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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LgTHBRIPqi PAlv HBBALt WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 22, Savings THE BANK OF TORONTO reeehvs. S'lvii ami uiH'jinis. {hltls hui'ivs! to nil buiaitO'S twice a Safe Convenient Profitable ASSETS Lethbridge Branch: T. W. McEACHERK. Mgr. Incorporated 1855 RIDE STEALERC MET PECULIAR DEATH Little Falls, N. Y., Deo. scooped by the locomotive of the New jYork Central's Boston and Chicagc (Limited from trough between the tracks near Herklmer today washer two unknown men from the front on the first t-ar where tht'v i were stealing a ride. They fell un- der the train and were killed. She Got What She Wanted. Iron Springs News tbe -what do tfefcJt we'd Thursday whM the Mr. Otimattta kxwwtri testant and tared MTOM table at "HAver no aatd. "Way, I we'll have a couple of of cincK and a lot at foolish eoaversatioc, niU to "I i know alinyi a -rcan go to DEATH OF LANDSEEKER Ralph Reid, aged twenty-five, son of Henry Reid, of Algona, Kissouth coun- ty, Iowa, died in the city oa Dec. 20. The deceased came to Alberta to look for land and was taken ill with typhoid fever. The father and two sons sent for with him when he died. The body was embalmed at Addison'? undertaking parlors and was shipped to Iowa for burial. A WELCOME CALLER Is Santa Glaus, whea he brings Around for the Christmas dinner a case of ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER Given all the other requisites of a Christmas turkey and j cranberry sauce, the tfie oysters, .the plum pudding and so with Lethbridge bottled beer you will have a meal that will be complete indeed. And the best part of it is that the beer will help the stomach to digest the solid foods, and there will be no bad after effects of what might otherwise prove a little too hearty re- past. Pints or quarts. Get your orders in early. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING CO.. LTD. Phone No. 79. oa after Uklng at i band. to to von7 abovtf top of la "1 fnfr- ipoM Fritohank abovi i tort of rMt of to. i I mtofc IMR a bite vkfc vtoMt nCnrMd to HM -I do wlsb jtm voMttat put ttrtnff to Mid Mn a tttttt M mwh eaxMC to sbst M I she added. gssnssjq la hfe pacxr onss> oa earth to she matter with be deuuded. "Tom talk M si we gofavg to bars BUI Taft to tortead 11 PrtCchard and bss wUe. Ther aren't any better than we are, M as I oca I food eoovgii tor tu good lor them." And he straighieced oat a crumpled of the with a rigor whieb intended to reflect his frame of Mn. Ottmartin held tip hee and it ortticaJly shook her and Indulged, la aa- little alet. "It to be hard to uld. "Mn. PrUrtart law tbe Mine wltoi bar and To take your meals at the on- ly all-round white- Res tun r- an-t in Leth- bridge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FOR OUR FKESH SPRING CHICKEN And also Vegetables and Home Grown Suckling Pigs and Pork from our farm, [t is for you. Also Fresh Oysters in season, any style to suit your taste. We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. MY. Qflxasottn granted bt> psovml from behind the paper. "R tent UM actasj food I'm ing went on, whether It wffl be, as say, tor them. That's silly. the Mrseotiofi of a little mean for a birthday and the table decora- Ooos nod tbe Ugbta eveir- ahe added. "Mrs. Pritchard tbe little things that show MM cleret howsvkeeper." There was sHooee for a few mo Then his wife Tantaired said. "Unchain." breathed the head of the boose abseiitty. "What was thatf he 5. fcuBtout suddenly. "I didn't Western Canada Agency, Ltd. LETHBRiDGE ALBERTA Office: Macdonald Block WHOLESALE JOBBERS, IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS Wa have in Stock 2 CARS WELL CASING SIZES 6, 5, 4, 3 in. PumjK, Black and Cal- ftniitd Pipe, Mine Sup- pi its, Rails, Explosives, Bar Iran and Steel, Fire Sriok, Wire Cabie, Yaiv- es and Fittings, Leather Beftlnc, Agents for THE MAR SHALL PLOWING EN- CINE, CEO. CRADOCK CO., WIRE ROPE. THE WOLF SAFETY LAMP CO., CYCLONE WELL DRILLS. GASOLINE, OILS AND CREASES i "I creamed are Mm. CMltnartln. "Bare! Of eowree they he de- wtth eethweiaarn. "All right Let's hare ereamed and he detred Jotb tbe stock satiafiod there were no more rexlng d> meeilc pjDfcJecis to be solred. yom dont imagine we eax make a whole birthday sapper off oysters, do demanded Mrs. QOmarttn todlgnantly. "There must be a lot at other things thought of. Mrs. Pritehard says If s Just these little aflkirs that bring out real and good "Oh, bother Mrs. tsiapped OttcoAjftlii. Wfllt- said Tctt wife mfldly. Tm afraid yov're otU of sort! this evening, and I did -want to hare a uiee long talk this little supper, because so much depends on ft. Aren't you almost through with your "I beg yonr her hus- band, cocrtritety, laying down his pa- per. "1 dbsa't mean to be cross. Now what win we hare after the '1 a caickem aalad or some- thing like tfcat would be all said Mrs. (Illmartin, rather doubtfully, "and -iiii hare a staffed to- 1 that seesM awfully commen aa4 ordinary for i birthday i party. Yeu know, the al- ways turn whole thing erer to j Rcbbom, wko kas tkat caterer's place I near tiejn. wbenerer tkey hare any- thins sort sf or s i kolWay party, like this, yeu know." j "Wbat die we want of a caterer to get up supper for four de- manded MT. "You can get