Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
AT JOB WONTING HERALD TKe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY When IB Lttlftruge is tki liilil lift living a large assort- nit of Carving Sets on hand will, for the next too days, give 28 per cent off to clear COME EARLY AND GET RUST CHOICE THE HICK HARDWARE CO. FEDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash GIVE HIM Hair A Safety Rarer A pair of Military 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 J Jiginboto CiUtd, Family sad Dispensing Chemists relephone Resident Night Clerk Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 REMEMBER We have many USE- FUL PRESENTS that will help out of DIF- FICULTIES TONIGHT Wish you all the Compliments of the Season CITY AND DISTRICT Don't fai! to see Miss Thaten .in "Actor's Flirtation" at the Eureka. Bishop R. A. Van Onnnn oi "later i's in the city. J. B. Wilkie of Royal City spent Chrisnmas at Coleman. Dr. Wright and Dr. arriv- ed with the Ptn-'iCT tkxl-ey team last evening. G. Campbell of Cranbrook. B. arrived in the city yesterday and is a day or so with friends. Miss Margaret XV. Fraser. A.T.C.M. is spending her holidays in Medicine The Store of Quality Headquarters for the best in Groceries Fruit etc. The Only Union Store In The City PHONE 21 G. CO. lie Oilj HI Store It ttt City Take Advantage of The GOOD CO.'SBig Everything Going Cheap OPEN TO-DAY PHONE 98 We will be open every night till Xmas. Closed on Saturday Wishing Everybody Compliments Of The Season NELSON GOW I i 3 lots Ashmead St, 27 x 125 ft each, per lot, terms cash, balance 12 months. ALBERT E. IVES, OLIVER BLOCK THE WEATHER. j CITY AND DISTRICT. and W.-W, Handford is spending a week and colder today and on Sunday, Today's Eye Opener Store. at the coast. Mr. Lines, 01' the Union spent Christmas in Claresholm. wilUbe one of the ten- at The Book r ants tof the- new; Block. He Ford Tyler, the Monarch hardware! a lien-hunt. spent Christinas with 1 The Provincial Seed Fair for 1909 in the city. j will be. held ,at Calgary, Feb. third. :-_TI J.I_K Tliu Band will be at the skatingj tonieht. The ice is in fine con- fcuftk'ahd fifth. Hut with her sister. Fadden. Your last opportunity to see "Two Dutch Servants" at the Eureka to- night. Three cars of settlers" effects arm ed yesterday billed to Lethbridge con 1 sistins of household goods and live stock belonging to H. E. Playle from Red Deer. Leon Losey, St. Paul. II. Young1. Rapid City. ''Actor's Flirtation" at the Eureka tonight. Dr. JUcXally is now located in his comfortable offices in" the Stafford Block, rooms 6 and 7. Phone 277. AV. Nelson of the .firm of Nelson and Gow went to Ontario yesterday. Mr. Nelson is to be married on -Tan. 5th. Thos. Taylor. Methodist minister at Frank, formerly oT-g-anist at Wesley Church, spent Christmas at The- par- sonage in this city. O. Glazier who is temporarily man-1 airing the Rogers-Cunningham Lum- J. Macbeth of the Bank of Montre- al. Medicine Hat. spent Christmas with his parents. her yard at Mag-rath spent yesterday in the citv. 1st Dour West of Union Bank Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. I THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY Just after Christmas you can pick up so many little things, for next to nothing, iiicit It soinetiiiies pays to wait, one thing sure it will pay yon to come here. Siberia Drug aed Book Co. Prescription Specialists A. B. IIPlBf, Mgr. LETHBRIDGE Minn i Man. j "The transitoriness of life" and j "The wanderer's thought of Dr. S. White. 1'ormeriy of'Medicine will be Rev. W. Reid's subjects to-; Hat and Macleod is acting as Douiin- morrow forenoon and evening respec-! ion Live Stock Inspector here dur- i lively in the Baptist Church. All ing: Dr. Gallivant absence, j strangers and visitors will receive a Thc Mason Lane! Co. have removed j welcome at these services. To their in the Stafford Block. 1 Aid. Wm. Oliver. Mrs. Oliver and j rooms vacated by them are be- Miss Oliver will leave early next ing refitted to give more aecommoda- month for Victoria. B. C., where Mr. j tion to the Molson's Bank. i Oliver and rented u furnished resi-! Paddsck, the College boy dancer, I deuce. Mrs. Oliver and Miss Oliver j tonight at the Lyceum. j expect to remain at the coast for six months but Mr. Oliver will j longer than two months. i Don't miss Hiliiard, Phillips and Co. in their new act tonight at the j Lyceum. come W. Murray for some time connected! with the city branch of the Union Bank, was a visitor at the home of i Dalrymple yesterday. Mr. Mur- ray reports favorably UN his position with the bank at Maple Creek, but was happy in renewing old acquain- tances yesterday. Today's Eye Opener at The Book Store. W. .luckson paid 8-1 into court this subject at Wesley Church to- not! morrow morning- will be "The Condi- i tious of The evening topic 1 i will be "A Retrospect of the year." Strangers always wel- 1 SO ACRES Burton City Fruit Lands This land is well situateu, tvro miles from Burton city. Soil is of a clay nature. It has four acres cleared, with 40 apple trees on it, also raspberries ami strawberries, balanc-6 seeded to clover. The ground is easilv cleared and contains lots of water Price Per Acre For.Quick Sale If interested write McDERMID HcHKRDY NELSON, B.C., or Driver I, Lethiiridge oiJY AND DISTRICT. Fred Ford, editor of the Raymond Rustler, is holidaying in the, city. Keep your eye on the Lyceum next week. Messrs. Powers and Ashburher spent Christmas at Frank. The Merchants Bank has opened a branch at Okotoks with K. R. Minns of Edmonton in charge. Miss Boles of the teaching staff.at. Westminster School is spending the holidays