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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta OAeWIE HOTftt tomato Bestrn In Cenneccien NIW AND UP-TO-DATE THe Lethbridge 1 I I I I SUGGESTIONS FOR XMAS Carving Sets, Table Sets, Pearl Handle Silver Knives Forks and Spoons Children's 3 piece Sets, Pearl Handle What would make a better Xmas Gift than a Monarch range. Call and get our Prices. We will money. you The Hick Hardware Co. The Store of Quality Wigstaff's English Plum Pudding Christmas Prize Cake Huntley Palmer Bis- cuits Swiss Cream Cheese Roquefort Cheese Oranges, Candy, Nuts Geo. Kerr Co. Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 HOLLY and WREATHING for decorationg. Special bargains on all lines until Xmas. Refer to Saturday's Herald. THE GOOD CO TNI HOTEL i> I Fancy Hosiery and Slippers Nothing more suitable than these for Chrigtmaa Gifts. Warm the Feet and you warm the Heart. See these before buying It will repay you. 10 per cent. o5 from now High Class Grocers Old Phone 98. New Automatic Phone No. 525 P.O. bOX 670 PHONE 62 PICTURES PICTURE FRAMES DOLLS S TOY BOOKS f BLOCKS and GAMES. Save time and money 1 Whltnsy Block for Underwood jit Phone 1265. Perfumes for Christmas J Gifts An unexcelled range of high class perfumes. We have selected the best odors made by prominent per fumers. The packages are pleasing ones, not too expensive. Every lady likes a little perfume. Why not give one of our dainty packages of del- icate odors. We carry the kind that pleases the most.- They make a most acceptable gift. See our stock. J.D, HigintiotliainSCo.ia. Fmmiiy md Dispensing Chemiitg. Telephone 41. THE WEATHER Edmonton, cloudy 16 Calgary clear 16 Lethbridge, fair 24 Winnipeg, cloudy .58 14 Please trim carefully t round fcordtr VOTING COUPON Void After December 31, 1909. The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST VOTES FOR....................... W'han 'filled out and received at Congest expiration of date above. Address. Headquarters CITY AND DISTRICT "Frank Colpman will not Mrs. Frank uolpman will not re- ceive until January. Western and moder-l The Lethbridge Saddlery Co. have j J some pretty and useful Xmas pres-j< ents in leather goods. 9-4 J. E. Proctor, district passenger agent of the C. P. R. of Calgary, is ately cold today and Wednesday. CITY AND DISTRICT Mayor W. W. Douglas of Taber was the city in the city yesterday on business. The" Girl of the Golden West to- morrow night at the Lyceum by the Stoddart Players. H. C. McMullen. C. P. R. stock in- spector of Calgary, the city. The Simpson Co. have opened assorted stock of new and up- to-date dry goods and gents' furnish- ngs in the Barnsley block, Crabb St. )ome and see their showing, of Xmas novelties. Don't forget the dance in the Cale- donian Hall Thursday, 1st. Ladies 'rce; gentlemen admitted by Member- ship Card. 8-3 another new big hit at the Eureka onight. See the program. The Social Committee of the 'Young People's Guild of Knox Church had charge of the meeting last Monday night. Refreshments were served -an-d an interesting programme of music and recitations was rendered. A dis- ussion toolc place in regard to secur- ng a piano for the basement of Knox Church. The question was left over ill next Monday night. Look out for the Red Sign at Ger- man's. Bargains in abundance. The White Furniture Co.'s sale is attracting a great number of people who are availing themselves of the big reductions. The Girl of the Golden West to- morrow night at the Lyceum by thei Stoddart Players. Wm. Crambie of Minneapolis who has considerable land interests in the Lethbridge district, is in the city. The Parish Priest at the Lyceum tcnight "by the Stoddart Players. Aid. Hatch received word last nigh of a serious accident to his brothe in the States and left this morninj o his borne. The Parish Priest at the Lyceum tonight by the Stoddart Players. All members of the Union Band are requested to meet at the Leth bridge Saddlery on this (Tuesday) evening at 7 p.m. in order to play for the Eureka, when the new instructor will take charge. New people at the Eureka tonight See Jerome and 'Jerome the human rogs. Also Tobie the clever little comedienne. "In the advertisement regarding- the alifornia tripi