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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PNtST JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD Ifie Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACK TO STAY Iftei in Lethbridge is the BJILLJI5 NOTE living a large assort- j: Kit of Carving Sets 11 kind we will, for the next two days, give 21 per cent off to clear j GIVE HIM COME EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOiCE THE------- HICK HAROWARE CD. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phonp 62 P.O. Box 670 A Safety Razor A pair of Military Hair 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 J. 0. Higintota S Co. ltd. Family and Dispensing T eiephone Resident Night Cierk The Store of Quality j A Merry Xmas To All PHONE 21 G. BRAOBEER CO. The Only H Store In the City A Grand Exhibition HOCKEY MATCH To Be Played At the Leth- bricCge Rink CHRISTMAS I TIGHT REMEMBER We have many USE- FUL PRESENTS that wilUielp out of DIF- FICULTIES TONIGHT Wish you all tk e Compliments of the Season ROBERTSON'S BOOK ST5H[ 1st Door West of Onion Bank Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. I CITY AND DISTRICT I Double hill at the Eureka tonight. Miss -McKay is spending her holi- I days at Calgary and Banff, C-et some fancy candy baskets or canes at Rochon's tonight. 3t is understood a hemp factory will be started in Alberta. Flax straw will used. j Union Band at the Lyceum tonight. Rochon's fancy hand painted boxes of chocolates are going one before they are all gone. THE WEATHER. Lethbridge, fair........ 43 26 today and on Fri- day; stationary or a little higher tem- perature. Ten vaudeville stars Xmas week at the Lyceum. (it'll. will sponrt Christ- mas day in Calgary. PINCHER CREEK VS. LETHBRIDGE ivuvg HiaJUi ITWJ (Tin i uvi. in Puck At 8 O'Clock Admission 250 We will be open every night till Xmas. Closed on Saturday Wishing Everybody Compliments Of Season NELSON GOW W 4 it 3 lots Ashmead St., 27 x 125 ft. each, per lot, terms cash, balance 12 months. I 4 ALBERT E. IVES, OLIVER BLOCK j; FOR RENT Four Cottages to a month G. c. MCDONALD :uey 81k. CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT. "Westminster Church was packed TFltil a CrOxVu Oi JOuy jTil'iS and boys and a large number of old- S. J. Shepherd will ent his Christ- cr people who came to welcome Saii- mas dinner in CnTgury. As usual Frank Christmas with Creek. Hyde friends I I ta Glaus on his first aunual visic to will spend the Sunday School, and he received Miss Hewitts'. Mrs. Wilson's, Mrs. Reclding's. and Mr. McLclland's class- es performed their parts very credit- ably. The duet by Francis and Mar- cus Dunsworth came in for a great deal of commendation. After the children had been given their presents jolly old St. Nick, Xmas Dinner at the Arlington Hotel Plncher such a hearty, welcome that he is sure hc had to prcsent lo Mrs- Headquarters for pure candy, fancy: "The Adventuress" will be seen novelties in candy, etc.. .Rochon's. to come again. The church was very tastily decorated with paper chains, 4 You can .bring your .wife, your T children, or your sweetheart to the j Eureka. Miss Woodroofe left on the local to spend the holidays at her home in Calgury. at' again at the Lyceum Xmas night, j evergreens, mottoes, etc.. and the tree Mr. H. E. Playle and family arriv- delighted the children with its orna- nard and Miss McCullocb, which had i been placed on the tree by the mem- bers of their classes. Lethbridge is to have a business 4 j college. A branch of the Garbutt Business College of Calgary will be opened in the Stafford block On Jan. j 4. Geo. .1. Schmidt will be the prin- j cipal. ed last night from Red Deer and are the guests of Mr. R. Xiven, Sr.. of thiscity. Harrington, the socialist can- didate in the provincial election at Feniie is spending Christmas v.-Jth W. Symonds. He may address a meet- ing in the Labor Hull before he .re- turns. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dunbar. stars of gilt-edge comedy. The Model Restaurant in the Hill Tomorrow a inents and candles. The programme was a surprise in that the pupils per- formed their parts rcmarkaby well in view of the fact that they had very little preparation. Kaeh class was responsible for at least one number. Mrs. Lytle captivated the children for fifteen minutes with an original Christ mas story in which Santa was the hero. The reading oi "The a bi-weekly paper edited by Miss Mc- Culloch's organized class of boys in- terested the older people. Mrs. Barn- j Piche and Miron cordially invite opeiis tonight. j the public to v.s.t their store tonight spedal Christmas dinner win be ard's class of were 1uite entei" jand inspect their display of Xmas j from 12 _o 7 We umierstaild aining in