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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta nNEST JOB PRINTING AT THE: 1Ee Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY IfcMli ii tfc mm IITf II Few Useful Articles for the Home o Universal Food Choppers, No. 3 Savory Roasting Pans With this it is impossible to burn the fowl or roast of meat Steam Cereal Cookers, 2 sizes GIVE HIM Hair THE HICK tie REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash j Phone 62 P.O. Bos 670 J s> i A Safety Razor A pair of Military Brushes A triplicate Shaving Mirror A Tobacco Jar A Pipe or a box of Cigars GIVE HER A box of Chocolates A China Cup and Saucer A Work Box An Ebony Mirror A bottle of Perfume Call and see them at JJJipbothainSCo.ltil. Family and Dispensing Chemists Telephone 49 Resident Night Cierk The Store of Quality Owing to our extensive Xmas Trade we are compelled to stay open every night until Xmas. PHONE 21 GJRMR CO. The Only UNION Store in the City You can always send BOOKS BOX of NOTE PAPER FOUNTAIN PENS CALENDARS and many other use- ful PRESENTS we can show you. 1st Boor West of UnioR Bsnk Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. t 4 W ii I CITY AND DISTRICT i The Union Band will be at the skat- i ing rink tonisht. Airs. JB A.. Cunningham will not re- ceive tomorrow. 1 "How Dutchy Became an Actor" at the Lyceum scream. i MI-SS Robb will spend Christinas with her sister at Lacombe. I There will be no Kindergarten clos- ;ing this year. Hilliard, Phillips Co. in the Ad- venturess, made a big hit last night at the Lyceum. iliss Macdonald, of the public i _ _ __________ school stall will spend Christmas withfin the citv with 'a" number 'of buyers. THE WEATHER. Lt'thbridge, cloudy 40 15 today and on with higher temperature. j CITY 4ND DISTRICT. Jus. f. Johnson, of Bountiful, is i-vfciitinj: the city today. 0. H. Dingman, of Calgary, is in Lethbridge today. i if. D. the oil man, is stay- i ing iu the city today. Ivfiss Kerr, of Calgary7 is visiting AIcKeown ior a few days. Dr. L. A. Hoyt- arrived from Ma- grath last night, and is staying in This city. Ed. Herman of Mazeppa, Minn., is CITY AND DISTRICT Hockey practice tomorrow night at 9.30. The Fire Chief and Building Inspec- tor assumes his duties at begin niug of the year. Mr. Fowler's old ijysJness will be conducted the samo as at present under the management B. Storey. G-. R. G. Bagnell, Travelling Pas- senger Asetit for the C.P.R. is spend- ing today in the citr. The men of this city should see tin.' tweed suits at. seven dollars ninety cents at The J. Brown' Co., Ltd. Ottawa Free Press: Hon. Frank Oliver and Mrs. Oliver entertained at a dinner party last evening in honor of Premier Rutherford and Attorney- General Cross of Alberta. Among those pres.ent were Mr. and Mrs. J. j G. Foster, Mr. Seizuzuro Shimizu, Japanese Consul-General, and Mrs, Shimizu, Dr. and Mrs. C. A. E. Bar- riss and Mss. J. .T. Anderson.. Edraon tOtt. For boys1 suits no better stock in the city than those at The J. Brown Co., Ltd. F. Sick's residence was the scene of a pleasant event cm Saturday evening j when Karl Mueller, the popular engin- eer at the -Brewery, and Miss Luis Schwedes, recently of Heidelsheim. G-erinanjy wore united in the bonds of matrimony. A large number of friends witnessed the event and and TURKEYS To be Sold by Public Auction at the City Market Thursday Morning Next Come and Get One Cheap Frank Waddington i MARKET MASTER We will be open every night till Xmas. Closed on Saturday NELSON GOW 5 lots Ashmead St, 27 125 ft. each, per lot, terms 150 cash, balance 12 months. i i ALBERT E. OLIVER BLOCK WCCKEY PROSPECTS ROSY. The hockey practice last night i was the most successful held yet. A good number of players were out and i some systematic team work was in- 'duJged iri with vcpy good effect. The management is not yet prepared to i name the line-up for the Christmas j FOR RENT G. c. MCDONALD Room 6 Whitney Blk. taken up their residence on Baroness Road. Call early and get your choice of Christmas; trees, holly, mistletoe and other nowers at Geo. Taylor's, florist, corner Bartlett and London Road. 2-11 Artistic Toilet Sets some iu ly.zes. many new ideas- expressed this season Ihat suggest, very acceptable Xmas Presents at little expense. Mrs. MacMicking at Maple Creek. i "How Dutchy