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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta NOtST JOB HUNTING AT "THE: HERALD The Lethbridge Daily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY Nil ii LiUkrUfi Is tie Utlti NOTE Card of Chanks We wish to thank our many customers for their liberal patronage hi the past and hope for a con- tinuance of same. We are always prepared to hll all orders promptly as we carry the largest and bosi assorted stock in the city. .OUR MOTTO IS. A Square Deal to Everyone Again thanking yon and wishing yon all a Happy and Prosperous New We remain. Yours truly. The HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET PHONE 62 P.O. BOX 670 The Store of Quality For a Full Supply Of Groceries Fresh Vegetables M? Crockery PHONE 21 The Only U1HOX Stors In the City Our new store is just completed in time for Christ- mas. We will be able to show our patrons the lar- gest and best assorted stock ever shown in this city. Our Prime Steer Beef and other Fresh Moats are unexcelled in quality. We have taken special care to assort our poultry. We also have a full line of Delicacies, such as Oysters, Crabs, Shrimps. Lobsters. California Celery and a variety of Fresh and Smoked Fish. Give us a call and we will do our utmost to satisfy you. Piche Miron Wishing Everybody Compliments Of The Season NELSON GOW T AND DISTRICT. I Entire change of motion pictures at the Eureka tonight. j The A. R. and T. have started.ia'k-i insr from their new shaft. No. G. j See Mr. and Mrs. Brown's family troubles at the Lyceum tonight, i A full rehearsal of the "Darling of at 8 o'clock tonight in th? Parish Hall at Church. The Good Co. will have a supply o: ice cream from now on. The McKeown Hardware Co. has secured the sole agency for the Ma- jestic range. The Majestic is the or- DOG NUISANCE AGITATES TABER Taber, the meeting of the town council last night there were St. Augustin's Present Mayor W. w. Douglas, Clerk Miller, Coimcilmen Davis, Beck, Ham mer, Campbell. Wood, and Bullock. The minutes of the previous meeting were and adopted. A letter was read from Attorney W. C, Simmons 2 lots, corner London Road and Ernest Street, ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK 19O9I I Will Soon Be Here Get your Office Pocket Diaries, Daily Calendar Pada, New Files Trans- fer Binding Cases. Ledgers and other Blank Books. At ROBERTSONS BOOK 3TOHE 1st Door West of Onion Bank Phone 25! Agents for Underwood Typewriters. it i I i I I I THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY RUBBER GOODS This is the season when yon may require a Hot Water Bottle can show you a clean fresh stock of these We cater to the particu- lar trade, -and our stock shows a careful selection of best goods Toy the reli- able makers. J.O. Faintly and Dispensing Chemists rt'.ephone 43 Resident NigrhtClerk WEATHER. VITV cold wave has entered the Provinces from ihe Xorth- wr-st. and accompanied by sviow- Ir !ui.s turned decidedly cold j in Albona and Saskatchewan, and is ojistward: hkb winds prevail. I qi'tres no introduction. The McKeown dollars as salary due him at once, or 'Hardware Co. is to be congratulated j legal action would be instituted agency for a range out delay. Councillor Beck in T Igma raalleaWe iron stovc- manufac- Lethbridge. request. ng rhe council in the Uuitod and e' to turn to north- i i on securing WIIKIS; mostly iair and very! Jc-.'.'lci; local snow flurries. Thursday) i and very cold. i and Alberta Fair I und cold todav and Thursdav. th reputation. favor of paying the bill asked for. A See Mr. and Mrs. Brown's family i communication was then read from troubles at the Lyceum tonight. I Solicitor Wallace wherein he stated Although last evening was cold it! that hehad carefullv investigated the not prevent the theatregoers "___ CITY DISTRICT. Hockey practice iusiiirht at i'.ti The best team that ever played in i LeJhb.