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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ,1 i? H TEe 'THE ;ftAcE' fa STAY; MM. k .UUMfi k tki MUJt .OT The Store of QvtSk? For Fni Suppiy Of PHONE CITY -AND DISTRICT. Til Mf MM Bin to tto Qty MI t im "wi-; mat Cawing Sets N lad fir tie Kit tM fcjlj ii apcatitttidew- MHI Mill IH 4 THE HICHIWM. REDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash f o Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 Fresh Eggs they say are bringing 50e to 60c per to. This a goldeu opport- unity for "'.tba poultry especially ff he uaet Dr. Hess Poultry Panacea Which is GUA1AN- TCEO to make hem Uy Off all Calendars for the balance of year New stock of WALLPAPER OH AND DISTRICT The two Masonic lodges in the city meet tonight for installation of offic- ers. New motion pictures at Eureka tonight. The License Commissioners have granted a hotel license to Demmon Bros, at Coal City. Shadows, or the Coming Man, ?J the Lyceum people ii this act. Senator Beniier of St. Boniface has been stricken with apoplexy and critically ill. J. S. T. Alexander of Fernie, spont Christmas with his old friend C. F. P. Conybeare. S. J. Shepard will remain in Cal- THE WEATHER. today and orT Tues- day, and comparatively mild. AocountftAt McLennan of the Union Bank Staff of Pincher Creek, who Christmas with in j the ;city returned to duty last Wen- 16O ACRES iirtot Oty FfiH This U well situatou, two from Burton, Soil U of a cUy It four olciurad, u ith 40 apple on it, aJao and airawtiernea, baiAnce atedad to clover. The ditmud is eaailr cleared and contains lots of water Price Per Acre For Quick Sak If intereated write o Dm i uiur BO, or Innr L, UttMp Everybody Of The NELSON GOW 3 loU x 125 ft each, f400 per lot, tcmu cash, balance 12 f i i ALBERT .Vp; IVES5 QUVER BLOCK JUST ARRIVED Come Early oi STORE 1st bar test of Biioi Agents for Underwood Typewriters. 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 Td.l pay you to come here. Hlberta Drug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists 11, IlPlPf, Msr. LETIIIIIK gary several months preparing for his law examinations. A series of Evangelistic services j commencing about January- 24th. will be held in Westminster Church. Skeith and Tilley will occupy tieir new offices in the Oddfellow's Block, corner Round and Dufferin Streets on or about 1st January, 1909. The Taber Free Press-says that C. "Gray of this city contemplates building a large business block there in the near future. J. T. Hall, Medicine. Hat's public- ity commissioner, has been appointed permanent; secretary of the. Associate ed Boards of Trade of Western Can- ada. Mr. and Mrs. George Nixon, Dun- dalk, Ontario, announce the engage- ment of their second daughter, Eva M., late of Gait Hospital, Lethbridge to Mr. Ben McGregor of Morse, Sask. the marriage to take place quietly on Dec. 30. In. accordance with time honorec custom Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Sprou were presented with a combination Bible and hymn book by Rev. A. A Lytle on behalf of the congregation at tha Westminster Church last nigh Mr. and Mrs. Sprout's marriage was the first to be solemnized in th church, CITY AND DISTRICT. 'No hockey practice tonight. .cut of condition. Mr. F. Agnew, ot the Stafford-J new Co., is spending his holidays at Calgary. r 1 A "hearty laugh at the Eitreka mght: E. J. Chudtoigh of. Maclebd is-a visitor ia the city today. Mack Marks of the Tom Varies Co: arrived in the city yesterday. If you like, good music and 'hear Dbminicius on the cernet Rev. M. White of Lacombe is staj-- ing for a day or two in Lethbridge. At eight .o'clock tonight the Knox Church Sunday School will hold their annual .Christmas entertainment. Mrs. Minkler, daughter of A. H Theo. Odmark this morning operations for the erection of a resi- dence at the confer of Cutbill and. Ford this is winter time ia Lethbridge. :fl City Engineor Arnold reports that he new power plant plans are on the way he having already" two opies of the speciftcations. Members of the Sons of England will meet at the Lodge Boom tomor- 6w o'clock, on. the occasion of of the" late Bro. H. It is re- queeted that every member and; pro- posed member who can possibly -at- tend :wUl do so. The grey team belonging, to W. Eck jierg were this morning standing on Round St. when the fire team which was out practicing, came along, giv- ing the animals a scare. Rearing left this afternoon to join her husband, who is now attached.! the Dominion Lands Office, at Edmon Fine Warehouse Site on Spur Track Enquire For Particulars Skeith Tilley Phone 197 Whitney Block ferjale fit lilt Oat Ntw WtstnuMte kboot Cfcttp terns to svit. purchaser DONALD Blk. on. The annual Christmas entertainmen Knox Church Sunday Bchoo will .be held in the church at eigh o'clock this evening. C. law cffice is cated in the new Stafford Block. A .gentleman. iniorms Herald that he saw a wild goose on: the ri- ver bottom on Christmas Day. Adam F. Turner manager of the Bank of at Ponoka, was married at Fonoka to Kiss Hurlburt, .of Warkworth, Ont. 3Jt. and Mrs. A. B. Trites of Fer- nie, left last week on a trip to Aus- tralia, Japan and the Hawaiian isl- ands and expect to be absent for four monthns. Mr. Arthur Bergeron, p'irchased the boarding' house formerly belong- ing to T. W. Hanrahan, 41C lUras St., and intends to carry on the bus- inese of supplying board and rooms at moderate charges. The nany friends ot E. N. Barker, of Cardston, will regret to learn that his wife, who has been in New York upon their hind legs they smashed all fastenings and made a bolt for Red- path Street, running madly twice A buggy the Chief Ciillespie goes ta Maeleod to- day on a business visit. around the square, "Santbhio :Sariario of North Ward was. a store on .Round St. when the hind wheel of the delivery rig attached to the runaways struck the buggy smash ing; it matchwood. The team passed -in a the city traffic being at last brought to, a standstill on tue hill the back of the Steam JLaundry. MISS G. A. DAINTY, Graduate Nurse. Norman St., east of Westminster Road. Phone 269. 14-6 Snap 3 40x125 (t. .lots-close to North Ward School, each, cash, per month. R. V. Gibbons TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION servant. Apply Mrs. J. E. Lethbridge, Dufferin Sl.14-6 f0 furnished rooms, in modern 36 Argyle Ave. Railway Situation {Continued From Front Page) I understand that the