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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta rtNEST JOB PRINTING AT "THE: HERAL.D TEe LethbridgeDoily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Ifceajn letkbriihjr-is the OIUIS HGIE laving a large men! of Carving Sets I on hand'we will, for the next two days, give 20 per cent off to clear THE i HICK IMDVUE co. Fresh Eggs they say are bringing 50c to 60c per toi This is a golden opport- tunity for the poultry raises especially if he uses Dr. Hess Poultry Panacea Which is GUARAN- TEED to make hens lay. For Sale Only By J.D. Family and Dispensing: Chemists elephoDS 49 Resident NightClerk J REDPATH STREET J We Sell for Cash CITY AND DISTRICT I The Store of Quality j For a Full Supply Of PHONE 21 G. m co. Tie UIIOI Stan li to City The Model Restaurant IN THE New Hill Bl'k Got off to a good start last nigh land is now prepared i to give the public service and menu that is unexcel- led in the city. John CanLin PROPRIETOR 100 ACRES I fturtan City Fruit Lands THE WEATHER. today and on day, and comparatively mild. Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 J OffaU Calendars for the balance of year. f New stock of 4 The two Masonic lodges in the city j 'meet tonight for installation of offic-j i ers. i New motion pictures at the Eureka tonight. j The License Commissioners "have i granted a hotel license to Demmon I Bros, at Coal City. j CITY AND DISTRICT. Xo hockey practice tonight. Ice out 01 condition. Mr.. F. Agnew, of the StafTord-Ag- new Co., is spending his holidays at Calgary. A hearty laugh at the Eureka to- night. E. J. ChudJeigh of ITacleod is a visitor in the city today. ilack Marks of the Tom 3farks Co. j been stricken with apoplexy 'and in tbe city yesterday. critically ill I you I5ke Sood music come and J. S.'T. Alexander of Fernie. spent j hear on the cornet. Christmas with his old friend C. F. Rev. 31. White of Lacombe is stay- j P. Conybeare. j 'mS a (lay or two in I S. J. Shepard will remain in Cal- j -Vt eight o'clock tonight the Knox gary several months preparing for I Church Sunday School will hold their his law examinations. j annual Christmas entertainment. A scries of Evangelistic sen-ices i 2Irs- Mmkler, daughter of A. H. Xi Shadows, or the Coming Man, c.t i w j i the Lyceum people in j Ithis act. Senator Bemipr of St. Boniface has j commencing about January 2-ith will JUST ARRIVED Come Early EnfiCPTQniii'1? fiilflif RTflRf RUDLfilDbr! 0 olufit 1st Soir West of Mm Bank Phfrr- 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. be held in Westminster Church. McKeown, left this afternoon to join her husband, who is now attached to Skeith and Tilley will occupy their i Dominion Lands Office': at Edmon new offices in the Oddfellow's Block, J ton- corner Round and Dufierin Streets on j annual Christmas entertainment or about 1st January, 1909. i Of the KnOx Church Sunday School The Taber Free Press says that C. t wiil be held in the church at eight W. Gray of this city contemplates j o'clock this evening, building a large business block there) w- C. Ives' law office is now lo- in the near future. I cated in the new Stafford Block. J. T. Hall, Medicine Hat's public- i A gentleman informs the Herald ity commissioner, has been appointed that he saw a wild goose on the ra- permanent secretary of the Associat- bottom on Christmas Day. ed Boards of Trade of Western Can- Adam F. Turner manager of the i ada. i Bank of Commerce at Ponoka. was I Mr. and Mrs. George Nixon, Dun- j married at Ponoka to Miss Gertrude i dalk, Ontario, announce the engage- i Huriburt, of Warkworth, Ont. 0 I ment of their second daughter, Eva j Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Trites of Fer- THIS IS THE M., of Gait Hospital, Lethbridge to Mr. Ben McGregor of Morse, Sask. nie, left last week on a trip to Aus- tralia, Japan and the Hawaiian isl- j the marriage to take place quietly on ands and expect to be absent for four {Dec. 30. j In accordance with custom Mr. and monthns. time honored Mr. Arthur Bergeron has uurchaJed Mrs. P. V. Sprout were presented with a combination