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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LtTMBaiDQE, ALitRTA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23. Christmas Some estions Selecting Suitable Gifts is undoubtedly.a problem. .80 many things to choosa from and such an assortment of prices that the task of choosing is almost bewildering. .It is especially so for the man who desires to purchase something useful for his wife, mother or sisters The message of this advertisement is to assist in gift buying for all members of the family. items are selected from various departments and will make acceptable remembrances. _______ LADIES' grift always acceptable. Our assort- ment is not very large, as waists here have bec-n selling very fa-t, "hut some very pretty ones l.-fi. Ladies pfoin and figured net trim mod with insertion. S4.00. Ladies all over luce waists, lat- styles in cream white a.vi ecru, and R U C HIN shipment of Chrsimas ruchhur came m by I a couple o! clays acre; put up in assorted iauey boxes with holly design on cover, very pret- ty. 'Prices, 35o and 50e per fcox. We have a large stock of ru ch- in S in all colors, sold by. the yard, from 40c to 60C. EVENING SCARPS' delicate' designs. A dainty gift. and not get a small rug for the house. We have many combinations of colors to choose from. TecUBiseh russ. and Axminster, and UO. FANCY show cases show striking1 displays in fancy goods. You will find iimiiv useful articles various shades any one of which will de- light the heart of the recipient. Fancy pin cushions, the long design, prettily worked and fin- ished, and Handkerchief Sachets, a pop- ular gift. to Hand painted collar boxes, pretty and dainty. 75C. LADIES SILK MUFFLERS very fetching gift. We have u beautiful assortment in both and Dresden effects. Prices to LEATHER have, a pretty and useful line of leather novelties, and you may find many inexpensive urUCa.es that will 'prove acceptable re- membrances. Leather music roll. Leather handbags in new bat- tle axe design, Leather writing cases, leather lined. Leather sets for handkerchiefs and doves. and C OJM PORTERS _Eiderdown comforters at GIFTS FROM THE SHOE DEPARTMENT Moccasins for ladies and child- ren, trimmed with beads, aud Men's Wig-warn slippers. Si.50 and t Ladies' knitted bedroom slip- Men's carpet slippers. Si.20. Men's fancy velvet slippers, Men's tan crocodile slippers, Men's Pullman slippers. In the holiday season one goes beyond sugar, eggs and flour and adds fancy groceries to the list. Check over these items, see if you have overlooked anything. Fresh celery, lOc Ib. Cranberries. 25c" Ib. Cabbages, 4c Ib-. Xavel oranges, 40c and 50e. Fresh dates, 15c ib. Special table figs, 20e Ib. Apples, per box. Crosse and Blackwell's crys- talized sugar, 50c a box. Fresh cracked pecans, in Ib. box, 30c. Mixed nuts, 25 c, Ib. Christie's fruit cake, 35c Ib. Huntley Palmer's biscuits Acorn, Reading Shortbread. D inner, Nursery Hymes, Philippines, Alaska Wafers. Table raisins, 25c. All kinds of sauces and rel- ishes. Smith's preserves. Olives. Lime -Juice, 50c and GOc per bottle. Fresh tomatoes. 20c Ib. Imperial Mixture tobacco in tins, 25c, 40c, Toe Cigarettes. Don't overlook cur liquor de- partment in ordering your noli; day wines and liquors. Admission 15c AND 25c Continuous Performan- ces 7.45 TO STRICTLY UNKDN THEATRE! Mr. R. D. HILLIARD Presents MISS MIG- NONNE PHILIPS CO. in their Repertoire Burlesque.............-r-....'..........Uncle Tom's Cabin Model Husband 4 Complete Changes This Week TnillPUT First Performance The Adventuress Unlhlll 2nd O. D. PADDOCK The King of Dancers A Dumb Hero Latest Moving.Pictures Don't Forget we are Giving You Something New Every 'Night WE HAVE GOOD MUSIC Lethbridge Fire Fighting Equipment Continued from Previous Page.) may receive the full benefit of your reduction before December 31st, if at all possible. Can you arrange for this? Yours truly, E. A. CTjOSTNINGHAM. Winnipeg, Dec 10, 1903. E. A. Cunningham. Chairman, Fire.. Water and Light Committee., Lethbridge, Alta. Dear Sir: In reference to your communication of December 2nd-re the improvements that have been made in your Fire Department, I desire to say that in- asmuch as it is expected the fire hall THE THATEN DUO Vaudeville A PATIENT'S DREAM 1 Onion Fiend 2. English Man in the Harem 3. Ostrich Farm at Nice FEATUBE Bellriager s Daughter g and Dreams i ou Prices I5c and 25c Continuous Performance Starting at 7.30 VENEZUELA IS RESTLESS. j Willeuistedt, Curaeoa, Dec. Williamstedt is still without direct i news from but reports j brought in here today by tho steamer; Seeula indicate that the political out- i break against President Castro at Caracas last week has ;be-en followed by developments showing the con-; tinued unrest of the country. It is! declared that the political prisoners i at Puerto Cu hello have been set at liberty, and have imprisoned several partisans of President Castro there, j Furthermore, it is rumored that the j two Venezuelan delegates have left Caracas for "Willernsiadt to open nego- tiations with the Colonial Govern- ment looking to an arrangement o.f the existing difficulties. O, D. Paddcck, the college boy dancer, at the Lyceum tonight. He is there with the goods. I h i i i I t i i i (I For Saie-Coa! Mine Machinery 6 Boilers, 150 h.p., 125 Ib. working pressure 2 Second-hand Return Tubular Boilers, RO Ib. working pressure 2 Ingersoll-Sergeaut Class A Straight Line Air Compressors 1 4 Wheel Saddle Tank Steam Locomotive. 42 in. gauge Lidgerwood Electric Mine Hoists. 