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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY to ta UMMp H fc MUM m fafci til CMEUftfM KTHHTCKt THE UtDPATH STREET We Sen for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 f Why not tend with your for a Prosper- ous New Yew a box or of Webb's Fresh Chocolates or a Bottle We have both in i fine variety of packages at all .prices, at J ftCiltt boos Tte Store of Quality For m Supply Of PHONE t ttNttmli tk Dtj CENT Off all Calendars for the balance of year. stock of LWALLPAPER JUST ARRIVED Gome Early IDttRTSQM'S CITY AND DISTRICT Something good for of he Eureka tonight. Mr. and Mra. J. Turner of Magrath are on. a visit to the city, A car of B. C. sugar is being un- loaded for the Hudson Bay Co., this Bargains IN THE WEATHER. Edmonton, enow- .10 22 ;.2 Lethbridge, cloudy .15 48 13 Medicine Hat, fair 48 14 light falls but mostly fair and very cold; Wed- 'uesday fair and very cold. I C. W: Gray, Mrs. Gray, and Miss May gone east to Hull, Que.t oh a visit.- A. Helmer of Calgary, ranch iu spec- tor-for the-Dominion Government; is in the city today. CITY AND DISTRICT. Keep the C. O. F. annual ball on New Years' eve in mind. ;Sarry B. Higinbotham of Brussels, _.Belgium', Brothpr of J-D. Ejginbbth- F. Colp man and Mrs. Gee. iii53r- ried in London, ,Eng., on Dec. 23rd to Miss Hatton, daughter cf the. late J. Toronto. Rev. Robert.Fearsou, assistant pas- If you like good music come and hear Dominicius on iht cornet. Mrs. Jesse Fraser arrived last ev-j T- i. i tor of the Central-Methodist Church, emng from Lacombe and (is visiting' Calgary, has accepted a call from the Grace Methodist Churcli of Ed- Fancy Drawn and Embroi- dered Linens, Pin Cushions, Hand Fancy China Cups and Saucers and Glass Vasek I ALL OUR NET and SILK WAJSTS to be Cleared Out iuick at Greatly Reduced Prices Within Everybody CompUaeatt Of TKr Scitoa NELSON GOW 11 2 koU, corner London Road and Ernest Street, !'ALBERT X. WES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK PHONE 34 THE CASH STORE A, Macdonald Co, For Sale or One New Cottage, West of Westminster School Cheap and terms to suit purchaser G. c MCDONALD Room 6 Blk.'" her sisters the Misses MtLeay. C. Matcheit" teav in the wcnucis s, .74. inonton, to succeed Hev. Mr. Tuttle. on. a-visit to I is oli li-unc at I cttr- i rt i whose term Tixpires next June, boro and other places in Ontario. CITY AND DISTRICT, sub- The Bishop of Calgary has very OUR LETTER BOX. 1st fear Id if imi lot Phono 2SI Agents for Underwood Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Snyder arrived last evening from Liberty, Ind., to spend a day of two in Lethbridge. Mrs, A. -D. Eankih, wife of a gary old-tisitir.. was overcome byj failure and died on the street. Hugh Scott.. was at Tabor night conducting the .5 the omcers of the ifasonic Lodge there. .F. A. Lewis, bringing a carload of ..and live, stock. arr rived in Lethbridge yesterday from Eardette. "jsct to decision of the stationing committee. W. C. law office is now lo- cated in the new Stafford Block'. J. Acton has accepted tht atrnvy for (.he Western. Caiiaila Si-ok Co., thankfully accepted .the offer of Rev. Arthur J. B. Dewdney, M.A., Oxford, to became an. honorary worker in the diocese. was for sev- eral years a London clergyman, but his health obliged him to THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY Just after Christmas yon can pick up so many little things, for next to nothing, that it sometimes pays to one thing sure it will pay you to come here. KiberteDrugandBiMikCo. Prescription Specialists IE, A special meeting the council will be held on Wednesday evening to lastl in bonds and U.P ttafc-work. mortgages. Ilv is .-tlso financial fl'om the Bishops oi Islington, is married and frfnfprt r.i XP-I one child. He is to arrive XlicXwCvL iiL-liZLU it f J C t da. 'Mr. Acton 13 v-'ell K cifcy and xvtll mate tative for rhess conunmies. The Electric Light' Company at deciowl (Tfcit 15 not responsible for the expressed in t'ais col imn. All correspondence -must be icconapanidd by the writer's name otherwise publication will be refused THE TWO DAYS' HOLIDAYS. you call jour: "Point o meeting last night to fi; ia: .next. -Hc; will reside in Calgairy and will do .such work inj .M cross-eyed ye; bishop may assign, to him. I terdayj wheft you. say for gas to the depth of feet consider the advisability of extendjiig1 a contract with a new drUler the water works systems. j of long experience, provided the city The City Clerk reports considerable! correspondence from the North Ward, complaining- ot the delivery of water in barrels being very irregular. W. Glasgow, a Slav, was remanded for trial yesterday at the R.N.W.M. P. Barracks for unlawfully and wil- fully damaging property on Saturday evening last. Shadows, or Coming Man, it the Lyceum people in this act. A report .states that the Spokane flyer is delayed between Macleod and here on account of a derailed engine. danger was reported however and No. 8 was billed only an hour or two A Snap 3 40x125 ft. lots close to North Ward each, cash, per month. