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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta FNKEBU9 TO ALL TRAINS Motel Windsor Sfttt I1.2S Day Hettl In Albtrta WHEN IN LETHERIDOI The Dallas Hotel It the Beit Most Convenient UUce to Stay To the Friends and Patrons of this store: The Season's Heartiest Greeting's! 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 New Year Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. fhone 762 P. O. Box 670 We Give Special Attention to Mail Orders KERB'S PROVISIONS ABE THE BEST! See Our Ad. on Page 8 The Store of Quality Geo. Kerr 4 Co. Groceries Fruit, pnone 1453 NEW YEAR'S SALE! 20 PEE CENT. OFF All fancy goods, manicTire sets and' ..leather goods for .the "balance of the What ahoTitthat of- fice and pocket di- or 19111 1st door west of Union Bank PHONE 1265 Agents for EMPIRE and UNDERWOOD CHILDREN'S COUGHS CIMldren's coughs are great- ly helped and soothed by giv- ing them our Th.e.Miome that had the pleasantest sur- prise, at Xinas was the one that had LEGGETT'S OR CHOCOLATES on the table. "We a few left for tr-surprises Store COUGH SYHUP Why let them racs: their their "bodies in a distressing manner when you can so eas- ily have on hand a reliable remedy. 25c the bottle. ALBERTA DRUG CO. A. B. Ripley, Mgr. Phone 772 and Dispensing Chemists Nifht infl Day Teleplsoiia No. ,322. Nijht Bell on Front Door .1 BUSINESS LOCALS _ Pictures change tonight at the Eure ka. Another tonight. Don't miss it. Hurry. ]j Call 666, the Lethbridge Messenger Service for quiet message, and bag- sase deliverv. Office 307 Crabb St. _ ,210-0 A special matinee for 'the women, and children at the Eureka tomorrow 2.30 p.m. Call up Crown 'Cleaners, corner ol Redpath and Burdett streets, oppo- site Methodist church. Phone 474. -172-0 Grand Dance under the auspices of the Caledonian Pipe Band, Rcding's Hall, Monday, January 2nd. All wel- come. 18-2 Phone 632 Pony Expressr, baggage transferred, removals, coal. C.O.D. 308-0 Everybody is talking. about Al's good show this -week at the Eureka. Only two more nights to see, it. grand dance will be held under the auspices of the Caledonian. Pipe Band in Reding's Hall, on Monday ev- Jan. 2. Everybody welcome. 15-3 NOTICE Beginning January 1st, 1911, drug; stores open- ed at the following hours on Sundays and legral holidays Mornings 11 to 1, afternoons 4 to 5, ev-enings 8 to 9. 16-2 Mr. J H Cole, of Brooklyn, ,N. Y., International Bible student, wiU de- liver an address in the new K. P. "Hall on Jan 5th, 1911, at 8 p.m., the subject- of the evening will be "Death." Everybody welcome. Ad- mission free. Don't fail to hear him. PEACH PIES K they are made frotu, the right kind of peaches aro very delicious. have some YINELAND PIE PEACHES (In Sanitary Tins.) Put up in 3 Ib. tins that are really fine for pies. Price per 20c THE NEXT TIME YOU BAKE PIES, THE GOOD COMPANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE PHONE 523 HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DEUVEDY Have TCU tried OUR BULK SWEET GHERKINS AND DILLS UNO RAISINS CURRANTS DRAINED PEELS Shelled Walnuts, Almonds, etc. Apples by the box. Eating and Cooking Craddock Viner THIRD AVE. S. FAMILY GROCERS PHONE 515 SHERLOCK BLDG. We carry everything in And Building Materials and will not be undersold. We can offer you the advantages of having the largest stock of lumber in Southern Alberta RIVERSIDE LUMBER CO. SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER Phone 454 We want to take this opportunity 4 i of expressing our appreciation Por the Loyal Support our NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS T.o show that we mean what we say, we pro- pose THAT for the next TEN DAYS OUR CUSTOMERS shall be handed hack ten cents on -every dollar ihey spend in cash in our .store. REMEMBER, for TEN DAYS corn- Dec. 28. This is a genuine fake. OUR STOCK IS TOO LARGE -You have it all to choose from TEN DAYS ONLY The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd snip out 01 town dally. THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL CITY AM) DISTRICT Mayor Adams "will not return for tie first meeting of the new council. Dr. Annie Verth Jones is a candi- date for school trustee in Nelson. C. H. "-Farrell, oi Sweet Grass, Mont., is a visitor in the city today. A. .C..Moore and wife of Saskatoon, and Mrs. A. R. Moore of Seattle, are in the! city; i Dr. Herbert Lake, dental