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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta To the Friends and Patrons of this store: The Season's Heartiest Greetings! You have helped to make this year's business a wonderful success and we take this opportunity to thank you, and we-wish _ you and yours A Happy Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. 712 O. Box 670 We Give Special Attention to THURSDAY'S SPECIAL'S Swift's Premium -Hams, per lb., whole...........23c Swift's Premium Bacon, In piece, lb..........33c Fearman's -Bacon, per lb. 28c Choicest Clover Leaf Cream- ery Butter, per Ib. .35c Cheddar Cheese, .....20c Canadian per lb. Roquefort Cheese, per lb. 40c Swiss Cream Cheese, lb. 35c McLaren's Imperial .......35c and 6Gc Premium Boiled Ham. per lb.....................40c The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr i Co: A VERY LARGE AND SPECIAL VARIETY OF GOODS FOB NEW See our Special Ad. on Page 8 for particulars. Our stock is complete inl. every thing., of the best quality of goods. THE GOOD COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 523 HIGH CLASS GROCERS .PROMPT DELIVIPY Hare TCu tried OUR BULK SWEET GHERKINS AND D1LLJ UNO RAISINS CURRANTS DRA'NED Shelled Walnuts. Almonds, etc. by the box. Rating: and Cooking Cfaddock Viner AVE. 8. FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 SHERLOCK BLDOL B SINESS LOCALS the NEW YEAR'S SALE! PEB 20 CENT. OFF All fancy -goods, manicure sets-and leather goods for the balance of the week. What about that of- fice and pocket di- ary for 19111 iOHW! mism door wtit of Union Bank PHONE 1265 Agents for EMPIRE and .UNDERWOOD Typewriters. EDISON RECORDS lliere are no better made records than Edison.- tone Is.aH that can be desired- The machines are of the mechanic's art The scratch and foreign sounds In 'the Edition. changes tonight at Eure-a. Uon't m.ss it. me LeUuridge Messrngr-r Service foi mes ahcl Dag- gage delivery. Office 3U7 Crabb St. i 210 o I Although last night was. bitter cold the EurtT a was n to the doors. Some show this vveex Al. i Keep up the good woric. Call up CFOMI. oicanrrs. corner of j.Rediath and Burdeti stm-is, site Methodist church, i-'hune 474. j 172-0 i After the Hockey Match remember the .Retail Clerks' Smoling Concert in the I abor Hail- All retail clerks meet at Hudson- Bay corner at 7.30 sharp. Phone 632 Pony Expressr. baggage transferred, removals, coal. C.6.D. .308 0 A grand dance will-be'held "nder of the Caledonian Pipe Band in Reding's Hall on Monday ev- ening, Jan. 2. Everybody 'welcome. We can offer you all the advantages in quality, assortment and price that ..naturally, arise from the f net that we have the largest o. stock of 'And Material! RIVERSIDE LUMBER CO, SOUTH'" ALBERTA LUMBER Phune ,4-54 We want to take this opportunity of expressing our appreciation For Loyal Support received from-our NUMEHOtJS CUSTOMERS To show-that we-mean, what we say, we pro- pose THAT for the next TEN DAYS OUR CUSTOMERS shall be handed back ten cents every "dollar they spend in cash in our store. REMEiVIBER, 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 e MgKeown Hardware Co, Ltd. THE _ Edmonton, snowing. ..r.l. Calgary, cloudy Lethbridge, ..cloudy Winnipeg, fair Kor- 10 10 efrects, -which in Faust were ASilene (Texas) Daily At (-thev Majestic one weai. starting January 2. Tfte Store I CHILDREN'S COUGHS Children'! coughs -ly. helped and ,ioothed by fir- ing them oar BABY COUGH SYRUP Why let them rmojc their their bodies in a. distressing- manner when yc-u can so'eas- ily have oa hand a reliable remedy....... 25c tfce bottie, ALBERTA DRUG CO. A. B. Ripley, Mgr. Phone 772 t S p.m. Initiation an-d installation of a and on 'Friday.' Family and Dispensing, V Chemists tfifht and "Day Telephone 122 Night Bell' on Front Door No 'aid cold, a few i members harins; I are requested to 'Miss Browir'nEr and Babe Andrews keep .them all jrdi'ng at the 'Eureka this week, not one dull moment. -iil rT1 A 'T T T T" T" DISTRICT rom> Cabin" tie .world ever wn'o 'kave toured or the" past THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL newest and largest of the best. uto-car meets all trains. T uxurious Lounge, -plesant" bedrooms. A" cellent. Cafe. iry and well-lighted sample rooms. 