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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta IFRIt TO ALL TRAINt 1 Hotel Windsor 1 l Day DAILY IN LETHBRIOQK jj The Dallas Hotel to Iht Bert and Moat Convvfr I lent to Stay N BATH- ROOM FIX- TURES have just received a. large shipment of bathroom Fixtures in highest quality nickle Here is some- thing that will make a very useful ami acceptable gH't. Our selection includes Sponge and Soap Holders, Tumbler Holders, Wardrobe Hooks. Toothbrush Holders. Opal Class, Xickel and Plain Glass Towel Hail, finished with nickel Knob, Opal and Plain (Mass Shelves, with strong nickel fixtures. Mirrors nf shapes and sizes. Our range of Bathroom Fixtures IB the most complete in the city. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY C. W.GRAY The Store That Saves You Money" 31O5th Street Phone 761 1-Srdoff XMAS FANCY GOODS BOOKS. CALENDARS Uiitil January, lit, 1913. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONE 1265 NEW WHITNEY BLOCK old boy, Isn'l your as fond of candy as she AVIIS before she married you? Tnko home a box from the The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL SEE OUR WINDOW DIS- PLAY OF HANDSOME ART CALENDARS FOR 191 3 NOW GOING AJtV COST JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 1232 HORSE BLANKETS, ROBES, GLOVES AND MITTS Big Reductions on all Winter Goods The -Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Siir.csPBors to The Lothbrldge Saddlery Co., 2 doors south of Lethbridge Hotel VINELAND, OR FOR SHORT. VINE BRAND CANNED GOODS ARE AT QUALITY mills, Tomatoes, Siring titans, and Ballon goods jwi i" Sanllary tins whloli is a very feature. Only Hie corn and unis are. in ordinary tins. We ask everyone iliat wants only (he best 10 give tlieso goods rrlttl. Those who have used llu-sn goods In lirovlolii years will vouch for their quality. We name here u few of Hip lei'.dlng lines and prices by the tin or In case lots. CANNED VEGETABLES Ib. Sanitary tins; 2 tins for 35c. Per case CREAM tins; 2 tins for....... 25c. Per case GOLDEN WAX OR REFUGEE itary tins; 2 tins for 25c, Per case J2.85 STANDARD tins, S for .........25c Per case EARLY JUNE tins, jier tin......15c Per case EXTRA SIFTED PEAS, 2H> tins, per till___25c Sanitary tins, per tin 15c: gallon Sanitary tins ........tic. Per case of six Gallon Sanitary Tins......50c. Per case of six WHOLE RED tins, per tin___20c. TABLE FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP Sanitary tins- Two (ins for 45c Par case............................. RED OR BLACK Sanitary tins; tins for ..........................45c. Per case RED, WHITE OR' BLACK 211) Sanitary tins, per tin................. 25c RED CRAWFORD Sanitary tins' Per tin 20c. Per case BARTLETT Sanitary tins- Pur tin 20c. Per GREEN GAGE Sanitary tins- Two tins for 35c. Per case..............'................. LOMBARD Sanitary Per tin I5c. Per case Special Offer oil a Case of Assorted Table Fruit. Consisting of 2 tins Red or Black Raspberries, 2 tins Strawberries. 6 Peaches, 6 Pears, 2 Green Gages, 2 Lombard Btums. 2 Red Cherries, 1 Lawtonberries and 1 of Red or Black Currants Crt making in all twenty-four tins or oneicase. Price for che above assorted case............ ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. 625 Wholesale Dept. 1271. THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and Retail ------PHONES------ Grocery Dept. Wholeejle Dept 1271. WEATHER 39 40 24 30 30 IS 2S 37 3C 35 IS LM .01 Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, clear Gallery, fair...... Medicine Hat, fair Battleford, clear Swift Current, clear Regina. clear...... Minnedosa, suowing Port Arthur, fair. Nelson.......... Grand Forks Prince Albert, cloudy Moose Jaw, cloudy Qu'Appelle, snowing Winnipeg, cloudy Forecast Manitoba and erately cold, with light snowfalls. and mild. .08 NEW YEAR GIFTS OUR ASSORTMENT OF NEW liOOKJUETS AND OTHER NEW YEAR LINES, IS LARGE DROP IN AND-SEE THfilV. KENNY ALLIN DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Next Dallas Hotel, Dispensing Chemists Phone 1487 CITY AND DISTKICT Great Falls Masons Hospitable Robert Sage returned on Saturday evening from a trip to the States. He visited the Masonic banquet at Great Falls en route, a-nd reports a very pleasant evening. Cadillac Garage Opens Soon E. A. Williamson, agent for the Cad- illac Motor Co. for Southern Alberta, returned on Saturday from a trip to the company's factories at Detroit and Denver, and will shortly open the company's new garage on Eighth street South. Royal Arch Masons Banquet The local chapter of Royal Arch .Masons, Sheklnab, No. 15S, propose to finish up their year with a ban- quet to be held on Wednesday, Janu- ary at the Lethbridge Hotel. Prior to the banquet an emergent convoca- tion will be held in the Masonic Hall, at 'which the U. A. degree will be exemplified hy the local chapter for the instruction of the companions from Pincher Creek, Maclccd, High River and Medicine Hat, who are ex- pected to visit Shekinah Chapter in ;oodly numbers on that occasion. This is tho outcome of Grand Supt. N. T. Mncleod's visit to the chapters at 'hose points. The visitors and local Royal Arch Masons will be the guests of Shekinah Chapter. After Xmas Bargains is your opportunity to get many things for your- self at a very low price. BRASSWARE at '4 off. 1913 ART CALENDARS HALF PRICE. TOYS, DOLLS, ETC.. at 25% DiSCOUUt..; ALL OF OUR AT prices in ,.manycases below actual cost. