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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PUREST JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY ihen ii is the ULlfS NOTE living i large assort- I intof Carving Sets I on hand we will for the I next two days, give j! Zfl per cent off to clear COME EM AND BET RUST CHOICE THE lUOVIUff CO. RfcDPATH STREET We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 I 4 Why not send with your best wishes for-a Prosper- ous JSTew Year a box or basket of Webb's Fresh Chocolates or a Bottle Of Perfume We have both in a fine variety of packages at all prices, at J, 0. Family aud Dispensing Chemists elephoos 49 Resident NigrhtClerk The Store of Quality For a Full Supply Of Groceries Fresh Vegetables Crockery PHONE 21 G. BflAOBEER CO. Tie Dull IH Star! In tin City f Bargains IN CITY AND DISTRICT Something good for the patrons the Eureka tonight. of THE WEATHER. Edmonton, snow.....10 22 .2 Lethbridge, cloudy .15 45 12 Medicine. Hat, fair 48 14 light falls Mr. and Mrs. J. Tumor of Ma-rath i but mostl-v fair aild cold' nesdaJ' fair and cold. OffaU Calendars for the balance of year. New stock of WALLPAPER JUST ARRIVED Come Early ROBERTSON'S BOOK STOfiE !st Door West of Union Bank Phone 251 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. are on a visit to the city. A car of B. 0. sugar is un- loaded for the Hudson Bay Co., this morning. C. Gray. .Mrs. Gray, and .Miss May Gray, have gone east to Hull. Quo., on a visit. AND DISTRICT. Keep the C. 0- F. annual ball Years" eve in mind. I Harry B. Higmbotham of Brussels, 'Belgium, brother of -T. D, Higinboth-j A. Helmer of Calgary, ranch E. N. Higinbotham, Mrs. F. Colpj tor for the Dominion is, and Mrs. Ceo. ilackay, was mar-i in the city today. rien in London. Ping., on Pec. 23rdj if you like good music coma and I Miss Hatton, daughter of the late' hear DonTfnicius on the cornet. s- Hatton, of Toronto. j Hxs. Jesse Fraser arrived last ev-! Rev- Pearson, assistant pas-. ening from Lacombe and is visiting1 the Central Methodist Church. hsr sisters the McT.eav. Left Overs Fancy Drawn and Embroi- dered Linens, Pin Cushions, Hand Bags, Fancy China Cups and Saucers and Glass ALL OUR NET and SILK WAISTS to be Cleared Out at Greatly Reduced Prices Wishing Everybody Compliments Of The Season 2 London Road and Ernest Street, ALBERT E. IVES BLOCK PHONE 34 THE CASH STORE the xry. nas accepted a call irorn Grace Methodist CiiUrL-h of Ed- f For Sale or Rent One New Cottage, West of Westminster School Cheap and terms to suit purchaser G. c. MCDONALD Room 6 Whitney Elk. C. itatchett leaves in the waning on a visit to Ms oli ham- at 1 cu-r-! to succeed Kev. }Ir. Tuttle.l boro.and other places in Ontario, j whose term exP'res next June. 3Ir. and Mrs. B. F. Snyder arrived! ject to th'-v of the stationing' last evening from Liberty. Ind., to spend a. day or two In Lethbridge. OUR LETTER BOX. committee. W. C. Ives' law office is now lo- Mrs. A. D. Rankin, wife of a "cal-; cated !n the new Stafford Block, gary old timer, was overcome by! Acton has accepted thu aiiiii'-y heart failure and died on the street, i tiie Western Canada Si ek Co., i'onds and CITY AND DISTRICT. The Bishop of Calgary has very thankfully accepted the offer of Rev. j Arthur J. B. Dewdney, M.A., Oxford, to became an .hoj. orary worker in the Herald xs not responsible for i 3 40x125 ft. lots close to North Ward School, S175 each, cash. S10 per month. had a two day holiday last week: I presume you refer to Fpday and Sat- urday. On Saturday members of the La- bor Union were at work all over the city, and the Clerks' Union has no Just after Christmas you can pick up so little things, for next to nothing. WutjMU At O tG wait, one thing snre it will pay you to come here. DitiertaDryyendBoQliCo, Prescription Specialists H. B. RIPLEy, LETHBRIOGE Hugh Scott was at Taber lust! Ltd.. dealers in stocks. night conducting the ;nstailaiion of; mortgages. H? j.s :-lso the officers of the Masonic I.odsre' ent tne there. I idated Mining of F. A. Lewis, bringing a carload of! -a- Acton is veil household goods, and live stock, citv and -vill make u vood re-.-resen- rived in "Lethhriclge yesterday from! tative for 'he.se companies. Burdette. The Electric Light Company at a A special meeting Of meeting night decided to bore will be held on Wednesday evening toj for gas to the depth of 2.500 feet consider the advisability of extending! under a contract with a new driller the water u-0rks systems. j of long experience, provided the city The City Clerk reports considerable j granted a six months' extension of correspondence frnin the North time. The company has already complaining of the delivery of water' spent ?900 in taking out the pipe and in. barrels being very- irregular. j it will cost a similar amount to put W. Glasgow. a Slav, was remanded j it in again. for trial yesterday at the R.N.W.M.! Tomorrow P. Barracks for unlawfully and wil-i them IU1 extendetl lully damaging property on Saturday! evening last. f diocese. Mr. Dewdney for sev- eral years a London, clergyman, but the state of his health obliged