from- Spokane, the ey Co. Ltd. Orchestra Wednesday nd Friday evenings from 7.30 to 9.30 The Edson. Development have hrown the best snap in real estate I I i II is ji Our store has long been a favorite plnce to buy perfume, and perfumes have long been a favorite in Xxnas gift giving. What you biiy here is vvith a satisfying assur- ance of safety, knowing that they will be exactly as represented. Price 25c to per bottle. Prescription i, B. WPIET, innniK M-H-M-i H-I-H- JDuy i Rogers- I Cunningkam T J. f Lumber T T Quality and Prices are I Right t I T T T I T I T f CITY AND DISTRICT A good smart girl is wanted to do folding, padding, etc., Is wanted at the Herald Job DepL The real leather goods for Christ- mas presents see what the Lethbridge Saddlery Co. have. 9.4 Coming the famous cartoonist and entertainer Bengough. Central School mercy Q: the people. Edson has a bright future and has the making of a ereat distributing point for all the north south and west country. Head quarters at the Golden West Realty Co. All information will be -gladly given to those who call. The Parish Priest at the Lyceum tonight by the Stoddart Players. At the District Court here this morning His Honor Judge "Winters P. R. points should read "Jan not Jan. 10. Look up White Whyte's adv. Something good. On Saturday night the city police raided a house of ill-fame at 304 Wood street The inmates and fre- quenters were tried yesterday and remanded for two days, being let out on bail of for each frequenter and for each inmate. Big reduction all this week at the Lethbridgs Saddlery Co. 9-4 Only a few more Christmas greet- ing cards left at the Herald. Greatest act in vaudeville at the Eureka tonight. The two frogmen. The city council will sit as a court heard the case of Duffy et al vs. Fish- ]of revision on public improvements C. F. Harris is acting for the plaintiff and W. C. Simmons is for the defendant. This is a disput-e ab-r out boring a well for Mr. Fisher at Stirling and operations were, stopped Don't miss Canada's foremost car- before water was found. auditorium, Thursday, Dec. 23rd. Hurry up if you want check slip- pers for Xmas. German has got all kinds of 'em. toonist entertainer, J. W. Bengough, at the Central School auditorium the coming Thursday. The Girl of the Golden West to- morrow night at the Lyceum by the Stoddart Players. The Australian tiff Duffy is suing the defendant. Fish- er for work done. One witness was heard and the case is still in pro- gress. Canes, Baskets, Boxes and novelties in Xmas confectionery at H be at the Central School auditor- ium Thursday, Dec. 23rd. The Bentlev Co.'s big sale contin- ues to draw the crowds. Orchestra rom 7.20 to 9.30 on Wednesday and Friday eTcning. Just back from his tour of Austra- ia. Mr. TJcnsouirh, the cartoonist, will sivc one of his 'entertain- ments at the Central School Auditor- urn on Thursday, Dec. 23rd. Rochon has splendid assortment f Christmas novelties at his two stor- es, Block and next Bank of ommerce. on Monday evening, Dec. 27. We are open until 9 o'clock every night st German's. The chief of police has ordered his men to raid all suspected gambling dens. On Sunday morning the city i-i raided three gambling dens and rhe plain- j arrested twenty-four men who were tried this morning before Magistrate MacDougal, and all pleaded guilty. The keepers were fined ?25 and costs each and the gamblers and costs. This is the second chief has had these places raided inside-of two weeks. The total fines this morning were over Lost on Sunday night, lady's open press are loud in! IWO Stores. -Old stand next Bank of their praise of Mr. Bengough. He Commerce and Alberta Block. 8-3 face gold watch with the initials "M. The Girl of the Golden West to-1 H.M." engraved on back. Finder will morrow at the Lyceum by the! receive reward by leaving at Herald Stoddart Players. 