-idge at the Eureka tonight. case of Mr. Burns and had come to Lethbridge from patronizing the Eu- i the conclusion that the coimcil was reka. They are all aware it is steam-j not obliged to pay tne biiL Thi leatod. and a comfortable place to For Sale or Rent One New Cottage, West of Westminster School Cheap and terms to suit purchaser G. c. MCDONALD Room 6 Whitney Elk. STIRLING AND DISTRICT City Property, Business Sites. Farm Lands, and Coal Lands REAL ESTATE AND1NSURANCE an enjoyable evenin Tranblay. who is master of the violin, hl- T-, TT i mm tnat the account asked for B. B. Hoyt is connned to tne was loudly applauded., and the lovers with la grippe. j Of music received a musical treat The Good Co. will have a supply such a? has never been heard in the of ice cream from now on. j city in the past. The very clever E. M. McCormick came to the city 1 Thaten Duo, who are playing their from Calgary yesterday. i frith week in the Eureka, have won i retary was instructed to communi- "1 i cate with Mr. Simmons informing had] been placed in the hands of the soli- citor. A number of accounts were read and ordered paid. Councillor Beck was anxious to Miss Sutherland of Bellevue is stay-! the name they are W'ell deserving of. j knmv if the "Dogs Ordinance" had ing- with Mrs. J. Huflner. j It hag been said By the patrons nf been enforced. Clerk Miller answer- Gunn contractor of Winnipeg, is visiting in Lethbridge today. oil The Herald will o'clock tomorrow. Iv take notice. F. G. Norton of Seattle, formerly of Lethbridge. is the happy father of j the Eureka that they are the clever-! ed him saying that he ordered last osi little team that has-ever played I one hundred and hod six- be issued at one j 'm our The management regrets tv of them left. Advertisers kind-[ say that this week will be theatre-j The sentiment of the entire council j goers" last chance to see tho Thaten fwas that the dog ordinance should be i. who leave our city Sunday night. revised, that it was as it Money to loan on good farm securi- a young daughter. j ty. Two of the best comedians in Can-j ada at the Eureka tonight. N. i. MacLeod and Co. A NIGHT Wl' BURNS. AV. F. Buchan has returned from his The- local Scotchmen are preparing trip cast snending Kn enjovahlej10 a grand celebration on the I T _ _ 1--I1 ft CITY AND DISTRICT Just after 'Christmas yon can pick up so little things, for nest to nothing, that it sometimes pays to wait, one thing sure it will pay yon to come here. KilierteDruyeiKlBookCo, Prescription Specialists I. BIPlEy, Mgr. lETfiBRIDGE Hockey Dractice iu nigh tat A.L. Foster lert on the flyer this morning for Halbrite, Sask. Manager Brown of the Lyceum went to Calgary today. Remember the C.O.T. t-jir-orr.iw .night. ilrs. Metherail, of Creemore, Ont., arrived last night to speud a couple of months with her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Hamilton. Your last opportunity to see the Thaten Duo at the eureka. Mrs. E. T. McGregor :tivi b i i ft: rare treat. the two witnesses qi.iet being i j and wife. one, only present. j At the meeting of the Hoyal Arch j Masons last night the following' offic- ers were elc-cted: D. May, Z.; A. C. Messer, H.; A. C. Kernmis, J.; H. Pritchard, Scriue E.; D. Raven, scribe M.; G. Whclen. T. S.; A. G. Nedham, Janitor. At the Lycedm and James, whistling, singing and talking novelty; Angelo De Dominicius, cor- net soloist; Milliard, Phillips and Co., the two Dunbars, and 0. D. Pad- dock, electric novelty danced. Its a rare treat. 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 Special Sale of I Ebony Hair Brushes Perfumes Leatlier Goods J. Johnston Druggie! -QUALITY time. i Mr. and Mrs. J. Xiven arrived j'rom Ca'crary yesterday and are the guests ot Mrs. H. Xiven Sr., of this city. E. O. Elverpre of Xew York is at present staying in Lethbridge. and intends to for a day or so. If you like good music come and hear Dominicino on the cornet at the Lyceum. J. D. Hale arrived from. Fergus Falls. Minn on last night's train iind is visiting the city on business. Win. Sadowski returned from Win- nipeg a few days ago where he spent some days purchasing a brand new stock of gc-nt's furnishings. His old stock was completely cleared out dur- ing the fira sale so that he now has a fresh, clean new supply of goods. See Madeline Dimbar in a new act j tonight at the Lyceum. j Mr. Macdonaid who has been act- ing manager of the Government Tele- j phone .system here since the depar- ture of Mr. Burtaridge ruvs been ap- pointed manager. During November j twenty-seven phones were installed in! this city and there are already nearly i thirty applications on file. j The Good Co. will have a supply of ice cream from now on. The .7. Brown Co. have introduced j nn innovation in the method of mark-! goods. Th.