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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta P rntc ro ALL TRAINI Hotel Windsor Day Hbul In W W e Daily Herald WHtN IN LtTHBftlDQl The Dallas Hotel the Beat Mbit Convenient Plact to Stay 9 To Friends and Patrons of this store: The Season's Heartiest .Greetings! You have helped to, make this year's business a wonderful success and we take this opportunity to thank you., and we wish you and yours A Happy New Year Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Phone 762 Pf O. Box We Give Special Attention to Mai! KEEK'S ARE THE BEST! NAVEL ORANGES 25c' 5Qc Per Dozen.' -GRAPE FRUIT 3 for 25c. ALMERIA GRAPES 30c nor Ib. ALMOND PASTE In Tin 50c each. FIGS, SMYRNA 15c per Ib. The Store of Quality GBO. Kerri Co. Pftone 1453 CHOICE FRESH CHURNED CREAMERY BUTTER Is needed to make your meals taste right. We have fresh churned Cloverhill. and Kneebill Brands of Butter. The reputation of these two brands is well known. Price 2 Ibs. for 75c THE GOOD COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 623 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELJVEPY lift ve-Tcu- tried .OUR BULK SWEET GHERKINS AND DILLS UNO' RAISINS CURRANTS DRAINED PEELS Shelled Walnuts. Almonds, etc. Apples by the box. Eating and Cooking C raoc k Vi ner FAMILY GROCERS SHERLOCK 1LDO, PHONE 515 How about that Gramophone? A new shipment of S25 machines Just received. Also large stock of records. Victor or Cohuabia Eecords 1st door west of Union Bank .PHONE 1265 Agents for EMPIRE and Typewriters. CHILDREN'S COUGHS Children's coughs are great- ly helped and soothed by giv- ing them our BABY COUGH SYRUP "Why let them racK. their their bodies in a distressing manner when you. can so eas- ily have on hand a reliable 25c the bottle. AXBERTA DRUG CO. A. B. Ripley, Mnr. Phone 772 NEW YE AITS CONFEC- TIONERY Leggett's and Neilson's Chocolates have proven their worth. tJneerefi by" having- the acme: of perfec- tion In chocolates. LEGETTS on the taWe, For sale M SIVKSS LOCALS Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quick, message and bag- gage delivery. Omce "307 Crabb St. 210-0 While they balance of the Christmas Greetings, including enve- lopes; at 5 cents each, at the .Herald Job Dept. 7-0 Lall up Crown Cleaners, corner of Redi-ath and BurdeU streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Phone'4 74. 172-0 Phone 632 Pony Express; baggage transferred, removals, coal. C.Q.D. 308-0 Amateur photographers- can secure something they are looking for in mounts at the Herald -Job'Depart- ment. -o Bailiffs Sale: of hay, at old 'HembVyck7 Farm, eight miles east "of-" Lethbridge, at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, Dec, 30, 1910. Terms cash. No reserve. 12-3 The Don't hold- -their assembly Wednesday, Dec. 28, Cale- j donlan Hall. Biiier's Orchestra. 13-2 We can offer all-the advantages in quality-assortment and that naturally arise from the. fact that we have-the-largest stock of And Building Materials IAT SOUTHERN ALBEKTA. RIVERSIDE LUMBER CO, -FORMERLY SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO.- Phone 454 Best Cutlery Let us give you a list of a few: of ,the things in which he is interested. CARVING SETS V 'No. best steel blades, silver" finished Handles, in cases.' to per set good value, horn handles, silver tipped, silver fcteel blades, set in beautifully finished cases. to per set No. silver finished. handles, very best quality steel handsome to per set Pearl handled Fruit Knives, in beautiful plush, Per set Ivory handles, best quality, 'consisting of 1-2 dozen Dinner Knives, 1-2. dozen Dessert Knives, 1 only, carving set And set up in beautiful plush Complete Tke McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. Edmonton, do'idy Calgary r snow ng Lethbridge, cloudy Winnipeg- 38 0 32 20 41- 21 32V 4 C.'Ty "firemen, had thsir Christmas brightened by the receipt of boxes of igars, from the Arcade and L. H. Store Family -and Dispensing Chemists Night and Day Telephone No 322 Night Bell on Front Door i- THERE'S SKATING NIGHT EXCELLENT ICE TO- CITY AND'DISTRICT Rev." A. M. Gordon left for. the east yesterday morning where he will vis- it his home at Kingston; J. W. McNicol, secretary of the the districts oirthe prairie" provinces, but i during the night--in parts' of'Saskatch ewan and Manitoba tSrtiperatures have dropped :to a -few 'degrees belaid zero. j 'FORECAST: and very cold Wednesday. 