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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Castle Hotel Best Dining Room in Southern ijr Alberta NEW AND UP-TO-DATE THE PLACE TO STAY When in Lethbridgo IS THE DALLAS HOTEL 1 I I .m m 1 1 i I f f I I tf a avind ecessities The Store of Quality Ever Ready Safety Razors Ever Ready Safety Razor Sets Keen Cutter Safety Razors Gillette Safety Razors Rubber Set Shaving Brushes 40c to Razor Strops You should try a box of Breset Shaving Cream, only 25c. The Hick Hardware Go. 25 per cent, discount Ramsey's High On all Fancy Boxes Chocolates, Ganong's and Grade goods from now until New Year's Day. JAPANESE ORANGES, all sound stock at 75c per box while they last. All toys and Xmas goods of all kinds at cost. First Quality Groceries and Holiday Specialties at Low Prices TH GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Xavol oranges, -iOc, fiOc and OOc per dozon. Japanese oranges, SOo per Choicest Washington apples per .Malaga grapes. 20c per Ib. Table 20c per Ib. Table figs, loc and 20c per Ib. These prices are right and stock is 1st Quality. Phone 525 Prompt Delivery CITY AND DISTRICT H- Ford has left for Michigan on account of the illness of his father. CITY AND DISTRICT Quite a delightful Christmas night function was the euchre given by Mrs. H V McLaughlin. ledger keeper of J- B. Reuter to a party or her friends ij.. f, rOiormimrlv I Grocerie-s, Fruit, Vegetables and Crockery Phone 1453 P.O. BOX 670 -PHONE 62 1 30 30 4 38 the MoJson's Bank, who has been vi- siting at his home in G-lencoe, Out., is expected back this week. John B. Wilkie, of Coal City spent Christmas in the city. Don't miss the Eureka tonight. A good show for little money. Prices always the same 15. 25 and 35c. W. S. Steadman, and F. Boyce. of in tbe city for .the Macleod, were week-end. Before leaving the city Miss Clapp was presented with a beautiful piece of hand-painted china by her class in Westminster Sunday School. There were no guests in the citv _4 lockup for a Christmas dinner. But towards evening some guests _ were in- UU i- flurries have occurred and one man was given shelter Good Stationery Be sure and have good sta- tionery wnen acknowledging your Xmas Gifts. Our stock fine, papers is large and well assorted. Store closes at 6.30 p.m. 1! I O i I! RQSEiTSDil'i' BOORSIOPi New Whitney Block Agents for Underwood Type- writer Phone 1265. Higinbotham's Has a particularly fine array Of Holiday Perfumes and Con- fectionery .These goods are Al fresh and up to date. There are still a few of those hand bags to sell below cost. Those who bought got a bargain. There are a dozer, left mark- ed away Yv'e are not going to carry one over. See them and be convinced that we are practically giving them away. J. 0, Higiirbotliam S Co. Ltd, Family aud Dispensing Chemists. THE WEATHER Calgary, clear Medicine Plat, cloudy Winnipeg, iair .06 Lethbridge, fair A, few snow uu.vt in" Manitoba and Eastern Saskatche- which was more comiortable than the !wan. Elsewhere -the weather has Co. been fine. It has been moderately j for hay arld oats. i t i cold in all districts. j TVI. Gordon, pastor of Knox provinces, i and moderately cold today and on i i Tuesday. i I The rooms were charmingly and sea- sonably decorated and everyone enjoy- themselves thoroughly. After two hours strenuous play scores were tal- lied and the lucky prize winners were Mrs. C. A. Little and Mr. Cuthbert. while the "booby" prizes were award ed to Mrs. W. P. Roy and Mr. Eng- lish. Among those present were, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gow, Mr. and Mrs. J. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Little, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. W. Waddell, the Misses 'Miss Tilney. Miss Bennett, Mr. WISHING EVERYBODY A BRIGHT AND PROSPER- OUS NEW YEAR NELSON GOW English, Mr. Cuthbert and Mr. Hinds of Blairmore. iair Church, will spend a few weeks visit- in" at his old home in Kingston, Ont. Arrangements have been made for sun i CITY AND DISTR.CT I the !his absence. j Mrs. Turpin will receive on Wed-j San FrancjSco Opera Co. in "The jnesday afternoon the 803 Lon-I Toymaker" at the Lyceum tonight. I don Road and in.future on the fourth Qn Christmas afternoon a big stal. j Tuesday of each month. jwart stranger tried to "hold up" the I Mrs. W. H. Robson, of Burton City, Union Bank. At least it looked that I B. C., has been spending the Christ- i mas holidays in the city, the guest of ;Mrs. E. N. Wakely. I Hazel Link and his sisters, Miss i Irene and Miss Olive went to Great Falls today to spend