specialist, Bryan Block, is ill with pneumonia at the Gait Hospital. Rev. R. Pearson, of Edmonton, has accepted an invitation to become pas- tor of the Red Deer Methodist church. Corp. Green, late of the R.N.W.M. Police, Maclcod, has joined the local police force. merchant at Sweet Grass, Mont-., and owner of the Ma- jestic Theatre in this city, was in ithe city "last j Preparatory. servic.e will be held in [The casement" of-Jtvno-x cnurch tonight 1 at 8 o'clock. Subject oi' sermon "It I is finished." "Wm. Shearer, j preacher. The Hodcarriers -Union will hare a j jollifica-tion on Friday, Jan. 6, on the occasion of the installation of the of- This union is growing rapidly and is a strong organization, one of j i the best in the city. They will have a big time t-he smoker. BAND AT THE RINK TO- NIGHT EXCELLENT ICE Skating from 8 to 11 THEWEATHEE EdmontOii, cloudy S 12 Calgary, fair 2 6 Lethbridge, cloudy.............. 31 3 Whinipfig. 10 -12 i Tho weaker has been decidedly cold in Manitoba. The temperature drop- !ped to -12 degrees-below zero during the night. Farther ;iwest it has been more moderate, although tempera- tures registered several degrees be- low zero- In eastern Saskatchewan a is now raging, i FORECAST: Manitoba" and Sas- fair and cold to- day and on Saturday, .with local snow I falls.' j and very cold today 'and on Saturday, local snow flurries, 'CITY AND DISTRICT A man named Jlurrayson was as- sessed three and costs in the police court this morning for heing drunk and disorderly. j- E. M. general secretary of the Y.M.C.A., is moving his office I from the Board of Trade building to the Y.M.C.A. building today. SALVATION ARMY CHRISTMAS EVE CITY AND DISTRICT Senator De Veber returned from To- ronto yesterday He went east to attend the "funeral of his mother. At a meeting of. the executive com- mittee, of the Y.M.C.'A. this morning the contract for supplying the Y.M. C.A. building with one hundred tons of coal, more or less, during 1311, awarded to Geo. N. McLean at a ton. There were five tenders in. The arrangements 01 the details' of the opening" of the building was left in the hands of General Secretary Thontasson. They got them at Rochon's Thank You We wish to extend our heart- iest thanks to all our cus- tomers for the liberal patron- they have given us dur- ing the past year. Respectfully soliciting a further continuance of your Drug and Stationery Wants for the year of 1911 Jackson S Cope ONLY Prescription Successors to JOHNSTON A. JACKSON Block Phone 1232 FOR PIANO VOTES TOMORROW The Last Chance Every Cent of Your Purchase Of Anything in Our Store TOMORROW Up to Four O'Cloek We Will Give Tou 10 PI A; TO VOTES PIANO Will be given away at 0 o'clock sharp. All Piano Votes Must be Pre- sented to us by 6 O'Cloek. None Received Later. GET! THEATRE LEAS! The dispute as to', who shall have the lease and operation of the Majes- tic Theatre was settled last night and B. sv-jBTman, of Calgary, is the lucky man, winning out against Harry Cleveland, who has had the manage- ment for the owner, Sam Griffiths, of Sweet Grass, for some time. Mr. Griffiths came up from Sweet Grass last night to settle the matter. Sher- man got a two year lease of -the whole building except "the stores and basement for a year._ Senator Lougheed of is behind Sher- man in'his management of'the the- atre. Harry Turner, ot Calgary, will be in charge locally., Mr. Sherman has the Doflge Com- pany coming here at once and has_ a line" of engagements made following that company. He takes possession immediatelv. j The Salvation Army Sunday school Christmas treat was a great success. I'l'he nail was crowded to the doors, many having to. stand. The interior of, the nail was beautifully decorated, with chains of red ,and green crepe paper, besides every green and Christ- mas bells. The platform was nicely i fitted up as a drawing room, with an Old Country fireside, where the fire was turning brightly, and two heavily laden Christmas trees situated on each side of the fireside. The first .part of the programme pictured fath- jer.and mother, with their grandchild. j sitting around the fireside, while the three daughters were arranging the Lhristmas trees and singing "Home Sweet Home." The second part was jtne visit of Aunt Kitty and Uncl_e Ben from the country, Aunt Kitty bringing with her the parrot, and Un- cle Ben a large turkey. The third part -brought eight girls in white