Became" an Actor" at the Lyceum scream. i A special discount will be given Wednesday and Thursday on the j beautiful Limoges and Eogane ware at The J. Brown Co., Ltd. David King has served on a public body before. He was a. member of the school board at Eng., for two terms. A. r. Stewart and Dan managers of the American Farm Co., are leaving on the morning train to spend the holidays at their homes in Boltineau, Aid. Cunningham has purchased the j north-east corner of Ford and Smith j Sts., known as the City Bakery pro- i perty from Aid. Adams. R. y. (j-ib- j bons put through the deal! i Cantata and Christmas tree at Wes- ley Church tonight at 8. Full chorus of trained voices under the direction of Mr. A Ely. Over six hundred people witnessed big programme at the Lyceum last night. Mr. 0. D. Paddock eclips- es anything in the dancing line that ever struck. Letbbridge. Christmas closing exercises will be! i held in all the rooms of the public j schools, with the exception of the kin i dergarten tomorrow morning coni- jj i mencing at 10.4-5 o'clock. 4> The funeral of Adelaide, the little I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pack erd, will take place tomorrow after- I noon at 2.30 from the untertaking j parlors to- the public cemetery. The j pastor of Church will conduct 9 j the service. i Samuel Jones, the North Ward poul- try man, received a pen of fine Buff Orpingtons today from Lincoln, Ont. These birds will be a valuable addi- I tioa to the good stock already in j the district. They have proved them- the presents were both numerous match Pincher Creek but1 costly. Mr; arid Mrs. Mueller have to be able to conclude who will comprise the team after the practice tomorrow night, which commences at 9.30. v. v j The boys found the'-goal nets.! which were out for the first time last I night, a great acquisition: to their j playing. The lights are. not quite good enough for hockey playing but' the rink management promise to have another relay of light put in right j away. H. Maveety was struck I felt that I was almost walking when Dorando was making the pace. I had to sometimes shorten, my stride to stay behind him. Whenever I passed him I did it just to show him I could, and that worried Dorando. Whenever I went into the lead I did it easily, and. you could to see that Men of you want an overcoat see the styles at The j to "I this in England, be Brown Co., Ltd. W. J. Watson, of Souris, Man., is T selves prize winners. 9 i The Lethbridge Brewing Co. excellent porter on hand.. Prescription Specialists Mgp. LETfiBfiiOGE The Belief Society are iJ.liug Christmas boxes for families 9-3 four who would otherwise have to visits iron i Santa Claus. Anyone wishing to contribute something- in the way of cooking or toys, please loo.vc the same at Miss Blagbdrn's ai the In-iff.itiorj Mall before noon on Wednesday. The annual Christinas entertainment I of Wesley Church Sunday School takes I place tonight at eight o'clock. A CAR tuta entitled "Tlie Real Rania Ciaus'' will be produced by the scholars, ija- der the direction of Mr. A. The distribution of gifts from the Christ- mas tree by Santa Clans vill be an interesting feature. O. D. Paddock, the college dancer, spending Christmas with his brother- 'in-law. A. E. Humphries. E. J. Chudieigh, of the C.P.R., ar- rived from Macleod last evening. John Wood, of Rouleau, arrived hvre last night, and spent today in the city.' Miss Simpson, of Vancouver, was visiting friends here yesterday, but this morning went South. The watch supposed to have been stolen from a man at the Arlington has been found in a local pawnshop by the police. H. Scott, D. D. G. M., of District No. went to Medicine Hat on lodge business yesterday morning ac- cornfjanied by T. McNabb and Dr. Stewart. J. T. McKinney left this morning for Minneapolis where he will spend the holiday season, and incidentally ,do a little business. Twenty-three cars of fine live stock were -part of a splendid consignment made to the Morris -Beef Co., from Haymond, which left the city Jast night. No less than fifteen way cars of freight left the city yesterday on the C.P.R. lines for all points. There is however, a considerable falling off in the; shipments of settlers' effects. I A case of scarlet fever was this morning reported from North Ward, and the sanitary inspector