a week visit-ins; with their uncle. San Francisco Opera Co. in "The Toymaker" at the Lyceum tonight. Alex Stewart, who has a ranch near Carlstadt and K. P. Stewart, princi- pal of Piaeher Creek schools are spending. Th'e holiday week with, their brother, Dr. J. S. Stewart. Tomorrow night. the. San Francisco Lyceum. David Cairns, bookkeeper at Western Plumbing Co., and Miss Nancy Laurie were married at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. John Hall by Rev. A. M. Gordon at six p.m. on Christmas day. The bride looked lovely dressed in white silk with a bridal veil and an orange wreath. About a score of friends sat down to a sumptuous wedding sup- per. John Laurie, brother of the bride acted as groomsman, and Miss Marion Tompkins acted as .bridesmaid. The presents were numerous and costly. The happy couple will reside in the Duff Addition. Immediately after the wedding cere- mony there was a christening of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hall. to the crowd of spectators till the' drunkard fell sprawling on the sidewalk. He had placed his shoul- der to the wall and was pushing hard "to keep the wall, from falling." Please be in your seats at the Ly- ceum by 8.30 p.rr.. as it will be im- possible to seat you after curtain rises j until after the first act. The various churches were well at- tended for the special Christmas ser- The McKeown Hardware Co. We wish you one and all "A Happy and Prosperous New Year." Now that Christmas is over we are going to give you SPECIAL BARGAINS m Cutlery, Shaving Sets, Razors, etc. Call in and see these bargains DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town daily.' (LI-MITED.) Dave McXabb, a. progressive farm- er of the Lethbridge district, and Miss Rose Jleisner were married on Christmas clay at the home of the grooafs father. Thomas McNabb. i i Rev. A. 31. Gordon performed the VT x Hardware Merchants Lethbridge FRANCISCO OPERA CO. AT THE LYCEUM THIS WEEK There isn't anything in this old world of ours that af- fords quite the same degree of satisfaction as a box of McConkey's Chocolates Step to the phone and have us send up a box. The as- sortment is large. The only place in town where you can get them is at W. C. Ives and family spent Christ- mas at Macleod. J. McPherson and wife, of New Day ton, spent Christmas in t-he city. R. P. Bawden of Barons, spent Christmas in the city. Complete change of program tonight at the Eureka. All new people and new pictures. Don't miss it. S. Morris, of Medicine Hat, is vis- iting his brother W. H. Morris of this city. W. Garland, yardmaster C. P. R.. Lethbridge, spent Christmas with friends at Medicine Hat, Miss M. Leonard of Medicine Hat. vices tin Christmas Day and also on i Sunday i Frank W. Healer's San Francisco Mis, Joss Conn to, ir0m >'The Geisha" by': attending Normal School at Calgary. ceum theatre -with a performance of Opera Co. at the she will teach the Rathwell School. "The Toymaker." a comic opera, i near Macleod after the New Year. which, under' the title of "La Poupee" The Health Officer reports the: 2. P. Jacques, proprictor Of the health of Tin- city as good. There j Auditorium Hotel, died about two j The San Francisco Opera Company are no contagious diseases except one; o'clock; Monday morning, December hs without a question of 'a. doubt the or two cases of scarlet fever and they i 20th, agc-d 41 4 months and [best theatrical company that visits are ail light. j 3 clavs. His death was caused N by News. A place for pleasure and comfort is the Eureka, a perfectly safe theatre On Christmas morning a bank man- ager and his 'wife were walkinz down Redpath street after attending ALL GOODS IN OUR WINDOW AT Tomorrow night. "The Geisha" by the San Francisco Opera Co. at the Lyceum. The joint installation of officers will take place tonight for North Star and Lethbridge Lodges A. F. and A. M. Hugh Scott, rep-j resenting the D. D. G. M. will visit j Taber.this evening and install the of- ficers of Doric Lodge A. F. A. ML Barney Leary was home from Bow Island to spend Christmas with his familv in the citv. He has been er- entertaining in tbe large church. Seeing a drunken fellow j0f company, and gives Teddy .y is for one week, and they will present during that time some of the most successful and popular comic operas and musical comedy. "The Toymaker" is a delightful comic opera, and is one of the most repertoire throwing bricks at a boy, the Banker ordered the man to stop. Then the Webb, Mabel Day and James Stevens their greatest opportunity. Mr. Stevens as Father Matthews, fellow turned