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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta FIICI tut fO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor 11.25 pay Motfl In The Lethbridge Daily WHEN IN LETHBRIOQC Tiie Dallas 'Hotel U Best 4. Most Conwenltni to Stay To the Friends of this store: C The Season's Heartiest Greetings! :J You have this year's business wonderful success" and we take this, opportunity to thank you, and TOU andvours v v -s. A Happy New Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Phont 762 P. O. 670 s Give fipwlal Atttntft.i Mill Ordtr. THURSDAYS SPECIAL'S Hams, Swift's Premium lb., whole per 23c Swift's Premium Bacon, in piece, per lb..........33c Fearman's Bacon, per lb. 28c Choicest Clover Leaf Cream- ery Butter, per lb......35c Cheddar Canadian per !b. Roquefort Cheese, per lb. 40c Swiss Cream Cheese, lb. 35c McLaren's Imperial Cheese, .......35c and 60c Premium Boiled Ham, per lb. .40c The Store of Quality 1453 LOCATE How about that Gramophone? A'riW sMpmoat 525 machines Juat received. R large stock of recorda. Come early and get choice of your Tictor or Columbia Records r 1tt door wtit of, PMQME. Agents for EMPIRE and UNDERWOOD areaio better than can be machines are tte .mechanic's iciitcn. and foreign -IS in; CHILDREN'S COUGHS coughs are great- ly helped and soothed by giv- ing them our BABY COUGH SYRUP 1st tn em xacK bodies .in a distressing. manner when you can so eas- ily .have on hand a reliable 25c the bottle. ALBERTA DRUG CO. A. B. Rlpley, Mgr. Phone 772 They got them Store Pictures change tonight at the Eu- High class refined vaudeville. V Call tne Letnoridge Messenger Service for quick-message and bag- gage delivery. Office 307 Crabb St. 210-0 Call up Cro'.vn Cleaners, corner of Redpath and Burden streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Phone 474. Some laugh producers at the Eure-' ka this -week.. -Don't miss it. Al says every number on the program is guaranteed to entire satisfaction or your money" refunded. Phone 632 pony baggage transferred, removals, coal. C.O.D. Bailiff's Sale of horses, machinery, !hay, etc., at old Hembryck .Farm, eight miles east .of Lethbridge, at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, Dec. 30, 1910. Terms cash. 12-3 See two of the "best vaudevillR acts, ever in .the city, at tic-Eureka 'this "week. .Undine the cbmeuienrie, and' Browning "and "KeH- ar, featuring- the 'girl with the mond Heels. The Don't Worry Club hold their assembly Wednesday, Dec. 28, V t CORN ON THE COB _? Of the'very choicest kind, put up in gallon tins, is a rare treat, at this time of the year. These godds are very .scarce this year but managed to get a limited quan- tity. Price per gallon 75c THE GOOD COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 623 HIGH CLAM GROCERS PROMPT DEUVCDY rca tried OUR BULK SWEET GHERKINS AND DILLS UNO RAISINS CURRANTS DRAINED Shelled Walnuts, Almonds, etc. jj Apples by the box. Eating and Cooking Craddock Vi .ra THIRD AVE. S. FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 mer SHERLOCK We can offer you all the advantages in quality, assortment and- price that naturally arise from the fact that we have the largest o stock of LUMBER And Building Materials ?T SOUTHEKST ALBERTA RIVERSIDE LUMBER CO. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER 'i Phone 454 want to take this opportunity of expressing our appreciation Eor the Loyal Support received from our NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS we mean what we pro- pose THAT for the next TEN" DAYS OUR CUSTOMERS shall be handed back ten cents on every dollar- they spend in cash in our store. REMEMBER, for TEN DAYS com- mencing today. This is a genuine fake. OUR STOCK IS TOO LARGE You have it all to choose from TEN DAYS ONLY The MeKeown Hardware Co. Ltd out ot town dally. j THE WEATHER Edmonton, snowing 12 Calgary, fair 20 clear 32 snow falls rha-ve occurred 16 auu. M AND DISTRICT R. W. Bradshaw, a stockman of t> Magrath, passed through town On his way .