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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LITHiRlDGE HEUALDTHURSDAy, DECEMBER 23, 1909. Local Budget WEARS A NO, 17 BOOT quarter inch tall, arrived the pier by Corday, who a mere stripling of 6 tonight at 8, at the Au- ditorium, Central School. VvShop early at the Hudson's Bay scores tomorrow. This will be Ieci> jrour hest gift to the employees. j WWcUta, io the Hudso.V Bav Co. store tomorrow forenoon to enjoys every mouthful. jt is a great thing when one goes to table with a hearty appetite aad digestion. Many things tend to make us eat less than the body requires. Constipation, Biliousness, Torpid Liver, Weak Impure Blood, Sick troubles affect Digestion and the desire for food. made from fruit ju j BENGOUGH see the Christmas tree. you go.ns to California on the excursion which leaves Spokani on See adv for full informa- Rev. Far her Meyer will hold servic- es as follows: Dec. 2yih, Warner and .Coutts; Dec. 2Cth, at Milk River; Dec. 2Sth at New Dayton; Jan. 1st and 2nd, Taber; Jan. 6th, Albion Ridge. Jan. 9th, Diamond City. to the inability of the For- esters to Ret together a strong team the football game arranged between the 'S.O.E. and A.O-F. for Christ- mas morning has had to be postpon-j ed. ces Bengough, the Canadian cartoonist, is said to be an all-round entertainer and one of the most versatile artists on the concert platform. He makes 254 Glyn St. his cartoons on a big pad of white paper In colored chalks. As he draws he relates humorous stories, recites funny little poems of his own com- position, and :.ever allows min- lutes to drag. The Otago Dai y Times j of'Australia, comments 'Judg- nng by the acco'unl him by jttte audience h-st evenir.jr, U may be! sjitiy said that BeiigUuj'U b'-i r-1 his i sfiison iiere is ended, will liavo be j-------------------- come u very popular entertainer in-' DAVE MILNE deed, lie is cartoonist, comedian.: K'.trniTiire poet, reciter, singer, philosopher all Carpets in one, and one feels from the mo- i ment that ne appears on the stage GEO. N. Mc-LEAN Gtnaral CarUgt jf teaming done satisfactorily. Coal Slivered C. 0. D. Phone 390 BAN-D OR class union music. M-usic for all occas- For particulars, phone 298. MADAM Pi- anist and Teacher, ;U liberty for dances, etc. Miss Xor-.ian. teacher of dancing. 022 Crabb Street. 0-6 jpr VC3 t 4 A VUU J, 4 LAAU t VAJ.M.V v-iav. w and tonics, is the best appetizer, because j that he possesses in an unusual de-: "Fruit-a-tives" makes the stomach gj-ee the power to get into sympathy liver bowels and jwith and pleasf nf kidneys blood pure aad j pie. He has the skia clean. If you want to be well strong, mobile face, a ready and feel well, take j a delightful accent. He Practical Upholsterer, ivyaircd and and laid. Ksti- nuites given. Worksliop 217 Red- path street. Box. 51. and feel well, take 500 box, ft for or trial size 250 be obtained direct from Fruit- Limited, Ottawa, with and please a gathering pie. He has a powerful smile, is ob- i viously a man who has studied men, land knows immediately their little i whims and peculiarities and weak- i nesses, and it is obvious that he cant and humbug. He has inexhaustible fund of anecdote. MRS. K. L.. Profes- SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head ol H family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-seetion of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant appear hi person at 'is- Agency or Sub- AV.. i." by JlgOIlCJ' viTivii by fcifher, ino- b'othrtj- or of intetxiing months' residence upon nd of the land in mtt have sell or If column. one insertion 4 for FOR Is a pick-up. N. W. 1-4 Sec. 35, T. 17, R. 22, West 4th, Alberta. Good farm land. per acre, cash, balance time. Look this uj> on your map. See how close the new railroad goes to it. It's a snap. J. W. Moore, 624 N. L. St., Tucoma, Wash. 10-6 SITUATIONS VACANT Block A, North Ward, Lots 32, 33, 34 