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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HNEST JOB PRINTING AT "THE M ERAL.D lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY fiien in Lethbridge is the ULU8 HOTf living i large assort- Carving Sets on fend ve for the next two days, give 20 per cent off to clear COME EARLY UNO GET HIST CHOICE THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 I GIVE HIM Hair A Safety Razor A pair of Military Brushes A triplicate Shaving Mirror A Tobacco Jar A Pipe or a box of Cigars A box of Chocolates A China Cup and Saucer A Work Box An Ebony Mirrcr A bottle 6? Perfume Call and see them at J.0. 8ipbothani8Co.Ltd, Family and Dispensing: Chemists T elephone 45 Resident Night Clerk it XMAS WEEK BARGAINS At the Good Co. Our Enormous Removal Sale is Still Going On and the Bar- gains we are offering is simply astonishing. We are rushed with business and haven't much time but we would ask you to call and get some of our bargains while they last. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the city. We will be open every night till Xmas. Closed on Saturday Wishing Everybody Compliments Of The Season NELSON GOW CITY AND DISTRICT f Mrs. IMeClenaghan will not receive j tomorrow. Your last chance to see this high-1 class comedy act at the Eureka. j 78 new members have recently been j added to the local miners' union. i XMAS PRESENTS You can always send BOOKS BOX of NOTE PAPER FOUNTAIN PENS CALENDARS and many other use- ful PRESENTS we can show you. only we are offering- California Navel Orangres at 25c per doz or GSSS. You should secure a case of these wliile they last. APPLE8--AVaslnn.irt.oiv Xo. i stock. Xew price for this week per box price this week, per doz. 20c NEW ll- inoiuls. Filberts and peanuts. Our price this week, per Ib. 20c. XMAS spe- cial discount of per cent, while they last. and Mocha. aiv still selling this coffee at 3 Ibs. for .Keirular price 45c. 3 lots Ashmead St., 27 x 125 ft each, per lot, terms cash, balance 12 months. ALBERT E. IVES, OLIVER BLOCK FOR RENT four Cottages to SIS a month G. c. MCDONALD Room 6 Whitney Blk. v ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 1st Door West of union Bank Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. Just For Xmas We have classy, clever gifts goods for ladies or gentlemen. They are better than usual, embracing; the newest ideas. Onr prices are as attractive as onr goods. mbertBDrupodBooliCo, Prescription Specialists I B. RIPLEY, Mor. LETMRIDBE The Store of Quality Owing to our extensive Xmas Trade we are compelled to stay open every night until Xmas. PHONE 21 GRRflflRFFR P Pfl OilAuDLLn bll. The Only ONION Store In the City j Xmas neckwear arrived today at -Me i j Kelvie McGuire's, I A mcieting of the plumbers of the i city will be held tonight in the La- hor Hall at S o'clock. I Entire cnange of pictures tonight I at the Lyceum. The Labor Bulletin reports thai considerable feelmg has arisen among the men employed at the Royal Col- lieries, Lethbridge, owing to the mine superintendent ordering all miners to work a full ten hour shift under- ground. Tonight, first performance .Lyceum, "The second perform- ance, "Hew Dutchy Became an Actor. The Labor Bulletin says that a I movement is on foot to organize a local of the U. M. W. of A. at Ash- croft's mine, Lethbridge, this being the only non-union mine in this dis- trict at present. New arrivals for Christmas at Kelvie McGwire's include fancy knit ted. neckwear. 31. L. Shover, manager of the 3tU- aini Farming Co. of New Dayton, has brought his family to this city to re- side and lias secured a residence on Crabb St. He has purchased four lots on Crabb St. and will erect two residences thereon. For convenience, comfort and scon- I omy buy a Cadillac automobile. 0. W. Kerr Co. agents, Whitney Block. A meeting of the officials of the Western Coal Operators' Association and Dist. NO. IS, U. M. W. of A. will be held hi Lethbridge on Jan. 12, '09, for the purpose of making ar- rangements to meet in joint conven- tion to renew agreements, which ex- j pire at all mines in this District on April 1st, 1909. j Wouldn't you like some 'possum j and baked potatoes for your Christ- i mas dinner? p. Burns and Co., Ltd., I have the 'possum. I New arrivals for Xmas at McICeh'ie knitted neckwear, j 3Ir. and Mrs. A. H. UcTCeowri an-! nounce that the marriage of their _ HOCKEY PRACTICE AT 9.60 TO- daughter Hazel to T. Alex. Horni- brook of Ca.'ig.'iry will take place on Stewart, of Fernie, B. C.. is We are rushed with business and haven't much time, but we would ask you to call and get some of our Bargains while they last. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the city The Good Co. Phone 98 CITY AND DISTRICT. Louis Keel will erect a residence on G-lyn St. near Geo. Perry's. Ever hear of Blue Fish? Rare, hence somewhat expensive; 40 cents a Ib., but it is delicious. Phone us. P. Burns and Co., Ltd. E. TJ.