-to Winnipeg, where he chase a carload of blooded horses. in 1'b.lM Dispensing Telephone No. -1--WLV'.'- Nlfht Bell on Front Door Dia- imum temperatures have ranged b.e- itween 4 and-10 degrees below zero. FORECAST: fair, and cold, but a fewcJocal snow, falls; ddnian' ,Hali." Biner's Orchestra. Thursday, fair and .cold. Regular -meeting of the Canadian Saskatchewan and Order of Foresters wiU be held on cold. snow falls.- Thursday fair (Thursday night, 29th, in the jand ,coW- 'Hall at 8 p.m. sharp, as there j be initiation and .installation of. of- C-'TY AND; DtSTRICT 'j ficers and other business of import-1 ;Ck W. .Green, manager of the 'FJ1I-' ance will come before the court. "All: son Milling -Co espectes to move in- members having badges of the Order, to" his new residence on Ford street 'within tne at night when prr'Ltlle, has purchased the (ScariT-Uniqn Hotel at Coleman. St. Mija.'ofSG'ar'stairs, is spending the holidays HI A J2000. school -wilt be built at Bow are requested to return the same. BAND AT THE RINK NIGHT EXCELLENT ICE Skating from 8 to 11 14-2 TO- 4- ing a weeic or so.. T. S. Mackenzie .Co., are getting very -busy and have.'l'be.en unloading farm 'machinery at the rate of- a car- load a day for the past-two weeks. The Ellison Milling Co., are putting; out their first seed1 wheat to farmers today, showing that "they are getting busy early. The Knight Sugar Co...of Raymond unloaded about foo head 'of horses here last week, which will be distri- buted from this point. Reports from farmers in this dis- trict indicate that winter wheat is standing the winter -well so far, and they are hopeful of the next season. 0. T. Lathrop, of the 0. W. Kerr ,9.nn Co., left this morning with his fam- ily for Santa and other jvveller _ _ coast points. Mr. Lathrop will re-j A. E: Editor of the Carman a D1rotn.er.T OI Stewart and turn in 'about three weeks, but his j 01 Mrs. Mark Beards, af will remain away about three' J months. "from' rne numoer oi t any rate thev were there to -do -business. .The' .building, advanced slowly from was reached; at-wffich price" the property was behalf of the own- er. air; Waddington, in making the announcement, mentioned th price -on -the property THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL fpfce newest and largest jg-otel. jbverything of the best Proprietor A uto-car meets all trains, T uxurious Lounge. bedrooms. Cafe, Viry and well lighted sample rooms, jVp H.-Murray supervises all jjocms en suite-with private baths. A first class electric elevator. 150, and he was prepared to treat pri-! "p yately at this figure with The., the 1911 city council .has- been for Tuesday night, Miss Elsie' GHlroyv of Macleod, for- merly oltKe local public school staff, is in .the cit. CITY AND DISTRICT John "Stocks, deputy minister cf public works, Edmonton, is in the city on business in connection with the department. James Stewart, of the Stewart Private Bank of Trenton, Ont., died last week at his home there. He was y Sun; is'among the visitors in the city "today. Glasgow- and' family, oi Pres cottr O.at.Xjwere among'the-'arrivals in the-'city tils morning. R.. of. .the' "Western Plumbing .Co., left yesterday morning for Frank i accompanied wife. Geo. has been transfer- red from jhV Lethbridge yard of the TJO i-neir rsorth Lethbridge yards. R. of Calsrary, general passenger agent .for tfle C.P.R., is in the city "today on business for the company. Among the visitors in the city to- day are Mr., -and Mrs McNicol, of Grassy ;Lake. and Jas. McNicol of at Roch ons Thank We .irlsh: to extend our heart- iest thanks to all our cus- tomers "for the'liberal patron- age they hare given us dur ing the ;past year. .Respectfully. soliciting a further of your Drufl and Stationery Wants for "of 19H Jackson Cope Prtschption JOHNtTON 1232 __. intend- purchaser. money