their dialogue, "Killed with I meats. _, ._. kindness" and Susie Simnrs rocita- _ and daughter, of that the management 01 this new rwtaurant are settin out to Give her I Perfumery for Xmas. We like to show you the latest io.'iir life, daintiest odors in handsome unique holiday packages. She will ap- preciate them. his .sister., Mrs. C. i at No. 3. i Mr. and Mrs. T. Taylor, oi Gal-j gary. are spending the Christmas holi'-i i day with NT. and Mrs. Jas. A. Mc- Donald. ?j Change of program at the Lyceum i tonight. P. J. McCauley whose foot was so severely crushed in the accident at Frank, Is this morning reported to be much improved, the operation of re- moving one of the crushed metacnrpal giving great relief from pain. Wurzburger Hofbrand Pilsenerbeer i just arrived from Pilsen, .Bohemia, j will be on tap at Hotel Dallas on S j Chistmas Day. i Monarch is not more than three j months old hut Adam Link rermii'keu i to the Herald today that it was j right up to dote. A kiln of l.rick a brick house. upiuns, j ljlat t-ne pubiic are sure patronize. Special Xmas matinee tomorrow. I at the Lyceum. Big program. Don't miss it. Albert T. Woods, who has been a resident of this city for the past two and wiio has been working with Amos Harrison in the bricklav- CITY AND DISTRICT A. T. Hornibrook, the fiancee of Miss McEwen. arrived in. the city yesterday. Mrs. J. B. Murray and Mrs. Perry have left the city to spend the holi- day with friends in Fergus. The Hudson's Bay Co.'s store win- dow this morning had to be half cleared to supply the current demand. is the Christmas rush. Services at St. Augustine's church tomorrow will be as 8.30, plain; 11 choral celebration oi the Holv Communion. .Communion services at St. Marv s tion surprised everyone with her abil- ,r. _, n r' i _ i Mission Church at 9.30. ity as a reader. Boulton, of Mrs. Byrom's class and her three dolls came in .for a great .deal ol ap- plause. The pupils of Mrs. Jones' Singing, dancing and more than we can tell you of at the Eureka. i was -burned there and I fully modern, erected. i some. ing and plastering business, left last night, for Pincher Creek, where he will make his home in the future. Don't fail to see the display of Xmas meats at Piche and Miron's tonight. The 'ringleaders of the Fan Tan joint broken up by the city police last week were brought up again before Magistrate McDougall to receive sen- tence. Sing Lee, the proprietor of the house where the gamblers met re- ceived a severe reprimand from the magistrate and fined 810 and costs. A charge of gambling could That's going-j not be proven against the other Chi- namen, but for being in the house and Don't fail to get acquainted with Prescription Specialists A, B. filPLEY, Mgp. LETIIBHiDEE reka. Piche Miroa's .delivery horse cre- ated a little excitement on Round St. this morning. When starting from tin- Kean. Block one of the tugs came undone and the driver, Bert McKcown was pulled oft his sent onto the road. The horse ran down to the Hudson's j Bay stores pulling the waggon by the i holdback straps. Tt jarred two or i rigs that were stumling on the. i street and finally got free from the j rig by running astride a hydrant, i Very little damage was done. j See the sunny side of an actor's life j at the Eureka. i The Salvation Army Sunday school i ;IH- having iheir annual Christmas live entertaitvment on Monday next. 2Sth. at 8 p.m. The chil- :i hrivi: a full program of vocal and iiistrunierital pieces, recitations, dia- and drills, etc. Everybody 1 Attend. Proceeds entirely de- led 10 further Sundav school work watching the game each were fined It Us 4? iTime For court. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Milliard Phillips and .Co. will present 'The Model Hus- band" at the Lyceum tonight, and not as stated in our big ad. Also Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dunbar. stars of gilt-edge comedy, have been added to the bill as a Christmas week feature. See Piche and Miron's meat market tonight. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION gold watch with black fob and gold charm. Finder will re- ceive reward by returning same to office of Hatch and Coons. 12-1 WILL PU f UP lumber sold at this yard against any other lumber in the country. Floor lumber, standing lumber, or .-my other kind of lumber, bought at ill i.s is guaranteed in eneh and '-'Very ticular. I LUMBER FOR CHRISTMAS? Why not? Certainly, fiuy and build a house and present it to your wife. Anything in tha lumber line, get it, hero. Ring us 1.1 p and give u> your order. