Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
Christmas (& HUDSON'S BMY CO. Once more the Holiday Scmoa will toon b� here and the Compaay ar� better prepared for it than ever with a ful stock of the freshest aad purest Groceries. _Our Liquor Hampers, as usual, will be of the best, the rcAowaed "Hudson's Boy Quality." Wishiag all our friends and eustemers "A Merry Christmaf and 9 Happy New Year." Hamper No. I, $3.50 I dozen Oranges I lb. Tabu Raitint 6 lb. Applet I lb. Fancy Mixed Bitcuita I box Bon Bona I lb. Mixed Nuts I tin of Plum Pudding I Bottle Native Port I Bottle H.B.C. T-year-'j Rye. Hamper No. 2, $5 I Bottle Port Wine I Bottle H.B.C. 7-year-old Rye I bottle Sherry Wine I Bottle J. Dewar's Scotch I Battle Pals Brandy I Bottle Claret 3 Bottles Beer Hamper No. 5, $10 I Bottle H.B.C. 7-year-old Rye I Bottle Pale Brandy I Bottle Pale Sherry I Bottle Old Port I Bottle J. Dewar's Scotch I Bottle Sir J. Powers' Irish I Bottle Blackberry Wine 6 Bottles Lager I box Imperial Cigars (25) T One Car of Apples from Ontario U ii Canned Goods " ii u Evaporated Fruits from California ii ii Groceries from Winnipeg ii ii Liquors " " These are some of our arrivals just to hand. See us for some of the freshest, brightest and purest groceries in the city HUDSO N'S BHY STORE 1 liiiaaaaiaaaaamaai A Greot Buy Two miles from town. A Good Half-Section for $9.30 Easy Terms W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Fanti Land* nnd Lethbridge Properties. ^8o1lthaId Block, LethbridKe, Alta. Phone 122 I)0NT BUY The Material for your shed, barn or house nntill yon have seen our in. Ship-lap Finest material on the market at clogcst "price" yet NEED OF A NEWSCHOOL Impressed Upon Board by hspector MISS ROBB PRAISED For EmDeiit Work in Eindcrgaitei De-parlmat (From Saturday's Daily.) At the School Hoivrd meeting lu.sl night, Chairnmn Flootwood rend a brief report writlon l>y lns|>ector J. W. Ilrown ci-i'iconiinK his recent official visit to the I^-thljfi(lg� Tub-lie HchoolH. I In his r�|>��rt Sir. Urown Wrote, "I Ijcg 'to suhmit a iiricf ivport' comicrn-ing' the lx>thl)ri(lgv Schools. "The kiiKlerjfHrton departmei�t is couducltMi in n very efficiont manner by lUiss Kobb under .satisfactory conditions ol' iioconiniodatiun and equipment. "The teachers enRORed in public school work in the Ct-ntral School are, almost wiiihout exception, of more than ordinary .skill aivd ai>ilil.\'. "Tht> liitrh scliool department is well al'tenrti>d by an indii.s^rious class of studn.s as medicine, law. en-giiieorini;, c�lc., have not had much provision made for them as yet. The same may he said concerning commercial bmnclies. No doubt, you will procceg'ers-CiinniBghani y Lumber Co., Ltd. I WIMIie/Tiler, Stirilni, bpid, liintk, ColerMge A lost word The enthusiasm of J^lie season has .e used for school purposes, though some oxiwnso might have to lie incurred to secure a projJer outside arts*> men. 0. K. S. Whiteside, wlio i.s U a.s-sume the general managfr.shii) of tlx' company the first of the year, is �3f>v-ing to Coleman and preparing to take hold with the beginning of tlie yr.iM-^ DR. H. M, TORY The new President of the University of Alberta "CASTILIAN BOOTS" TIE trend of fiiahion in women's shoes is best expressed by our new "Queen Quality" Cistilun Boots. The foreparts and vamps are shorter; the shanks more arclied-the heels higher. On the foot this gives the cf> feet of a smaller size. Women every-v.'here admire these pretty styles. They are now "all the rage." The genuine are to be had otdy at this store. In Kid, 13.50; Patents, |4.00: other *'Queen Quality" styles $3.00. FRED GOW & GO.