ths; boarding house formerly belong- ing to T. W. Hanrahan, 416 Hound 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 pay you to come here. Alberta Orug and Book Co. Prescription Specialists I. 8. HIFLEV, Mgr, LETHBHiOGE i Bible and hymn book Rev. A. A. j St., and intends to carry on the bus- Lytle on behalf of the congregation iness of supplying board and rooms at the Westminster Church last night) at moderate charges. Mr. and Mrs. Sprout's marriage was' The many friends of E. N. Barker, the first to be solemnized in the i of Cardstou, will regret to learn that 4 church. i his wife, who has been in New York w Good singing at the Eureka tonight, for some time, is not expected to live CITY AND DISTRICT. Accountant McLennan of the Union Bank Staff of .Pincher Creek, who spent Christmas with his parents in the city returned to duty last'even- Theo. Odmark this morning began operations for the erection of a resi- dence at the corner of Cutbill and Ford this is winter time in Lethbridge. City Engineer Arnold reports that the new power plant plans are on'the way he having received already two copies of the specifications. j Members of the Sons of England will meet at the Lodge Room tomor- row (Tuesday) afternoon at two o'clock, on the occasion of the funeral of the late Bro.- It is re- quested that every member and pro- posed member who can possibly at- tend will do so. The grey team belonging to W. Eck, berg were this morning' standing- on Hound St.. when the fire team which was out practicing, came along, giv- ing the animals a scare. Rearing upon their hind legs they smashed all fastenings and made a bolt for Hed- path Street, running madly twice around the square. A buggy the property of Santonio Sanario Of j North- T.Yard was waiting outside a store on Round St. when the hind wheel of the delivery rig attached to the runaways struck the buggy smash ing it to matchwood. The team passed in a miraculous manner through the city traffic being at last brought to a standstill on the hill at the back of the Steam Laundry. This land is well two miles from Burton city. Soil is of a clay nature. It has four acres cleared, 40 apple trees on it, also raspberries and strawberries, balance seeded to clover. The ground is easilv cleared and contains lots of water Price Per Acre For Quick Sale If interested write McDERMID MdURDY KELSON, B.C., or Inner L, Letkbriiige Wishing Everybody Compliments Of The Season NELSON GOW 3 lots Ashmead St., 27 x 125 ft. each, per lot, I terms cash, balance 12 months. t _____ i ALBERT E. IVES, OLIVER BLOCK I Fine Warehouse Site on Spur Track Enquire For Particulars 4 Skeith Tilley j Phone 197 Whitney Block for Sale or Rent One New Cottage, West of Westminster School Cheap and terms to suit purchaser G. c MCDONALD Room 6 Whitney Bile.. A Snap 3 40x125 ft. lots close to North Ward School. 8175 each, 325 cash. per in on tli. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK Chief Gillespie goes to Macleod to- day on a business visit. MISS G. A. DAINTY, Graduate Nurse. Norman St., east of Westminster Road. Phone 269. 14-6 Railway Situation (Continued From Front Page) I understand that the C-P.H. has purchased a controlling interest in the A. R. I. and if this is the case I think it is time they took it over as one of their legitimate children, treat it as such, and give the same i rates and considerations as they do For The Working Man North Ward Lots, well located, at S85, down and a month till paid A. L S. Ripley i i 9 TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonaid Block servant. Apply Mrs. J. E. Lethbridge, Dufferin St.14-6 i'O furnished rooms, in modern., house. Apply 36 Argyle Ave. 13-6 over other branches of their great system. Now, Mr. Magrath. I shall be pleas- ed if you can give a it-tie time to discuss this matter through the press. It concerns the public and I can as- i sure you that I am writing this by and with -the consent, and in the in- terest of the farmers alocg the said j Ivimh'.Ul brunch and J will say in con elusion that this part cannot, arid will not develop until this or some other road is constructed. The