promised the Sons of who serenaded a n Christmas tvn has been nearly all collected, and sec- the office" retary Warren has turned over to the Relief Society Nursing Mission the sum of 40, which is the amount on ban-d A few amounts are yet ,to be paid "in. The list of donors' is as follows: C. F P. Conybeare 00 L L-- Asquith 00, W Bennett and Party So.60, Dr C. C. Cragg Friends Mr. Ott 00. Chief Gillespie W. A. Buchanan W. Downeor G. B 50 cents, J. Jones 00, Wilson Inspector West J2.G8, 5. King 51 00, F. Waddington J2.00, H.. Fleetwood W. Dal- rymple Mr. Kane 50 cents, Friend" 52.00. Friend Yesterday afternoon W. R. Macken- Culbertson, who was the vicinity EARTH FISSURES I SffWtif COfPH men Pick i EXCJTE COMMENT lin the bag off the street and ha'ng on the letterbox at the corner or City, Dec. Ex- Thirteenth N., and First Ave., 'asmus Hawarth of the University ,5f N., where John Watchman, who col- !Kansas, today made an investigation lects the mail from the letter boxes, some peculiar large fissures whic-ri bag and brought it back to lately have appeared in the earth zie, .the postmaster and 'mail carrier of Royal View, got his bag of mail at the local post office. Before going i to Royal View he loa-ded up his rig with some goods at Hyde Saunt- ers' warehouse, putting" the mail bag cu Oi iGau. Wiieti ne reached j Thirteenth street the bag dropped off but apparently he did not notice its loss for some time, as he telephoned the news in from Hardieville. R. A. BARONS left Monday afternoon to visit her son in St Paul, for aj month or so. Dr. Wallwin and Mr. Bewden spent j a day in Lethbridge this week on business. The .Christmas tree here was a great success, a large crowd gathered to enjoy the evening. The program was rendered by children and larger members of the school, doing honor to those :who had charge of the affair. After Glaus L. E. Waite's ranch, 20 miles in- west of here. The professor was unable, after 'his cursory examination to cause of the phenomenon. He iirill I make a more extended inquiry within a few weeks. The largest fissure: is about 300 yards long and three .-feet wide. Another is about 50 yards long and two feet across at "the widest point A 40-foot rope did not touch the bottom. On the appearance of tie smaller crack smoke issued from it anflj the the program was over Santa ground nearby rumbled and sho.ok. distributed the presents, after Several years ago there were which, the school treated the- crowd al volcanic to apples- jof here. eruptions 200 miles west THE BEST RESOLUTION YOU CAN MAKE FOR THE NEW YEAR IS TO RESOLVE TO COME TO OUR STORE FOR EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN HARDWARE, BE. CAUSE WE SELL THE BEST TOOLS. HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS MADE WE STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WE SELL WITH OUR MONEY AND REPUTATION. AND MAKE GOOD ON EVERY DEAL WE WISH YOU PROSPERITY AND HAPPINESS S taf for w G A Far- Sighted Man never puts off till the last minute, things that he knows must be done. How about your Can't you see where you will have to do some fixing up around the place before Ions. some repairs that will require some lumber? Then why put it off? Why not come in and let us tell you the cost of the stuff you'll need next time you're in town. But whenever you buy, be sure and see us first, even if you have to drive out of your way to get here. IT WILL PAY TOU IN DOLLARS AND CENTS TO DO THIS lumber Company, ACADIA Ntrth Phtfw FOB HOLIDAY WEEK Until Saturday Evening, December 31st, all Turs in stock at 20 per cent, discount This means-that JOUL "will get A Gentleman's Coon Coat, reg. price for............................ A Gentleman's Sat Lined Coat with otter col- lar, reg. price A Ladies' Eat Lined Coat, mink collar, price A Gentleman's Black Bear Coat, reg. price A Gentleman's Dog Skin Coat, reg. price 622 All other furs at equally low prices. The Bentlev Co'v, Li ;