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK lad a two day holiday last week; I presume you refer to Friday and Sat- urday. On members of the La- bbr Union, were at work all over the itv, and the Union has no record of such a holiday or arrange meat for it. The Lethbridge News "heard' 'that Barford and Ry lands were to close their stores from Thurs- day to Monday, and doubtless hav- ing in mind, the Three Tailors of Tobley St., of its own "volitioji it printed .some notices arid hawked For The Working Man iTorth Ward Lots, well" located, at down find a month till paid A. Ripley TELEPHONE i94 OfHceS MacdoDild Block them ground storekeepers. at 20c. to individual in the swim of 'half-week factory holidays around Toronto, where the factory laborer does his. half-yearly cleaning, of scale from, boilers while the other hands perforce go idle; and there you arc. One part-of your paper yells "Boost while the othtt part knocks it badly by assuming th'at merchants who are out for a living, and -wearing misfit.-halos of martyr- 'dom, as AEsop II. would put it, are at the mercy of a" few merchant On which foundation j princes and printers. your view point has Lethbridge right K .LOED NOZOO. granted six mouths' extension of time. The company has already spent ia out the pipe and it will cost a similar amount to put it in. again. Tomorrow morning -I. '.i'jiinbo- them leaves on an extended trip to points in Canada trie States. He will meet Mrs. Higinbo- tham at Guelph and leave on Feb. to embark on the "Arabic" and join the party of six hundred who are taking H. Clark's personally conduct- ed tour through countries adjacent to the Mediterranean. The party will visit Azopes. Madiera, Gibralter, points in. Spain, Algeria, Italy, Greece Turkey, and Palestine, At Al- exandria Mr. nncl Higinbotham late. The city are. advertising the new power plant contract in the New Yorkl will be met by Mr. Higinbotham's and English engineering papers and; brother and his bride, are expecting some close tenders, the; plans and specifications having- come] TOO LATE to hand. A watcb. night service commencing' at 11.30 p.m. will be held in the S. A. Barracks on New Years eve con- ducted by Cap. Adams. Refresh- ments will be served and all are in- vited to attend. FOR CLASSIFICATION or a partly furnished house; .close in. Apply Box S, Herald Office. 15-0 FOR bufialo robs, six feet square, with good lining, for Those happy individuals possessing] sale cheap. Apply J. C. Brown, Mc- cutters were not long in taking Agency, City. 15-6 tage of the recent fall of snow a verv STRICTL-Y UNION THEATRE- seasonable indulgence for Lethbridge This solves the dust problem for a! few days and will rejoice the hearts o'' j the farmers. There is nothing so1 good for the winter wheat as a good covering of snow, -which not only ir- rigates the land so warms the earth that many nutritive properties are developed- At the Lycedm 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 9 rare treat. ;M wnnn you find n. difference. Some is old, and some is young. Our methods are always We're never in a rut. Don't think of building or estimates. It's a saving to pet it, and our lumbor all richt. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Company Ld Telephones 23 and 123 STIRLING AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites, Farm Lands, ami Coal Lfinds REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE WeeK of Music-Coinedy-Drama BROWN'S GUT EDGE COMEDY COMPANY Hear We Are Laugh, Laugh, Laugh, and Laugh Some More Special Sale of Ebony Hair Brushes Perfumes Leather Goods Stirling t J. J. "Johnston -QUALITY j Druggist QUARTERS- NEW AND OLD A new school, new in its equipment, its its purpose, but old in the knowledge of business re- quirements, and the pre- paration of young people to meet such requirements is die Garbutt Business College, Stafford Block Get In Early To- Night Mr. Russell E. Milliard Dramatist Miss Mignonne Phillips Dramatic Star Mr. Frederick James Whistling and Singing Mrs, Frederick James Vocal Artist Mr. Aisek Dominicino, Corict Ssloist (Hnrfc MsteSpecjaBst) Mr. Chas. Dunbar Comedian Miss Madeline Dunbar Tie Clem Little 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 Toe Well-known After Piece ws, ui x iic Changes Ewry Other Night 1st Performance, 7.45 2nd Performance, 930 ADMISSION ADULTS, 25c; CHILDREN, UlCCIf THREE MONDAY, TUESDAY and 111 II nLLR Our Old Friend, You Know Sure 11 Lit 1 11 kkll T( MARKS Well F Gucw Yet ;