part on the South East of St. Mary's is be- ing depopulated, farms that were once broken up and raising good crops are going back to grass. Trusting that you'will give this mat ter your most earnest consideration, and at as early a date, as possible. Yours truly, Thos. H. Woolford Jorgenson Bros, will open their studio outfit, one of the lat- Mr. Barker left for New York last j new studio beside the Baptist church j week- j tomorrow when the public are cor-' dainty tea service of Limoges dially invited to visit their gallery China was on Thursday presented to and seo samples of work. They have Popular young ladies Misses fitted up thoir studio in an up-to-date Murphy by the staff of manner and installed a new "Century tiie city offices and the Police force. Needless to say the young ladies'were delighted with this Christmas box ALL KINDS I OF lumber Company Id. Phones .23 and 123 Main Yard North of Track Also Cor. Westminster and Baroness RedpalhSt.West i est make. They turn out all classes j of work and guarantee satisfaction. j The Stratford Beacon says: Mr. j Sam. IT. Horner, of Lethbridge, a j Strarford old boy, arrived in the city j today at noon. Mr. Horner is a bro i ther of Miss Horner, the public school teacher. Pie left Stratford about twenty-five years ago to join tho Boyal Northwest Mounted Police. He resigned his commission a few years ago, and has been engaged in the saddlery business in Lethbridge. was an entire surprise. Armstrong Dean, chairman of the defunct Globe Insurance company, who failed to Pay their losses of j in the recent fire at Fernie, was committed for trial by Magis- trate Whimster at Fernie on 'Thursday last, and as he has applied for a speedy trial, the case will come up before his honor Judge Wilson today. The grand Christmas tree and en- tertainment given by the scholars of He ,was associated with Mr. Thomas tne Saltation Army Sunday School, Stoney in the saddlery business in! takes place tonight at 8 p.m. Every- Mr. Sloney's old piace of business on' tjlinff to make it an enjoyable time is Wellington street, some place between Whyte's corner and the Royal Hotel. He is renewing old acquaintances in the city." Children's entertainment and tea on Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 30th, from 3 to 5, in the English Church Parish Hall...We want the chil- dren to come, and will endeavor to give them a pleasant time... Admis- sion lOc. Special Sale of Ebony Hair Brushes Perfumes Leather Goods J. J. Johnston -QUALITY QUARTERS- being done. A good programme is arranged and Santa Ciaus of course has promised and will be there. You come as well. Admission twenty-five cents. Proceeds entirely devoted to further Sunday School The Knox Church Sunday School will hold their annual. Christmas en- tertainment at eight o'clock tonight. At the Lycedm and James, whistling, singing and talking novelty; Angelo DC Dominicius, cor- net soloist; Milliard, Phillips and Co., the two Dunbars, and O. D, Pad- dock, electric novelty danced. Its a rare treat. WE ANNOUNCE The opening of onr school io the Stafford Block on Jan. 4th next. A good equipment will be provided We start with 4 typewrit- ers and will add more if necessary. ]Tor particulars apply to Geo. J. Schmidt Principal, Garbutt Busi- ness Collect. THE LYCEUI STRICTLV UNION WeeK of Dec. 28 Music-Comedy-Drama BROWN'S GILT EDGE COMEDY COMPANY Laugh, Laugh, Laugh, and Laugh Some More Get In Mr. Russell E. Milliard Miss Mignonne Phillips Mr. Frederick James Mrs. Frederick James Dramatist Dramatic Star Whistling and Singing Vocal Artist Excellent New 1 JUIUIM uugu Mr. Chas. Dunbar Comedian Miss Madeline Dunbar The Clever Little Soubrette Mr. O. D. Paddock Electric Novelty Dancer Mr. J. W. Wallace Illustrated Novelties Mme. E. Norman Pianist Mr. J. B. Gaskell Everyone A and TUESDAY EVENING The Well-known After Piece Shadows, or The Coming Changes Every Other Night 1st Performance, 7.45 2nd Performance, 9.30 ADMISSION ADULTS, 25c; 'CHILDREN, UfFFIf THREE MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY-NLA 1 HLLR Friend, You Know Sure "M1 fcfcli MARKS f I Guess Yes M w t f O ;