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. Ltd. ELEPHONE 23 and 123 r LAST DAY GOODS Perfume, Candy, Ogars, Books, Boxes of Paper and Envelopes, Fountain Pens J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist QUAL.ITV QUARTERS A Change Fathers pipe should be given a rest 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 hirr: Don't delav making a selection from our varied and choice stock right awav. Cigars Cigar Cases Cigarette and Cigarette Cases Tobacco and Pouches We have the in these linos, and any of them are extremely acceptable as Christmas jrifts. R. W.Wallace i HAD A GOOD TIME. About fifty of the Young People, connected with the Baptist Church, spent a social evening in the church basement Tuesday night. The social was a grand success ev- erybody giving themselves wholeheart! edly to the seeking and making of wholesome fun. A splendid program was arranged by a committee formed of the mem- bers of the Society. The following! friends gave enjoyable Gibson, Miss McDonald. Mrs. IJorne, and A. T. Woods. Rev. Wm. Keid gave a short address and the humorous monologue Jamie- son and the School Board." Jack Buckingham, who is taking the A. T. M. course in elocution gave two i readings and will on completing his' course be a good artist, both read-{ i ings heincr >iim-h appreciated und, ing a favorable impression on his au- j dience. After the programme tea was served by the ladies and then the company indulged in parlor games till midnight, when the gathering was brought to a The young peo- ple unanimously voted this to he the most enjoyable and successful social function ever held in the Church par- lor. MENU. j Count-Oysters Raw j SOUP j Mulligatawny Consomme a la Uoyal i FISH Boiled Salmon a la Tartar I SALAD Shrimp a la Mayonaise SOILED Sugar Cured Ham Champagne Sauce Ox Tongue, Caper Sauce ENTREES Chicken American Style Breaded Lamb Chops a la petit pois SWEET ENTREE Raspberry Cabinet a la Richelleau JOINTS AND ROASTS Prime Ribs of Beef Yorkshire Young Veal and Dressing Young Turkey Cranberry Sauce COLD MEATS Cold Pork and Cold Beef VEGETABLES Boiled and Mashed Potatoes Fried Parsnips Stewed Tomatoes DESSERT Lemon Pie Hot Mince English Deep Apple Pie English Christmas Plum Pudding. Hot Sauce Brandy Sauce Fruit Cake Scottish Short Bread Port Wine Jelly Cream Custard Sauce Xuts Fruit Tea Coffee Milk Green Tea CHRISTMAS FOOTBALL MATCH. The Christmas Day football match between the Sons of England and the Ancient Order of Foresters promises j to be one of the best games seen in j the city. T.ho S. 0. E. team will line j up as follows: goal, Wade: backs. Far i ris. Firt.h; half-backs, Hill, Jenkins j arid Oliver; forwards. Stevenson, Fra- ser, ITolberton. Barber and Bowden; reserves. West ley, Ely, Elton. The A. O. F. team will be selected from the following-: Stevens, Chiswick. Rossi- ter. Whitehead, Doe, Wilson. Hodge, "Turner, Isaac. Wellington, Sunnier, Laing. Referee. A. .L. .Jones. T wo lots on Ashmead St.. facing east "The Model Husband" 'at the Ly- ceum icnight. i The Model Restaurant New Hill Bl'k Special Din- Half cash, balance in 3 aud 6 months. A. L S. Ripley TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonald Block WANTED AT ONCE For Sale Two Six room modern houses R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK from 12 noon till o'clock See What the Restaurant can do John Contain PROPRIETOR A New School A branch of the Garbutt Business College, Canary, will open in the Stafford Block here on Jan. 4th next. For particulars about Day School or Night School apply to firo. J. Schmidt. Prin. THE SMOKEKS'HEADQUARTERS BIG OFFERING AT THE EUREKA. "Comrn.-neing tonight there will be an entire change of vaudeville at this popular play house. The clever Tha-j tfii JDuo, who are now playing their i fourth week in our city, and clraw-j ing packed houses every night, will present another of their original Dutch acts, entitled "Two Dutch Ser-j vjintji." This act will be another i screnm, the patrons of the Eure- ka well know that when '-it is Dutch comedy presented by the Thatens it i.- Al in every respect. Our bill will! be made much stronger by the addi- tion of another very clever act. en- titled the "ActorV Flirtation." This is another screamingly funny sketch, and greatly to the already wide reputation they have won in our city. IH this act the Thatens will portray the sunny side of an actor's life. This very clever team is the talk of the town, and every friend you meet on the street, will ask, "Say! have you seen the Thnton? at the Eureka? Are they not the dandy little That's the best show T have, seen inj Lethbridge." You can always get your money's worth at the Eureka. We wish you one and a3J, and especiafty our custom- ers and the g'irJs A MERRY XMAS We giving Special Discount on all Xmas Goods between Xwias and New Year. Get a lot of Bargains while they last. Our store -will be open all day Saturdry, 26th December The GOOD CO. ---------------------PHONE 98 ;