'office, Crabb St 8-0 II Rogers-Cunningham Inmtwr CofTipaay, limiteil ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, 23 CMt J21 111 A Christmas Gift Song-s of a Sourdough and Ballads of a Cheecliako, By Robert "W. Service, Klondike Poet. Pocket size, beautifully bound in limp leather. ffirass Soods J. J. Johnston rass just rtcelved a shipment 0f mersd and Copper jtrt (Jhe finest assortment ever brought into the city Candle Sticks to Jardinieres to Fern Pots to Tea Kettles _____ Coal Hods to Coal Boxec Smokers1 Sets to CuspUtors to Trays 75c to Jugs to Stafford- jfgnew ton mrtti See Our Windows Christmas Presents and Value The McKeown Hardware Go. Have a Big Stock of Beautiful Christmas Goods If you are selecting presents you should call as this stock will commend itself to your pocketbook as -well as to your good taste. DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town daily.'' (LIMITED.) Hayr Bros. P.O. Box 27 Phone 75 Such pushing, squeezing arid jam- ming for bargains on shoes as never before at German's big shoe sale. BENGOUGH The man who can draw well, who adds to his artistic abilities, a keen sense of humor, who recites well, and sings comic songs well, is a man who can entertain any audience. Such a man, judging from the press reports is Bengough, the Canadian entertain- er, who will appear here Thursday, Bee. 23. The "Sydney Referee" com- ments on his entertainment thus: "An instantaneous 'success was ach- ieved by Bengough, the Canadian car- toonist, reciter and burlesque artist, who opened his Australian tour on Saturday. Bengeugh going at a good pace, and succeeds in keeping his audience wide awake and' amus- ed, whether he is dashing off things at his' easel or spinning little tales of innocence and mirth between the pic- tures. He is a combination of many enviable qualities and accomplish- ments. He is a clever artist, with a method as sure as it is swift, a free- Canada Liquor Institute POSITIVE AND PERMANENT CURE For The LIQUOR HABIT Guaranteed Write or phone for full particulars S; THOMSON, MANAGER 713 Sixth Ave. West, Calgary, Alta. Box 672 and-easy humorist, and at a.11 points a smart showman who has mastered his business; and who understands the value of time." The Girl of the GoMen West to- morrow night at the Lyceum by the Stoddart Players. THE LADIES' STORE 2 SELL PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK FOR CASH Be Certain to See Our Superior Christmas Stocks Unprecedented Beauty the Entire Display It's a display arranged to meet the demand for elegance and refinement and individuality in Xmas display that is certain to augment Ladies' Store supremacy- -a display that ajjain forcibly demonstrates this establishment is without a peer in Lethbridge as a place to supply your needs in the way of -Xmas gift things. wt print x of hippy luggMtiona Itemi, which, after all, merely give a hint of what to offer. EXQUISITE SELECTIONS OF FtNE EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS Lovely designs la Swiss and linen embroider- ed goods, scalloped or hemstitched edges, also a beautiful collection of hand embroidered hand- kerchiefs, priced surprisingly reasonable for such excellent qualities. Special values in Swiss embroidered hand- kerchiefs 15c 20c 25c Better qualities in fine embroidered 35c to Hand embroide red handkerchiefs 20c to 50c Initialed Linen hand- in box The season's very latest novelties and most becoming ideas, just to hand by Express. Lovely qualities are certain to please -with their beauty and every-day usefulness. Fancy collars 35c to Fancy bows 35e to BRIEF SUGGESTIONS OF SlJSTABLE GIFTS Kid Gloves Ribbons Fancy Hosiery Corsets Tailored Waists Net and Silk Waists Dress Goods Silks THE SALE OF FURS CONTINUES Wonderful reductions on every fur-piece in stock, costs or values are not object be- ing to clean up the stocks. Our guarantee cf satisfaction back of every article just as it does when you pay the regular price. Choote early. Fancy Jabots 35c to Fancy Belts 25c to BRIEF SUGGESTIONS OF SUITABLE GIFTS Table Litens Table Napkins Towels Lounging Kimonas Wrappers House Dresses Silk Underskirts CHRISTMAS COMBS AND LEATHER GOODS Latest novelties In broad variety and equal to every demand. Special Christmas showings mod- erately priced and conveniently displayed for quick and satisfactory choosing. Hand bagi to Side Combs, 2Se Back Comba 2Sc to 20c U THE CHRISTMAS LINENS ARE SUPERB It's none too early to be making selections and the exceedingly comprehensive showing we are making in this line will render choosing easy. Beautiful designs in drawn work and hand work. icarft, Tray cloths ftOe to coven ;