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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta T5e Uthbridge Doily A i _ u _ _ v THE STAY to fc I H .ttM M til ftp, aperwtifftictor OK EMI Ml 8i WTPWB THE EEDPATH STKET it. Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 GIVE HIM A Safety A HMJtary A Mirrw- A A Pip> bM GIVE HER A Wx A China utch Servants" at the Eureka to- ight. Three cars of settlers' eflects arriv- CITY AND DISTRICT. W. W. Handford is spending a week at the coast., j Mr. Innos, of the- Union Bank, Christmas in Claresholm. -W. C. Ivos.will be one of the toa- {ants oi tho aew Stafford Block. He will have a fine suite of offices. Tho Prorinelai Seed Fair for 1009 will be held at Calgary, Feb. third, fourth and fifth. Jf of ifcntre- al. Medicine Hat, spent Christmas ith h'is parents. ed yesterday billed to Lelhbridge con sisting of household goods and live tock belonging to H. E. Playle from Bed Deer, Leon Losey, St. Paul, n., Jas. M. Young, Rapid City, fan. "The transitoriness of life" and The wanderer's thought of home" will be Rev. W. Beid's subjects: to- morrow forenoon and evening respec- tively in the Baptist Church. All strangers and visitors will receive a welcome at these services. Aid. Win." Oliver, Mrs. Oliver: and THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY Just after Christmas you can pick up so many little things, for next to nothing, that it sometimes pays to wait, one thing sure it will pay you to come here. Wberta Drug and BwkCfl, Prescription Specialists I, I. IIPLEY, Dr. McXally is now located in his comfortable; offices in the Stafford Block, rooms 7. Phone 277.. W. J. Nelson of the .firm of Welaon and Gow went to Ontario yesterday. Mr. Nelson is to be-married on Jan. 5th. Taylor, Methodist minister at Frank, formerly organist at Wesley Church, spent Christmas at the par- sonage in this city. G. Glazier who is temporarily man aging the Lum ber.yard at Magrath spent yesterdaj in. the city. S. White, formerly of Medicine Hat and Macleod is acting as Domin ion Live., Stock- Inspector dur ing Dr. Gallivan'a The Maaoa -Land Co. have removed to their offices in the Stafford Block. The rooms vacated by them are be- 1 SO ACRES totti Oty frait Miss Oliver will It-ave early .next month for Victoria, B. C., where Mr. Oliver and rented a furnished resi- dence. Mrs. Oliver and Miss Oliver expect to remain, at the coast for six months but Mr. Oliver will not remain longer than two months. Don't miss Milliard, Phillips and Co. in their new act tonight the Lyceum. W, Murray for some time connected witli the city branch of the ITnion Bank, -was a visitor' at the home of Jas. Dalrymple yesterday. Mr. Mur- ray reports favorably on his position Vith the bank at Maple Creek, but was happy in renewing old acquain- tances yseterday. Today's Eye Opener at The Book Store. ing refitted to give mom accommoda- tion to, the Molson'i Bank. Paddock, boy dancer, tonight at the Lyctum. The subject at Weiiey Church to- morrow morning will-be "The Condi- tions of -Beat." The 'evening topic wiU be "A Betrospect of the year." Sittings free. Strangers always wel- come. The police report that yesterday was one of the 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 those who cordial hospi- tality and good cheer- provided by mine hosts of the various hotels. This land IB well two from Barton' city. Soil is of. a clay nature. It has four acres. cleared, uitli 40 apple trees on raspberries and strawberries, balance seeded to cloyer. _ The ground is1' easily cleared and contains lets of water Price Per Acre For Quick Sale If interesied .write kRIIffl fc WUIB1 NELSON; B.C., or trwr L, if tat Mew Ctttage, Wtstetaskr Schnl Quip Md tt srit prchutr a c MCDONALD CITY AND DISTRICT ford, iditor of tHie Bayznond fiusttar, ii holidaying in tboei your on tht Lycoum Meaara. Powers and Aahburaar at-Fraak. Merchants Bank, has opened a branch at Okotoka.with H. R. Minna of in chargal- __ Mise Bolea of staff at Wertminitar School is spending the at _T Mias McClure oi the Central School ia holidaying at the ranch of her cou sia H. ,H. McClure. Chriatmas aervieee at-the Presbyter iah Church tomorrow at 11 and 7.90 p.m: The Rev. Mnrkenrie 'will preach. -Morning subject, "The Com- ing of Christ in the fulness of "The birth of Christ; glad tidings of great joy." The following Christmas music will be rendered. Morning, (Christmas ians, awake, salute the happy