ-1 mas vacation with, her parents. Manager Brown, of the Lyceum, has an option on the lots south .of the Oliver Block on Bound Street, and it is understood he has in view the erection of with. one of the best theatres in the at the rear on the ground floor; Union Band at the Eureka tomor- jw night. We cannot, however, permit of your departure without- expressing to yoxi our appreciation of yowr. servicei as an officer of this club, and ask-you to accept this pair of curlingTstonee, not for their intrinsic value, but as a inemenlo of your curling friends in Calgary. To Mrs. Johnston and family _you will please coavey our "best wisries; we trust they will find many friends in your new hoine. _r. To yourself, -we extend ..theT'wish 4 -O The Lethbridge Brewing ;Co. have some excellent oorter on hand----9-3 TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION experienced lady -for notion Apply Manager Hud- sou's Bay Go. 94 ALL KINDS OF business man, furnish- fifl room with board, in vicinity of Adams' Lumber Yard. Apply J. A. Lemriienes, City. 9-C Would be Well Spent Here xGive a Suitable; Useful Gift that will always be appreciated. We give "you a list, you'll do well to look it over by experienced nurse. Apply Box L, Herald. 9-1 _ keep open every night up till Christ- mas. The leading stores at Winni- tpeg and have adopted this plan too. The annual Christmas entertain- ment of Wesley Church Sunday School" will be held tomorrow night, Tuesday Doc. 22nd. A first class cantata will produced, conducted by 3fr. A. Ely in addition to other features, includ- inc; the usual Sonta Claus and Christ mas tn.-c foslivitic.5. The enterlain- TO newly furnished rooms; modern conveniences; with or without board; giintlemen prefer- red. Apply Box Y, Herald Office. 9-6 racnt will o'clock. stnrt promptly at eight FOR piano, good as new, at a great sacrifice, A. and L. S. Ripley, Office 8, Macdonald Block. 9-6 FOE Al section in a pros- perous, well settled district, near the proposed line between Lethbridge and Cfi'gsuy; rur.il telephone installed coal mine close; price per acre; easy terms. Apply Box W, Herald. 9-6 That is can be said of our smoker's companiou better smoker's con- venience. It is jpst the thing, for v-the room. There is a here for cigani, a place there f or tobacco, another place to lay the pipes and still another for the ashes. Now wives you know .the trouble you have with hus- band's pipe lying arouncL any old place, and ashes 2 the fioor and cigars 2 it is -con- venient to lay them. To S rid yourself of these nuis- ances give the smoker of the family one of these smoking room requisites. AT, n------_ lumber Company 11 Phones 23 and 123 Yari frrtb of Track Uu Cor. Westminster and Baroness Kuii Peoples' purses at Xmas are not as large as their hearts. In pric- ing uur guucls we bear iliiSiii iniiiu. Compare our prices for the same quality of goods with others be- for making your purchases, J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist QUALITY QUARTERS We have all the highest class arettc oases and h Ladies' Aprons Ladies' Lawn Aprons .with or without bib, some are 'hemmed, some have embroidery and splendid. Talue. Each 40c, 75c Aprons White Lawn Waitresses1 Aprons, short rounding styles, embroidery or lace trim-. mings'. Each" W SOcand 75c Clover Net Waists The newest things in Net 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. t _ Fine Jnicy California Oranges Kxtra Choice Jap Oranges New and Nuts Large Solid Jersey Cranberrie a Fresh Cauliflower Fresh Celery Fresli Cabbage Apples Ontario and Washington Apples in boxes and barrels, No. 1 stock. Table Delicacies Heinz Horse Radish India Relish Mandalay Sauce Cross Blackwell's Anchovi Sauce McLaren's Imperial Peanut Butter Imperial Cheese Silk Shawls, Ice Wool Scarfes, Kid Gloves, New Veilings And Made-op Veils Gent's Neckwear, Gloves and Suspenders Ladies', Gent's and Children's Shoes and Slippers Collars and Beits and Neok Raehings Boys' Clothing, Suits, Overcoats and Knickers r I Naims Scotch Linoleum, per square yd 50c HWJallace t TliSiKIEIS'iEADQGARTERS THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY A. Macdonald Co. ;