'H. .Murray supervises all Tvepartments. Tjocms en suite with private A first class electric elevator. is in town today. "He -says that quite C' only on.R T __ December a number of Lethbridge "people are gr.ing to taie in the 'first annual ex- LEAGUE HOCKEY 4. ci rsion he is organizing from Western CITY AM) DISTRICT Mr. mad Mrs. William Henderson, Of Mountain View, are in the city. Thos. Crahari, the Michel hotelkeep- tr, is in the qity. C. of Calgary, is in the city. There wffl be .no choir practice for Knox church choir this week. The first meeting of the public L "'4-' C. Page, of lie, Alexandra Ho- tel, left" for California to spend the -winter. Dr. T. a. Blow, of Calgary, is in the city .with Geo.. J. of the Alberta Loan Investment Co. The "first sitting of the-' District Court .will, be held January 24, when Judge .Winter will Mr. arid of Stirling, general .superintendent of the Bohrearfcedt farms, are in the city. The-itfvernment telephone line is to be extended from ET-owater to Eagle Butte ia the Medicine Hat district. CITY "AT RINK TONIGHT company and production the iiaj-' steamboat race between the "Robert had declared measure" nnconsti- Am m. vt J' S 2. t tutional, but the Socialists wanted to pass it any -way and did so despite the objections of Berger. 30. Tiiis engagement should Lee "the whip- post, Bros', great cot- t.toa picking'. sceneL. Band concert CITY AND DISTRICT Jos. Morgan. B. A., public school inspector of Olds district, is in th? city, spending The .Christmas vacation with Mrs. Morgan and Master Arthur. C. W. Card, jr., of Raymond, is in the city tpday on his way home from engaging in a two .years' mission in Europe'for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. W, B. Sherman-and Harry Turner, of Calgary, who are interested in the theatrical business, are in the city today in connection with the arrange- ment regarding the Ifasing of the jestic Theat-re of this city. "Robert DEFEAT SOCIALIST CZAR; famous turkey with a grca; solitaire diamond set in the re- verse side. ilg treat to those, who have by Prof. Hicks' military Canada to Southern CaTorn'a witnessed the time honored drama, A. P. Day, before lea ring Medicine and also to, those who have seen" it Hat for Texas, was presented by his ihs >h friends with a handsome gold locket oaW-.- in-rribed with his initials -and his ami the la- companies. which to often fre-. this community. Mason Bret. presemt tJicir own orijlaal rersion, eaei. act, character ajid iitua- tloa ai originally Intended by Mn. Harriett erery detail being carefally leolrsd Just as it wii written, IB'.all1 and most luction attempted of- the irerU; t w-f LfJ UrWJ QtfOOiVJii iii UWC t i the .Socialist- in the city Iice court this moraing. T. Francis Among tae important TOTIFHI, paid and costs for beins: disorder- Bros. present most THEATRICAL FREE WATER. FOR-LAUNDRESS? Vleter L. Berger-. Fight In Mil- Wiiykee Ceuriell When Major- ity Adepts.Measure to Aid Dec. IL. it large and So- cial 'E-o-Kifrrfaitic eenjrrwsman-eiect, The. council adopted seventeen res- olutions asking for the passage by the legislature of that number of spec- ial Milwaukee bills' the city to engage In enterprises at preeent barred by law. The Socialists among other requests, want the author ity to erect municipal hospitals, ice plants, pncMng houses, to conduct auy- public utility, and in general to hava complete home rule granted Milwau- kee instead of the -city being forced to ask legislative approval for every isnoTatlci; proposed. There was a "gkt session in the po- GREATER THAN RICHARD MANSFIELD I- the passage and costs for being disorder measure whicb; tfec city attorney and Macli Brown and Oscar Lyons .jSeelartd cacil Poni-ed UP S3 and costs for some weeks past Manager' _the Ohio river upon nettiiEffj meWr'e was" one to allow-wash- drunk and disorderly. Jack Taylor, of the Lyceum cafees of Jce. closely followed by the i 'to water free of lccusrd of an assault on Mack _ Dominion govern- nas been singing the praises of one I the charge; "Tfae'so-citjist citv'atUniPv Srown' meat inspector 01 weights and m6as- sanford Dodge, who was to appear on! transformation scene; the a3a.