and 35. Two le corners, corner Torrenco, Dry- iddington. handles this Apply Southern Alberta Loan and In- vestment Co., 4iG Dufferin street, Jtfryan block. fr0m Scuttle tonight to spend'jokes as is the tluu Sunday School will be held on Christmas vacation. day evenin- -commencing at 7.30. A I The only telephones in the Hudsons tllj wmSut cantata '.'The Crowning of Christ- j Ba.v Co. service work-ing at present, he begins to draw, quickly, firmly will be given. Parents audjare NTo.'s 313 and -113. ranidiv. and as IIP hp t.iik-and the Players wora m a manner he will conclude acres; MatthewSi 210 acres- ,S ithat seems to be a of a series of sacred tableaux illustrat- j ers, 50 acres: Flings' 130 acre's, and :to them- Teddy su- ing the Nativity. the price paid was i dience convulsed with and his songs are beyond any doabt the ever heard in this i S R GOOD SELECTION OF XMAS MEATS AND POULTRY, TUR- ,8 KEYS, GEESE, DUCKS. AND CHICKENS AT PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE. PHONE 431 ;4t Mabel Day makes a captivating Elsa daughter of the Toymaker. She o sings and acts her part with a spirit ;that delights her audience. No one ijj can afford to miss this one of the strongest of all plays presented by ;tj the San Francisco Opera Comoany, and there is little doubt that Leth- ?J> bridge will show its appreciation of cp the return of these favorites by adowski Block. Apply J. B. Kelsey. Shepard Block, evenings only, or to the Canadian Real Go., Bryan Block. 303-0 XITM coin between E residence, Redpath St 50ld 9, laoi. am' Duke street and Tor- ranee avenue, washing machine, 1 chair and i weight for horse Finder notify Wilson, the auc- tioneer. Phone 189 2 0 MONEY TO LOAN ROO-1 A3STD for two respectable men, must be sober. Apply Mrs. Robt. Adam, 1222 Fisher street 10-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOP BALF exchange well bred five year old driving mare, also good buggy and harness as part pay- ment on Lethbridge vacant property. Vddress Box 1892, "City. 10-6 rent MONEY TO LOAN-Why pay when twe can let you have io build your own house at cent. We loan money on -all that be made by othera, because money from where it u ALI Kinos of rftrm loans' DP- M 7 and 8 per cent. Be s when you want money 394. Empire Land Co. Ott 263-0 Block- FOR Buick auto, model 10, carefully handled and in first class Condition. Price For partic- ulars calpat 1310 London Road or drop card in F. 0. Box 352. fi-e FOR SALE OR roomed shack. Duff addition, Blk. 18. Pricr C. Westley, St. 8-0 MONEY TO and Insur- ance on farm and city property, ply the Southern Alberta Loan Investment Co., 416 Dufferin street Bryan Wock. 298-0 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Fong Long has purchased the entire inter- in the King Edward Restaurant from his oartner Long Kee Chong. 10-3 R S bargain, one Kruger JFicelet containing nine gold ns. partieulars see the Leth- bridge Jewelry Co. for collections We-are getting the money for others Vhy not for yon. Lethbridge Special y Co., Box 2053. 439. Roorr Shepard Block. 3-T 'OR organ. Slfl.ttO cash nd ?1rt.OO a month for four-month? viTl'huy this bpautifnl An lv" io fC.'L Spurrier. Sf.J Crnbb St PATRIARCHE CO., PATKtAEOHE BLOCK, Old Ontario Bank Building, SCOTT ST., TORONTv ADDISON up to date undertakers and eTrrbalmers in' the black nncl white C-TS. O'Rce next the new Herald office, Phone O.S2. Strict, attention paid -to all cases. Parlors :open day and night. Big special Christmas matinee at 2.30. DreSTiting Nat Goodwin's great success, "The prices 25c and 50c. Tomorrow night, "The Idler" at the Lyceum by tne Stoao'art players. For a first-class job in CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies'or Gents'Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 358 HIDES, PELTS, FURS Wanted at 405 Smith St, J. YOUNG The Pram on s ad iliac AUTOMOBILES T. S. McKenzie, Dist. Agent Phone 274 P.O. B0x 547 Get your in Ea-rly. ;