- Rylands is moving to his new residence on Bartlett St. today. See the Thaten Duo in this high- comedy, "A Patient's Dream." Everyone enjoys themselves at the Eureka. Three bis; acts, 5 feature pictures, two illuminated, and excellent music at the Lyceum tonight. WANTED AT ONCE For Sale Two Six room houses modern R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK lots on A sh m ead St., facing east E1AGH, Half cash, balance in 3 and 6 months. A. L S. Ripley If you wish to see a high-class dra-1 matic sketch come to the Lyceum. First performance 7.45. TELEPHONE 294 Office 8 Macdonald Block See the beautiful stage effect at the Eureka. "THE ADVENTURESS." By special request Hilliard Phillips and Co. will prr-sent their big suc- cess, "The at the Ly- ceum at the first performance tonight. and on Thursday evening "The "Model Husband." CITY AND DISTRICT Saturday, "Dec. 26 at the family resi- deuce. Westminster Road, and also i that the marriage of their daughter j Grace to Andrew Tilley, of the firm i of Skeith Tilley will be celebrated ion Monday the 28th. j Just ask your friend how he enjoy- ed the show at the Eureka. The Mimnia Farming Co. of New i Dayton under the management of M. L. Shover, ;s setting out, to do things noxt season. The company will push 'k-vclopiiK-jit, on their Ihv thousand jtcrr: t'ann six miles out of New Day- ion, which they purchased in Septem- ber. power will be introduc- and M big tract broken up in the spring. Tt is said that this company luive erected the best barn west of Moose -Taw. They also have a bam in New Dayton too for their own ac- ears of settlers' effects wore unloaded at that promising little burg. in the city today, on business. Entire change of program at the Lyceum tonight. T. B. Rose left this week to spend n couple of weeks at Irorjiiois, OUT.. Big Xmas matinee at the Lyceum. E. P. Muler of Taber is on busi- ness in tht'i city today. W. .T. Nelson leaves on Christmas morning for the cast. What about some Blue Points on the shell for the greatest feast day in Christendom? The largest, fattest, best tasting oyster grown. P. Sums and Co., Ltd. II. C. McMullen of Calgary is in today. A. C. lioss of Calgary arrived in city last night. Call early, and get your choice of Christmas trees, holly, mistletoe and other flowers at Geo. Taylor's, florist, corner Bartlett and London Road. 2-11 TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION TO house, partly furnish- ed u desired, on Bompas St. Apply E. Brvan. cor. Ford and Cutbill. 11-6 laboring man, leather purse, containing Will finder kindly leave at Herald Office. 114 I Choosing an Overcoat I Taste must determine the particular style of cut and the pattern of the fabric, But there are other ESSENTIALS which taste should not decide: the fashion, the fit. the construction and workmanship. For these you must rely upon the maker, Choose a Sanford Coat and you will get satisfaction. Sauford Clothing has always held the leading place in Canada. W. E. SANFORD HAMILTON. ONT. Limited WINNIPEG, MAN. A I Christmas Greetings! Wt WILL PUP UP lumber at this yard asrainst any other lurnbt.T in the country. Floor lumber, standing lumber, or .-niyothi-r kind of lumber, bought nt tiii.s yard, is guaranteed in .-ac-h :iml overy par- ticular. LUMBER FOR CHRISTMAS? Why notp Certainly. Buy it and build a house and present it to your wife. Anything in the lumber line, get it hero. Rincf up piv us your order. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. Ltd. TELEPHONE 23 and 123 rLAST DAY Perfume, Candy, Cigars, Books, Boxes of Paper and Envelopes, Fountain Pens J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription DfU Fathc-rv pipe .should be given a res-t for a time. Let. it have a vacation right away. We can replace it with a pipe that will please his pipe that will cheer Iiini ,up. Don't delay making a selection from our varied and choice .stock right awav. I QUALITY QUARTERS Cigars Cigar Cases Cigarette and Cigarette Cases Tooacco and Pouclies hiive" the bt-rits in these and any of them are extremely acceptable. as Christmas gifts. R. W.Wallace I THESMOKERS'HEADQUARTERS We extend to our customers and friends our best wishes for a Happy Christmas We take this opportunity of thanking the public for their hearty support given ihis year. We have done everything in our power to give the best goods at fair prices. That ovsr appreciation of the many valued orders given us this year may be shown in a tangible way, we have made even greater preparations to supply everything in the Men's Wear Line for the next year. We will positively give the best that can be had for the money. That your 1908 Christmas may be "The Happiest Yet" is the sincere wish of iMcKELVIE McGUIRE i SELL EVERYTHING MEN WEAR PHONE 154 i ;