--y have labelled cer-i tain lines vrith. red tickets in order! that customers may distinguish lines j that, are to be cleared. They are I "putting the knife" into their stock! of furs, heavy dress goods and cloth- ing. Tt will interest any who intend i to purchase anything that the Brown Co. have labelled with the red ticket to investigate their goods and prices, j Lyceum, programme changes, to-i night. Rev. c. C. m.s- sionary of the >t Church ir. Al- berta is expected :n the city He goes to tomorrow smd> re- turns here on Friday to A marriage ceroii .3 iv ihc uty. The Messrs, nnd Miss Hayr laUe this opportunity of than'rinp nil friends for very Mnl sympathy in their bereavement. See Madeline Dunbar in a new act tonight the Lyceum, s January. Watch for the bills. SOME SNAPS STILL LEFT. Only two sections of first-class land it ST.00 per acre. Just give me a full and get it all explained. Write Box 337, or call at my office, in the Postoffice Block. E. T. McGregor, Er-al rotate Broker. Alia. now stands, .also that there ure entire- ly too many dogs at large imd declared that a good deal of them ought to R. A. Davis Sterling AlLa. f For The Working Man North Ward Lots, well located, at 18-5, down and 810 a month till paid A. ii TELEPHONE 294 Office 8 Macdonaid Block some rigid method should be instia'at- ed to compel such to do so. It was, therefore moved by Beck, seconded by Hammer that all licenses be collected forthwith. Carried. The secretary" was instructed to pur chase dog tags for the year 1909. Councilman Beck intimated that judg ing from the past it vv.vild be mon- ey wasted. It was moved by Couu. "Wood, see- that every dog tag. It was, be gathered good many more j onded by Comic. Campbell, that the town solicitor be salaried at two hun- dred dollars per year. Carried. A petition signed by all those who use the electric lights was read !o the council. It forcibly condemns the present poor electric service. The company agreed to furnish a sixteen candle power rated at sixty cents pel- month for each light, but the power it was contended would not average than there had been. The Ordinance does say, however, shall wear a brass therefore, the sense of the council that the Ordinance be enforced before the close of the Councillor 'Hammer said that there were a num- ber of business men who had not paid their licenses for the past year, 1908. One man, he declared, who conducted n feed and livery stable, told him he Snap 3 40x125 ft. lots close to North Ward School. S1T5 each. S25 cash. 810 per month. R.V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK subscribers have discarded them alrea dy and use their lamps instead. A committee was therefore appointed to eight candle power. unsal isfac- waid upon Supt. Kidd at once regard not pay a license, and thought lory arc the lights that some of the ing the matter. RED! What will be Red? Look into the store of. the J. BROWN CO. Ltd., commencing today, and see the array of BLAZING RED TICKETS Indicating the immense reduction which will be made on the goods displayed Note Some Quotations NEW AND OLD A new school, new in its equipment, its methods, its purpose, but old in the knowledge of business re- quirements. the pro- paral.ion of young to meet such requirements is chc Garhutt Business College, Stafford Block DRESS GOODS Dress Lfn-.'th.s now ....................S6 65 brown per Knduc-f! Twr-pfl, now Check, 1.25, now 95c 5-1-inch Alpaca, now 10 Twcied Check. now Black Whipcord, 65c, now 50c SKIRTS Hhsok Vicuna, is 10.00, now Grc-y S5.50, now Bmwn T.ustrr-, now Sontfli Tweed, .fllO.OO, now X.'ivy J3hu: jVrelton, .'jl'l.So., Ulack Melton, now .57 40 4 40 5 40 3 40 2 60 MSN'S OVERCOATS Light. Tweed. Light Tweed, Light Twer-el, Light Tweed. Black Cloth. Oxford (.Troy, 6.50. now 90 now .....6 50 now 8 25 now .....5 50 now ......6-30 now ......10 25 TWEED SUITS C-amidinn Tweed. for Canndian Tweed, for 590 C.'inadian Tweed, for 640 Scotch Tweed. for ..890 Scotch Tweed, S1S.OO, for ..1200 Scotch for ..II 40 I lot Lacli for 1 lot Wo lor MISCELLANEOUS vuur choice Hoods, your choice I lot your choice for I. lot. Tie inn ants. 90c 55r 95c LADIES' COATS Rliick Cloth, Black Cloth, for......750 Black Cloth, for ......1750 Tweed Cloth, for......3 00 Twee.-! Cloth, for 7 60 1! The Above MUST BE CLEARED OUT Before Stocktaking The J. BROWN CO. LTD. ;