him to give up that work. Ho has excellent anciul aer. testimonials from the Bishops of ConMl- "London and Islington, is inarried and in-.. Is'eva- has one small child. He is to arrive wn m April or May next. He will reside in Calgary and will do such work in different parts of the diocese as the IjJshop may assign to him. the sentiments expressed in this col- umn. All correspondence must be accompanied by the writer's name otherwise publication will be refused. record of such a holiday or arrange-L the other hands perforce go idle; and THE TWO DAYS' HOLIDAYS. you call your "Point of Yiew" was somewhat cross-eyed yes- terday, when you say that Lethbridse merit, for it. The Lethbridge News "heard' 'that Barford and Eylands were to close their stores from Thurs- day to Monday, and doubtless hav- j ing in mind the Three Tailors of Tooley St.. of its .own volition it printed some then) around notices at 20c. and hawkecl to individual On which foundation your view point has Lethbridge right i For The Working Man jSfortk Ward Lots, well located, at down and_810 a month till paid TELEPHONE 294 Offices Macdonald Block in the swim of half-week factory holidays around Toronto, where the factory laborer does his half-yearly cleaning of scale from boifers while there you are. One part of your pnper yells "Boost while the other part knocks it badly by assuming that merchants who are out for a living, and wearing .misfit halos of martyr- dom, as Afeop II. would put it, are at the mercy of a few merchant princes and printers. LORD iSTOZOO. to the! the points ia Can.uta States. He will meet Mrs. Jlieir.t.o- Shadows, or the Coming Man, rf j lham at Guelph aml ]cave OM' Feb. this tontght-five to embark on the "Arabic" Vd I join the party of six hundred who are A report, otates that the Spokane! taking I-L Clark's personally conduct- flyer is delayed between Macleod and! ed tour through countries adjacent toj here on account of a derailed engine.! the Mediterranean. The party will! Xo danger was report-! however and' visit Azores. Madiera. Gihralter.' No. 3 was billed oftly an hour or points in Spain. Algeria. Italy, Greece UUe' I Turkey, and Palestine. At Al- The city are -advertising the new: oxandria Mr. and Mrs; Ui-inbothami power plant contract in the Xew York; will be rno-t bv .Mr. Higinbotham's! r.nSaHh engineering papers brother and his bride. i are expecting some close tenders, THE LYCEUM STRICTLY UNION plans and specifications having come TOO to hand, j A. LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION partly Apply 15-0 watch night service or a 1.80 p.m. will be held in the S. j dost.- in. j A. Barracks on Xew Years eve con-[ S, Herald Office. ducted by Cap. Adams. Kefresh-j_____________'.____________________ rnents will be served and all are in-1 FOR buffalo robe, six vited to attend. j fcrt square, with good lining, for Those happy individuals' possessing! sa1-'1 cheap. Apply J. G. Brown, Mc- advan-! C'ormick 'Agency, City. 15-6 IN WOOD you find _a difference. Some is old, and some is young. Our methods are always progressive. We're never in. a rut. "Don't think of building or contracting for lumber 'without our, estimates. It's a saving to get it, and our lumber is all right. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld Telephones 23 and 123 cutters were not long in takin tage of the recent fall of snow a. seasonable indulgence for Lethbridge' This solves the dust problem for a! feu-days and will rejoice the hearts of j the formers. There is nothing good for the winter wheat as a good! covering of snow, which not only rigates the land but sc warms thej earth that many nutritive properties' are developed. I At the Lycecim and James, whistling, singing and talking novelty; Angelo De Dominicius, cor- net soloist; Milliard, Phillips and Co., the two Dunbars, and O. D. Pad- dock, electric novelty danced. Its a rare treat. Special Sale of Ebony Hair Brushes Perfumes Leather Goods J. J. Johnston Prescripfcu Druggist QUARTERS- f STIRLING AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites. Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE G. A. Davis Stirling Alto. A new school, new in its equipment, its methods, its purpose, but old in the knowledge of business re- quirements, and the pre- paration young people to meet such requirements is che Garbutt Business College, Stafford Block AiVeeK of Dec. 28 RROWN'S rnrr TAMDAMV TT11 O MILt I 1 'UVJlfll .Mil 1 O 4 Hear We Are Laugh, Laugh, Laugh, and Laugh Some More Get ill Early To- Night Mr. Russeil E. Milliard Miss Mignonne Phillips Mr. Frederick James Mrs. Frederick James Dramatist Dramatic Star Whistling and Singing Vocal Artist Mr. Afigelo Dominicino, Cornet Soloist (High Note Specialist) 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 Violinist Excellent New Moving Pictures. Everyone A Feature MONDAY and TUESDAY EVENING The Well-known After Piece Shadows, or The Coming Man Program Changes Every Other Night 1st Performance, 7.45 2nd Performance, 9.30 ADMISSION ADULTS, 25c; CHILDREN, 15c NEXT WEEK THREE TUESDAY and Our Old Friend, You Know Sure TOM Well, I Guess ;