-1 row- ures. for the territory from Fort vvil- _ J jee o, was remanded until "tomor- to British Columbia, died Winnipeg. th at Properties Amaicamated Copper Co., is visiting T. "J. Simons purposes leav- during the holidays, the guest of Mr. few days for California, and Mrs. C. A. Little. G-lyn St. The old packing, house concrrn known as J. Y. Griffin Co., has for some time been a branch of Friday and Saturday nights and Sat-. urday matinee. reason certain parties yolden the realintic The praise was rich 8C81ie with the aeuthem darkiee lenty of it For this'-- Pickanninies in' their favorite wont to where he will spend a month's vaca- tloc- F. H. El-der, the Milk River merch- ant, was ir. -the city -last night on his look wise, and say, "Press agent." Hut press agent or no press agent, tfcese parties were present when the curtain went up on the first act of night's bill and they were pastimes, buck and. wing dancing, cake "walking and singing: the slave mar-fret, one of the most J v They got them Thank You Swifts, of Chicago, and aftrr Janu- mere wnen it on the last way to Glenere, Minn., to spend .the ary 1 will be Known as Swift Cana- act of Saturday bill Let it Ycar- dian Co-' Ltd- -be said right hers that Mr. Saunder- number of Raymond people left son's praise wss sung. in a good cause "We wish to extend our heart- iest thanks to all our cus- tomers for the liberal patron- age have given us dur ing the past year. Respectfully soliciting a farther continuance of your Drug- and Stationery Wants for the year of 1913 Jackson S Cope Roch ons to JOHNSTON 4. JACKSON ildek Phone 1232 on Saturday morning ror Salt Lake whom were: Mr. H. S. Allen, Hazel Allen, Mrs. Roy Brewerton, Miss Fannie Harris others. Th-ere will not be a rehearsal by the Choral Society tonight. Work will b-e resumed one week from this date, bow-ever, January 5th, at St. and the parties wno hinted press ajr- ent can't be found. As the Gladiator, Mr. Dodge was great; as Sbyiock he was greater, but as Mephisto he was superb. I nave been fortunate enough to see Hroadway favorites appear in the ab- ove roles, and I have written about Augustin's Hall, with a view to get- them and placed wreaths on their tiag ready for the concert at the ear- brows, but when I did all these things iiest possible date. Keep the date I had not seen Sanford Dodge. The L Diehard Mansfield (may he res? of Spring is in the peace he deserves) conld not scenes ever staged; the. in Cecity today. He s- that pros- renowned actor that he was. have rtrayal of Shakes- Jew.. I have a There have been several good Jalisco f to say thiB> because I have seen [snow which will do a lot of good. studied the work of the greatest I The lost fall, however, was blown in- the world, ever knew, and j to drifts an-d will not be as beneficial .v' speak as one who knows. 'as the previous ones. j Tne lack of space will not allow me Secretary Simpson, of the Medicine ''to give Mr. Dodge the credit he de- Hat beard of has received word serves, for his characterization of of Rex this .as- fat usscrtblng is Mephisto, tie little ,L- U Mld" tetal V ipose of erecting thereon a wholesale must be made of the excef jrrocery building. The buildiKj will lent supporting company Mr. DodgiSr ;be 80 x 100 feet in size and three ,sattiereti about hla? the excejl- 'stories high. '.lent utage settle and the >leetrlml A Far- Sighted Man never puts off till the lait minute, things that he knowg must be done. How about your farsightedness? Can't you see where you will have to do some firing up around the place before Ions, some repairs require some lumber? Then" why put it off? Why not come-in and let us tell yon ths cost of the stuff you'll need next time you're in town. But whenever you buy, "be sure and see.ns first even If you have to drive out "of your way to get here. IT WILL PAY YOU IN DOLLARS AND CENTS TO DO THIS letter Compaq, UniibJ ACADIA SLOCK Itl 4M FOR HOLIDAY TVEEK Until Saturday Evening, December 31st, we will sell all Furs in stock at 20 per cent discount This means that you will get A Gentleman's Coon Coat, reg. price for A Gentleman's Eat Lined Coat with otter col- lar, reg. price A Ladies' Sat Lined Coat, mink collar, price for A Gentleman's Black Bear Coat, reo- Dog Skin Coat, reg. price All other furs at equally low prices. enfley Lh ;