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd, I CITY AND DISTRICT Why Is This? Frequently of late the electric lights on Third avenue South, Fifth street south, Fourth avenue ami Seventh street, have been left burning until j well on in the daytime, and citizens are wondering why all tins should be. Phone 555 Third AYS. N ew Year's Gifts JOHNSON'S AND NEILS.ON'S CANDIES Iii Holiday. Packages. We are offering all our PARISIAN IVORY, BRASS GOODS PORCELAIN SILVER ARTICLES AT ONE-THIRD OFF The Salvation Army The Salvation Army sen-ices for the closing Sunday of iiiu were of a bright, joyous character, with an ex- pression of gratitude to Providence for the blessings of At the holi- ness meeting, nearly all present ex- tolled God for goodness and mercy during the year, and Captain Pease gave a very helpful address. In the afternoon the hand gave a concert for tlie benefit and entertainment of tlie patients at 'the Gait. Hospital, and it was greatly enjoyed. Captain Pease, accompanied by Sergeant Tuff, and K class of girls, conducted the ser- j vice at the jail. The girls rendered short programme of 301153 anil recita- lions, which were much appreciated. the night meeting Ensign Andrews vnrcd a powerful address, which made a marked on her auditors. During tlie year past the work of Captain Pease and Ensign lias been greatly honored, ind they have hail the joy of seeing nany forsake the life, that does not pay for that of good citizens. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 Mrs. G. J. LeBlanc the Buyer At a sheriff's sale of the effects of the cigar stand in the Alexandra Hotel j last Saturday afternoon, lira. G. J. LeBlanc was the successful bidder for the stock. Mr. Traynor Hears Bad News j T. Traynor. of the staff of tue Ji D. Higinbqlham Drug Co., received a telegram this morning stating" that j liis mother is seriously ill at her home I at Carleton He left this! afternoon to be at her bedside. British Mine Manager Here ho city wag visited on Saturday hy Joan T. Atkinson, manager of a large mine at Koiherhain, Yorkshire, Eng. Mr. .Atkinson is greatly im- pressed TrVitb Lethbrldge's position, because of the large mines in this dis- trict, which, lie says, are amoiig tho best on the continent. DISTRICT BUSINESS LOCALS phone 66ft tin; 3 Annual Smoker Tonight Tonight, the A. 6. F. are holding their annual smoker in the Oddfellows Hall, at S.30. A cordial welcome is extended. iro'iipt message and haggago delivery. REX TRANSFER. Phone 070, office Alia. Saddlery, opposite Coaldale hotel Two good stores ami a large con- crete basement, for rent in Bryan Mason KIseh, Ltd. Tin; and M. of 13. invitation dance Icccmbcr-Rl, at fl.30, In the S. 0. E. A Correction Through a proof reader's error, tlie company handling Ccal City lots In Edmonton and Calgary, whoso head office is supposed to be Lethbridge, was made to appear as the Tiber for i Co., instead the Real- ty Co. "The Tabler Realty Co." is tbu way tile firm styles itself on its letter-beads. There may he a Tabor Realty Co., and we hope no injustice 1ms been done them. CARP OF THANKS Mr. aiid Mrs. John A. Foxard thank their' many frlendn for their kindness ao'iuvitation. 15-3 and sympatbyhiivthoir hercnvom'em. Interesting Address Rev. A. G. Cameron, oC Knox Church, gave a highly interesting ad- dress at the Boys' Sunday club meet- ing at the Y.M.C.A. yesterday after- noon. Jlr. Cameron spoke on the subject of bahit, and illustrated his remarks with a series of lantern pic- tures. Oil Will Do The experiment in oiling the street to allay the (lust has been in every way successful. Only a few days ago the city put down on certain streets some asphalt road oil supplied hy the tmperiaf Oil Company, of this city, which has done its work admirably. It might bo a good idea to adopt the oil sprinkler as this seems the most effective way of laying the dust. An Electric Delivery Van As an evidence of how keeping what the people need, and letting the peo- ple know about it through the gener- ous use of publicity space in the Her- ald, the business of G. A. Delany Co., butchers, has grown to such an xtent tbiit. an electric delivery van lias been added to the equipment, and meats ordered now are rushed ro the housekeeper in short time. This en- terprising firm, starting in a, modest way, have grown so that the business is now one of the finest in Southern Alberta. The Charge Is Theft Ernest W. Hatehard was arrested at; the Arlington 'Motel yesterday, by Constable Kaiu, charged with steal- i ing a com belonging to Earl Stewart, I Eighth street South. When arrest-j ed Ha'tchard was wearing the which lie had 'taken from one of the dressing rooms at the rink at Hender- son Park. Tlie accused claims he tcok the coat by mistake. He ap- peared before Magistrate Elton this morning, but the case was remanded until as two justices will j be required to sit on (he case. j Make the Right At Wesley Church last night, the Rev. T. P. Perry a strong evangelistic address, in which he pointed out that 1912 with its mis- takes and lost opportunities has al- most passed, and tlie doors are closed beyond opening. He urged that every one enter the new year fully decided to lead 'the life of a Christian, and to past. The address was hoard by a largi! congregation, A short after-ser- vice was held. Standard Canned Goods Wo have made an exceptionally sooj buy in standard canned Hoods apil from now on until February 1st offer the following at these exceptionally low prices. Beans, 2s, Wax or Refuge...............2