dresses, who went through a drill, and the last the best to the child- ren, was when Santa Glaus and Mrs. j Santa Claus came down the chimney of the fireside, wearied and tireu with their long journey. The follow- ing represented the different "charac ters: Mr. Tuff, the father; mother. Airs. Stark; the daughters. Sisters tfarwell, Darlington and Minnie Tul- loch; son, T. Russel, grand- i daughter, Louie Stark; Aunt Kitty, r.lrs. Kosaine, and Uncle Ben, H. JDswson; the flower girl, Eva Dawson; Santa Claus, Bro. T. Mills, and Mrs- Santa -Glaus, Secretary G. Wilson. After the programme was ovftr. eighty children received a use- rjphe newest and largest -rrote'l....... A uto-car meets all trains. T usurious Lounge. of the best. -plegant bedroonis. Cafe. A iry and well lighted sample roorai _ TT- "VT H.'Murray supervises all AiliJLi tljj Proprietor..' Departmeats- en suite with private baths. A first class electric elevator. Baud Sergeant -b and Bro. Wil- fred Mellor, for tm -rations: also Mrs. Tulloch Mrs. opwood for dressing the children. 'he officers desire again to thank the local gen- tlemen for donations towards the Christinas treat, also Campbell, Wil- son Home, for candy; Pluukett Savage, for a case of apples, and; A. Macdonald Co., for oranges. FALLJNG OFF-IN TRADE AT ST. JOHN St. John, Dec. official re- turn for the winter port trade made public tonight, show a falling off of 'half a million dollars as compared with the time last year. The total Canadian exports for six- teen liners amount to as compared; with in 1909. There is also a decrease of nearly 54-3.000 in .foreign exports through this port. The decrease is due al- most entirely to the poor of lumber markets in Great Bri- tain. EARL GREY PLANS AN ARCTIC TRIP Ottawa, Dec. plans for Earl Grey's trip down the MacKenzie riv- er'to the Arctic are carried out, his: Excellency 'be at the mouth of the 'MacKenzie by the cruiser, Kainbow, of the Canadian stationed on the Pacific coast as a training ship. It is proposed that Karl Grey shall make bis start from Edmonton in early summer, and as in the case of the trip to the Hudson's Bay, his Excellency will be escorted by a detachment of the Royal North West Mounted Police. It is estimated that It Trill take not more than three weeks to 'make the journey down the MacKenzie. The Journey -by steamboat from the mouth of the MacKenzie to Victoria will be four thousand miles. Special prepar- ations will be taken as to navigation Details of the trip are now being con- sidered, and unless something un- foreseen happens, it will he made. ful present from Santa Claus' and his "wife, besides a bag containing an or- arige, apple and candy. Great credit is due to Ensign and Mrs. Laidlaw; JiVv. PACKED HOUSE ENJOYED MR. DODGE'S "HAMLET" i LAST NIGHT I The presentation of "Hamlet" last by Sanford-Dodge and. his com- pany of legitimate players greet- ;ed by the largest audience that has j 'gathered in the New Gottschalk since j its opening. Even.- seat in the house j v.'as sold and the audience Tvas a fine. I one. -Mr. Dodge's "Hamlet" is a splendid interpretation of the part, and his support r.-as, hardly an j exception, good. Applause and cur- (tain calls'testified the satisfaction of 'the audience with the performance. Mr. Dodge has teen seen here in i numerous characters, but it is doubt- if any of them have been equal to his presentation of Booth's great i (S. D.) Daily News. At the Majestic, week starting Jan- uary 2. A Far- Sighted Man never puts off till the last minute, things that he Knows must be done. How about your farsightedness? Can't you see where you will have to do some fixing up around the place before long, some repairs that require some lumber? Theu why put it off? Why not come in and let us tell you the cost of the stuff you'll need next time, you're in-town. But whenever you buy, be sure and see us 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. Lumber Gorany, liiiM ACADIA BLOCK North Yard, 625 Ysnt, FOB 'HOLIDAY WEEK Until Saturday Evening, December 31st; will sell all Furs in stock at 20 per cent discount This means that yon will get A Gentleman's Coon Coat, rag. price for A Gentleman's Eat Lined Goat with otter col- lar, reg. price for.......'.. A Ladies' Eat Lined Coat, mink collar, reg. price for A Gentleman's Black Bear Coat, reg. price for A Gentleman's Dog Skin Coat. reg. price -S22 for All other furs at equally low prices. ;