away it in shape with Hilda to Jwlp you out." "Oh, I mean for us to get ehe said. "I was Just tell- TteBterta leiiway a.d Irripticn Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH Situated North of Track The flitierta and irrigation Go. LETHBRIDQE. j ing you feew easy It is fer them. Mrs. Pritchard says It's aeaurt ler people to go to the expense ef kirlat; a caterer for a small affair unless they plenty of money." Mr. Gflinarttti stood up am4 took a turn across the floor. "Oh, she does, does he said, defiantly. "Is that so? Well, you -Just go over to Robbetn's to-morreir and put -srhole thhag In his hands and quit worryinj. I guess we can stand i for about as easily as Al Pritchard j CS.H." j Mrs. GUraarthi iropiefl her sewing j to the floor with a delightful little I squeal, ran areuad the table, and I threw both arras his "Oh, yon elfi she cooed; j "that's just wkat I wajitad you to saf 11 BIG FIRE AT GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN Grand Raj.ids. originating last night in the base- ment of the Siegcl Company's cloak store ir. this city resulted in probv.biy losses aggregating 3150.000 in the heart of the downtown shopping dis- trict. The stock of the Siegel Co., which is owned by Sol K. Siegel and others of Chicago, is estimated to have been damaged to the extent'of Neighboring stores suffer- ed lesser losses. Irou Springs, Dec. Young People's Society hc.s bceu having j -oine good meetings lately. Every j evening the Huriuville' .school house is filled with an siastic1 audience who arc never turned j mvay unsatisfied. On Dee. 1 the meet- j 3> took the form of u Discussion Iwl. Mr. Kingston on "John Brown j y5 and 31is Work." 'Hie forces thatj made the work possible were outlined i and their application to present-day problems. The following week saw an excellent debate conducted by Messrs. M. DickonV and Geo. Foster, ri: on "T'jv.'n vs. Cinintry 1 iij." Tiie fT debutcrs were well matelu-d and inadt: r many strong points. The country, however, seemed to be most popular. A spelling match was held on Dec. j 15. in which many of the young peo-i pie participated. A very enjoyable evening was spent. Mrs. W. W. Pear- son showed greatest powers of tinuance. A chicken supper is being arranged for January 12. The com- mittee is busily scouring the coun- ing Christmas at try. We advise all whose chickens, Montana. Parquharson Gj Boisjoli Contractors for Cedar Fence Telegraph Poles, Mine Props Railroad and Mine Ties I t Tit.1 -Us I P.O. Box 304 B.C. 1 f't t JIT, >T; >TOTOy are in the habit of staying out latej The great country of which we are'companies. For lack of initiative and at night to be home for supper Lethbridge and lack of enterprise they are the limit, future, and see that the arc Gleicben; the empire Qj the The government should build the rail- too. J. Tennant is visiting near Pincher j Creek. Mrs. G. B. Thompson, of beth- bridge, is visiting her mother, Mrs. i Powell. Several parties are being I arranged for. The anxiety seems to be lest the river breaks up and spoils i the fun too soon. Little needs only one thing. I am in hearty accord with the "Voice from in his demand for railways. They are the thing needful." Without them may see a repetition of the fate some parts of Central Alberta. fact, we must have them. It is alike unjust and unl; Columbia Falls, i est need. In my humble opinion, we. HUNTED DESPERADO jhave waited teo long for the railroad SHOT HIMSELF Ab'-ovillc, La., Dec. thrilling man hunt terminated yesterday after- noon when -Roy O'Hae, a negro des- perado killed himself, after a chase ways and keep them. The profit. which accrue therefrom, might beaefit the taxpayers as one absentee stockholder of the C.P.R. we of In MARKDALE BOYS BITTEN BY A MAD DOG Markdale, Ont, negro shot officers Hollcy and Thom- the' as. At the entrance to the Chotawhatch- ie swamp a hundred men surrounded the nogro. Wounded, barefooted and tired, he saw that escape was imnos- j stole and placing the barrel of his shot Dec. dog gun to his breast he pushed the trig- iictvt; Hi is inure i -tn nPffWr'shot week two with Wa toe. His body was tied .USineSSilve to negiect ]ittle boyg Droved to have had rahies to a hns-e-v anfl flrap-o-ftrt trt little boys proved to have had rabies the best portions of this province and and the two boys have been taken Mrs. C. A. Van BrockHn is spend- refuse too long to supply their New York for treatment. to a buggy and dragged to Abbeville and placed in the court house where It lay for several hours. i I I I i A Woman is1 always glad to receive Silverware We sell Joseph Bogers 1847 the kind with the repxitation. We hare knives, forks and spoons in boxes the assortment is complete. A Splendid Christinas Gift for Your Wife One of our Universal Favorite Stoves or Hanges. The Universal Fa- vorite is gfuaranteed and is a univer- sal favorite. A gift like one of these would please your Gifts Wortn While A nickle plated Tea or Coffee Pot. Safety Razor. A Beautiful Parlor Lamp. A Carving Set. frr> Something in Triple Plated Com- munely Silverware. A pair of Opera or Field Glasses. A Shaving Outfit. Special Value m Cut Glass Our prices are the lowest in the regular and -when vre sa y "spec- ial value" it means your money goes a long way. It is worth your while to look into this. i a I I i 1 I I I o I I i I I 1 ;