has receiv j fd the report, of a case of measles' from the grading camp working in the ,D. S. Wadleigh, of the Union Bank staff, irf spending the Christmas holi days at -his home in Montreal. Mr Cuthbert, of Calgary, is filling hi? position here during his absence. .r. H. Hill, whose home is in Coo IH'7-stown, X. Dakota, was in. the With ten other fellow s lie has purchased land at WinrJfred, east of Taber, and expects to move up in the spring. Rethinks cause I wasn't trained. The climat and everything seemed against me there. I passed Dorando four differ- ent .but I felt like I wasn just the way I should after his race at New York. Longboat's share of the proceeds was over the eye last night because of the un- i light and suffered. a severe; gash which. put him hors de combat for a while. The club.' has issued a number 'of membership tickets at Si.00 apiece, which wiil entitle the holders to all matches played this season. In this way they hope to aid in financing the team. Everything looks rosy for a tjgood season of hockey. NEW SHACK Two rooms and two lots in 'North Ward near Mill. Shack rented at a month, room for another shack at same rental. Price S300 cash, balance SIO per month, a snap, figure it up. R, V. Gibbons PHONE ,222 OTT.BLOCK Three" big acts, 5 feature pictures, two illuminated, and excellent music at the Lyceum tonight. For Quick Sale Two of the best corner lots inRiverview at EACH One third down, .balance in 3 and 6 months. Offices Macdonald Block You certainly do at the Lyceum. hear good music TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION freight shed and Bartlett St., one parcel containing a rug, 'addressed C. McClenaghan; a reward of will be paid for re- turn of this to Mrs. McClenaehan.10-6 NEW SADDLE, for sale, cheap. blanket and bridle Apply P.O. Box O. i 10-1! Xmas Money is glorious. Thf Herald has been handed the for Geo. Cropley is ill in the -hospital, and a boy went into the telegraph office to a message to H. V. Cropley, Grassy Lake, at 5 o'clock Sunday af- After ait-ing until this mo'rn- Tuesday, lie went to the office found that the message had not been sent. The operator said "He would send the message when be got good and ready." This was a prepaid message, ___ Mr. R. D. Hilliard presents Miss boy Mignonne Philips and Co. in their at the Lyceum tonight. He! wonderful skatch "The there with the goods. I at the Lyceum tonight. j Peoples' purs-s at Xmas are not j as large as their hearts. In pric- I ing our goods we bear this in mind. Compare our prices for the same quality of goods with others be- for making your purchases. be Would 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 IV J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist QUALITY QUARTERS That is what can be said of our smoker's companion better smoker's con- venience. It is just the thing for tte smoking room. There is a place here for cigars, a place there for tobacco, another place to lay the pipes and still another for the ashes. Now Tvives you knov the trouble you have with hus- band's pipe lying around 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 class domestic and foreign. Also cig- arette cases and holders. R. W.Wallace THE SMOKERS'HEADQUARTERS Ladies' Aprons Ladies' Lajvn Aprons with or without bib. some are hemined. some have embroidery trimmed bottom, new goods -and'splendid value. Each- 40c, 50c? 65c? 75c Waitresses' Aprons White Lawn Waitresses' Aprons, short rounding styles, embroidery or lace trim- mings. Each 50c and 75c Allover 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. Fine Juicy California Oranges Extra Choice Jap Oranges New Dates, Figs and Nuts Large Solid Jersey' Cranberries Fresh Cauliflower Fresh Celery Fresti Cabbage Apples Ontario and Washington Apples jn boxes and barrels, No. 1 stock. Table Delicacies Hemzr Horse Kadish l> India Relish Mandalay Sauce Cross BlackweiFs Anchovi Sauce McLaren's Imperial Peanut Butter u Imperial Cheese 4 Silk Shawls, Ice Wool Scarfes, Kid Gloves, New Veilings and Made-up Veils Gent's Neckwear, Gloves and Suspenders Ladies', Gent's and Children's Shoes and Slippers Collars and Belts and Neok Fachings Boys' Clothing, Suits, Overcoats and Knickers Scotch Linoleum, per square yd 50c -V THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY A MsirdA Tiie Casfe Store ;