'and" very cold, a lew snow flurries. and' cold, some snow flurries. ___ -_____..___._. ____' i C-'TY AND DISTRICT j ,H L are (.hnstmaa totaqs. sta-llation of officers cl ,Leth- No, 39, wiirbe heid 4-c- After the. installation in Harper's Frank. Maxwell, of Maxwell Helgerson. "who is spend ng the win- ter in Santa Monica, CaL, for his health, reports, thai he is THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL newest and largest jjverytMnf.of the best IV.- H. Murray, Proprietor. uto-car' meets-all trains. T-uxurious Lounge. bedrooms. Xcellent Cafe. and well lighted sample H. Murray supervises all jjepartments. en suite with private baths. 4 first class electric elevator. They got them CITY AND DISTRICT i W, H. Green nas resigned from the Carruangay school board. There will be.a Masonic banquet at .the Union Hotel in Taber tonight, j _V. V. Christie, oi Cardsron, is a i visitor m tug -city. J- A. McDonald, of Blairmore, was in the city yesterday. William Cleinis, miller at Raymond for_the Ellison Milling Co., spent yes- terday in Lethbridge. A. J. Irvine, of the Massey-rlarzis Co., went to Nanton to spend" Christ, mas Day with friends. G S. Podger, miller at Magrath for the Ellison Milling Co., has been in town since Friday. .wed. TV. manager of the El-' lison Milling Co., has been in Ray- i mond for .the last few davs. i Last night the N.C.O.'s and men at! the RA'.W.M.P..held a smoking con-i [cert at the barracks. Stanley A. Buchanan, of Grassy; Lake, spent Christmas with his bro- ther, W. A. Buchanan. George Robison, C. p. R, engineer left Sunday night, for his home at Harvey, N. B. He has be-n travel- line throughout the West during the Ipcf1 -t-i-i j-.T-L -fT-LQ TY' the swing, and tray bring his family with him. Tom E. Oakley, of Fernte, B. spent Christinas with friends in I <3ty. I At the city police- station there is I a C.P R. cheaue which some employee .has lost He can'have it by "showing the chief that he .is the owner. The non-commissioned officers and men and their.-friends bad 1heir turkey dinner on-Sunday, about 40 being present. C. Idzal went to Nanfon vesterdav to ta.kp charge of ber yards while the local manager is in the east. Rrv. p. H. and Mrs. Neville Ipave on Monday for a visit .to their old home in Ontario. The will be takpn by Revs. -Miller, of Bar- ony Colbourne, of Cbamnion; and of Bowviile, during Mr. Neville's Sun. 'press office_, the sta5 having to work- day and night to handle it. I The E. E. Trading Co., North Lethbridge, will move next Monday from their present location on the south side of-the street to" the Wil- liamson building across the street. Mr. manager of Grassy branch of the linion Bank, is sivnding his Christmas vacation, in the east. During frs trip he will visit his old home at Listowel, Ont. By November of 1S11 Calgary ex- pects to have 3S miles of street rail- 'way in opL-rarion and thirty cars. The superintendent states "that the revenue for next year will exceed and that the Canary street railway will begin with such cities as Hamilton; Quebec and Ot- tawa and will have London, Halifax and St. Johns outstretched. G- 0. Venneslanid, the North Ward branch '.of, the Pioneer Lumber' at Rochon's Drugs and Stationery The crowds who have visit- ed our Drug and Stationery Store during the past two weeks' are more than satis- fied with their purchases, and are advising their friends to see us first, before buying elsewhere. We are very pleased to have new friends call and see us, as all are satisfied who deal at our store. Prices Are Cope Prescription Druggists Succexsors to JOHNSTON