Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
PftQK POUIt LtTMiRIDQf, ALT A., WKONItDAY, OECIMBIR JO, Ittt Hayr Bros. ti SEE US ABOUT New Year Gifts We have one of the finest selected stocks of Cutlery and Electro Plate in Alberta. We extend A cordial invitation to every one to call and see our stock. You will fand it an easy matter to select a gift for your friend r B ro s. i Mr. Mackenzie Has Scheme For More Railways TO OVERCOME CONGESTION OF FREIGHT Calgary, Dec. zie, M. P. P. of Macleod. passed through this city on Saturday return ing from a short visit to Edmonton. While iu the north he interviewed i some of the members of the provin- j cial cabinet upon the subject oi rail- I ways for the south. j I Though the .government has no an- j nounceinent yet to make, Mr. Mac- keuzie is quite satisfied thai it will j HARDWARE MEN 4> Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 British Colonial Photographic Co. Commercial Ptiotogpaptisrs and Dealers in Photographic Supplies Rooms t and 2 Oddfellows' Slock Cor. Round and Qufferin Are you having" Photographic troubles? Call and we will help you. Our technical staff is always at your service, and any question will be cheerfully an- swered ADVICE: GRATIS Amateur Photographers are specially invited TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Developing, Printing and Fin- ishing done for amateurs. All work finished inside of 3 days j place before the house a very com- plete and satisfactory policy of rail- way extension theough all parts of i the province, and particularly through Southern Alberta. Mr. Mackenzie has a very interest- I iiig scheme of his own for the encou- i rageinent of railway competition, and for the relief of freight congestion. He proposes to have the C. E. rail way double tracked from Edmonton Bread We are prcnid of the qua- lity of our bread. It is tasty aud nutritious. Our home-made bread is like the kind mother used to bake. We have six differ- eut kinds and we are specialists in each. The proof is in the eating. WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY THE CITY BAKERY ROBT. SCOTT, Prop. NOTHING BUT A SEPULCHRE NOW Description Of One Of Ruined Italian Cities Palermo, munication Dec. with Messina has com- been SOVEREIGN BRAND! CLOTHING I Is made by C'anada's foremost Clothing House who for tifty I years have enjoyed the highest reputation from Atlantic to Pacific for the manufacture of Men's and Boy's Clothing. We introduce the new styles We buy our materials in the best markets We use the inoit improved methods We furnish a better garment at the lowest price Ask for a SOVEREIGN Sri W. E. SANFORD HAMILTON, ONT. MANUFACTURING CO. Limited MAN. PUSHES A WHEELBARROW. TABER NOTES. Taber. Dec. Broderson, of Algoma, Iowa, was an interested visitor in Tfiber today. Two years since he filed upon a valuable home- stead in Tp; 12, R. 18. He has fifty acres broke, all of which he antici- pates drilling to -wheat in the spring. Portland, Maine, Man Walking Across the Continent. to Calgary, and the track thrown en to all railways to travel over. In! F- H. Sherman kit last night on the Fiver ior Frank, B.C., but will San Francisco, Dec. H. Gropn. of Portland, Maine, arrived in this city today on, a walk of nine thousand miles which he is to make on a wager in four hundred days. Ac-' case that arrangements could not be made by the C.l'.R. he would expro- priate. He believes that under such arrangements at least two United j States transcontinental in a of weeks" v After an absence from Taber; of nearly five months Mr. Henrv Hud- son, contractor and builder, returned railways' would run ov yesterday from Ferme, where he has er the road and toe EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each One-third cash, one-third 6 12 Interest 6 per cent, per annum Applf Hlberti Hiilffiy lad Co, (Land Lethbridge, Hits. Winnipeg, Pec. spending a very restless night Senator Thomas Bernier rallied this morning, and is reported to have a slight chance of recovery. POULTRY MEETINGS FOR 1909. The following is a partial list of the poultry meetings which will be held in the Province of Alberta dur- ing the winter months of 1909, in accordance with the educational pro- gram mapped out by the Department of Agriculture. As in the case of the dairy meetings, there will be two delegations touring the province, and the speakers are the best experts on the poultry business than can be se- cured. The schedule of dfites is as 0. Lachance and E. J. Cook, of Lethbridge. January II, Irvine; 12, Medicine Hat; 13, Burdette; 14, Taber; 15, Lethbridge; 16, Stirling. January 18, Warner; 19, Raymond; 20, Magrath; 21, C.irdston; 22, Moun- tain View; 23, Caldwell. January 25, Kimbaii; 26, Macleod; 27, Granum; 28, Claresholm; 29, Stavely ;30, Nnnton. February 1, Cayley; 2, High River; 3, Okotoks; 4, Calgary; 5, Cochraise; 6, Langdon. February 8, Strathrnore 9, Glei- chen. Don't fail to Prof. Tremblay at the Eurtka tonight. EVERYTHING WENT We priced our large stock of Gent's Furnish- ings so low during our Fire Sale that inside of a week there was nothing left in our store. Since then we have purchased A Complete New Stock of GENT'S FURNISHINGS and have priced these goods at figures that should arrest the attention of every man who wants to see his money go as far as possible. Take a look at the goods. Wishing- You All a Happy New Year w. SADOWSKI NBXT BANK OF COMMERCE!