his vile epithets upon employs a spiendid baritone voice to the banker, who was compelled to advantage. Mabel Day's ex- as an amateur policeman. A real es-jcellent portrayal of the doU has been drunk retreat. Tomorrow night, "The Geisha" by I preparation for moving his family the San Francisco Opera Co. at the Lyceum. The Young Men's Club has in prep- is I Prescription Specialists I. B. RfPLflf, Mgr. LETHBRIQGE T T T X T _ IV. H. Morris. Cutbill St. Another feature picture tonight at the Eureka, "A Prairie Town Ro- I mance." I There is a prospect that arrange- Imcnts mav be made for a curling ban i in the city during this winter. j Alex. Maluk was fined So and costs by Inspector West at the R.N.W.M. iP. Barracks for assaulting Tom Pet- jrufc at Royal Collieries. William Prousc returnee home from j Bow Island to spend Christmas. Mr. j and Mrs. Thos. Prouse of Bow Island i accompanied him. I Lost on Sunday night, open face geld watch with the initials "M. H.M." engraved on back. Finder win receive reward by leaving at Herald office, Crabb St. 8-0 there. For hay and oats see the Leth- Saddlery Co. On Christmas many enjoyed a good skate at the Auditorium Rink on Duf- ferin Street. The band was ia tendance and the ice was in good talks upon popular sutjects. I bright electric lights made the ice bright as day. bridge Advertiser. Victoria Hutton aged 20 undcrstood that a of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Hut- funeral left- her parents residence soags and much funny business which he injects into the part of the old toy- maker, while Alexander Dale, as Schwartenbach, gives a splendid piece of character acting. The dolls of :oyshop have no sawdust wrinkles I ilU i o wjuu 110.0 rtf nne.nlabout them, and the big scene at the aration an interesting series 01 of flrst ig somethinff very on any stage. end of tbe first act is something very including and seiQ-om n-n otao-o i Lethhridge capitalists YOUTHFUL FRENCH PROFESSOR IN AMERICA New York, Dec. Levoir- re, professor of Philosophy and Liter- ature in the University of Paris, has contemplate just here j0 deliver a series asking the Town Council for a fran- j of lectures before the Alliance Fran- oil, coal and caise in America. M. Levoirre is said csctore for to De the sor of est University profes- He j Courtland Street this afternoon at j other 13 p.m. The funeral service was con-i oul Ui i h Rov T P Perrv i come across m Ad- is 31_ He wlll speak before University I Seats on sale up to 7 p.m. at the vertise-r. I audiences in New York, Cincinnati, Arcade for the San Francisco Opera; San Francisco Opera Co. in "The Montreal and Chicago. 7 p.m., Lyceum box office. at the Lyceum tonight, j-------------------------------------------------------- per TO CLEAR Natural Versus Forced Digestion The wise person who is subject to indigestion will not resort to pepsin preparations to force digestion after eating, but will so plan his meals that digestion will become natural and easy. He will use at meal times i i f T Rogers- Cunningham Lumber J. i -f nr Quality T j 4 T I 4. lit fingers-Cunningham Lumber Company, limited ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, Phone '523 Yard, PHons 423 General Office, Phone 323 I desire to thank my CUSTOMERS FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES ains T for having helped me to do A -4 the largest Xmas business J. Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST li liiill 111II 25 per cent. the balance of the year we offer the F.R.H.S. ciase florist PHONE 591 following lines at 25 per cent off regular prices HOCKEY SKATES. HOCKEY STICKS, CARVERS IN CASES. RA- ZORS IN CASES, SCISSORS IN CASES, FANCY PARLOR LAMPS, BRASS TRAYS, FERN BOWLS, ETC. Tjhese lines will be cleared week, so do not fall to take advantage of the tremely low prices offered. Stafford' Jig new vote out of town, write Announcement WE SELL HAY and GRAIN Phone No. 1135 The LETHBRIDGE SADDLERY CO. Alberta's Pride Bottled Beer Bein a product of ingredients that come from the hops and is nature's remedy for cases of faulty di- gestion. The blending of these elements, in the process of brewing, pro- duces, naturally, a little alcohol, which mildly urges the organs.of digestion into their natural activity. Get a case of Alberta's Pride bottled beer for home use. The Letlibriiige Maltiog Co., Ltl Phone 79 i Please trim carefully around border VOTING COUPON Void1 After January 5, 1910. The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST 5 VOTES Address. When filled and received CoiXeet Headquarters before expiration o( date above. ;