Soprano solo and chorus. were Shepherds" (Dudley Buck) Miss Mc- 'Clure and choir. Evening, (recit) a Virgin shall con; (Aria 'and chorus) "O thou that telleat good tidings to .Zion1 Miss Simm and choir Baritone'-solo, (Gounod Mr. Fleming. Quartette. ''It 'came upon the midnight clear." Everybo dy welcome. WANTED R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK CTTY- AND -DISTRICT. flD. DeVeber, manager of the Bank oi Montreal; Nelsoif, B. C., spent Christmas with his brother, Hon. Senator'DeVebor. The Herald office will be open to- night to receive payments on subacrip tions. If your subscription has ex- pired kindly give us a call. D..P. Hutton, of High River, has been, promoted to the management o the Northern Crown Bank at Cal gary.' He is succeeded at High Biy eixby J.-M. Campbell, of Balearres, Saak. f Two lots on Ashmeftd facicg east St., EACH Half caah, balance 6'moaiht. in 3 Office 8 Bbck E. B: Sloan of Raymond spent Christmas at his home here. All the classes in physical culture in connection with the Young Meti's Club are called off until after New Year's. Fred Johnston, --of- Tongue Creek, near High River, shipped a car load of on Tuesday, to Calgary, for which he received thirty cents a bushel. Mr. Johnston had about sev- en hundred bushels from a few acres wftich is not te.d 'returns by any means. abiding jolly people who Jls not find pleasure in spending the ilay after in nursing an aching- head arid making goody resolutions. A good hearty laugh for everyone at the Eureka tonight. W. Jackson paid Into court this I Brawling was nowhere heard both ci- morning being fine and costs for strik tizens and newcomers recognizing the tng Low Wing in the. face on Thurs- fact that Lethbridge is a city of law- day. The trouble 'was., over..a dog belonging to Jackson interfering with the Chinaman's laundry bag. Chow Sain yesterday invited all comers, friends and strangers alike, to partake of the epicurean repast that he had prepared for them with-i out money and without price. About 110 people gathered around the fes- tive board, partaking of ttiia bounty, which must have cost Chow Sam close on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunbar will delight you at the Lyceum tonight The regular meeting of the A. Y. P. A. will be held on Monday even- ing as usual. A debate "Resolved that Woman Suffrage would benefit the British Empire" will be the fea- ture of the evening. Messrs. J. B. Robinson and B. L. Cope will act for the affirmative while W. H. McLelland and David King will argue the neg- ative. An interesting evening is looked forward to. and a cordial in- vitation is extended to everyone to present. Two of the best Dutch corr.tdiar.c on thecontinent at the Eureka tonight. WE WILL PUT UP lumbor sold at this yard against any other lumber in tlie country. Floor lumber, standing lumber, or anyothc-v kind of lumber, bought at this yard, is guaranteed in each an-'i every par- ticular. LUMBER FOR CHRISTMAS? Why not? Buy it build a and present it to your wife. Anything in tho lumber lino. it here. Ring us up and give yonr oroor. Rogers-Cunninghami! Lumber Co. Ltd. Telephone! 23 and 23' Special Sale of Ebony Hair Brushes Perfumes Leather Goods Ja J. Johnston StesniptVfl Druggist QUARTEW- The Model Restaurant IN THE New Hill Bl'k Grot off to a good start last night and is now prepared to give the public service and menu that is unexcel- led in the city. John PROPRIETOR New Year Gifts Hand Painted China Cut Stfrling Silver Fancy Goods Ebony Goods Silver Cased Goods Gold and Silver Novelties Fountain Etc., Etc. A. Wright, The Jeweler A New School A brunch of the GaYbntt 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. Sctmidt, Prin. BESIDE THE BAPTIST CHURCH ON REDPATH WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON Tuesday, December 29 TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION TO Two furnished rooms, in modem house. Apply 3 Argyle One roan muley cow; branded with vent through centre to left side, and ,'lamp glass" on left hip; also one and white covr, with one horn, jsame brands; ten dollars reward for informntion leading to recovery. Edward Box 296, ROOMS AND un- furnished rooms to rent in a modern alao wanted; room aid board, ;pfcr week. Apply 528 Bartlelt St., behind well. 13-6 Expert Photography Turned Out Satisfaction Guaranteed Prnmntlv -------------------------JT----------1 Call and See Samples of Work Jorqenson Bros. ;