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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Castle Hotel Dining Room in Southern v Alberta NEW AND UP-TO-DATE TEe Lethbndge Daily Herald r THE PLACE TO STAY When in Lethbrldgo IS THE DALLAS HOTEL I I I I 1 I i i arranged between the A. 0. F. and are requested to their cards.at the door. 17-3 Last evening a quiet marriage cer- emony was performed in the Baptist church when Arthur St. Clair Flawn of this city and Bessie Mulligan of Cardston were united in wedlock. Rev. William Reid, the Pastor of the church, performed the ceremony and Frank Runians and Miss Johnnina Mitchell were the witnesses. Big New Years matinee tomorrow nrp fn resent W dmg-ists sure .to .present Phiio HayjSpeC. Co., Newark, K. J. Eay's Rarllna Soap Pimpva, red, routfh and nrrl all skin skin fine an i snft. 2Sc. flnijr.-isiB. Seod2c lor free book "The Care oltbe bkirt." Sale By J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD. ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. CITY AND DISTRICT B. D. Nicholson of -the Western Plumbing Co. has just returned' from Claresholm -the Western Plumb- ine Company have installed the plumb ing, heating and ventillation system system of the new school at Clares- holm. There was a lis-ht-docteet at the po- lice court today. Two drunks receiv- ed the usual fine. A drayman -let 'his team run away yesterday and so 'bad to appear this morning before Magis- trate MacDougall but was let ofi with a caution. No serious accident 'had happened hut runaways are dangerous on crowded streets. I I I I 1 I I The McKeown Hardware Co. We wish you one and all "A Happy and Prosperous New Now that Christmas is over we are going to give you SPECIAL BARGAINS in Cutlery, Shaving Sets, Razors, etc. Call in and see these bargains The McKeown Hardware Co., i I i i DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town daily.' 5t (LI-MITED.) The Caledonian Society will hold an "Old Year Dance" tonight in the Caledonian Hall. Creek at Wednesday afternoon by Frisco Opera Co. The Time, The Place and The Girl will be the opera. On Sun-day Rev. William Reid, who has been pastor of the Baptist Ohurchjfore" by the 'Frisco Opera Co. for the past three years says farewell your seats in'advance. to his congregation as he forthwith Macleod beat Pincher hockey at Macleod on night. Score, Tomorrow, New Years night, 'Pina- Get assumes his new duties of travelling secretary for the- Brandon College. In the morning he will speak on "The Beginning and the end" and in the evening Mr. Reid will have a parting tialk nis congregation and re- view the work of the past three years T. S. McKenzie and F. A. Maxwell will sing at this service and -doubts Jess a large number of Mr. Reid's friends who are not members of his congregation will be present. The retiring pastor -has accomplished a great deal during his pastorate here an-d has been energetic in all good work, both in his regular church in- terests and in the interests of the city as a whole. Six parcel hampers arrived in to- the Frisco Co. JL T 4- Rogers- Cunningham Lumber the S. 0. E. has been called off by Tonight, "The Gay Parisienne" by mutual consent. i Mr. and Mrs. Jrvhn Harding, and Mr. and Mrs. James Harding and son i who have been visiting; with Mr. H. McXeely, Montreal street, have gone i to Hat News. j Big New Years matiee tomorrow afternoon by Frisco Opera Co. The iTime, The Place and The Girl will the ooera. day's mail containing belated Christ- mas presents from the Old Country and part of the twelve cars of Christ- mas mail which left Montreal for the West a few days ago. Tomorrow, New Years night, "Pina- fore" by th? OpEra Co. Get your seats in advance. At the C. 0. F. meeting last night the following officers were elected for the year 1910: P.C.R., A. Neidig; C. R., A. Frayne; V.C.R., Miles Denni- son; R.S., E. Craddock; F.S.. H. A. Maveety; Chaplain, R. T. Carr; S.W.. J. Tuft; J.W., A. E. Easton; S.B., J. B. Gibbon; J.B., Ed. Neidig; Con- Carr and J. B. Gibbons. Cream chocolate candy matinee at the Eureka tomorrow. Every child gets good candy. NOTICE, THEATRE GOERS Owing to unavoidable circumstan- ces "Pinafore" will be presented on Saturday, New Years night, instead of "The Runaway Girl." by the San Francisco Opera Co Please trim carefully i. round border VOTING COUPON Void After January 7, 1910. The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST 5 VOTES FOR.......... Address. When filled out and received at Coldest Headquarters before expiration, of date above. Tomorrow. New Years night, "Pina-f Change of pictures tonight at the fore" by the Frisco Opera Co. Get Eureka. See the feature film, "Wash- your seats in advance. ington Under the American Flag." it t ....V JUS. -Cunningham Limited f BLOCK Satisfaction 523 >e 423 PHON! Phone 323 A HAPPY XEW YEAR TO YOU Next week we sball be doing business in our NEW STORE in tbe Sherlock Building Corner of GLYN AND REDPATH STS. i: J- J- Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST SS argrams 25per cent. the balance ike year we offer the following lines at 25 per cent. off regular prices HOCKEY SKATES, HOCKEY STICKS, CARVERS IN CASES, RA- ZORS IN CASES, SCISSORS IN CASES, FANCY PARLOR LAMPS, BRASS TRAYS, FERN BOWLS, ETC. tinea will be cleared thfo week, so do not fail to take advantage of the tremely low prices offered, you live out of town> write us. th amd comfe On this, the beginning of a Year, we desire to express our appreciation for the confidence reposed in us during the year just ended, and to assure you that throughout 1910, on the threshold of which we now stand, our every effort will be to merit the continued favor of your esteemed patronage. The fundamental idea of our merchandising methods is, and will be, that we consider no transaction complete until it carries perfect to the purchaser. Our close relations with Eastern wholesale and man- ufacturing centres assure our customers not only the finest horn the most worthy goods, and a large degree of exolusiveness, but the most favorable prices as -well. The keynote of the store s business policy will be quality, service and real satisfaction. Very sincerely, ;