at Macleod. Miss Me Chi re of the Central School is holidaying at the ranch of her cou- sin H. H. McClure. Christmas services at the Presbyter iau Church tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Thc Rev. Mackenzie will preach. Morning subject. "The Com- ing of Christ in the fulness of time." evening. "The birth of Christ; glad tidings of great joy." The following Christmas music will be rendered. Morning, (Christmas carol) "Christ- ians, awake, salute the happy morn." -Soprano solo and chorus. "There were (Dudley Buck) Miss Mc- j'Clure and choir. Evening (recit) "Behold. a Virgin shall con- vceiye." (Aria and chorus) "O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion" Miss Stmm and choir. Baritone solo. "Nazareth" (Gounod) Mr. Fleming. Quartette. "It came One New Cottage, West of Westminster School Cheap and terms to suit purchaser G. c. MCDONALD Room 6 Whitney WANTED AT ONCE For Sale Two Six room modern houses R. V. Gibbons FHGNE 222 OTT BLOCK morning being line and costs for strik ing f.ow Wing in the face on Thurs- The police report that yesterday was one of t-ie quietest days known for a long time in their line of busi- ness. All day the streets were peace- ful every person being intent upon the enjoyment of the hour. There were not many strangers in the city but thpse who came found cordial hospi- tality and good cheer provided by mine hosts of the various hotels. Brawling was nowhere heard both ci- tizens and newcomers recognizing the -fact that LethbridgL- is a city of joijy people who flo not find pleasure in spending the day after in nursing an aching head and making goody resolutions. A good hearty laugh for everyone belonging to -Jackson interfering with I the Chinaman's laundry bag. Chow Sam yesterday invited all comers, friends and strangers alike. to partake of the epicurean repast at the Eureka tonight. 1 that he had prepared for them with- _ _ _ out money and without price. About people gathered around the fes- live board, partaking of this bounty. J which have cost Chow Sam j close on Si 50. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Dunbar will delight you at the Lyceum tonight i The regular meeting of the A. Y. I P. A. will bo held on Monday even-! .ing as usual. A debate "Kesulven that Woman Suffrage would benefit i the British Empire" will be the fea- ture of the evening. Messrs. J. ,tt. Uobinson and B. L. Copt- will act for j ihi- afiinnativo while W. IT. McLelland j and David King will argue the neg- ative. An interesting evening is locked forward to. and a cordial in- vitation is extended to everyone to present. Two of the best Dutch comedians on thecontinent at the Eureka tonight. WE Wt'LL PUT UP lumber sold at this yard against any othpr in the country. Floor lumber, standing lumber, any other kind of Inmbc-r, bought at, this is guarantied in oacli and oA'f-iy par- ticular. LUMBER FOR CHRISTMAS? Why not? Buy it and build a and present it to your wife. Anything in the lumber line. jt, here. King u? up and give yoiir order. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. Ltd. Telephones 23 and 123 Special Sale of Ebony Hair Brushes Perfumes Leather Goods J, J. Johnston Prefirriplv-n Druggist -QUALITY QUARTERS- New Year Gifts Hand Painted China Cut Glass Sterling Silver Fancy Goods Leather Goods Ebony Goods Silver Cased Goods Gold and Silver Novelties Fountain Pens Etc., Etc. R. A. Wright The Jeweler The Model Restaurant IN THE New Hill Bl'k drot off to a good start last night and is now prepared So.give the public service and menu that is Jedin the city. John Cantin PROPRIETOR upon the midnight clear." dy welcome. Evervbo- CITY AND DISTRICT. L. D. DeVeber, manager of the Bank of Mont real. Nelson, B. C.. spent Christmas with his brother. Hon. Senator DeVeber. The Herald office will be open to- night to receive payments on subscrip tions. If your subscription has ex- Twolots on Ashmead St., facing east S EIACH Half cash, balance in and 6 mouths. I A. L. S. Ripley TELEPHONE 294 f Offices Macdonald Block E. B. Sloan of Raymond spent Christmas at his home here. All the classes in physical culture in connection with the Young Men's Club are called on until after New Year's. Fred Johnston, of Tongue Greet, near High River, shipped a car load of turnips, on Tuesday, to Calgary. pired kindly give us a call. D. P. Hutton. of High .River, has been promoted to the management of j for which he received thirty cents a the Northern Crown Bank at Cal-1 bushel. Mr. Johnston had about sev- gary. He is succeeded at High Riv- er by J. Campbell, of Balcarres, Sask. en hundred bushels from a few acres which is not bad returns by any means. A New School A branch of the Grarbutt Business College, Calgary, will open in the Stafford Block here on Jan. 4th next. For particulars about Day School orNight School apply to Geo. J'. Schmidt, Prin. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION The New Photo Studio TO furnished rooms, in modern house. Apply 3 Argylo Ave. 13-6 STRAYED branded -One roan muley cow, T vdth vent through centre to loft .side, and "lamp glass" on left hip; also one red and white cow, with one horn, same brands; ten dollars reward for information leading to recovery. Edward Loggin, Box 296, Lothbridge. 13-6 ROOMS AND un- furnished rocms to rent in a modern house; also hoarders wanted: room and board, per week. Apply 526 Bartlett St., behind pas well. 13-C BESIDE THE BAPTIST CHURCH ON REDPATH STREET WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON TuSsday, December 29 7 Expert Photography Turned Out Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed Call and See Samples of Work Jorqenson Bros.