75 h.p. 4 Jeffrey Electric Locomotives. 30 in gauge 1 Aid rich Portable Electric Mine Pump, M in. gauge 1000 Hadfieid Manganese Steel Mine Car Wheels, 18 in. diameter 10 Tons 2-i in. Square Soft Steel new, suitable for making mine car axles All the above equipment in good workable condition and oSered for immediate shipment, subject to prior sale. Owing to above machinery having been re- placed by laryer equipment, we are prepared to make PIS-CCU OV "V- IIAV- I" it to your advantage to investigate fully before pur- chasing elsewhere. Full particulars upon applica- Nest Pass Coal Co. Ltd. tiou to Tl 1 he trows J. B. TURNEY, Purchasing Agent Fernie, B.C. Sensible and Serviceable Xmas Presents Lamps Hanging Lamps Hall Lamps .Dining-room Lamps Reading Lamps We have a beautiful display in this department, stocked for the holiday trade. For Father or Brother A Safety Razor The Ever Ready The Gillette The Star Griffin Cutlery A fine assortment of this line. A wide range to select from. One of our Pocket Knives just the thing to please that boy. We have just opened a new and beautiful stock of GUT GLASS. These goods will interest prices are sure to. We can supply you with the best SKATES and HOCKEY STICKS. Marked at Holiday season prices. Bathroom Fixtures by the rapid- ly increasing demand for Bath Room .Fixtures, we have just received a very beautiful line of new and artistic designs covering a wide range of prices. The Fixtures are of the finest, most dnraWe nickle plate, and such that yon could not but be interested in their beauty and utility. Tt would be a pleasure nO jisvG. you cs.ri ano. ex- amine them whether you are an intending pur- chaser or not. C. GRHY LETHBRIDGE, ALTA Cox's Dairy Fresh Cream Milk from Tiffin's Farm Delivered Daily O ur Cleanliness and Purity" P.O. Box U Resilience, Jrgyle live, i LONGBOAT TO RACE SHRU3B. -Toronto, Dec. 22. At a coniereru of Pat Powers, manager of the Mac] son Square Gardens, Alf Shrubb aii Tim Flanapan. and Tim O'Eourke x presenting Longboat, a contract "w? thon distance., 26 miles 385 yarq race, 1-, 9 V will be completed and the appliances; ordered, will be installed shortly. we prefer to let .the matter wait un- j and Shrubb -on January 26, at Ma-i til all such improvements are fin- son Square Gardens, the full Mai; ished. Of the credit -which we agreed to I allow the City of Lethbridge in ourj a communication of June 14th, 1907, ten cents has already been granted from the basic rates, of which you j have no doubt been advised and therefore the only credit remaining now is for the Fire Hall and Appli- ances, which we will be very glad to allow, as before mentioned. You are entitled to a great deal of credit for your labors in connection with the improved fire appliances and the Brigade, and the people of Leth- bridge should certainly feel grateful toward you. You may be sure that this Association appreciates what you have done, which has already been, and. will be .further, substantially re- cognized. Yours very' truly, .W.H.BTRCH, Secretary-Treasurer. I 4 Menu AT THE AT THE EUREKA. Under the title 01 "The "Patient's Dream" the Thaten Duo introduced to packed houses on Monday evening a new and high class comedy sketch. The part of the patient is played with his customary ability by Mr. Thaten whilst that of nurse, Japan- ese girl, French girl, western girl, and bride, respectively, are admirably .sustained by Miss Thaten. The changes in the- acl performed by Miss Thaten are remarko.ble indeed nncl exceeding- j ly "clever. The plot of the sketch is briefly the patient, in charge of a nurse, in her temporary absence, dreams of all the j girls ho has ever flirted with and these appear in quick succession be- j fore astonished eye. The effect of this on the patient can be better im- agined than described and the fun that the various situations pro- voke, keeps tho audience in screams of laughter.- Special mention should bo made of the song introduced, en- titled, "There's no Place like the Old Home Town." This fairly brought down the house. This week at the Eureka is certain- ly a dandy and a treat "th.it 710 one should lose the opportunity of parti- cipating in. EARL GREY'S IDEA. Montreal, Dec. the civic reception given tonight to Earl Grey, the latter, speaking of Canada, said nothing could prevent tho country from going ahead if the work of im- proving the transportation routes be- tween the Atlantic and Pacific and the steoinshifr services from Canadian ports, and principally Montreal, worn kept up to meet requirements. Hear the Thatens in their sang, "There's no Place Like the oid Home Town." V Alberta Restaurant CHRISTMAS-1908 Dinner served continuous- ly from 12 until 7.30 p.tn. Select Oysters Salted Almonds Fresh Olives SOUPS Cream of asparagus Consomme FISH Boiled Lake Superior Trout a la Maitrc d'Hotel Stuffed Halibut do Muringue with marble potatoes SALAD Celery Steak Asbut New England style BOILED Boiled sugar-cured Ham Chariipagnr Suuce- Boiled Lamb Tongue Sauce Velonte5 ENTREES oi'uce de Mederej Braisod Domestic Duck __ a la Bomde laise SWEET ENTRIES Red Current Jelly Tart ROASTS Young Turkey, Chestnut Dressing, Cranberry Sauce- Wild Goose and Green Apple Sauct- Prime Ribs Jus VEGETABLES Steamed and Mashed Potatoe1. "Trench Peas in Butter Corn on the Cob DESSERT English Deep Apple Pie Lemon Merangu-1. Hot Mince Pie Christmas Plum Pudding Hard and Brandy Sauc; Port Wine Jelly r Whipped Creaky, Pine Apple Jelly Whipped CrearlJ Cnkc .Nuts Fresh Raisins Lady American Cheese Tea Coffee Mil; ;